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. this is detail lenience life from berlin a new phase in the united states. against the corona virus pandemic regulators approved the biotech pfizer vaccine here's the way for i'm one precent vaccination campaign expected to begin in the coming days. rising kovac 19 infections and deaths forced leaders here in germany to make some tough choices a stricter lockdown is now in the cards less than 2 weeks before christmas. and bringing hope to ethiopia 1st aid convoy arrives in teague rise since fighting broke out of a month ago but the u.n.
sam's feel armaan refugees caught up in the conflict will get the latest from the capital addis ababa. on public folios welcome to the program the u.s. food and drug administration has approved the biotech pfizer coronavirus vaccine the makers say they'll start shipping doses immediately and the 1st inoculations could start as early as monday the vaccine was shown in trials to be 95 percent effective in preventing covert $1000.00. i have really good news today our nation has achieved a medical miracle we have delivered a safe and effective vaccine in just 9 months it's a turning point for the country with the highest coronavirus death toll in the world and counting. it seems heartbreaking that we have daily records that
exceed the 911 deaths every day and i think you know it's very very difficult to go to work every morning knowing that hospitals are being filled clinics are preparing to deliver the biotech pfizer shot and begin the largest vaccination campaign in the u.s. history cancer care workers and elderly people in care homes are expected to receive the 1st doses but now that the vaccine is on its way will most americans take it. i think it's kind of your civic duty to get vaccinated and. i don't see any issues with doing it as long as it's safe it's a way to depopulate the world that's the agenda behind the vaccines sorry i'm not interested i will never take it over my dead body and that is the 1st step they can elect to examine and then i want to take that step to basically go out and have normal times again normalcy. some states are planning to begin vaccinating as early
as monday but the shot comes with complex distribution challenges that has to be shipped and stored at all true temperatures and countries are competing for limited supplies. was the question. for you as michael says this is a scary question. and. intends. to. ask the question what can. the united states how can. here s. health officials say they will have enough doses to vaccinate every american he wants to be by the middle of next year europe is set to make its own decision on the biotech pfizer shot later this month in what could be the beginning of the end of the global pandemic. well a surge in covert $950.00 he's here in germany is alarming all authorities and
stoking calls for a stricter lockdown at the beginning of the pandemic that death toll was hailed as being remarkably low but now with the 2nd wave the picture looks bleaker on saturday all star teams reported nearly 500 deaths and the numbers are still rising well the public health agency has also registered more than 28000 new infections in a single day those figures suggest weeks of a partial lockdown have been slow the spread tougher restrictions now seem almost inevitable chancellor angela merkel and regional leaders will hold emergency talks on sunday. here the record infections are not just a number german hospitals like this one in mannheim are struggling to treat the rising number of patients with covered 19 yet out on the streets you might not know that the country is in crisis the so-called lockdown light restrictions mean shops
and schools are still open the german said of baton veteran back is not waiting for the federal government to take action you fire up. from december 12th on we are imposing a general lockdown for all of their guns. from saturday residents there may only leave their homes with a valid reason such as going to work or school the situation is dangerous all lawmakers seem to agree on that several other german states are urging action at the national level. we can see it getting away from us slipping from our hands we have to make a decision that's clear more resolute and more understandable in trying to escape this is a matter of life and death to put it clearly it's a matter of ethical responsibility that we in the government have chancellor angela merkel is also in support of stricter measures on sunday germany's federal and
state leaders will meet once more to discuss the crisis meanwhile germany schools are preparing for more restrictions or possible expansion of the vacation period get education ministers are asking for as few cuts to schooling as possible. in our opinion vacation should not be extended but rather we should introduce remote learning or even a lifting of compulsory attendance or a combination of both. just under 2 weeks to christmas eve and germans may only have a few days left for christmas shopping before stricter measures are put in place it looks like this holiday season will be even quieter than usual. well to discuss this more i'm joined by d w reporter joel told reuters joel welcome to the show as we've seen there in the report and we've heard before on sunday the german government's going to be getting together going to be discussing the situation which is worrying to say the least we
know anything about their plans for the question really now is when and rather if they introduce hostler lockdown measures some cabinet members are saying that such measures should start immediately other newspapers are reporting that wednesday is more realistic and some states are bringing in their own local restrictions such as night time fuse they have to remember that up until now germans had thought that might be a christmas as usual meaning that shops would stay open and that they could go and travel and visit their family members in fact authorities had previously approved a plan to relax measures over the holidays and allow people to meet in bigger groups but now experts have told the government they have to lock down hard and fast an anglo-american herself gave an emotional speech last week in the bundestag urging people to have a restricted christmas and until now it has been has been some state leaders who have resisted those calls but the situation is changing fast now the situation is changing fast and and you know we've been essentially here in germany in this sort
