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ah franklin, oh, ready knows. welcome to talk with him about hackers, paralyzed between your societies. computers that else were you and governments that go crazy for your data. we explain how these technologies work, how they can go rules and for that's how they can also go terribly. watch it now on you tube. ah, ah, this is focus on europe. i'm laura bob lola, welcome. imagine waking up and being told your freedom is gone. your right to self
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determination has been stripped away. your fundamental rights are no more. it's a reality for women in afghanistan since the taliban seized power a year ago. they are living at the mercy of the militants. many are bound from going to work, attending secondary schools, and participating in sports. women and girls can only leave their homes with the permission of a man will. so har was able to flee, carpool, and escape the taliban. she now lives in exile in italy and is building a new life for herself, one that promises safety tolerance and basic human rights. but already she fears that her new found freedom is in danger. and that's because of this woman far right liter, georgia, maloney, her brothers of italy party is leading the poles in the upcoming parliamentary elections. for har says their victory could bring bad news for refugees. the party is openly hostile to migrants. and so hard now,
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worries about her future once a heart feels sad or desperate when she's received bad news from afghanistan, she comes here. usually bad news is all she ever gets from her home country. she started working at orient, express, a restaurant run by her brother hom, at palm at only hires refugees like his sister saw her because he wants to help them make it in venice. boys should they care it? working here has helped me overcome my depression somewhat to get home as it reminds me of when i worked in my own restaurant back in cobbled up cobb would buy it as soon. um, what am i in is the rose i them? i established the restaurant myself, i saw them, but i see that i was never able to open it and that it is nobody main thing going on. but what about all the african girls and women whose hopes and dreams are being
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dash? one does show as being that it feels like your body is alive, but your soul has died more love. and i think this that you could just mental when your spirit and dreams die, you're practically dead with a 1000000 hold it more the volcano. and again, it's a full question of the 12th when it's done but saw her has a new goal. she wants to become a head chef in italy. she's already contacted several ships in venice who were very encouraging. though she still asks herself whether she deserves to be so fortunate when she hears yet more bad news from cobble. we call a woman whose identity we must keep secret for security reasons. she lives in cobble with her 13 sisters silos. elaine said technical wednesday, what i learned, i saw after this past year, i feel like i no longer exist. can i go to mass?
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let me go. look, i'm not allowed to study me because i'm not allowed to decide what to wear. we feel like we're birds locked in a cage. you can no longer fly shawanda. that's how we feel which i'm mom additionally think when he can, they only leave their home wearing a burka, but they rarely go out because the taliban say women should only leave their homes for important reasons to toil a haunted bearing has had to what have you or your sister ever gone out in the streets, defending your rights with that along with the women protesting against the taliban garcia now to your closet to columbia. the maybe didn't. we wanted to use the book, but when we saw with the taliban due to protesters make whipping and punishing them . our father said we couldn't marry niger, i got married sometime. so har says she feels like she's suffocating. when that happens, she heads out walking aimlessly through the narrow streets of venice. recently,
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people in italy have been talking about how right wing parties could win the election in late september, georgia, maloney could become italy's next prime minister. so har is worried. would that mean she might have to leave italy? her brother hom, it tries to comfort her by says that this was more, what is maloney's policy towards migrants? a job i have out of you guys hours or about she leads of far, right potty in italy. careful study, of course she's against refugees and migrant album all junior in all though not against ukrainian shaw up. she has no problem with them right now. oh, growing up. i won't get involved, but she might have a problem with us and that was good ball mom. more sorry. not with us personally now, but her approach to international politics. she is fundamentally against refugees in migrants. yeah. or should have known him, but he knows what will restore her confidence by jayson. you know, what's a ha,
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got your living in a place where you yourself could take maloney's place, become a prime minister if you wanted to watch on something like that is no longer possible in afghanistan under the taliban when we does india. and then it's time to do something else that's no longer possible in afghanistan. another moment of freedom. these 2 fins pay coolness and paki pam, on and live on the border with russia. a speak russian and are friendly with their neighbors on the other side. but that was before putting invaded ukraine. since the war broke out residence in the small town of their selah are divided over their russian neighbors. while most fins stand united in condemning the kremlin war sh, here at the border, there's little consensus on what should be done about it. finland's border with its russian neighbour runs over at 1300 kilometers through the rugged tiger
