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you. after a brutal. travel. the u.s. carriers are betting on the early signs of a rebound in passengers a man there called supply a frontier airlines has made its stock market debut but has its share price taken off. india steps up its vaccination drive has covered 19 cases search telling is now aiming to immunize everyone over the age of $45.00 but a ban on major vaccine exports has health officials in africa. and as the number of
wolves in germany grows farmers say they pose a serious threat to their livestock on the likelihoods. this is doing business on robots in berlin welcome to the program u.s. low cost carrier frontier airlines has made its stock market debut the company is banking on early signs of a recovery in passenger demand however it shares fell slightly below expectations during thursday trading spending most of the day just below frontiers $19.00 a share target domestic demand for flights in the u.s. is making a comeback as coronavirus vaccines continue but international travel is still well below preplanned levels. let's cross to our wall street correspondent culture and discuss this a little bit further so our airlines in the united states over the worst now yet.
right but it appears that at least the worst might be a very high end of the u. s. airline industry we already see a passenger numbers increasing and some allies like delta for example this week announced they will stop or end a program for those empty middle seats that does not mean that we are anywhere near where we were before the pandemic but at least we are well off the lows and that is a good sign and you already mentioned all the vaccinations here in the united states and when summer travel begins in about 2 months we will probably see passenger numbers increase even further business travel on the other side as a whole different story and if you look at the is i.p.o. from frontier at well i mean they started trading on the lower end of their plot price range and the stock didn't really move that much here on thursday but still it's a hopeful that we have an i.p.o. at all from the airline industry so that things continue to get better yes and that
is there an overriding sense of optimism beyond just the airline industry in the united states. definitely rob we see the u.s. economy again in quite some stream just here on thursday we got new figures from factory activity in the united states and that actually reached the highest point since 19 eighties 3 and overall the u.s. economy could grow by about 7 percent this year that would be the fastest growth since 1984 on friday we will get to the official numbers from the labor department for the month of march and probably for the month of march sorry and probably we might even see that's at these what some economists expect up to $1000000.00 new jobs for the past month so that would be pretty much one of the biggest increases in the labor market since the pandemic started still left and
right there are signs that the economy is improving even if overall specially if you look at the labor market it will take some time before we reach that level before the pandemic but yes the speed of the u.s. economy is quite astonishing nobody probably would have guessed that a couple of months ago. thanks a ring as of today. now health officials have warned that india's temporary ban on major coronavirus vaccine exports could be catastrophic for some african countries india has been providing millions of doses to the kovacs initiative which procures jobs for poorer nations but delhi is now moving to protect its own domestic supply as it fights a searching call 1000 cases. on thursday india reported more than $72000.00 new covered cases the highest spike in 6 months with a total of $12000000.00 active cases india is the 3rd highest in the world experts
say the country must accelerate its vaccination program and stringently follows social distancing you do absolutely important for us become you know good to people that this is not a shuttle affair and it leaves for the next 4 to 6 months we have to remain very strongly. it was the among the people but also the political decision makers and administrators the moment we sure like city of political will probably discipline the way this gives an opportunity until now india has administered around 65000000 vaccine doses to its own citizens and they exported a similar quantity to 76 other countries but political pressure on the serum institute of india the world's largest maker of vaccines to reserve more for domestic use has resulted in delays for up to $90000000.00 doses which were
destined for developing countries under the un backed kovacs program. for defense of. any west. from astra zeneca from media from. consumers. at the strip the african union had plans to vaccinate 30 to 35 percent of the continent's population by the end of the year any delay is likely to make that target impossible now some of the other global business stories making the news here cartel and allied countries say that gradually add back some 2000000 barrels per day of oil production from may to july as the global economy recovers from the current 1000 pandemic the moving creases production that was slashed last year to
support prices as demand sags during a pandemic recession. and a quick update on a story we brought you earlier this week nike has successfully blocked sales of these satan shoes the human with human blood and souls designed by rap and x. the sports brand argued the use of it swoosh trademark was a breach. that he used granted cypresses traditional teachings halloumi protected status means that only halimi produced on the island can be mocked to the broad under that name for reduces it's an economic but also cultural victory. they call this wife's goold and now after an almost 7 year campaign the people of cyprus can consider it there is and there is a little. from me to april the european union will officially consider the lummi a project unique to the mediterranean island. the decision won't only provide an