of this so-called light lockdown lockdown light why hasn't not worked jail where we can look at some of those measures and maybe we'll get an explanation for example we have in germany only hospitality entertainment and leisure leisure businesses were closed down but meanwhile school shops and workplace and stayed open and there were no stay at home orders or not curfews and as a result people's behavior really didn't change much and case numbers have stayed quite constant they've definitely stay quite constant but germany's approach in comparison to other e.u. countries is it's it's even difficult sometimes to compare within countries but why do they compare actually i did e.u. level well some people have been doing a comparison a team in oxford university has been creating in. decks of lockdown measures which you can see now here represented on a map now the docket colors mean stricter measures such as they have home office and closing all but non-essential shops that was the case in france and greece and
to some extent in the u.k. now spain and italy have had not time curfews and into regional travel bans germany as you can see there is somewhere in the middle it had to close its restaurants and gyms and events but otherwise it was business as usual it was fairly business as usual or has been opened to a certain degree we can say now how are other e.u. countries at me you've mentioned that they're a little bit how they tackling the outbreak as we've seen numbers go down haven't we in many places sure we can have a look like compared to countries that had a pretty similar situation germany and the u.k. now in those 2 countries they both had a spike in november and as you can see on the left there it has stayed fairly constant in germany but in the u.k. in november they introduced a hotshot lock down and they have now brought those numbers down and it is the same case in other countries that also brought in hostile measures such as france it's spain and italy so we can say that the lock down light hasn't worked and that's why many here are now anticipation dissipating measures to start to be announced by tomorrow and maybe to start as soon as monday or wednesday next week well we'll
certainly be keeping a close eye on the children really thanks for that update. let's take a look at some of the other stories making news elsewhere in the world the u.s. supreme court has rejected an attempt by president donald trump on the state of texas to overturn results in last month's election justices ruled that texas didn't have the right to challenge other states or run their elections. iran has executed a dissident journalist for encouraging anti-government protests ruhollah criticized a regime with a website and internet news channel while living in exile he was captured last year . at least one person has been killed in rocket strikes in the afghan capital kabul no group has so far claimed responsibility it's the 2nd such attack within a month peace talks between the government and the taliban have been underway since september. now the united nations says it's increasingly alarmed about
the plight of eritrean civilians caught up in the conflict in ethiopia the un refugee agency says it's received disturbing reports of displaced people being killed or kidnapped and forcibly returned to eritrea which borders ethiopia spot and start region the 1st international aid convoy has arrived in tikrit since fighting broke out there more than a month ago. well let's go to the ethiopian capital addis ababa to journalist sami will get you high samuel now and aid convoy has arrived but getting information from t. gras is proving difficult to what we know about the current situation there. we know for a fog. areas that can be accessible to the un and its partners are only areas controlled by the federal government the european governments so much of the air is
still not accessible to the un there are many many thousands of people including into $350.00 s. that are in desperate need according to the united nations are so last night they run out of all kinds of things including basic food so you can only imagine the kind of humanitarian disaster that's going on in the region definitely incredibly concerning that the u.n. says it's concerned about reports of eritrean refugees in the ethiopian region being killed or abducted or forcibly returned to eritrea what have what is the actual ethiopian government being saying though the ethiopian government side insists. soldiers are not taking part in any of the conflicts there has been an ongoing accuse ations including reports done by reuters. bloomberg saying that they are involved but the government insists nor
international players it would in this conflict and it's insist it's only the killer and soldiers and ethiopian army that is involved trying to liberate trying to bring some kind of freedom to the people of so great so everything we hear contradict each other but again the conflict is ongoing and there are many many people out there heading to the sudan and we're hearing of different stories just heartbreaking i'm sure i'm sure they are now that you've just been mentioning if they're so if the opium government says it's in control of tikrit and the conflict is isn't over or they're saying it is over but leaders of the people's liberation front say that they're still fighting on various fronts what's your assessment. there are segments of the t.k. left. my not have the resources or a mine are or i should say are some are but you know it's that of the segment of the t.p. left that's so passionate about what they believe in you know many of their population
