tv World Stories Deutsche Welle September 9, 2019 12:45pm-1:01pm CEST
she is one of the last holocaust survivors alive today and i need to alaska wolfish was deported to the auschwitz concentration camp in the 1943 by then the nazis had already murdered her parents. there waiting to be put in the gas chambers it was a situation that what it was in you know very difficult to describe to people nowadays who live more or less normal lives it was music that safe classical wolfish life a talented shallow player she was chosen to play in the auschwitz women's orchestra lascaux wolfish has now been recognized for her relentless fight against anti-semitism with the german national price the award honors stosur have strengthened the bonds between germany and europe. not to cut us off with me when i left germany after the catastrophe i swore to myself that i would never stand on german soil again that i would never buy things from germany. my children can
confirm that german was a synonym for murder and manslaughter for robbery and everything negative that you could imagine. after the war lost cold war fish and graded so england where she became a successful chalo player it was decades before she was able to step foot on german soil again glasgow wolfish sees it as her responsibility as a survivor to warn about the current political shift to the right in many parts of the world like here during the holocaust comma moderation in the german parliament i think everybody is going completely mad you know we had 7 years 70 years of peace nobody remembers what it was like not to have peace. yeah but i mean this is saying what goes around comes around i mean it is very very depressing and i think you have to be very very careful lascaux rother said as she has little optimism for the
future and her view what matters most now is trying to mag young people understand the danger that's in the air. as mexico on the us border is a stronghold of drug cartels but it's also the world capital of mothers of women now juarez has launched a special task force to stop the. particle is a policewoman in the mexican border city of juarez. she's part of a special task force designed to eliminate domestic abuse. we respond to imagine c. calls we get at least a dozen of them in a single shift that's. the 1st order of the day is interviewing witnesses what is has a 1000000 residents and the highest rates of violence against women in all of mexico over 100 women were murdered here last year alone and yet he suffered
domestic violence at the hands of her ex-boyfriend so she has a special sensibility toward other abuse survivors such as this 15 year old girl whose partner is 17. this is good at every level of argued about his behavior he's very aggressive suddenly he started beating me up pulling my hair and strangling me. by the time and yelling and her colleagues arrive he's long gone the officers can't arrest the offender but they take time to talk with the survivors making sure their children are safe and explaining the women's legal rights. does that i suppose i would we have to make it clear. the women that they've just experienced a crime that they are victims of a cycle of violence in their families and that they need psychological attention to
help them get out of the situation. it's our job to empower than. those employed outlook besides identifying suspect and he advises women who want to report their husbands to the police every day. women understanding what is can also turn to a leader. who founded a shelter for those fleeing domestic abuse. 11 women are currently living here with their children. 11. but also feel that the women here simply exercising their legal rights by seeking prosecution in him by will but some investigations can take up to 6 years that means offenders are free to commit violence against women in that time when the wheel is here i want to move that meanwhile and go is preparing for her next shift as a policewoman she always hopes to prevent the worst but she can't always do that somewhere and who as a woman is murdered every other day. of. the
war in yemen has hit the country's hospitals especially hard almost everything is in short supply dr fatima amaro does what she can to save her patients under often intolerable conditions. things can change in seconds at this intensive care unit in aden this is john not she's 18 months old and has been diagnosed with malaria and malnutrition she's hoping between life and death that a 3rd of what either of those did you request oxygen there is nothing the oxygen bottle and the room doesn't work in which. the doctor fatima must improvise its. not the 1st she has filed helpless steam inhalations is the only option available for at the moment it's not just now beverly take him
create see her breathing is still 5 so she needs oxygen right away. fatima's shift is just beginning the oxygen bottle is delivered after all make it many children do not for fun the fact that oxygen cannot always be provided on time is depressing when she began her medical studies before the war shortages were unheard off i was feeling optimistic i was really looking forward to graduate but it's just so difficult even for doctors consider that i have got here in the. happiness comes in small doses here this father is relieved his daughter is gaining some weight for now they're not enough doctors and most of those here must work unpaid. these children are new patients waiting in the hallway for admission. 14 i
was not prepared for this level of stress after a 24 hour shift she finally find sanctuary at home photography helps or to unwind at the age of 26 she finds her job overwhelming it makes me feel that i am not still working and just forget it all and live in our own the hospital and starting a new life but she wants to continue her medical studies in germany her father a geologist used to live there in in 1980 s. papa do you think the war never and will end in. a lot of time how long do you have to be there this is nobody lives but we hope the want hands for a children because the people are suffering and they are in bad shape there's no stability nothing nothing no salary no jobs the youth is lost. with a future so bleak fatima doesn't know how long she will stay in yemen working on
paid she wants to continue working as a doctor to help people but she also wants better. opportunities offer on if possible outside of yemen. our last doctor's iraq biologist on our roster has always hoped against hope that the extremely rare persian leopard had survived 2 long years or for now she has proof the leopard is making a comeback. summer temperatures can exceed 40 degrees celsius and kind of in the kurdistan region of iraq. that's why biologist and her colleague koresh other routes like to get an early start. they're looking for traces of the biggest predator here and that's considered the spirit of. the liberated the flagship species so it's very important it's on top predator so it's on top of the food chain. the fashion that is virtually
invisible. people who live in the mountains of kind of off the leopard but very few have ever seen it. even hunted working and doing research here for years now has never encountered that in the wild. that's why they use camera traps. so this the wild growth. and we get a lot of pictures of them on our camera tribes which is a good. indicator of their prey and a bit of an apology for the perch on the upper end this is one of the reasons why we can't approach in my production way. so this leopard is their 1st photographic record of the persian leopard for iraq that we had. and this through this we dissed rediscover the persian leopard in 2011. this one is a new individual that we discovered in. in 2017 and this way we know for
sure that we have 3 adult love birds living in. in rome in these mountains. worldwide the population of persian is estimated at less than $1300.00 disgraceful yet ferocious big cats is listed as endangered. for years now has been negotiating with iraq your thirty's to establish a protected area in karada. africa seem to have paid off $2300.00 hectares of mountainous terrain to be designated and the. locals have to be convinced as well years of unrest forced people to leave so there aren't many left and the younger generation often look for jobs in the big cities. well love but for me the leopard is a kind of natural heritage i'd like to see more of them in these mountains or you on. the new nature as if it's also meant to attract tourists
a much needed source of income. a tourist lodge is now being built with the support of the r u c n the international union for conservation of night. a lot of people wouldn't expect that this you know iraq is for vacation and for having fun but actually i can promise that this region is very safe. the isolation of the mountains in the kurdistan region of iraq is the best protection for the lappets. only if the area is left untouched. just the spirits of canada have a chance. to
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