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tv   World Stories  Deutsche Welle  July 10, 2022 4:02am-4:16am CEST

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ah, this week, unwilling stories in exile, russian journalists in germany, in the orphanage illegitimate children in indonesia. but we begin in ukraine where massive russian shedding has destroyed or damaged houses in and around give. in many places, people are now doing their best to rebuild and reconstruct. we met, cut out by chance on the site of the media main road above we were filming the destruction caused when a missile hit her building. she was keen to show us inside. back in march, when russian troops were advancing on key if fierce fighting took place in the area with hundreds of homes made an inhabitable of settles of all,
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everything is falling apart like here and here and she or boy, here with brown will, but that the water came, as you can see, is dripping on the windows here effect. it's the same in the room. everything is destroyed with nothing left. there are no windows year to walk or catch are says local authorities assess the damage, not long after the strike, but she hasn't received any help since then. both. yes, i paid for the repairs myself. i used all the money i had, and i installed new windows to keep the crows in the sparrows from coming inside me in the doing. the british old lady though she wasn't home at a time of the attack, you will catch, i see really come the shock of the miss, our strike lawman of all of the nipple. now i just can't imagine how such a thing could happen when you swim on us that the russians van you are so called brother's lawyers, could launch a war on us him yet so much destruction that the better. okay,
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and ukrainians will never forgive that. oh, oh rubio, the local authorities do what they can them the day to are overwhelmed nor do so. what else and more, there are 2 options. either people wait for payments from the regional or state government or we at the local level can also help problem. oh, well, we always had a problem finding people for such work. and now even more so, given the number of people went abroad, vicky we're gonna record along. the city counselor says temporary housing is planned for the cold, announcing that many vulnerable people in katy, our situation don't want to leave their homes, no matter how damaged they are. you will approve when you would have to go, you know, i will stay here because we need to fix everything. but i look as you can see, i'm trying with our roof while it's still summer time. look, i mean, because afterwards the rainy season will come. she's done it over me before. now,
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the russian troops may have left a key of area with the damage to have inflicted on civilian infrastructure will take months, if not years, to be repaired. ah, germany is the place of refuge for numerous journalists who have fled russia since the start of the war in ukraine. russia's last free media have been shut down and journalists persecuted some anal continuing. there were from exile, left it. there was of russia's little media, political science and secretary know schulman and journalist maxim, couldn't you go off? they talk show status, reached millions of us in russia. the radio station echo moscow was one of the last in russia to take a critical stance toward letting approaching that was until early march. okay, possible. so i, me, one day i woke up and saw that our youtube channel was drawn. so i hadn't heard from yahoo, that's when i realized i had to leave since whistle,
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which because the only reason i had stayed in russia was my work. so today we were watching the process story. now i had a choice either go to prison with them live in constant danger, all leave ah, conical for act in germany, there are several other countries. he says, it's important to him not to lose his russian listeners who are now exposed to escalating war propaganda. for a few weeks now, he has been hosting and newly found a trash and language program for german is built newspaper on youtube, including the schulman, came to germany on a fellowship that will get my when was it on the march 1st, we were shut down in the middle of a live broadcast. who would have thought that shortly after that we would be able to continue our broadcast and a completely different studio in germany. that would do that with the 1st of the maxim couldn't, you could get support from the n g o report us with on board us. he recently
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received a residence permit along him to stain germany. other russian journalists are waiting for their peters on the shush cove, also worked for echo moscow and had to leave russia for his own safety. his tourist visa is about to expire. after death. he can't legally stay a working germany for which official they deal with our stoba. i want to help change the situation in russia so that the regime there weren't laughs for me. so i can help most effectively by continuing what i do best informing people independently and telling them the truth. even if someone calls it a fake. clayton, it just because he called the russian attack a were such co risks being imprisoned in russia for up to 15 years. maxine, couldn't you coff has big plans. he and his colleagues, one to we lunch, a commerce school from berlin. i thought most of was of was teach so far. we haven't been able to re launch echo moscow because our colleagues onto allowed to
