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this is news live from berlin the 2020 winner of the nobel prize for medicine is announced the stockholm panel awards 2 americans and a briton for their discovery of the hepatitis c. virus saying that it has helped save millions of lives. also coming up mixed messages as u.s. president donald trump posts another video from the hospital. very interesting journey i learned a lot of the code that i learned where really going to school this is the real school. he then goes on to take
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a motorcade ride that many say breaks the code that 19 protocols and britain struggle to coltan influx of migrants crossing over from france is putting pressure on the government which promised to take back control of the borders after breakfast and. i'm sara kelly welcome to the program the 2020 nobel prizes kicked off a short while ago with the naming of the winners in the fields of physiology or medicine this year it is a trio of. harvey j. alter michael hotel and charles am rice the panel at the institute in stockholm awarded them the prestigious prize for their discovery of the hepatitis c. virus the medicine prize carries a tickler sick. if it can see this year with the corona virus pandemic highlighting
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the importance of medical research for societies and economies around the world and we'll have more on this in just a moment with our colleague derek williams from d.w. science but 1st let's take a look at a situation in the united states there are mixed messages coming from washington after u.s. president donald trump briefly left the hospital where he is being treated for coke at 19 he took a motorcade to greet supporters outside in a move that appeared at odds with protocols for patients with covert 19 now while his medics say that he could well be be well enough to be discharged on monday other physicians have their doubts. president trump alive and well appear to be the message behind his short right outside the walter reed military hospital where he's being treated for a cold that 19 the wisdom of his outing to greet supporters was immediately
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questioned leading physician said president trump disregarded standard guidelines for coronavirus patients and put the health of others at risk. in a short video posted on sunday trump claims that this experience was teaching him a lot about the coronavirus anybody so it's been a very interesting journey i learned a lot about covert i learned it by really going to school this is the real school this is in the let's read the book school and i get it and i understand it and it's a very interesting thing going to be letting you know about trump's doctors painted an optimistic picture of the president's health suggesting that he might be back at the white house as early as monday works of course but the medical details provided were contradictory and a vase of some information including drops in the president's oxygen levels and the decision to administer a steroid treatment point to a more serious case of coalwood 19 than what his physicians previously disclosed.
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trump's supporters who organized the boat rally on maryland's eastern shore were certain that president trump would make a full recovery. course i was worried about our president the love our prize and. i think he's in the best behaved and he's got a great doctors and i think he'll be just fine he's a strong healthy me and so i think the timing is good but it sounds like he's recovering and getting through well i don't think i have too much of an impact on the election. with the election just one month away trumps camp is struggling to push his campaign forward pulls show that joe biden's lead in the president. still race has grown since last week's debate under quarantine the president can't hold rallies to fire up his base and his coronavirus diagnosis has made it even harder to divert attention from his much criticized handling of the pandemic. and let's
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get more now we are joined by a hanson's president of the german interdisciplinary association of critical care and emergency medicine welcome to the program and thank you for joining us there are reports that we have heard that the president's oxygen levels dropped twice what does that tell you about his condition is from the far distance and only tells that the capacity of the president's law was perhaps affected by the virus disease beaucoup at 9 toon it could also. well have a high grade fever on friday as reported together with high grade fever and possible affection of the lump it could be that the office separation goes on and there's a very important measure to look after patients with copd 19 so i think this measurement of up to them dropping off today will let the doctors change their
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treatments and they should change the treatments so we know that he's tested positive for kovan 19 how long should somebody with covered 1000 be in the hospital or in quarantine so that they don't infect others because we've seen the president leaving the hospital briefly to greet his supporters what do you make of that. i think that as the american physician said i think that there's no not quite a responsible that i think of could quite irresponsible to send of a message like that on the other hand the question of for me regarding the quarantined of the president from that is he started with symptoms and he was positive on friday i think so at least the should be 14 days in quarantined and that means that he should stay low on a day that any context should be very close to the measured and that. never has
