tv World Stories - Korea Hope for a divided country Deutsche Welle June 17, 2018 7:15pm-7:30pm CEST
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and reforestation. they create interactive content teaching the next generation about environmental protection and were determined to build something here for the next generation multiplied dio's the multimedia environment series on g.w. . this week on world stories. new dark shouldn't be returned to nigeria. a year after the shoot fire in london to our but we begin in south korea relations with north korea seem to be thawing and many people in the south hope they will soon be reunited with their relatives in the north thousands of families were torn apart when the nation was to. decades ago. a few old
photographs and a couple of letters that the only proved one sign has that he has relatives somewhere in north korea it would put them in danger to show their faces on television. his older brother and sign tells me fought for south korea and the korean war almost seven decades ago chunks of bach was taken prisoner by the north the family was told he had been killed but then sixty years after seeing his brother for the last time chang sign received a letter from north korea from his brother delivered through a contact in china that was ten years ago it made sign happy and sad at the same time. when i saw the photo i could tell they were my brother but you can see how depressed he looks rather than actually i remember him as such
a cheerful person. you know. his brother passed away shortly after chang signed up a letter with but he left behind a family of his own. hopes that with thawing relations between north and south and the upcoming summit he might finally get the chance to meet his relatives. with as i get older my desire to meet them is growing stronger and i want to get to know that side of my family now whether some or no seems more likely we'll have a chance to meet which i'm still not sure if i should trust the politicians but i just can't help but hope it will finally have a. bit of the. sometimes chinese sign and his wife come to the national cemetery in seoul to find his brother's name on the wall of missing soldiers. even though chancellor bach is no longer missing they don't want his name deleted saul was his home they say and they
hope that maybe one day his children in north korea can come here to. the periphery fire and london's grand felt our occurred one year ago seventy one people died because of the fire remains unclear to this day the former residents are demanding information we met one survivor who still hasn't found a new home. this used to be his home now it's a monument to a tragedy the danto shell of prensa tower follows honeyed will be wherever he goes it's always in his mind in this empty space he used to have this fish store the area still is home where i can go and how mead used to live on the sixteenth floor now he lives in a hotel like many other survivors. or this is my story. of
got some stuff here. for my new house when i get my. we buy some things because everything is is going on the fast. so this is it this is it's just. come eat things he was able to escape the flames because he was strong to keep fit he had always taken the steps instead of the lift luckily his family was not at home that night imagine the reality of hollis living with your family and not just instantly everything once. in a different way. your money you know or thinking about she's your kids you probably need everything winds to dissolve soul we see struggling
from day up to now. after almost a year a public inquiry has finally started to investigate what went wrong. clary mehndi lost a cousin mary in the fire mary stuart acadia also perished like many of us she blames the corporate culture that put profit before people construction company is this a briar is a con job this is a holy book people. who are embedded in these social mud down because this is what is this social madame by negligence enough for us what we ideally want is gross negligence on stilts on because the need is about individuals and it's really important that we say individuals in the town to fight for justice has left many survive a strained honeyed wants to go back to work but says coggs find the strength he's asking for more psychological help. it is just to cover your working and helping
people the says. this is what i'm going to do for the rest of my life help as much as i can. helping others because on the night of the fire it was unable to rescue his friends from the burning building says though he no needs to help himself and try to come to terms with the haunting image that is ground for us how. more than one hundred years ago british soldiers brought the so-called benny bronzes to europe from nigeria now a growing number of people are calling for their return because they are much more than just value pieces of art. scepter for the new royal sculptures erekat but modi began making such objects when he was just a child he comes from a family of bronze artists and learn the techniques from his father this tradition
goes back to the thirteenth century in his home of ben in city in southern nigeria but modi has ancestors started producing plaques and sculptures for their king. and those recorded. dots so we use. the committee events you know to use you and i was to come into. two days to do the replicate or to present what they have seen in the palace artists produced thousands of these valuable objects over the centuries but painting cities museum on the has a few of them in its collection most were looted in eight hundred ninety seven when british soldiers invaded the royal palace. collectors and museums in europe then purchased them at art auctions. nigeria is now pushing for their return negotiations have been happening for the past eight years according to
theory off by the museum's director but there's been little headway europe says that more intensive research is needed to determine the origin and acquisition of the artworks. those critical of their return have a different argument they say the bronzes are now part of world cultural heritage and would be better preserved in large international museums than in a nigerian province but artists like nike davies o'quinn de view such arguments with cynicism she's the owner of nigeria's largest private gallery her mission is fostering the younger generations talent and those young artists often cannot travel to europe and. conti.
eric and his colleagues in beni and city have also never seen their ancestors masterpieces in european museums but they say there is a positive side to the debate over looted nigerian art it's a confirmation to the world that africa is rich with sought after cultural treasures. turkey goes to the polls in one week's time three million turks who live abroad are also able to vote the question is are you for or against president carter was an important issue also for ethnic turks living here in berlin. tickets electing campaigning in a german capital is good good advice and. friends are canvassing for turkey's pro kurdish party this is for you but this is for the election in turkey were against you know the one you didn't get that was against air to one ok i'll take one for.
those who left because of president don he's very concerned about politics in his home country. i've been in germany for six years. and many of my friends and my entire family are still there and they're dissatisfied and we have to change it or topple this government but not everyone here is against and on these women are complaining for the turkish president and his a.k.p. party they don't like speaking to the gym impress me and initially brush me off. party colleagues from the eighty pct of presents after take a piece of porthos as a provocation they shout added one is that terrorist agha one is a murderer. a heated answer comes right back a passer by says you are the real murderous she's doing the right thing with you you did sue if it i'm happy that type aggro on exists oh. well that
is good tries to defuse deceit to a certain he doesn't like these public disputes with the a.k.p. supporters at least i think it shouldn't insult but did you hear what they said if you decide you. want all this i know they are insulting you could try to stay cool don't do the same thing as they do. that they live in germany but they are more fired up about politics in turkey to take a piece of poor to say it's only natural this is internally is our real home land our families live there and we're doing this work here for them with god's help that. is here is convinced there is no. more to it than that they have been in it and they spoke there they have an identity problem because they've heard a lot of bad experiences. that's why they want to vote for turkey and why so many support the a k p. and does this but not everybody does. and it
still is who don't support adirondack is good is hoping to mobilize by canvassing for the h d p campaigning in berlin against the turkish president. jimmy to movement and its impact on me r c. d w's global media. culture influential figures from three comes to discuss conditions will female politicians and changing cost structure as well one news my strong need to come female means culture today. told me. your opinion stars deliver closing performances.
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