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enter germany yang isn't gonna go to store use if they could come here. we would have more power to educate people in russia about what's happening right now. wishlist shortly snatched up what is what? there is still a lot to do in terms of organisation. no maxim conical has to negotiate a possible broadcasting slot for echo moscow in berlin. he doesn't want to give up this tree. next up, the door flew region insta done. the consequences of the war in ukraine are also being felt here, especially due to the lack of wheat supplies. hundreds of thousands are dependent on food aid. now this aid has almost dried up this food, but hardly any customers people he and eastern to for simply can't afford what's on offer. even before the warn ukraine,
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prices here increased by 700 percent. this year, prices jumped again by another 200 percent for millions in sudan and across sub saharan africa. the situation is becoming unbearable. we'll let that doesn't that because at the level since last year the you and have stopped the food distribution to us. so consider more than 75 percent of the people in this camp have been left out of the u. n. system. mama war the few people who still get food aid and we will have their rations cut by 20 percent. go. la salva was 1st displaced by the war and a 4 in 2006, her and her family walked for months to get to safety. here in this camp in east and afore, since then, she and her 5 children have all been dependent on food handouts, but in the last few months, this aid has almost dried up dinner with them are due early my message to the
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international community. nothing if they really know the meaning of human beings, they should provide food to everyone who has affected by war. and we need peace and security. will a morsel in both east and west for most agencies have stopped their work completely. the only 8 arriving is for emergencies like he and chronic. after a recent deadly attack, the war new crane has forced the un and other agencies to even caught this help by more than half for solver and her family. this means they and millions of others in sudan, now face at devastating future ah, in indonesia, sex outside marriage is still a to b, especially in devout muslim families. unmarried mothers are heavily stigmatized and many have to get their children away.
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these children have one thing in common. they were all born outside of marriage. i have traveled to the city of semi rang in central java to visit an orphanage where some 80 children have been left behind by their parents. we met up with an expecting mother. let's call her retina. she has been waiting with 10 other pregnant women to give birth to a child that will grow up here without her. we have changed her voice to protect her identity. this was my mother's idea. for my family, it would be a disgrace to bring the baby home. they are worried about the family's reputation. my father even forbid me to contact my boyfriend of yours are terrible about leaving my child behind without the father. but i hope to visit from time to time. so now the 19 year old is helping out at the office.
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more women come here every day. the founder of the orphanage boys bono handy, has even had to turn women back due to the limited capacity. somebody in a young man all will calliah process all for i have said yes to help 47 women waiting for delhi for a big buffalo toyota that ma'am, among you life and are waiting here now we are simply overwhelmed. harry, we left the staff to take care of all the skill, look good because it would be a different matter if the women were willing to give their children a for reduction by now. and i would go by he but most mothers like retina would rather get the option open of returning one day. in indonesia society, pregnancy outside marriage is still to boot. and pre marital sex is widely unacceptable. lot of yes i am the morgan to the and apostles it the good the of that that be we're talking about stigmatization of women who are it's unbelievable thought science not just in this case versus a lot,
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but i'm wondering be stigma must have a couple of bar, i really ask myself yeah, bye. why are women always being stigmatized? let the people forget who made them pregnant. why young? in their view, it's always the woman's fallen in this kind of stigma is the result of a centuries old. patriarchal culture apples to apples on adult day about without ok . professor 3 tells me that because pre marital sex is still such a taboo in indonesia, many young women and men learn will to nothing about contraception. she believes that needs to change, not just to prevent unwanted pregnancies, but also to avoid the transmission of sexual diseases. that nice expecting her child in 2 months until then she will live in the orphanage right now. she is actually quite relieved that she no longer has to conceal her pregnancy. i used to wear a corps it, but over the time that was obviously no longer an option. i also got weaker and in
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my housing block, people started to ask questions. my landlord even tried to interrogate me. ratna is focusing on the future. she hopes the pregnancy will go well. one day, she would like to run her own business, and her biggest dream of all. to come back for her 1st child. ah. sometimes a seed is all you need to allow big ideas to grow. we're bringing environmental conservation to life with learning packs like global ideas. we will show you
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