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to taken to prevent infection that think the sign to see him in a in a car driving through the streets i think that's quite irresponsible i think he shouldn't do that and the doctors should told him that not a good idea and we have heard from the doctors at walter reed medical center they have indeed criticized the u.s. president for that behavior behavior how much of an influence does a medical team have on such behavior of patients. i think that's a political question from the side from the point of view of the octave when they really meant something for a patient and then they said don't do that and the patient is the one who is responsible for his actions so i would tell a patient don't do that and then the patients and no i will do that and the lives lost both go on the street i think i would say ok he is responsible for his own behavior and i told him not to do that and i think that's the way to deal with
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patients autonomy and the president from his own autonomy and he acts political and not the responsible regarding his health and you have of others professor will hansen's president of the german interdisciplinary association of critical care and emergency medicine thank you for taking the time to speak with us thank you. and here are some other developments in the corona virus pandemic new york mayor bill de blasio is seeking to close all non-essential businesses and schools and 9 neighborhoods that have been identified as virus clusters of to 500000 people could be affected by the proposed shutdown the french capital paris is being placed on maximum alert for 2 weeks to curb a new rise and infections bars will remain closed and restaurants will have to implement stricter sanitary protocols the new measures will take effect on tuesday
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and in the philippines some 25000000 students have begun classes at home president . has ordered schools to remain shut until a covert 1000 vaccine becomes available. it's and some other stories making news around the world include the fact that the european commission president arcilla funded line is self isolating after coming into contact with the person later diagnosed with coke at 19 the meeting in question took place during a business trip to portugal last week on her twitter account the e.u. chief announced that she had tested negative on thursday the would be testing again today. is the prime minister just in the ardern has again declared victory over the corona virus she said restrictions in auckland would be lifted after no new cases were confirmed for 10 days new zealand appear to stamp out the virus and may but a new outbreak hit off land in our strongly one case in iceland has introduced new restrictions following
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a spike in corona virus infections of the latest wave and infections is thought to be much higher than going up this year bars clubs and gyms all have to close and gatherings of more than 20 people are now bankrupt. you're watching t.w. news still to come on the program in sports germany is alexandros wherever raises questions after taking to his 4th round of the french open match with a fever and a cough. the british government has come under criticism after newspaper reports that it is considering plans to house asylum seekers offshore on remote islands since august more than a 1000 migrants have made illegal crossings from the french port of cali after promise to insist secure the borders london is under growing pressure to stop the crossings. pictures that made headlines in the u.k. this summer people and rubber dinghies making their way across the english channel
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seeking asylum now the royal navy and the air force are being deployed to stop them . a sudanese citizen trying to get to england isn't fazed. the government doesn't want a new people for their country but the country is a big it can take anyone for you and you will find a place there was messier is on the french side at the port of cadillac trying to figure out when he can cross the city's been an asylum transit hub for years but infrastructure for the almost 1500 refugees is practically nonexistent tent city on the edge of her road a little electricity or access to running water. regular police checks. here there are no reception centers. in
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labor and roadside green areas refugees meet to discuss their only hope of getting away by rubber dinghy. this boat load people who are the people in need of use authority and in doing there were so few in next year what we used to we said to you kate so it's like some people use the machines want to switch out on some people they have more so from here to look at about 34 kilometer you think about 3 hours to the hour and how it people use the high and it takes about 10 hours to cool live an hour. most boat set off just after dawn the french police have to keep an eye on 45 kilometers of coastline this summer they've had reinforcements the british are paying for an extra $45.00 officers a day some of them on horseback. but still they're only able to prevent
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a fraction of the risky departures. rescue crews are called out almost every day the english channel is one of the busiest shipping lanes in the world. the english channel is a motorway and driving on a motorway with a scooter is dangerous and that's what it's like here i'm sure. but that hasn't stopped hundreds of people trying to do it every day. after all as here says they have nothing to lose. refugees and migrants have always faced stargardt's the latest measures have made those odds even starker. and let's turn now to some other stories making news around the world the news leader brags that negotiator michele by a is in berlin for government talks about mounting pressure on london and brussels to agree on the terms of britain's departure its foreign minister heiko underscored