of to grow are young people that have always 'd known t.l.'s government so it's you know the devil you know that the devil you don't so they're focused on trying to defeat. the government or army at the top an army so they're still fighting and we hear of different stories and when we hear of victims that are heading to this didn't they tell us exactly the same thing which is their conflict is ongoing and there are many many victims that are just dying and people with little resources young people all people being left behind so it's a catch 22 but we know for certain the conflict because of finished 2 only because even communication hasn't been lifted in many parts of the region so it's an ongoing conflict that we're watching this and only because we can't access of us journalists well a journalist some you will get a chewing address of a thanks for that update thank you. you're watching the news from berlin
if you ever want to know how the pharaoh islands became a footballing 4 stations for its life it's all next me and the rest of it team here . bloodlines yes he's on his way to bring you more conservation. how to make signals greener how can we protect habitats can make a difference global ideas or mental series a global fouls on monday w. and all mine. the fight against the corona virus pandemic. how has the rate of infection been developing. measures are being taken. what does the latest research say. information and context.
you know all the sooner. concern is reading the feral ones i'm likely rise from footballing obscurity. a tiny island nation in the north atlantic the faroe islands is part of the danish kingdom just 52000 people live here and they share one big passion. and everybody is crazy about football and how little of a list like this you can behave if you compare the cost there is not so much that the. football means everything because in a small village you don't have that many options the 1st football club was established here in $892.00 but the national team only gained fee for membership almost a century later in 1908 they've caused major upsets beating teams like austria and greece but have never qualified for a world cup or euros and often lose to major footballing nations by a wide margin but that hasn't dampened the spirit. in our national stage young
are now after the construction i think there will be about i don't know around $5000.00 but of course for a nation like. 10 to 30 percent of the population what you're watching our team in one single game and actually that's probably world record and fantastic. the nation now boasts 168 to a 4 licensed coaches that's around one post 300 inhabitants in england for example there's one coach for every 165000 people bill mcleod jakobsen is one of the most experienced coaches here almost everybody. if you go couple of years ago 100 percent or 99 percent of all the kids in school they played football. last couple of years maybe not that much but we're up to 7080 percent of. all the people stay and they are playing and playing in some kind of
a club environment. there are more sheep than people living on the islands and it rains $300.00 days a year still out pitches are the norm so why is the sport so popular probably because of the national team there are many pitches here that we have around $15.00 to $18.00 club start are playing. the football and the wireman stay are they are filling a lot and in the landscape it's quite easy here to play football there are 26 stadiums and many more where the pitches across the 18 islands. and grew up here in the tiny town of tufted right by the former national stadium i mean adjoining artificial pitch i mean the school played here all the time. all the time especially at the summer time. because. there's so much time that it's. never gotten dark so they didn't find the call home. and
over and out all the time and it's mot they have to come up to the state and give him bread. or something good to eat. and if it's hard to. get the kill them home in the evening across they want them to play a lay there with the bed there. is different where around from i live like 100 meters from the football pitch professional football or. something that happens there so it's been great that to ensure plying his trade for bundesliga side armenia bealefeld edmonson is the only member of the national team set up signed for a normal day club his success is not a surprise to those who've known him longest like his former coach. who spent at the picture also often training he was doing many of the right things and he was
always there on the pitch working working on his on the skills and actually you can see right away that if one goes it will probably. be as in. his childhood friend and neighbor olsen is now an assistant coach for capital club i 36 told shopping and saw the dedication 1st time and his life back in the early days was dedicated to football and when he became a teenager you can see right away that he lived as a footballer he is probably the best player that has played for the us. even by far we standards edmonson came from a small club and finding coaches and teammates was by no means an easy task. the 1st coach was my father he was the coach of the team and yeah when you. come from a village with 12 aunts or people or show we had like maybe 8 or 9
maybe 10 guys in my class and we need 7 at least to have a team or to your team so we were almost forcing each other today so we could know what team training would be good it is necessary that the pirates help the club and sometimes thing is that you want me to do more than the other boys and. i think sometimes harder. with him than the other vice. and that both it was good for him to have a mother. a mother who helped him control him aggressive streak that could have to rail to his ambitions early on. my father and your 1st coach they had in my career they had a big house because i really had a bad temper when i was younger and i couldn't handle to lose one game nearby here at off the. coach from the other team show so it's team.
