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the rebel army and in the one nine hundred ninety four genocide wasn't when little in the rooms there was and when i was given you in thought i'll need to reinforce them close to me and i needed this but it was happening as not voting in a group. of controversial leader whose success is beyond question. time. and wanted a tragedy starts everything on t w. the world's biggest industrial technology fair kicks off in the german city of hanover will show you the latest from artificial intelligence to cyber security to ultra high speed five g. mole while kong indications also coming up in south korea you tube becomes a career launchpad for more and more young people choosing instant fame over steady
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employment. kris kobach good to have you with us the world's biggest industrial fair is underway here in germany and it takes place in unsettling times many of the exhibitors in hanover are fearing for their future business as britain's exige from the e.u. is poised to disrupt supply chains meanwhile china's tech giant huawei is trying to convince visitors it's not spying for the chinese government so is there enough time and space to present the industrial equipment of the future well take a look. this is not a computer game real virtual manufacturing workstations are being constructed here using these virtual reality glasses the planet can instantly see how wide the passages are and whether the materials can be easily reached by the employees box plan has been in development for two and a half years already six companies from different sectors of put in orders for the software therefore this does it for and for the advantages that from the outset i
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can experience of my own body how the assembly point works how the workstation functions i pick up a part of to move it from one place to another i can incorporate the actual physical experience of how i pick it up into the planning inept out of. the manufacturing process doesn't just require the right workstations these days it also needs a range of sensors in this system for example a microphone has been integrated it monitors background noise. never these kind of noises appear the system sounds the alarm just like a person it notices when something is wrong. it will be small solutions for specific problems with. supply it as an example we've seen with a microphone that can be extrapolated to other use cases to also sends a signal to in any kind and that's up to the creativity of the engineers where to use this tool box. the one over trade fair shows us the factory of the future cloud
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providers and software manufacturers are represented along with suppliers of charging stations for electric cars. the event features some six thousand five hundred exhibitors from seventy five countries and will focus on showcasing machine learning human to machine communication and super fast five g. mobile networks. more than two hundred twenty thousand visitors are expected to descend on the fair before it ends on friday. and of course what would the handover trade fair be without some power chords from helga the guitarist from the truly heavy metal robot found compressor head. trade negotiations between the united states and china made progress on monday albeit in an unusual area authorities in beijing announced a crackdown on all sentinel like substances from may first onwards the move follows requests from the us was fresh china is suspected of being the main source of a powerful painkiller fifty times stronger than heroin just caused
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a record overdose over those deaths in the united states. well for more on this let's bring in our financial correspondents court in new york why do people view this crackdown on sentinel as so important in the overall trade negotiations well they are not really two opinions that fentanyl what it's called actually made the drug crisis the opiate crisis here in the united states worst as you already mentioned in a twenty seventeen that was a record number over seventy three to seventy two thousand u.s. citizens died of drug overdose just to put that into perspective that's more deaths than american soldiers died during the vietnam war and also in twenty eight thousand more than seventy thousand americans died of a drug overdose so it is
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a huge problem and fenton aisle is one part of this problem and therefore it's at least a step in the right direction that. the trade of both. will actually not happen as easily as it did in the past on top of it but we also got some more signs that actually trade talks between the united states and china moving in the right direction and the news on this particularly pressing issue did provide us stocks with a strong start to the week. you know we had actually two layers to the really that we saw here at the beginning of the new quarter and just as a reminder we just finished the best quarter of two thousand and nine so since the end of the financial crisis and now on monday blue chips gained by more than three hundred points we crossed the crucial twenty six thousand point marker so we had those trade talks on one side and we also got some good economic news specially