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the need for cricket progress to avoid a no deal scenario barn a will also be with chancellor angela merkel. rescuers have stepped up the search for a villagers missing after a violent storms battered mountainous border regions in southern france and italy several communities were cut off by flooding and mudslides france has declared the area a disaster zone at least 4 people died. and its 26 year old jewish student has been seriously injured in an assault outside of a synagogue in the german city of hamburg a man dressed in military style clothing struck the victim repeatedly on the head with a shovel the act which has been widely condemned as anti-semitic is being investigated as attempted murder. and tennis news for you now germany's alexandra where of has admitted playing with a fever after going out of the french open in the 4th round where called for
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a doctor during the 1st set of his defeat to italian teenager center and was seen coughing on the court players of the tournament are regularly tested for the virus and swear s. tests came back negative but speaking after defeat mid he should not have played the match. right now here in the studio jonathan crane joining us. to talk us through what happened here. does it really sara given or the kind of coronavirus measures in place these tournament vera was already feeling 3rd round match on friday and he was struggling during the warm up before the match with yannick sinner but he said he hoped he could get a quick and easy victory but similar is a very good player often coming young player and of course that didn't happen as you said during the match the doctor came out gave him some medication he was pointing to his throat and yeah he lost in 4 sets and after the match we had this
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striking admission from him. really bruce as you can hear but awards. fever you know those were also. in the best physical state. i was. i'm i'm really sorry you're not feeling well and you still are very showing a lot of coming to the press conference. if you can tell me or tell us much grace the grease. points out. in the evening. he played the match then he went to this press conference i mean we're seeing him coughing also at the press conference you just imagine the journalists who must be there there are measures to protect players aren't they so so how did this happen yeah there are measures in place the players for example
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have to stay in the hotel unless they're playing a match they tested every 5 days but still this is going to raise questions of the organizers because if you compared to the measures in place but the u.s. open where for example play is that you had to get the temperature checked before every match the measures that the french open don't seem as tricks now organizes said didn't tell dr is that he was suffering from symptoms according to the player guidelines which so i have had that was his responsibility he should have told an on site doctor now he did test negative on choose day that was his last test but of course that was 5 days before this 4th round match she's doing on the test but if that does come back positive then that's going to raise all kinds of questions has he potentially unfit infected anyone else especially considering that it's not the 1st time that he's been embroiled in a coronavirus controversy caution mind back to june when the idea of having spectators a sporting event seemed almost unthinkable novak djokovic arranged
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a charity exhibition to a man with a full house of spectators vera was positive that it was well intentioned maybe but the social distancing measures were well lax to say the least we can see in these pictures that apply a posse there they are dancing around us no social distancing at all in the upshot of all of that said it was several people involved tested positive for the current virus including shock of age as virus did and he tested negative but he posted a very grovelling apology on instagram apologizing for putting anyone at risk the irony is he may well have just done the same in paris i think sports thank you orgon. now for anyone in the world planning a wedding this year the pandemic has brought challenges few could have seen coming from dealing with travel bans to guaranteeing a socially distant celebration it is not surprising that many couples have put their plans on hold not so for one transatlantic couple though who were determined
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not to let the restrictions spoil their big day business is good surprisingly good for on the stage and their wedding planners on mexico's caribbean coast and the requests keep coming in and mexico is counting on wedding tourism to help lift an economy that's been in the doldrums for months general tourism has fallen off sharply due to the coronavirus pandemic. is as i said we've never had so many september weddings we're very happy. if all goes well this bouquet will soon be in a happy bride's hand. liane is american and has only seen her fiance peter from scotland online for 5 months the pandemic travel ban has made a wedding in europe or the usa impossible we try to face please. iceland
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then in barbados and then we were just looking at lists of where can scottish people go where can american people go can we get there the most important thing you can give us is receiving that and giving that is what needs people seeing it would make people dance it's how we have and use it. once they settled on mexico everything fell into place. it will be arriving it's confirmed i will be on the plate also letting you know like you're with me really well just like. change your way at your convenience. the only be. the wait is finally over both filmed their long journeys to their reunion from michigan and scotland.
