tv World Stories Deutsche Welle April 27, 2019 11:15am-11:30am CEST
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one meter in a century that's really frightening well. why aren't people more concerned. storms move through first on t.w. . this week on world story. a former nigerian boko haram victim attends university. of hungary and journalist in german exile. but first we take a look at northern ireland where an expiry fighter is on duty as a social worker promoting peaceful coexistence in his neighborhood. block. john donnelly is a former
a fighter from derry and his home is a small collection of treasures from the decades of warfare known as the troubles. shall be glad for us the british soldiers spelt back contains photos from a secret list of wanted a members. present of michelle they are technically. this guy usually dan. haren farmer. is a farmer. i think it was martin mcguinness was the former provisional ira leader but later shin faced chief negotiator for the good friday agreement twenty one years a car. over three decades he and the ira for british rule in northern ireland john donnelly was a leading political force and terry northern ireland second largest city he was instrumental in kearse aiding ira operatives to lay down their arms. twenty one
years on the conflict seems to have been settled but for many this is merely a superficial arrangement. chunk donnelly says poorer areas of dairy are still waiting for the peace dividend to kick in. says a patient remained open up till now if there's been no tangible. there's you know there's often the people who put their finger on and say. that that that was. that's what happened a little faded if you remember that a b. and c. . in the rossa mons community center the former i.e. fighter is a social worker helping those who are off. to punish so-called anti-social behavior radical elements impose ritual and justice in the poorer areas of derry this is a holdover from earlier times when the ira police neighborhood's
a tradition that radical irish republicans are carrying on today. a mother and her son misses the community center they want to remain anonymous the boys accused of stealing a car has threatened punishment is to be shot in the leg. we're trying donnelly is trying to mediate i had talked to people here should the threat. because. because we needed. we are girly no you write a letter a letter of apology will hopefully avert the looming threat. it's a typical day at the rosemont community center an indication that for some people in northern ireland peace has returned. even twenty one years after the good friday agreement. reporters without borders warns press freedom is under threat in hungary. that means many
hundred garion journalists are forced to go into exile. barely nine hundred kilometers separate berlin in budapest but for a journalist or a dish areas work the two cities are worlds apart since viktor orban became prime minister nine years ago hungary's media landscape has changed radically the entire tab is there i got her desk when i was a child i always heard that hungry was one of the most liberal countries in what was the eastern bloc and i grew up with this idea that it's depressing that specifically this democracy in hungary is slowly being deconstructed and that press freedom is being restricted. during the experience first hand how new regulations turn the broadcaster where she worked into state controlled media critical colleagues were fired she herself quit and went to germany in twenty
twelve. bagnall is from back home two hundred journalists including doris former colleague were recently laid off at here t.v. a station once critical of the hungary and government he reports that the broadcaster was taken over by a media foundation headed by a manager loyal to the government. as it can a lengthy perspective as there are no long term opportunities for quality journalism in hungary. dora works at a nonprofit organization in berlin with its own news portal and last is an agency that produces content focused on eastern europe she says you can find critical reports written in hungary and about corruption for example but they are mainly online yes get propaganda you know there's a lot of propaganda in hungary the same militaristic choice of words the same formulations the same phrases that government speakers use.
journalists who do not cooperate are denounced as traitors according to reporters without borders animosity towards the media leads to violence dora fears that this could also happen in hungary. five years ago the boko haram terror group abducted more than two hundred girls in northeastern nigeria today half of them are free and in rolled at university but not all parents approve. a muslim is in high spirits and he can laugh again something he wasn't able to do for a long time we first met a most five years ago just a few months after the terror group boko haram abducted his daughter from her school in chibok up to that but i was totally devastated then i couldn't eat for three days and i cried and cried. like i thought i'd failed as
a father. but my most important duty as a father is to protect my daughter and i failed to do that. in my. two and a half years ago his daughter comfort was suddenly freed after the government's negotiations with boko haram. her family is finally recovering but a farmer is still not entirely at ease he lives in chad book and his daughter received a government scholarship to study at a university that a whole day's journey away. i'm proud of her and happy that she can study again but that's one problem no one is telling us exactly what the girls are doing. more than one hundred freed girls from chip book housed at the american university in your to attend
a kind of prep course reginald bragg's the school director shows us around for the girls' protection filming is allowed only during the school break he says the trauma has left its mark the clock stopped you know. so we're very sensitive to. just feeling depressed. you know. liver you know. leg back you know just. bragg's says the girls need peace and quiet and time to concentrate on their studies. says he says only a few parents have been as critical as. most of the people you know are supportive but you always have people who are not you know where you. need to be out here are
we need to begin very gently to do so don't listen to those naysayers because in the. process to each other grae there is a belief she did. called his daughter comfort at least twice a week that's his only contact with her he says she'd like to come back to chibok after her studies and work as adults so on and serve her community her father can hardly wait. thomas jefferson first came to shanghai as a student then he married today his funny online videos of being a foreigner in china and having chinese in-laws have made him an internet sensation . when thomas docks also known as often stroh's through the streets of shanghai he rarely goes unnoticed.
there are now. thomas is a celebrity on the chinese internet seven million people follow him on social media when he posts clips about his life as a foreigner in china. says if you don't know your shanghai accent is great you're a real shanghainese. they were right. thomas came to shanghai as a student in two thousand and twelve he fell in love and stayed in his videos and talks in fluent chinese about a broad range of topics. like traffic. health. but it all started with a sketch about his signing german mariage. you know what. i do you hide full of. body. wives you pay for the call
you. thomas and his wife julie write and produce the clips together and they can make a living from them it all started when they came across a video by a chinese internet celebrity. sketch that she recorded a sketch about coming hung for chinese new year that's when people are us the same questions over and over again when you getting married how much do you when you're going to buy a car when you're going to buy a flat julie then said to me you should film a clip about marrying into a chinese family as a foreigner. how do you feel. when i told my parents i'm getting a foreigner my father chris glass down we were having lunch and he said what did
you say i said a foreigner. he shouted are you crazy what's wrong with you all these foreigners are playboys. that. look. it's true i didn't like him at the start he's fat he said he was poor and a student base then talk about it's embarrassing. they continue to joke about what has now turned into a wonderful friendship for his part thomas says he's lucky to have found a chinese family who share his sense if you want one sketch at a time. transforming
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