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piece has rained here for decades. but ever since russia invaded ukraine, nothing has been the same as per the permanent and peck. i couldn't tell it both. say that piece is threatened, but they don't quite agree on who's to blame for that. almost woke them of us and i don't trust the russians like can europe should have presented the unified front much sooner. got okay. i feel sorry for the ukrainian people without the la hook up of where attacking the russians ourselves by supplying arms to ukraine on over to the russians where the enemy now only 2 months before party permanent. and his wife had taken over running this little hotel in bert cilla. they've had guests, but not enough to get by. they missed the russian summer visitors in parity foreman and likes the people from across the border. he's been to russia many times,
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both privately and on business, and he says moscow's not the only one to blame for the current situation. della me diet, a glare worried because finland's foreign policies getting more and more aggressive toward the east. the only thing that worries me, we can only hope will be sped and the russian missiles will pass over us if they launched them some day. i'm a pack, a coolness speaks russian as well. but unlike his neighbors, he'd rather not see any more russians advert. cilla, he says he used to keep an eye out for 4 legged predators here in the area. but today, it's the 2 legged kind that worry him more. but that, that's an estimate from this sign. it's only 150 meters to the international border multiplied by like all we feel as if we are constantly facing a giant predator. but douglas ruled by not a penalty. we're not afraid about, but we have to keep a constant eye on this predator. but for now,
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life goes on coon us is looking forward to the traditional classic car show in the next town, ito muncie. like every year as a retired firefighter, he's particularly proud of his 19 sixty's vintage fire truck. from an era when the cold war between east and west was raging, finland's corellia has always been a frontier region. today, the border is also the edge of the european union and the shank area. soon it'll be nato's longest continuous border with russia. many here are wondering how that will affect relations with their neighbors. will russian tourists still be allowed to cross over freely? russians have applied for nearly 60000 visas to finland since the start of 2022, most intending to travel onwards. now many you members would like to see this gate to western europe closed, insisting that russians can't be allowed to vacation in the west while they're
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waging war in europe. others ask, why not? the responsibility for the war can't be laid on all russians? it's even a topic of debate at the car show. says cannot the guy get the hadn't, i mean, does he live and they would be good if ordinary people realize what kind of government they've got. tell ali naked guns, how much it's a general rule. hey loud as is the government and in so are the people when i knew the con consechi lord he hadn't sent back here at the camilla. one country has attacked another sovereign state of the south, only right to limit the number of russians here as a way of imposing sanctions. sienna, sabbath, small, i just hope it can help improve the situation, amino minutes the a, be back. they shouldn't close the border. and the law, when russians come over here, they get another fresh perspective and bought a left i informed they're living in a closed society. uncle obviously got a lot and right now they're only getting a one sided version of things. almost like a yoga yoga yukon, thought not to vote,
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will be shown the us off businesses and finland are already feeling the steep decline and russian tourists. i'm not the one that did that. i'm hoping reason will triumph and we can find great states people who can work the matter out amongst themselves. all of us, robert, now sh at the desk and thought again, that was at them. what's important is that we can live close to the border in peace and not have to worry about what might come from over there in the unknown east own glosser. but the damage has been done to neighborly relations between finland and russia lock laws. and it's unlikely to be undone for many years. in a region that shares a 1000 kilometer long border. will the lights go out? it's a question many europeans are asking as an energy shortage loops, mo francis hoping to avoid disruption to its energy supply with nuclear power. it's
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where 2 thirds of the countries electricity comes from making it less reliant on russian gas compared to other european nations. but there is a catch, half of france is nuclear power plants are currently out of operation due to repairs and maintenance. and wow, wind power is catching on in france. it will be a while before it can make up the difference. i, when night falls in paris, the lights don't go on. they go off. the young activists show how it's done. no one can likewise hit symbolic, of course, but the message is clear. everyone can do something to save energy off and only one hudson. though there's never been a shortage of electricity before because of the countries nuclear power plants she known is one of the oldest. it went into operation in 1963. and since then there have been several incidents. nevertheless,
