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al-jazeera follows the mongolian no bads guiding their cattle across frozen ribbons on two thousand meter high mountain passes without risking it all at the head of the september twenty fourth national election survey showed job and satisfied with the state of the economy this is easily the start news biggest tech success story the company was bought by microsoft in two thousand and eleven we bring you the stories that are shaping the economic world we live in counting the cost at this time on al-jazeera.
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thanks. thanks. thanks. thanks. thanks thanks. thanks. until recently there was an infernal racket all around this lake the clank of pickaxes punctuated by explosions. but the noise
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stopped. it's an unwelcome silence followed while. he and thousands of other golden jade hunters had to lay down their tools when the authorities closed down the mines. lawgiver gets by on odd jobs until he can find a buyer for the germs he hopes will change his destiny. and it doesn't last some of the nickel. in it or. so i took that sorted there are many what i'd say bags out in panto. could. as he waits for a buyer for his precious jade he makes extra money renting his small truck to
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nomadic herdsman whose seasonal migration takes place several times a year. who to meet the nomads lug for usually drives across the lake but this year the thought has come several months early. who you want to build on these are the awesome myself a lot of argued all myself and all but. all we are going to be deaf in the future. the early mild spell has affected the thick eighty centimeter layer of ice which could give way at any moment it. seems determined to try his luck. with one of the bottle that i've cut it to death.
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the descendants of the great mongol conqueror again gets conned are a proud people. their courage never fails them. many mongolians and nomads and often live in inhospitable regions as winter ends the families drive their livestock to fresh pastures a four day journey at an altitude of two thousand meters in the icy mountains the temperature can reach minus forty degrees celsius. here are the. legs doesn't
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like the look of the gray eyes a sure sign that it's full of water. slowly the van sinks deep. if the ice reaches halfway up the doors he'll be trapped his truck will become a metal coffin he needs to find a way out of. an issue and then all of the puzzle side that he who can do in. a lot to do all this job then that idea going to sit down.
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at a hotel loaded to do. his worst fears confirmed loud but heads back to shore. after a considerable detour the van arrives at the tribe's camp. in mongolian means craftsman. that have all. i know as i would you. know have made it through again you know how
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i didn't know that i didn't have us out that. are going to get good. they planned to leave the following morning. the ritual is always the same before each migration everyone gathers in the family. elders recount tales as a warning to the young things and i thought that that's where sixty year old men still has a good memory that's where. they want. to do the month or two also i'm going into monday she told us you know you're going to. be out and about a one hundred but if i do not only do a quarter would have to think and i want to. know what to do with all of that you know shoulder. and we've. got more to smile about. but i think you
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are doing. early in the morning all menace cracking sounds coming from the lake. there i don't. mind i can tell you she said you should. think she did such a good job to show. us. his interest and if he too. thought he'd be one of the toss up that high but he can indulge at that i still think i just want something.
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these members of the dog tribe will migrate with almost two hundred fifty animals sheep goats horses yaks and all their belongings. apart from the year that all their possessions fit into two trunks. i'll never know they're not that often all they're hoping to. get rid of courtesy he said to her talkative mclean. former two i'm sure one of the ones that have a fridge or turbo drilled in your home in the degree of time and then going through the fire i don't like to go out. of time is not a factor for the nomads they advance at their own pace.
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the van leads the way. the yaks are the fastest. the sheep and goats follow close behind. find a hole for home. for old uncle and both of them like the one. told. us obama. will tell the whole. if you do. it's a long four day ride to the new pastures. a. twenty
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year old brings up the rear. lug of a small russian van is almost thirty five years old but he wouldn't swap it for the world he has absolute trust in his vehicle. kind of cool. to do it all the more. cogito up to the part that the that the only good at that part of the combat is the. part of the old guy at the up of
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a lot of you know don't want to find out that. a few kilometers back by out the clan chief is smiling he's just had some good news. oslo before we talk about how they plan was to cut. the path narrows and some of the animals panic. and. the long climb up to the two thousand meter high gauge lake pass will be no easy task. but the vans are down below. and taking an ice bound route knew all good. things go to was
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a good one. i will have time for one. of the muslims here just. to do what i do always wanted to do i have the end of all the school to myself i didn't want all and said it was a little statistical. the whole document was about them it's not just. california. to. say which of course. the problem turns out to be serious as it's the gearbox that's leaking. all the van will start again but more problems lie ahead. for the animals eventually catch up to the bands.
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like. i did. not screw job in the not exactly how about who through fear is your job or you could jeopardize your. own. for. better but there. is no the moving out of the middle of the car was out of the ordinary.
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if an animal breaks a leg it will slow down the entire migration and it will have to be put down. oh no it's just something i wanted to could do and. it turned out that both have something good down on the top. crossing frozen rivers is one of the trickiest parts of the journey for both man and beast.
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if you don't know how to preserve the low cost about one hundred dollars or whatever because all the stuff we just bought. from thought oh well that's it on the phone but. the day is spent chasing after the hood. the elders are all exhausted through the little roads right. back with. god what hurt. his back will be severely tested. when the yaks carrying the year start running wild they become unmanageable.
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little. oh the oval was good. for the other with the. thanks. i show but. the chase has tired this yak and it sinks under the weight of its load its head is stuck under its body it risks suffocating. the animal is dazed but will be fine for. you know not. what. i'm told. to drive a whole slew says it's temper and starts bucking. decides
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it's enough for one day. then drive. into all the. more. they're on those spare parts but the men get creative you know the gearbox is eventually forced back into play it's good it's new which was better so.
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it was not. who they were going to come on with that did it with the. no one as i said. in the very heart of the matter. is preparing the families dinner. from time to time she dreams of another life of a world she doesn't know. life in the city. there
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are so wrapped up that. you know that there. are two. marched into. the capital. lies a thousand kilometers away. one third of mongolians live here about one. million people. in just a few years the capital has transformed into a modern city largely due to huge deposits of kulpa gold and oil. traditional dress and footwear have been replaced by trendy a fashion. but life isn't nearly this glamorous for the nomads who
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moved here five years earlier when freezing temperatures wiped out hof their herds . the consequences for thousands of nomads were dramatic. ruined many were forced into unhealthy accommodation in the suburbs of the capital up to three hundred fifty thousand nomadic herdsman now live in extreme poverty here. on day four of the migration the skies suddenly darkens and the temperature drops from ten to minus ten degrees in the space of just a few minutes. the change in weather takes everyone by surprise. through the.
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news and it is not all the cold awful hope we're having in my page want to check that out today are clearly just a little touch of a much what i want to watch but i'd have to try to about got you on top order course immigration. on the other side of the river as a risk finding it hard to move our animals all. the men come to the rescue. they want us to court. the harm of the law not just. our dog but our courts. but the wind has increased in intensity.
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off. the old bill clinton of us are still in the get over to the woodward. israel. finally the wind relents. the yellow grass here is thick
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it's a sign the journey is over the migration has come to an end. the dog tribe is home. the animals can now recover you know what i did that didn't go to. the lion but the lug will soon be on his way. to what we do know this will be his last meal with the trying. to celebrate their journey they prepared one of their favorite dishes. why. does.
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no good has only made a little money working with the nomads. his dream is to find a buyer for his jade stones. and to be able to retire to an easier life. it's like the wild west they can do anything and the really hard for them to get the power for internet is worth a tool for democracy and a threat somebody who controls ten thousand dollars at home for the hundred thousand voices and they distort the debate in the echo chamber world of fake news in cyberspace the rules of the game have changed there are no precedents people and out investigates dissin from ation and democracy part two at this time on al-jazeera.
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