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from the manufacturing area in china and in the united states and this really going here at the beginning of the week the new month and the new quarter is quarter new york thank you. and now to some of the other business stories making news. state run saudi arabia and all cologne are around code has been revealed as the world's most profitable company pretax earnings were at two hundred twenty four billion dollars last year that makes it more profitable than rivals world that shell and francis total combined the secretive company released its figures ahead of its debut on the international bond market. two former employees of british bank barclays have been handed a four and five year jail sentences a jury and a jury in london convicted them of conspiring to rig the global interest rate benchmark euro bore over a five year period it is the sixth prosecution over rate brought by the u.k.'s
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serious fraud office after a near seven year criminal missed. unemployment in the eurozone has fallen to seven point eight percent for the month of february it is the lowest rate in over a decade across the one thousand member countries there are significant regional variations at eighteen percent greece has the highest unemployment rate in the area whereas germany has the lowest on the three percent. you tube is creating a whole new generation of celebrities with worldwide audience is the likes of which we've never seen maybe beyond hollywood and the lure of becoming an internet star is proving too much to resist for many young people despite a troubled jobs market that's particularly evident in south korea. you know your name is doing what he loves at the age of thirty two he gave up his
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office job to set up a youtube channel all about chasing your dream career now three years later this is one of his most popular videos with almost one hundred forty thousand views it's called why did i quit samsung electronics it's a good question samsung is consistently voted the most desirable place to work for south korean graduates with its generous salaries and many perks but unit says the unsociable hours and narrow promotion opportunities meant it wasn't enough to keep him from what he wanted to do we want to know what got her into our morning movement and my mom's friends mostly asked for going crazy. and then they had a hard time understanding why it quit such a stable job the most others are dying to get caught on that. story is becoming a familiar one despite youth unemployment being at a near record high young south koreans are increasingly leaving their white collar
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jobs to seek fame on the internet and you tube training schools like this one helping them do just that it aims to teach students how to rack up the views and make the most money they can come. to the not greedy for money i just need a livable salary on the wall the point is i just want to do what i want to do we don't. all know. but for the lucky tiny minority that awards for the gamble can be much greater dado said one quit his job at a south korean conglomerate to turn use uber he now has nineteen million subscribers and makes over fifteen million dollars a year for which middle what is quite attractive as a job allows you to earn money and feel a sense of achievement by doing what you like is also very little risk involved if you fail. so with stories like day one to look to it's not surprising that more and
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more young south koreans are taking the plunge. and from south korea to china where the cherry blossom is well underway it's a stunning sight for everyone and it also provides for a whole industry just a couple weeks per year grow worse part owners and the cosmetics industry are seeing their profits last. cherry trees are in bloom across china and people are flocking to cherry blossom parks to marvel at the beauty of blossom boom is under way more and more farmers a growing cherry trees is an industry that now employs an estimated four hundred thousand people. in the past our average annual income was a little more than a thousand dollars but now it's more like seven thousand and if rent for the land's included our current income is more than eight times what it was in two thousand and eight. the parks are proving
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a money spinner visitor numbers have been rising ten percent a year visitors ask this photographer to take hundreds of pictures a day during the blossom season cherry blossom shaped ice creams are also selling like hotcakes at a biotech company developing creams and lotions that contain blossom extracts. public options all you got to tell you blossom is very special when it comes to skin care products it's pink color is very popular with consumers is one part of the magic is the fleeting nature of the blossom for just a few weeks each year the delicate fragrant petals can chant or who see them and then bank on. cherry blossom ice cream why not that's a show thanks for watching. that
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and all book of the week a rediscovered page turner about dating misadventures in heady early thirty's. but first spring is almost strong here in northern europe and it's time to put away those heavy winter coats and look forward to summer so let's see what's new on the fashion scene this year and i'll be chatting to my colleague melissa holroyd current trends to this. this spring and summer as fashions are about one thing. happening. in the instance of the nineteen seventies and eighties are still making themselves felt by waistlines big shoulders and of course the touch of disco american model tyra banks is all right with that. i feel the most beautiful in clothes from the
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seventies and eighties it hasn't come back totally literally but she.


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