economic boost to the country it's also being seen as a symbolic gesture that could bring together traditionally feuding greek and turkish cypriots referring to the cheese in both languages cypriot president because on the south the artist tweeted a milestone day for her loony or hellene and for our country a shield of protection is now in place that it was to the benefit of all supreme producers greek and turkish. the salty cheese is a ready cypresses top export with the u.k. sweden germany and greece its biggest buyers. producers hope its new protected origin stations will further cement its image on the international stage. we think that this new designation will boost the value of the product and it will once again be recognized around the world as the supreme product. eaten in a salad or on a skewer for cypriots halloumi is more than just. a cultural identifier
whose reputation and distinctiveness will now be enshrined in e.u. law. despite being extinct in germany for over 150 years while making a comeback since the turn of the millennium there are now over a 1000 of them however their return has not been universally welcomed particularly by farmers who fear for their livestock and their livelihoods. that. these great pyramids dogs are a special breed trained to defend for acts of sheep and word on that wolf attacks 10 such dogs are working at gap yonkers sheep farm in germany's keefe region the shepherd is out with the team every evening he watches over us flock with a night vision device. despite the dogs the foot. and the gadgets are
needed because the wolves are hungry using cameras he and his colleagues have documented numerous wolf attacks. the unique thing about wolves is that they don't kill an animal and eat it we could live with that. they attack as long as they see something clean the thought when they run after it and kill it or injure it so badly that we have to put it down the next day . yet john kerry lost 102 of his 1700 sheep to wolf attacks last year that's a loss of 15000 euros which gets reimbursed by the state of lower saxony despite the help the extra effort to protect the flock is enormous his 3 employees must put up ever higher electric fences to deter the wolves the sheep are spread over several locations and have to be guarded $24.00 seventh's and extra expense in man hours that no one is reimbursing additionally there's the upkeep for the 10 guard
dogs and despite all of this effort the wolves attack the flock again and again. she was pregnant with triplets the unborn lambs were peeking out of the valley these are images that are really difficult in the long run. just 10 kilometers away a wolf pack has struck overnight 3 sheep from a hobby breeder were torn apart in an area very close to the houses. there are an estimated $1000.00 wolves in germany they are protected by law and cannot be hunted environmental activists like a on campaign for the preservation of wolves in germany he says damages by wolves are an unfortunate reality. let's and this at the end of the day from a conservation point of view we do want the. to reestablish itself here.
but shepherd get younker doesn't want to accept more wolves he wants stricter regulations avoid tax. he says if nothing changes he will soon have to give up his sheep farm. so if i'm in the business same box. entered the conflict zone the government of sri lanka has been strongly criticised of the un human rights council for. raising situation in the country and the increase marginalize ation of minorities my guest this week is just tough call i'm a good secretary history like has been history physically johnson is dumb enough to take the criticism seriously i'm still something about the conflict so folks in 60 minutes d.w.
. eco india. how can a country's economy grow harmony 6 people violent when there are do or look at the bigger picture india a country that faces many challenges and whose people are striving to create a sustainable future clever projects from europe and india to keep. body double. my 1st vice like mosul sewing machine. where i come from women are bound by this notion for women something as simple as learning how to write a bicep those isn't. since i was a little girl i wanted to have both bodies i belong to my home but it took me mr going to buy their. filing they gave up invention by a young bicycle but returns people sewing machines sewing i suppose was more apt procreate for girls than writing advice as no i want to reach all those moving back
home for bones by visiting teams and social norms and informed of old dead basic rights my name is the about of the homes and a war due to. this news africa on the program today covert 19 and cattle rustling in uganda villages in the region say the pandemic is feeling a resurgence of casual raiding and that the violence has left hundreds of women with and without means. and bracing for the 3rd wave in south africa people are making the most struck the loosing of calls at $900.00 restrictions as infection rates stabilize but as the end of summer approaches it's
feared the cases will start to rise again. hello i'm christy woodley it's good to have your company the covert 19 pandemic is creating havoc in uganda with people have reported a shop rise in incidents of cattle raiding not desperate poaches. without the economic opportunities are again resorting to stephen livestock is a region in north east in uganda it's home to people from the night last week if need group who are mostly agro postural who has now the resurgence off cattle receive a rating there has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of ship its who've been killed while trying to fight off the radius of their wages are now left to fend for themselves so one woman has set up an initiative to help the widows with skills
which they can feed their families. more. foreign words. but the money she makes from selling it is still not enough to feed her 8 children my husband was killed while looking after the cows and the cows were stolen. and that's a problem because here in the who don't reach you know caught a moment you know often means no food and although cattle raiding has a long been a part of life at 19 has made the situation worse local leaders say security forces are failing to protect people like more to know from the raiders so you have now all the police officers as well locked in their barracks supporters that want to raise another what is a nobody who can come out in the past year during the pandemic deadly cattle rates in the region have left 3 on the 15th when the widow. grace an old mole has been