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destination mexico. united after 5 months apart. at the last minute a few close friends arrived from the us. the ceremony small but full of love sometime in the future maybe next year they'll throw a big party with their extended families who have to participate online for now. to give yourself marriage we do. ladies and gentlemen please allow me to return. it's done all the time low.
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all that remains is to sign the paperwork as anastasia and i get a new request another wedding. well now let's return to our top story hargitay alter michael how tim and charles m. rice a group of international virologists have been awarded the nobel prize in the field of physiology or medicine the institute in stockholm handed them the prestigious prize for their just coverage of the appetite is the virus a fine tooth milestone that benefited millions of people by for example making blood transfusions safer laureates will receive a gold medal and shared prize money of $1100000.00. and on the story for us is our science correspondent derrick williams here in the studio to tell us a little bit more about these winners that were you surprised by this. you're
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always surprised i mean i've been doing this for many many years and i think i've only gotten actually 2 right out of about 50 different does as and that's because there's so much fantastic science being done out there that will that will never receive a nobel prize but it's important to say that i think it's sending a message at this particular period of history that they're getting this particular prize even if it's not even that's for a different disease hepatitis b. for example was given this prize back in the 1970 s. for the discovery of that particular. viral pathogen so so in that sense it doesn't really come as a surprise no tell us a little bit more about their research and how it changed lives in fact liver disease is a major major killer it still in fact tens of millions of people every year and 2 of the strains of hepatitis hepatitis b. in the tightest city can or potentially deadly pathogens they kill up to $400000.00
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people a year and so it's important when you're when you're in order to to get a grip on a disease you have to 1st actually identify the pathogen that's almost like it's a fairly simple process now i mean we heard we identified for examples. ours go to very very quickly within a month we were of the do it back in the 1970 s. or in the sixty's seventy's eighty's when a lot of this research was done it was very very arduous but that's really the 1st the most fundamental stepping stone that you have in order to go on to do things like for example develop diagnostics to determine if somebody actually has it or also then later to develop medications to fight against it so this is really the fundamental step that they made that was their scientific achievement and the step and others that have been awarded i mean these are really steps that have withstood the test of time however you know one is noting that these are very over ologists you were selective in this year when we are currently in a pandemic right what does that tell you. if they stuck to the guidelines about
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nominations you know the nominations closed out at the end of january so there wouldn't have been any covert 19 belated. nominations going into this i think at this point but i think that by nominating another discovers of another virus and the people who identified another virus i think that the nobel committee is really sending an important message to the rest of the world that this is an area that in the future we're going to have to focus on more and more and so in that sense i think it's really a a timely award fascinating did have a science correspondent there thank you. while they are clumsy if i see ravenous and 3000 years after their extension on australia's mainland tasmanian devils are back conservationists released 26 of the tiny terrors into a protected area 3 hours north of sydney where they can settle and prepare for
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breeding season in february it is believed that's devils were wiped out on the mainland by wild dogs they haven't fared too well either side of the island state of test mania where a contagious disease have ravaged more than 80 percent of their population. quarter of the top stories we're following for you here i did abuse the 2020 nobel prize for medicine has gone to an international trio of uralla just who discovered a 3rd form of hepatitis hepatitis c. the stockholm panel said that their discovery had paved the way to save millions of lives. this president has briefly left the hospital and a motorcade to wave to supporters gathered outside in a move that appeared up with protocols for patients with team earlier his medical team said that trump was improving and suggested he could be discharged as early as
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monday. up next it is business news with my colleague christophe codeword don't forget you can always get the latest on our web site t w dot com thank you so much for joining us here on feet up your views i'm sorry kelly in berlin take care and thanks.