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like old french nuclear power plants. it has been given a 10 year lifetime extension nuclear power accounts for 70 percent of french electricity generation. ah, the work is around their lunch break. they support nuclear power off to roll. the power plant is the biggest employer in town. as the chef tells us on diana, if it is anyway, i'm like, well let's say that all in it will balance it is. it's been here for years in our parents and grandparents help build it on my own father was involved in building the plant off. it's our shared heritage and is she not worried about the risks? no, not at all. i know pa, k manufacturer, shane the fonts relies on nuclear power. all the electricity needed for production and drying the wood comes from the neighboring nuclear power plant. in view of the
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energy crisis and rapidly rising costs, the manager is more than happy to have state subsidized nuclear energy. long sassy, this is our heating system knocks, it runs on hot water from the nuclear power plant. yeah. it economically with the rising energy cost despite it just wouldn't be viable without nuclear energy. but jim says patasha on analogy to so for president emmanuel, my con, nuclear power is the future. but currently, half of france is nuclear power plants and not in operation. and the state continues to keep energy prices artificially low, with billions in subsidies. all my con knows all too well that he can't keep this up indefinitely. a crisis meeting at the alizae palace, a national emergency plan is needed. our today sonya, we've put all our cards on nuclear energy and haven't even come close to our
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renewable energy target. france is the only country in europe that didn't reach it's 2020 objectives. now with that, i've had just to sat in sun as in brittany, they are pushing renewables. frances largest offshore wind park is being built here for 2000000000 euros. 80 wind turbines being ankle deep in the sea, and that's just the beginning. 50 more are in planning bucket l man. when the wind turbines are operational, would you, i'll provide energy for 700000 people, but that's equivalent to a city the size of frank frank before but not everyone here is so enthusiastic. tama has been working as a crab fisher for 18 years, though the wind turbines are not in his fishing area. he's still concerned with our approval. do they sample? don't worry, lottie doc, but the turbine. so the 1st thing you see when you go to the beach and you know it's a bit shocking to come in before gold. france is banking on wind energy
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and green hydrogen for the future. but they're not as short term solution. and they won't be replacing french nuclear power any time soon. have you ever played foot so it's similar to european football, but it is played indoors and with a smaller ball. foot saw was invented in south america, even soccer legends like paly and rinaldo hone their skills, playing it as boys. well, these boys in the czech republic, dream of playing in the same league as their idols. there from the aroma ethnic minority, the disadvantaged youth face discrimination and even segregation in society. but in the northern city of austin, i'd love them. they dare to dream, thanks to someone who's walked in their shoes. fruits are a very and of soccer, is all about fast paced, dribbling, and passing in
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a small field with small teams. and these boys excel at it. or is it a little bit of go on faster? go on, but it's all upset my cell a better pass. ok. so that's what i want to see just like that thought dark dark. but coach luke pulled co, says education is even more important than foods. all. particularly for these boys who belong to the check republics, roma, minority, to day the coaches checking their report, cards mish, as grades are pretty poor. they are joke. look you listen, i'm sorry to say you have to stop playing until the end of september. you the alarm don't you can't join us. he can't join foot, sell practice or matches list. i'm acquitted of running an optima. masha is disappointed, but accepts the consequences for his poor grades. he stays and watches from the sidelines for the boys from crash neck, as they called their neighbourhood food. sol is everything that their district
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lines about 2 kilometers from the center of listy. this used to be a mining community, but those days are over. today this area has the highest unemployment rate in the country. lucas pulled co works in underground construction, operating and excavator la sam. oh my, it's my brother's company, lawson, but he founded it. he's our boss at e. it's osh f. my other brother pepper and i worked for him. yamagata, you could say it's a family business or facility and offered a mot pull co says anyone serious about finding work will succeed. it's this attitude that makes him a role model for the boys. it all started 8 years ago. he was standing on the balcony, and a brazilian soccer friend had just brought him a set of jerseys from unquote, brazil i know fully fioma on that very sunday i was watching the kids playing on the pitch down. their la allison,
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it was fade to. i went down and gave them the jersey said the civil social bar, and that's how i'll club on one ga guar was born of the doesn't get them up. that is implemented well. that's when he started coaching the boys and keeping them out of trouble for them playing from onqua is a great honor. and i think we're on the right track, natalie's sister, but many children, his still struggle with alcohol abuse, alcohol, drugs and gambling. also, over time, mormon goggle clubs were created in other check cities. there are 8 of them in all a success story. in a 2021 online pull, pull coal was even voted listings person of the year all to so some so stop with, i'm the 1st roma to win the award a little bit all. and i received the most votes out of all the nominees, momento money,
