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winning goal 3 to 2, it's a mine's a well deserved win for the home side. let the celebrations begin. watching dw news from berlin coming up next to weld stole race with a look at the children and afghanistan in danger of starving. that's after the break will coming up at the top of the hour. thanks for watching. some are driven by merciless greed. others are fighting the destruction forgot to limit the invaders came to prison. they shut down the naked today. the government is trying to destroy the indigenous people with a large scale birthright. a blend grabbers are exploiting b,
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amazon rain forest. indigenous peoples are now bravely opposing them because it's not only the earth's brains lines that are dying to the reinforce to cease to exist and or people die out. a long term report from the heart of brazil starts march 9th on d. w. with this week in world stories, refugees, in chile, a suspicion and rejection feet of war as a pilgrimage site in ethiopia. we begin in wyoming, where nita wants to strengthen its eastern flight to counter the russian threat, and is already sending troops, ah,
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engender, engender, engender, won't go picture, a military drill on board their room, the women washer. assimilated scenario. the red gel ferdinand forget has been hit by a missile. the cruise job is to save lives and to put out the fire. the ship has just been through a maintenance period. the commanding officer captain george having to do or tells me that it is now crucial for the crew to get back in shape for future operations, including joint nato, exercises, rental noise door opening. but for us, it is an opportunity to train together to show that we are capable of operating together. and at the same time to show romanians that were a security provider in the black c region. 14 good, jeanette, i'm sick. what he thought them buzzing and what he neglect. since becoming a nato member romania has increased its defense spending to just over 2 percent of the g. d. p. investing in the modernization of its forces and investments deemed
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necessary, given security challenges in the region. the sailors here say they're not afraid of a russian aggression. still, the government has been calling on needed to boost its military presence in the region. crimea annexation was a real shock to romanians because it literally happened on their doorstep. says armand, go show a russia expert in bucharest that got roger i kid i think if russia fires a rocket from crimea will it will arrive in bucharest in 10 minutes. the biggest shock, however, was not only the fact that russia and next crimea, but the fact that the west did not respond, he will not on the streets in bucharest, the mood seems to favor hosting additional nato forces in the country. yes or no, it's a good thing. it can only have a positive influence and where safer? he thought that's it. now when that yes, considering that we are strategically positioned between the east and the west, we have the black sea as well. oh bobby, she might, i,
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nagra was very good. i think it's a bad thing. romania is not under threat under any circumstances happens when we draw for more. nato has already stationed up to 4000 troops in romania, 900 of them. are you asked service members with additional forces on their way? the americans are doubling the number of soldiers here on board, dera gerald ferdinand. the crew is gearing up for new missions. we don't talk politics. they say we're here to do our job. whatever it takes, the dentist and economy has almost completely collapsed since the taliban to control many of the country's pers, community, especially the children, are suffering from a lack of food. so weeks hardier had nothing to eat. her mother could no longer breast her and the family couldn't
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afford to buy milk. 14 days ago they brought her to the hospital and cobble cut off with us because she was much worse before she's fed milk every hour and shouldn't keep it down because the family situation has severely deteriorated in the past few months than i have skyrocketed . i have 3 sons and the daughter, my son, and we were able to buy food, but recent developments of hitches massively, especially the device ation of the currency and inflation. i'm a widow and live in someone else's apartment ness sakina usa fi would normally look after 5 patients. now she has over 20. the number of people currently seeking hospital treatment far out strips capacity. was in the clear yes. that issues formation. you must say more and more of the children. we see here
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a malnourished was this. when you go to our mission, we need more medicine, more space, more staff and other resources for the many patients in new york me. recently the international red cross has been supporting the hospital with financial aid and medicine. the tar comes from a suburb of cobble and brought her son to the children's ward. jo, most my husband is a, he's not been paid for the last 3 or 4 months. i sold a ring, so i could bring my son here for treatment. the family can only afford tea and bread to eat. often there's not enough money for gas for heating or cooking. so tara has the equivalent of just under 20 years left from the sale of her ring. she doesn't know how she'll get by off to that lower than who might have missed my son,