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beirut 2 months after the devastating explosion at the port. it affected come close people including many artists. studios and galleries have been destroyed creative work in pageant water mains is anger at the lebanese government. 3000. and 60 minutes on t.w. .
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every 2 seconds a person does forced to flee their home nearly 71000000 people have been forcibly displaced. the consequences have been disastrous our documentary series displaced depicts dramatic humanitarian crises around the world you know. forgetting i didn't go to university to kill people that say i don't want to have my boss come to me and tell me to kill someone having in many and if i don't they'll kill me. feel for their lives and their future so they seek refuge abroad about the arena of vasquez me the most about this steadiness seems to rise is that someday we won't even see the roofs. but what will become of those who
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stayed behind it's a way my husband went to peru because of the crisis and. if he hadn't gone there we would have died of hunger. let us run out of down the block. displaced starts october 16th on g.w. . the president hospital the economy in shambles as donald trump is fighting kovac 19 economists are saying a resurgence of the pandemic and congress failing to provide help of the biggest risks to the country also coming up the pandemic and electric mobility are currently the biggest challenges was a german automotive sector we'll talk to one of the industry's top representatives about how to deal with either one and we'll show you how women in afghanistan are pushing ahead with their own business. and welcome to the
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program the u.s. president himself is one of more than 7000000 americans to have contracted covert 19 and amid continuing uncertainty over his own personal health the prognosis for the u.s. economy remains anything but clear in your survey from the national association for business economics paints a bleak picture more than half of the economists polled believe the biggest risk facing the us economy is the pandemic and the possibility of further lock downs and restrictions as cases continue to rise it's not the only threat one in 5 economists think the biggest problem is the failure of republicans and democrats to work together to agree to a package for unemployed people and stricken businesses the overall picture is that the u.s. economy is expected to contract by 4.3 percent this year with the majority of those polled believing the economy will not return to prepare demick levels before 2022
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for more on this let's cross over to frankfurt and our markets correspondent shall see the lamie chelsey a grim outlook for the u.s. economy but markets seem to be largely focusing on the u.s. president who apparently is getting better. that's right some markets are a little bit more optimistic today we have the tax here in frankfurt up a little bit under one percent u.s. stock futures are also looking a bit better today so investors are a little bit. excited and. less concerned now about the health of the president he is expected or he could be released from the hospital today after many many confusing reports about the state of his health over the weekend so that is helping people feel a little more comfortable but it's definitely a very fragile optimism here there are a number of risk between now and the end of the year from the u.s.
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election to the stimulus talks in washington. and you'll see it in other news the german. could be increasing in numbers from 30 members to 48 votes behind. so this comes after that really the scandal of wire car the payments company that went insolvent here in frankfurt that really caused a lot of soul searching here at the church of course about how they could really improve the docs going forward so right now one of the criticisms of the docs is that it's much too focused on really this old economy these dinosaurs that have german industry so things like industrial giants like or buy. these companies that are very old and don't really reflect the new economy and where the german economy is heading so they do want to broaden the tax and make it more reflective of the economy going forward to do that i mean frankfurt thank you.