helping them she found out where a group she set up to 8 women in the region we saw. they put what she did raid to do. so we do is we want to highlight had been we want to train them so that we empower them. by teaching them how to do some small businesses so that he took on happily desk. thrice to help the cattle raiders who feel they don't have a choice like a new young i want to start writing even if i have money it's only cattle that will help me and a young explains to rader's face at fortune tellers like betty yeah who predicts where cattle can be found that grace persuaded betsy to help or to underwrite the. stock going to look for cows you will die while you may have gone to pick house but
don't go again and that he will die out. we were today over at 19 also deep into poverty and. jobs were lost and that led to even more. grace helps both women and men become less dependent on cattle by starting businesses like beat making to defend make them leave. buy books for the children send their children to school and also another income do you know they've . been mining site where the mine gold says so people will come to buy. those relieved to be able to help her children with the money she makes from gold mining but is hard work for small returns i'm a guy but when i fail to find gold i can still go for charcoal burning for selling . for these communities
that are small economic businesses are enough to sustain their livelihoods because as long as poverty exists cattle raiding will continue. more than 1000 survivors of a deadly attack by the islamist insurgents in northern mozambique have arrived in the port off dozens were killed and more than 8000 displaced in the attack on the coastal town of poly last week the situation there is still unclear as communications have been cut short while the attack is seen as the biggest is collation off violence in the region since the insurgency started 4 years ago just ransacked properties and beheaded children and adults civilians one survivor describes what happened to her when the militias struck. i was a toll at the time of the day when the attack happened i was a tome after the shooting started i went out running without taking anything as you
see i was with my daughter sister in law and my neighbors and their sister and brothers as well and my husband's nephew they stayed in panama because they couldn't find the transportation to come to pemba. we were 7 days in the bush without eating without doing anything suffering. now the african union is calling for urgent and coordinated regional and international action in response to the attack the african union's chairman mustafa expressed what he called most concerned at the presence of international extremist groups in southern africa now the united nations also had this warning. you merit your call your droves to be escalation of violence don't go out of province continues to drive massive displacement from the recent attacks by not strain or
groups and only growing partial is reported. since march 24th the security situation remains road it is. sure. let's take a look at some other stories making news across the continent the libyan coast guard has risky at 138 migrants off to the boat they were traveling in capsized off the libyan coast among them would 9 women and 2 children officials say they were all transported to the naval base in tripoli where they were given medical treatment now the rescue came a day off the 2 women and 3 children drowned when a mother boat carrying dozens of europe bound migrants capsized over libya. and mali has launched a vaccination campaign against covert 19 health minister fantasy was the 1st person in the country to receive the jab in bamako during the event at the hospital
university said to frontline health workers called the astra zeneca vaccine which money received through the kovacs make an ism earlier this month the country has registered almost $10000.00 confirmed cases and $384.00 deaths that's according to fit is by the johns hopkins university. dozens of countries have banned south africans from entering and many flights have been suspended now their am is to prevent the spread of the covert $900.00 variant 1st discovered in the country which is highly contagious and also feared to be resistant to some vaccines but at the same time new infection rates in south africa dropped rapidly and appear to have stabilized news correspondent. report. camps bay in the summer is coming to an end and hardly anyone seems worried about the pen demick people are good about social distancing but they rarely observe the legal
requirements of wearing a mask to be honest i'm just enjoying the beach today i missed out on a lot. a lot of like the weekends just 2 minutes those days i missed i think. i am happy that i'm free i'm able to come to the beach and have fun and train for quite some time we missed the beach you see windy but i even in the summer you symbol iaido like all of a sudden love people couldn't come to the beach. away from the fish enjoying the sea you know seen the sun but this is life. even if. life was coming back to normal the economy's been open there's a sense of normalcy again here in cape town despite the absence of thousands of tourists who would normally be here at this time of the year but the whole world appears to be afraid of the new mutation of the virus that 1st 1st discovered here in south africa the 2nd wave from south africa was stronger than expected because
of the 1351 this mutation is thought to be as contagious as the british one but in january the infection rate suddenly dropped and the numbers have remained close. to nothing like in europe we have been here just. a minute and also. we went in opposite direction. and then there was any momentum and we want to sustain destruction. and then to lower levels and you know what that is all that was a high percentage of population. antibodies studies show that almost 50 percent of cape town's population has already. infected and in some crowd the number is higher the excess death rate suggests that nearly 150000 people have died from. by
religious fears that the south african variants could be more resistance to vaccines and previous covert infections similar to the brazilian one. but studies. says there is no evidence that the. mortality rate and they are signs of districts with. the. first wave seem to be badly affected during the 2nd wave makes one think of some protective effect. of some protective even picture with the previous. period but think if you're in fiction with various. against any preceding. nevertheless. already preparing for the 3rd wave by increasing testing capacities and because many people continue to