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and we can only keep the children here for a maximum of 2 months. we can't keep them any longer because we have to make room for other children. and even in the future, people come to us from all over the country. jeremy number of the children only go home once they well enough, but often that back within a few months, when that parents have no more food left to give them more than 5000000 venezuelans have fled their homeland most have gone to neighboring countries. they were initially warmly received, even in feeling that says no change. the club carlo has travelled almost 6000 kilometers to get here. he's left everything behind in venezuela. his house, his work. he and his 3 children had headed south to chile. he led by
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a gallery that the right now chile is a stable country. it's better than elsewhere. that's why we wanted to come here. i hope i'll find work, and we can get ahead here and that our children will have a better life. who do but a little, you know, so that traveled for more than a week by foot by truck and by bus. now, i've reached cold chaney, a july and village with just over 1500 residence. it's time for a brief stop. live in for my because my husband is a programmer, i'm a lawyer. but none of that matters. we work anywhere in a restaurant for a hotel anywhere. as long as its honest work. it's the same for all of these families here that carried the young daughter for the past 2 weeks. for the
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children, this journey is an adventure. the adults however, know how serious it is and not only at the border once the entered chile, the migrants have to register and undergo hygiene measures, including having a pcr test. a large number of migrants have ended up in the harbor town of key k, where that being met with increasing hostility. many here lost their jobs during the pandemic. a recent rise and crime and violence has been blamed on the venezuelans leading to protests by local residents undergo in the last few months, up to 500 people have arrived here every day on a variety of that's up to $15000.00 new people in our small town per month,
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i just wanted to thunder gumble, i left you a mythical. thank you go. my children have grown up around chinese people. hindus, they know about coexistence. this is a free tried area, and there are many foreigners. but this is different. now criminals are coming over and nothing is being done about it in the mood and the kicker. in northern chile remains tense. ah, lalellah is a pilgrimage. satan, if you appear for orthodox christians, it has recently also become a target of troops on the breakaway province of to grey. ah lally bellas. rock hewn churches look peaceful in the morning light. they seem untouched by the events of the past month. labella has twice been captured, they fight us loyal to the t gray people's liberation front, or t p,
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an ethanol is vomiting. now government forces had regained control. at this time of year, one of the holiest orthodox christians, labella is normally full of international visitors and diaspora europeans. but most of them have stayed away worried that fighters could swoop in again from the neighboring t gray region. even though the teepee left promised in december to withdraw all their fighters by into t graham is alone. so many people have fled, asked, who stayed here and we suffered a lot of stress in your written got alone with, with the renton, right, missouri. laura shock about a point of their guns at us. i said the 2nd time they came, they raped women and beat and killed people. so deborah dos all get away from the churches. we meet the you on a letter. he used to work as a security guard at this now destroyed hotel. he tells us some of that he grain
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fighters used it as their headquarters. they left messages on the wall before they left. welcome to state of tea grey and no more at european. i am to grain the writing says the hotel was probably hit vine and drawn, experts from the dutch and jail parks have identified these missile fragments as part of a bond fitted to a turkish drone. turkey has been criticized for possibly selling the drones tooth european government. the drones are also thought to be responsible for numerous civilian deaths in ethiopia, civil war. in fact, all parties involved in the conflict have been accused of committing atrocities. according to the united nations and rights organizations this kindergarten is now a temporary camp for volunteer fighters called funnel. oh wow. yeah.
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no, no group has signed up many new recruits since the to grey rebels 1st attack labella, including women. i'm not today sir, is one of them. and listen to me my, my friend who was like a sister to me was raped, but she so young minimum with i get a chance to find them. i will fight them to my last breath letter. here. what is closer to this number, any mr. gun? peggy ah, the funny fighters are celebrating 50 of them. i man, not among them are traveling to the border between m hora and t grey. the volunteer fighter say, they want to defend the border region in case the t p l f attacks again attention
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