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let's take a look at the auto sector now all the problems since the start of the year for carmakers have been well documented many major parts suppliers have had to close plants and dismissed thousands of employees but for smaller suppliers they've been clinging to their very existence. the purple plasma here is glowing a taber 1000 degrees celcius and today as booms company in kemet since saxony operates 12 of these specialist china says 15 employees use them to put the smooth surface finish on crankshafts and gearbox pounds. the folks who can plant in nearby speak out is one of the most important customers normally he supplies it with over 200000 components put a year but the coronavirus pandemic has hammad to be global sales. is mind putting and i would have to guarantee my clients in the car industry
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a minimum of supply volumes and pieces have to be ready for specification changes but when no orders command then i'm left in the lurch. then is lucky not to be entirely dependent on the auto industry. he also has orders from rail technology companies and some engineering enterprises but other automotive supplies in the region are already experiencing the knock on effects of the accelerating transition from combustion to electric motors. electical mortal an electric motor is designed differently and the combustion engine has way more parts which have to be processed and he treated you don't have any of that when electric motors and the mortal mission the coronavirus his hits just as the auto sector embarks on a historic transformation major suppliers are also affected but they can respond more flexibly bush converted production lines on several continents to manufacture medical protective masks. today the world's largest automotive supplier is making
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the coveted masks on its own machines in germany india and mexico. of course we are not an automotive protection here we have a mass production a totally new product for us here so the main challenge was to give people who work in the home office mainly in mexico and in india an impression of how this mass production will work we mainly worked with radios pictures and let them profit on our ramp up experience and let's not mix and layers blooms more modest companies still manages to research department would she says it's an advantage when it comes to diversifying. being dependent on the car industry is hard and future we want to move away from that and get a foothold in machinery and plant construction on a market whose 1st that many other automotive supply has won't survive the sector wide collapse in august analyst a full costing a deluge of bankruptcies i well earlier i spoke to martin course he is the managing
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director of the german association of the automotive industry and i asked him what particularly smaller supply companies are to do as the whole industry transitions from combustion engines to immobility. well of course i mean we are in the middle of a transformation process and therefore companies have to transform the sense of. being that they are in the middle of a transformation process but of course we have to distinguish is a supplier for example that is very much focused on a specific technology is a very much focused on the combustion engine or as it says supply in different areas that for example he produces a product that is also used in costs that are battery electric we as a german industry are convinced that the transformation process is not only actually electric costs we have a few sounds all we have electric. if you wants for example that can also be used
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with a combustion engine and they have a question of time is we have to take the transformation and we have to take the transformation within the corona crisis as well and that is the big challenge also puts more companies. that was martin curtis managing director of the german association of the automotive industry now a brief look at some of the other business stories making news the world bank has warned of a looming debt and financing crisis ahead of the bank's fall meeting boss david malpass said many developing countries were on the brink of disaster unable to repay their debts he's calling for debt relief the world's 2nd biggest cinema operators see the world is set to shut over $700.00 theaters in the u.k. and the united states the firm said the delay in major film releases such as the latest installment of the james bond franchise made the cinema industry quote on viable. c.e.o. has apologized for a hardware glitch that caused an all day outage at the tokyo stock exchange last
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thursday in the malfunction triggered the 1st full day suspension since the exchange switched to electronic trading in 1999 and has also raised questions about japan's digitalisation strategy. with october fest cancelled germans are drinking more beer at home 38.6 liters per person according to a current survey that's 8 bottles more per person than previously but not necessarily more bus kali beer is the fastest growing sector accounting for 7 percent of the be a market. it's to afghanistan now after 40 years of unrest few other places in the world have become as synonymous with violence destruction and death not the kind of place where business can blossom you think but women are in afghanistan are on the rise according to one local ministries estimate from 28000 there are almost 900 small and medium sized female owned enterprises around the
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country one such enterprise is a fitness center for women in the former taliban stronghold of kandahar. political gains have been slow for women in afghanistan since the fall of the taliban in 2001. but the gains in the gym have only just begun this woman only fitness center in the conservative stronghold of kandahar is credit to the hard work. the molly. also employs women it's vital progress in a country where less than a quarter of women work outside the home. was just in those years and certainly i'm delighted to work here because i can help women and exercise myself after all exercise is good for my health and the money i earn is a great financial help as my family. it's not just the cardio machines here that are raising heart rates the owner says she's never seen that ongoing peace talks
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with the taliban could mean compromises that restrict women and threaten businesses like ours. get on in the house they were worried not only about our business and sports but about all sectors where women work. our concern is that if the taliban reunites of the government what restrictions will they impose a lot of because given what i've been following on the here is i think the taliban's mindset and ideas have not changed much. for now the women walking out here see the will push through their fears and work towards their fitness and health calls. and finally from cretaceous to capitalism going once going twice made stan one of the largest and most intact t.-rex in the world an apex predator walking the earth some 67000000 years ago is
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up for auction this week christie's in new york is expecting between $6.00 and $8000000.00 to be paid for the pre historic joint. and finally a reminder of the top story we're following for you have this hour years economists believe that the possibility of further cold 1000 related lock downs and restrictions are the biggest risk facing the u.s. economy a close 2nd failure of washington to provide meaningful relief for businesses. that's our show thanks for watching ever so often successful.