ignore the coronavirus regulations experts expect the number of new infections to rise again. now in kenya group environmentalist's have constructed using discarded plastic and not just a random but a traditional kenyan it's 10 metres long and. 7 tenths. water 3 years ago and has sailed during the last 3 weeks around lake victoria not full fun but for a mission. want to raise awareness of the environment and show that. is possible. isn't that something well that doesn't. a lot of the stories on conflicts nash africa were also on facebook and on twitter when he left thinking it's a scene it's an. innocent
lie behind me want to. discover new adventures in 360 degree. and explore fascinating world heritage sites. world heritage 360 get the maps now. the nominations for this year's brit awards are a good singer but in the running for the reprisals. but she's got some stiff competition more on that coming up on arts and culture and a designer gets her dues claudia skoda created edgy looks for music legends low. david bowie and cher now an exhibition highlights her ingenuity. and jewish humorists in germany take on it and see some it's as if.
it's a woman's world at this year's brit awards and that is a big change west year the brits were criticized for nominating only male acts in the best album category this year there are 4 women nominated and only one male artist. on the. charts out there doing a lead but is the best known nominee in the running with her album future in the style jack. is also. going. to w culture reporter my crew goes here for more about this year's brit award nominations might do a leap was got 3 nominations this year she already want to grammy for this album is this just going to be the dually push of maybe maybe but they also see 2 other female musicians with 3 nominations and 1st of all we have celeste
she has won last year in the category rising star and and now she's nominated for best female solo artist full best album and breakthrough artist she's a soul sensation originally from california and now she's british and she has this remarkable voice. down around you know. yes she does. not lead. she does and she's also a great songwriter also written songs for a couple of soundtracks and also 3 nominations in the same categories small pox also a new kind of from london very classic. so together was doing these strong women on the leading the race for the awards but
there's some stiff competition ok so that awards are about british music of course but there are also these international categories best international male artist best international female artist who should we watch out for there it's a bit confusing i was a bit surprised about the bruce springsteen nomination because he's the old rock he's from another generation and i don't thing that so many younger ones still know him but he has good chances to win also an award by the way the record labels have a big influence over who gets nominated so of course we have the most successful artists like. taylor swift for example she has just tricked the 1000000000 mark on you tube in just a few months with her latest song ok you as a music lover as a culture journalist just briefly who do you think should win should win. is
a very good word for it because i don't thing that she's going to him but i keep my fingers crops crossed for us and she is just special. know what i do for peanuts so to artist and the voice is so fine deep obscure but maybe she's just not mainstream enough for this so we're going to have to see the brits are on may 11th micah griego thanks so much thank you. now to a sashing designer elle magazine calls one of the women who defines 20th century style claudia skoda created net ware for singers donna summer cher tina turner and david bowie now scored his hometown of berlin is celebrating her with an exhibition of her designs the show's already been postponed twice because of the coronavirus but it's now viewable online and here on t w arts and culture. the exhibition dressed to thrill celebrates the heady early
days of claudius gotos career in the 1970 s. and eighty's. the fashion designer was a key figure in west berlin underground scene. her work was considered a fun card. does sign of a card is what the other said i never said to myself now i'm going to be out on cards it just happened somehow. or we simply did what we wanted of life and berlin was a bit freer in fact that and you can go about things in a playful way. also if. surrounded by the berlin wall and east germany west berlin was a little island of freedom skoda presented her clothes in an industrial complex and in her loft in a former factory building which she called. a group of creatives who were like a family to her lived and worked there. as fashion shows were like happenings or
performances with models who danced their way down the runway these recordings give a sense of the energy and mood of those days. even though given the police energy was pushed in part by our status as a kind of island we could move around within a certain framework and then we wanted to really move a lot because there was nothing outside we wanted ever. thing to be beautiful and exciting and interesting and also meaningful the daughter and small. david bowie and iggy pop lived in berlin in the mid 1970 s. and of course claudia skoda hung out with the city's creatives attended her runway shows musicians and artists such as martin kemp and that he photographed her in a subway station posing with her knitting machine as if it were a guitar. photographer jim 5 key to also took
a partridge's of her the other photos in the exhibition are almost all by well known artists evidence of scotus excellent connections. movies we did things for the sheer pleasure of it because we just wanted to do them and i had support from all of my artist friends my fabric noise family from everyone really but i probably couldn't have done it on my own as little cloudy or whatever that it was for life. and so she became the great cloud skoda who makes fashion into a work of art. i. makes people laugh of course but groups are groups that face oppression it can also be a way to process trauma here in germany a group of jewish cartoonists and humorists are using jokes to cope with discrimination their book is ironically called anti semitism for beginners.