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news also. danny was one of the 1st players to join magog was to day. danny plays for rapid listy in the check foot a league. the club has given him a starter contract and he hopes it will be a stepping stone to the pros. with nickel, go to martha, many roma boys and girls here lack of confidence. they say things like, i am from crush new york. i will be like the others go to work live here and that's fine with us. okay, so they're satisfied with very little. but that's no life to them. we should live our dreams nights as i can. this pitch was already in a bad state when danny was a child out of 20 pitches in the area, only to have been given an overhaul. but the coach doesn't want to complain. his cuckoo model that even the circle, there's not much change from louisiana. call many people talk but do nothing in a sudden i see that every day. oh okay. it's a shame for the boys. sadako, me mirage. miss allison in the locals living near the pitch in this neighborhood,
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don't want change. that eats about children have always played here for the reply, but some of the residents don't want the pitch modernized. having a sheet of bits of a child, they worry that teenagers will use it to hang out. instead of playing sports all or you just have them would've caused that on laguna, on the buddhist for the actual i knew that, but lucas pulled ko. won't let that deter him. what matters to him is that the boys keep themselves busy. on and off the pitch. madonica was a made to measure suits, the quintessential outfit of the well styled english gentleman. during the pandemic working from home became the norm. a sartorial shock for london taylor, james sleeter, demand suddenly dropped. he feared his custom tailored suits would be replaced by sweat suits. but now london's famous men's wear st. savage ro is buzzing once again
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in london. sap hill row, where men's wear meats tradition. james slater opened his shop here in 2008 before that he was a banker. now he offers custom tailored suits primarily for the office. and he was doing good business until the pandemic are generally tailored business. obviously took a, you know, took, took a huge hit report about 80 percent down in revenue. and since i'm looking it's, it's, it's been incredible. and very few people remain the same shape ashan low down a we're not the one on the health care co. it know, they sat back and became lazy and older, lots of takeaways it was nothing else to do. oh, so in other ways, the locked downs helped fashion changing physics meant new wardrobes. james slater's employees have never been busier. after months or even years in lockdown.
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well, many gentlemen feel like trying something new. something a bit looser and more comfortable. if i put on a blue suit in the morning, it's just one decision trousers jacket, come as the policy. um, if i pick a jacket out, i have to think about what trousers to put with what shoes and socks you cause a lot more thought and a lot more work for your tailor. therefore. but fashions starts before stepping out the door with ropes of velvet and silk with entrepreneur marcus davis might easily where something like this to a business meeting with a pandemic, a thing, things have gotten more casual. you might even say more fun. so at least for me, this is a way to express my style in a way that doesn't feel so formal, shirt and tie, but still gives you that genocide,
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cooperation. even now it still takes us special kind of spirit to go for iridescent magenta rose and yet the traditional dark business suit sat become quite rare in downtown london this summer. the english gentleman preferred a more casual look. it's all to do with a yearning for frieda, says fashioned blogger, i'll expect coverage. and with the hope, the locked downs are now a thing of the past in the business suit is having quite a tough time. but that does something. i think something quite exciting. because if men no longer have to wear the suit as a uniform, they can use the suit as a tool to express themselves. so what we're seeing in london, what we've seen over the last sort of year and a half or so is a big d corporate thing of the suits the suits has become much less corporate and much more of a lifestyle garment. now you move your own forward to major on time. yeah. nowadays
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tailored suit is a deliberate statement. zachary freud, for instance, had a tuxedo tailored for his wedding, or a thoroughly traditional one. and he asked the guests to come and tuxedo as to when there are these events and especially occasions people enjoy through live dressing often, you know, thinking about alpha beforehand is a different topic awesome than you'd normally buy. and so james sleeter needn't worry that his crowd will go out of fashion. yeah, looks, it looks really good. yeah. suit is definitely never going to die. there's always an occasion, you know, to why. so whether it be an interview to a wedding, going back to a question about english gentleman this you can never be addressed. you can never, it's so much better to be addressed it on the dress. if i turn up to a cocktail policy, the only person wearing a tie, i could just say the tiles. but also there's nothing wrong with being the best dress gone room. for the english gentleman still aspires to be well
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dressed. he's simply expanded his repertoire and his range of colors looks like the loss of taste during the pandemic wasn't permanent. that's all from us this week at focus on europe. thanks so much for watching. bye for now. ah ah ah, ah, with
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