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in the height of climate change. africa's most is a. story. to come for the future. conquered in a major city to the multimedia insight. media and information literacy the 7th online session of the global media forum coded 19 has changed the way we communicate. this brings new opportunities but also risks.
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one solution media and information literacy. is this enough to approach the challenges in our media landscape join our discussion starts 1230 u.t.c. . this week on world stories. reintegrating x. militants in nigeria. election campaigns on reservations in the u.s. . but we begin in belarus despite the risk of being jailed the opposition continues to demonstrate against authoritarian leader alexander lukashenko prominent among the protesters or one of. the elements march had barely begun when the police
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started making their 1st arrests over the past weeks bella rose has ramped up its crackdown on protesters but despite all these women come back each saturday to make sure their voices heard. something like everything was quiet then suddenly henchmen showed up and dragged these young women into their bastards what did they ever do to that we're not scared for our own safety but worried about our children and grandchildren we want them to live in a normal country without this kind of chilly. hi neal but boy it would set them on one of. our lines sophia are outraged and tried reasoning with the police. this time they can't get any of the women released. more but alice says she and her friend sophia both retired school teachers do command a certain respect with the officers. and the 2 women 1st met at a protest against look at. the authoritarianism of bringing the country home more
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and more about the recipients were expressing solidarity with these courageous women their bravery has aspired others to overcome their fears and join the opposition. or we're seeing women are leading the charge against lucas' wrinkle. last. time i saw it as i. was last. matias what they affectionately call the opposition figure. she resisted forced deportation by tearing up her passport and was then detained by authorities. in opposition leaders are now either behind bars or in exile. tells us that lucas has been clinging to power with all his mind ever since the rigged election. more and more bella racine's are openly defying look at
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shrink over his regime to them he's a fraud. was he what we were so he you know you could buy that whole thing with this secret inauguration they don't seem to feel the need to prove anything to the people anymore. is now taking the threat these women pose more seriously arrests were meant to be a deterrent but they're having the opposite effect. and sophia tell us that they'll be out on the streets of mids flying the flag of the opposition as long as their legs will carry them even if it's just the 2 of them. with. the nigerian government supports the reintegration of former militants for the terrorist group boko haram. some of their victims however aren't happy with the situation. what come to my degree this side existed long before the city gained negative notoriety for being
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the birthplace of. in the past my degree was known as a major trading up a decade into the jihadi insurgency more than 2000000 people have been displaced some of them find refuge in this camp like. he learns how to repair shoes during the 2 years he was here. he learned something else. they wanted us to be part of their insurgency. and become people who are willing to attack and kill. we went through a training to be able to kill. and kill. the 45 year old claims. considered him to all to be a mood yet in the camp he still stigmatised he says he was forced to join the group . when we came to the camp a lot of people accuse us of so many things but that doesn't bother us. we just
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want to live in peace that if we did it. with we here refers to a dozen others who now live in the camp he's becoming a hairdresser and claims he repents his actions. those people i've killed whenever i think about it i have sleepless nights may allah forgive me i want to get married go to school i want to be a very good person. i will do and are both a government funded training program to help reintegrate militants that sounds like mockery to the victims here who fled their homes lost their relatives and face an uncertain future. she did it to 9 unit to 90 i don't know how my life and that of my children will look. to our design it's better to train our children than them so many people here agree on this if they trained our children it would