that's art mr goldberg your account is in the red surprising given your surname. you're converting to judaism why we want to become part of the global conspiracy these are some of the city cartoons found in miriam how the. anti semitism for beginners which pokes fun at anti jewish stereotypes the new york born writer of jewish descent who has german roots came up with the book project at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. immediately old conspiracy theories started circulating like the jews are to blame for the coronavirus that really bothered me. so i told myself i no longer want to get angry i want to laugh about this instead. we're at berlin's jewish look at 200 long bookstore books from our yellow publishing house germany's 1st jewish publisher of
children's books are on sale here high pushed on founded 11 years ago these days she's also releasing books for adults like the kosher comics. who feel more. jewish humor takes a difficult or a sad situation or what have you. and exaggerates it or adopts a new perspective on it. and that creates a sense of relief. come on in russian she wish novelist bloody me or come you know has lived in berlin for 30 years is humorous works about everyday life of one of millions of fans he contributed a satirical text hiker's times and and says humor is perfect for countering anti semitic conspiracy theories in the form of wrong of course but it's
a nice fantasy imagining our planet is not simply circle the sun someone is actually directing communicating and controlling everything. but i don't think it's the jews. at least not those i know. the bestselling author says the humor in his novels stems from the train tragic scene. is that of course remaining detached is key i've always had this detachment from the world given my jewish roots which i never chose. we were always treated like strangers we were always outsiders kind of like living in a guest house golf hall but that i believe has helped me over the years like got as they get oil from you know i'm sorry jokes about jews and jewish humor are not the same thing. and. i. am a storyteller. since i need to. pay diddy on qana performing the jews are to
play a satirical song written in 1931 by clearly holland mocking the nazis anti semitism . in holland our german composer and humorist of jewish descent who was later forced to flee to the us. holland square has been named in his honor vivian cano often performs holland. she's also contributed a satirical text to me on how pushed arms and polish. and deal with it whether it's a virus spreading or a runny nose whether it's a failed relief package or a heavy cough whether it's climate change or rising sea levels whether it's a prolonged holiday or wages being cut the jews are to blame the jews are to blame for everything and i'm sure she says humor is the best way to tackle anti-semitism . because it's so grotesque and absurd that 75 years after the end of the war we're
still asking ourselves have people learned from the past and you feel that no they haven't that's why miriam her book is so fantastic because at the end of the day laughing is the best medicine. and it's the best the middle c. and. so miriam hyde the sham plans to continue publishing books that provide a humorous and lighthearted take on jewish life. for more arts and culture news check us out at d.f.w. dot com slash culture but for now i'll leave you with some images from spain where traditional perceptions ahead of easter have been canceled now for a 2nd year in a row to the coronavirus now some people in the city of seville are visiting a holy week exhibition instead.
enter the conflict zone the government or sri lanka has been strongly criticized of the un human rights council which warned them of didgeridoo situation in the country and the increase marginalize ation of minorities my guest this week is john up column a year secretary just 3 lanka's foreign ministry physically johns of these numbers who take the criticism seriously i must do something about the conflicts of the fish and 30 minutes on t w. look closely. to see carefully you don't know how to soon be nice to do good. actually. discover the ultimate.
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