over. and it was so angry that the red overcoat the order to grow which. came in the ass. and. the author coach got there in korean. and you know one rung there and then all the cars come after him and they go on the run from them down to over i was so close to 2 or. 3. seamen needed plenty of patience as the path to the big leagues from the pharaohs was anything but easy even for someone with his apparent talent and drive his 1st taste of football abroad came early on and helped confirm his own visions event denmark to a spirit when he was 15 or 16 my my brought there live so it was easy to go to a spirit and then they find out it was. good like the danish voice
and. i think i want to be a professional and he decided that i should move to s.b.s. with him and with all our boys so we moved to s.b.s. . and got on that. but he got injured so we go home again then they come to play with the under 21 and i guess he was all the 18 and then he scored against russia and the coach from newcastle contacted him after the game and it ended with that he got the new cast. but soon after a coaching change at newcastle united saw him quickly fall out of favor of the english premier league side he once again returned home when you're here in farrell we grew up you were the best player. when you come to england. come
player from europe and. play with the national team. our competition it is not like being paralyzed. i think the set but when he came back to those he has become stronger and because when he then moved again abroad he had tried to experience it with a setback in it and he said i was better able to tackle after stints in norway and back in the faroes edmonson established himself in denmark's top division in 2018 he signed for armenia bielefeld promotion in his 3rd season means he's playing in the biggest league a fair always player has featured in. i'm the 1st in the german football league and the course i'm proud of because we don't have that many professional footballers from there from this where i know. the often derided european nations league has
given small nations a platform to build on the faroes top their group ceiling promotion to league seat on a level with nations like turkey bulgaria and greece the last 5 to 6 years they have gone from beating greece to 2 now playing competitive matches against the baltic countries many of the middle nations we are competing against now also so we are. not satisfied but but but we are satisfied with the development we have been going through. in 2020 k. i collect speak with 90 minutes away from becoming the country's 1st team to qualify for the europa league while andre olson's be 36 made it to the 3rd qualifying round talk clubs are benefiting from the continental cash injections but the national team is still the main source of inspiration for various football. than the german kid just watching germany play when an english kid. it's watching
england play you all this get this this feeling i and you support them it's massive it's so important that we have our own how many of the of the famous players will be playing for the danish a national team it's quite this just told me another story and with football we have gone from the idea from the from being a small tiny nation and in the atlantic to 2 with to be a nation that everybody. have a relationship relation to the that everybody could know off and speak off because everybody know that. play football and we get some remarkable results one once in a while. the national team broke their previous points record in the 2018 world cup qualifying campaign while coaching and facilities continue to become more professional young seaman success may even see more players make the move to top sides i would also love to get other younger players from the faroe islands to to
also come to professional football because i think we have a lot of talent there and i just want to would like to the german clubs also to look in the pharaoh and that's when they try to scout for talent for 2 young players and now i use the 1st one at the plate on this league. and see that this possible told reach that level when you are if you are small. the pharaoh's are certainly small but also passionate and dedicated. to the conflict so insidious. joe biden will take the white house next month but
with his party deeply divided how the democrats really celebrate my guest this week from washington is democratic congresswoman debbie dingell gardener a man with a vision believe the struggle simply to control his policy for me i do crises donald trump only from home conflicts of. patience is running out. their rage is growing and with help in the tricity. presidency of you hon a sport. like millions of other people in africa may often experience power outages a government does for you what causes go. and what solution is harder. because of the pursuit. in 60 minutes on d w. i'm not laughing. because sometimes i am nothing with
the time i. think. need to take this groundhog day i believe it's all that. time rachel join me in the. last. 4 years ago. nobody wanted to do it since me too many politicians from from both sides of the aisle benefit from loopholes so they don't want to see closed and your party is just as bad as the republicans in the business barring unforeseen events joe biden will take the white house next month but with his party deeply divided other democrats really celebrating my guest this week for washington is democratic congresswoman debbie dingell is biden with a vision over you struggle simply to control his coffee.