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have more impact or angry that. victims and former militants living side by side preparing to gather for a entrance into society once theory speeds that's the goal but outside of the camp life is anything but stable. in the wake of new attacks it is difficult to convince people here to reintegrate for me. so just how fair is it to rehabilitate these people without doing the same for their victims for. the answer seems simple. it is absolutely unfair. to get it also encourages dog who have never joined the insurgency towards i tempted because they are given my attention that they're in victims he says rehabilitation why violence is still ongoing it's counterproductive but as other
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observers put it amnesty to acts militants though a bitter pill to swallow may be the only way to achieve peace once the war on terror is over. almost $5000000.00 native americans in the us are voting age but only a fraction exercise that right now activists are canvassing on reservations for each and every vote. this is the heart of the south dakota badlands were approaching the border of pine ridge reservation home to around 18000 members of the oglala lakota tribe. we drive for nearly an hour across prairie land before reaching a town we want to know why people living here are less likely to vote than other and there. they feel like it's not a voice will be heard to. have a scare to be around
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a lot of people. a lot of people we live in 3rd world conditions majority of our people don't even own vehicles so how are they supposed to get to a polling place when they live 10 miles out in the country off the reservation in rapid city we meet with chante heart and tell him returns from scout they're organizing voter registration booths on multiple reservations in south dakota they want to show fellow native people that all they need is a social security number to cast their ballot even though that's not clear on the registration then. person we make a decision 7 generations ahead of time and so i'm thinking about my great grandchildren and hald life is going to be for them and right now i think the best thing we can do is vote. their project is funded by a democratic party donor and while callinan chante aren't campaigning for the party
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they're sure most lakota voters are against donald trump. he stoking the flames of racism all the things that i think we work so hard to build relationships across all walks of life and he's reversed that the state is soaked in the history of stolen land broken contracts and withheld payments to say nothing of those who paid with their lives. at the crazy horse memorial museum chante performs a traditional dance making an effort to connect with visitors. despite generations of betrayal she hasn't given up on dialogue. on december 31st the press a transition period will happen. at borough market in south london many small business owners are feeling anxious about the future. whether shops
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at barrow market in south london is looking for the best quality tasty treats from across europe 2. dominic court sells scouted she's from the netherlands dairy cooperatives in france deliver conti and mopey in the summer this fetid cheese from the greek island of less force but bricks it poses a threat to its little sheens paradise. the massive world the i me and has been very soon stay referendum and already we're on our 3rd stockpiling plan. to make sure we got enough stock up at the prices that we're currently paying and we don't have to incur any higher prices that might be introduced by high tariffs. court shows us his story and he's worried that the already pricey cheese he sells will be slapped with high tariffs that's assuming it can even be delivered
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undamaged with new border checks goods could be held up for days. the transporter just 6 is going to be that much more complicated it's going to be expensive to do could be extra paperwork involved. and i can only imagine it's not going to be as free flowing as it is currently food experts warn that the supply chains of fresh products could be disrupted britain imports roughly 80 percent of its fruit alone merchants also have another worry if there is no trade deal with brussels the u.s. might fill the gap food products could even become cheaper but what about quality american health and environmental standards are lower for example when it comes to meet. i think the real worry is that if we get these influx of much cheaper food being imported to actually seek markets will opt to stop the chain restaurants may have to start phase and so our traders here who you know only supply the best face
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a fair price means that the disparity between what consumers are offered is going to be much wider than it already is she's much in demand a court has had lots of discussions about bret's it including with max tucker the fishmonger all believe england will always be. always call me old fashioned shouting out because we won world wars joining little island you know days over countries that you would pass over in your coat is preparing himself in his own way a friend of his mixed up at a pinch maybe he'll end up selling this kind of cheese.
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