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trying always to understand this new culture. so you are not a visitor, not the guests. you want to become a citizen in phil migrants, your platform for reliable information. ah, this week on world stories, training, ukrainian d miners in columbia. flying home in a wing suit in turkey. we begin in ukraine as the bitter war, wages on in the eastern part of the country. more and more ukrainians are voluntarily returning home from abroad.
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boris office, people in his town of boots and that's pressed. so and with it a little bit of normality. this is what his cafe looked like when he came back a few weeks ago. he said the russians stole every thing. even his st. nearly every thing is working again. now. he's just missing a few windows. i crossed like broken bridge to go to the keel to, to get coffee to get milk forget. i like smoked some cookies after 1st guest come over here. and they said like, oh my gosh, you're the best you all been renewed. i miss the coffee next door. the block of flats is still standing but as badly damaged hit by several rockets or more chars. some people are returning here to keen to try to reunite their families and rebuild their lives every year. is one of them. she flat just after the war, started taking her 2 small children to safety and poland. she got back home just
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a few days ago, but the day cuz i'm many people want me saying we should stay abroad for longer. but it was my decision. yeah, i just realised that this conflict, this war could drag on fini jessica. sooner or later i had to come home on that ship is not a chest monistat that she and her husband michael, are. we're lucky. they only last a window upstairs. the people last pretty much everything destroyed by her rocket. iran knows the rockets could also come back and sometimes questions her decision to bring her children home to this is darcy. it's frightening, delicious. when you hear about new bombings, you immediately think, where could i run too? so how do i save the children? my bags are still packed. i haven't even unpacked them yet. and i was noticing that boris knows his wife and child are safe. they are still in switzerland,
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one element of certainty when everything still feels up in the air. i don't know what i'm going to expect to morrow because like, yesterday we got some students in the queue got bombed in p. o. i don't know. i'm not planning muffin, i'm just leaving by one day right now. and yet as he mixes cocktails again, he is making plans. he wants to offer other returning drinks and seating outside on the terrace this summer. ah, columbia is considered to have some of the world's leading expertise in clearing land mines. now it's engineers are training ukrainian soldiers 2nd lieutenant and counselor love. this is getting ready for a new training session. he's an instructor at the international, the manual center, a colombian army institution that provides training for national and foreign troops,
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including explosive devices. according to that, un, columbia has the 2nd highest numbering landmines victims in the world. this is the result of more than 60 years of internal strife between the armed forces, gary de groups and drug gangs. over the years, the country has become an expert on demand in following an agreement with nato 11 colombian demand specialist are now set to train ukrainian soldiers in clearing war affected territories, islam in wood and another ye representation, a great honor and a great way for us to represent columbia in the world, by sharing the knowledge our soldiers have acquired over the years, almost a little mouse. it is important to share this with columbia's allies so that they can deal with problems arising from the threats they face that we have and the conflicts they experience in. so going to so that they can solve them well if you
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plan, but it will mirrorless. oh, oh, according to colombian, military, at the height of the conflict around 80 percent of the weapons used to were anti personnel mines and none conventional explosive devices, like this book bama book that explodes when oprah lag the international demanding center place an important role internationally. the senior, the center trained 137 soldiers from 16 countries go more east through pal in the truck days. the greatest satisfaction is to be able to pass on this knowledge and this experience. it is the satisfaction of doing a good job of the mission accomplished, of being able to teach, not only our soldiers, but also foreign troops. knowing that this expertise has no borders, and that we can help people elsewhere who need the experience of the colombian army
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. to train enough to cranium soldiers will be financed by nato. i will take place in that european member country up there. can i say sion what it will include the use of explosive detection animals as well as advanced technologies for clearing territories in conflict to training and will be the 1st direct support provided by a latin american country to ukraine since their rush an invasion began. israeli volunteers have created a shuttle service to get sick palestinians to his railey hospitals for the medical attention. they need 7 a and a few kilometers away from this on checkpoint. your swell holsen's dwarf is late
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for his appointment to pick up a palestinian boy. you or sheila has met them before the day. they have made it through the check point quickly. it doesn't always go so smoothly of our little your, sheila wants to leave the chick point as soon as possible as the security situation here can rapidly deteriorate. and sobar hubble walk, bend her son, adam if just 2 hours to get to the hospital yet to love it and know i am of his it wouldn't work without him as, as a little more of a lot. there's no other way for us to get to the hospital in heaven, and this is a much safer way to get there. a man yeah, there, hoarsely, and they have to go there every other week. as a baby adam had a brain tumor. there is no proper treatment for him in the west bank. that's why he and his mother have a special permit to enter israel. but they are not allowed to bring their own car
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with them and there's no public transportation. so how do we can't afford to take a taxi from the check point to the hospital? the stem ariadne la, especially since my son has already been in treatment for 5 years and added well it comes with me. you or sheila is driving them for free? just like the more than 2000 other volunteers who work for the organization road to recovery. your sheila gets arrived twice a week. tea and dates included for a full, marcia festival for father visual. i can help promote peace by doing this with the palestinian children. only know his radius as soldiers and police officers and mainly associate them with vala with this also probably more, but in me when the kids see an israeli, who looks after them. so during the rides they talk about their daily lives and their kid listener. how are sometimes the usual assess this leads to friendship and
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the rights have changed his perception of the people on the other side of the checkpoint guide him because of the suicide attacks. some israelis had the misconception that palestinians place no value on other people's lives, but i see mothers here who care about their children like they do everywhere. once at the hospital, your show us mission for the days over. another volunteer will pick up sub pass and adam when they are finished, ah, changes. co chak is a turkish cable. car manager working at dizzying heights with them even brazier way home. he flies back in a wing suit. soaring high above the earth like a bird of prey, then landing smoothly on the ground for jane gives co chuck. it's the perfect a to in his working day co chucks day begins like many
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other people's in turkey, a last sip of coffee, then he's out the door. the rest of co chucks routine is less typical. for one thing, his workplace is purged at a 1200 meters altitude on mount above a dog on turkeys southern coast. his commute involves a cable car then his in his element at dizzying heights like these are, these are she didn't she fear awakens my curiosity. when i'm afraid i can sense myself logical co chuck needs the challenge. during his time as a paratrooper with the turkish armed forces, he discovered base jumping with and without a wing suit. he's one of the few people in turkey hoof masted. this extreme sport
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co check arrives at work and he's the manager of the above a dark cable car. he hangs his wing suit up by his desk, but apart from that, his work day has very little to do with extreme sports. me was axes. his job involves monitoring the cable cars, technical systems, and keeping an eye on the panorama restaurant and the viewing platform. after coach jack puts in his 8 hours, it's quitting time in a moment. he looks forward to each day. iniquity. i rarely take the cable car home because i can apply will tell you he puts on his wing suit as this is one of turkeys hobbs bull paragliding co jack can get a piggy back ride up to just the right cruising altitude.
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then he just spreads his arms and heads for hun at speeds of up to a 180 kilometer in our home is by one of turkey's most beautiful beaches. lou dennis ah, to land safely old coach jack has to do is open his shoot and he's almost time. 4 minutes of flying instead of 40 minutes by cable car. ah
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