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this is the the new news live from berlin searching for a reset a new attempt to repair the european union's troubled ties with turkey turkey's president era to want to host a top officials for a face to face and i'm sure on the agenda migration trade and human rights. are looking for common ground. also coming up india records around 100000 new coping 1000 cases for the 2nd day in a row there are now calls on the prime minister to open up vaccinations to more people. and big drama in the quarter finals of the champions league title holders
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liverpool suffer a setback against real madrid and manchester city's standoff in the fight on the. way of a craft good to have you with us we begin with a new beginning or at least an attempt at one european union's top officials have met with turkey's president and in attempt to improve relations president right after one says he wants to turn a new page in relations with the european union but the e.u. is concerned about turkey's record on human rights. it's the years since the european union's most senior officials last met the turkish president both sides say they want to improve relations which have become increasingly strained but the
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. europeans have serious concerns about turkey's assertive foreign policy and its often heavy handed create meant for minorities and political opponents the rule of flu introspect of fundamental rights or values of the european union and we should. decrease on the latest developments in turkey in this respect in particular on the freedom of speech and the thought it into of political parties and media. and today show michelle and i clearly underlined that respect for fundamental rights and the rule of law are crucial for the european union this must be an integral part of our relationship turkey must respect international human rights rules and standards. there's a lot at stake millions of refugees who fled from syria's bloody civil war are
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living within turkey's borders they would otherwise head for europe and ankara once the e.u. to pay more to support them turkey for its part is keen to advance its stalled bid to join the european union. thousands of demonstrators turned out recently to protest against turkey's decision to pull out of an international agreement on women's rights ironically that school the istanbul convention both the e.u. emissaries condemned that move the sending the wrong signal on rights. another area of dispute is turkey wanting to drill for gas in the mediterranean in areas which greece and cyprus see as their territory the latest talks between the e.u. and turkey aimed to mend fences but there are still huge differences to overcome. earlier respected of the of course by a dorian jones in istanbul and i asked him how successful this meeting was
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resetting in turkish relations. well certainly seen this is a major diplomatic when the fact that 2 top officials were prepared to come all the way to turkey and meet face to face at a time when these these meetings are extremely rare is seen as a victory in itself and while there was a lot of focus on turkey's to to rating human rights record at the press conference after the meeting a press conference that wasn't broadcast by most of turkish news channels here uncle will be focusing on the commitment that they have received for the opening and starting of the customs the modernization of the customs union agreement that is a key demand and also appears the all opportunity of possible visa liberalization with the e.u. officials talking about the importance of face to face contact between the 2 that will be seen as possible efforts and liberalizing visas for all of the country another key demand. is definitely seen this is
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a positive victory given the fact that the u.s. president biden is continuing to do one at the present moment following his election victory so turkey's seen is a positive spin a turn out of some other stories making news around the world. diplomats have been meeting for talks aimed at salvaging the iran nuclear deal european countries are mediating between iran and the united states to try to bring washington back into the agreement that the former trump administration walked away from of tehran and washington called the talks constructive. alexina vollies doctor has been briefly detained after trying to visit the jailed russian opposition figure his penal colony police also bundle journalists and supporters into a bus jailed opposition figure who is on a hunger strike has been complaining of a fever and back pains. me and maher protesters in the city of dolly have
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held a candlelight vigil to remember those killed since the start of the military coup as dawn broke they marched through the town jervas a security forces have killed at least 570 people since february. indian state leaders are calling for a wider vaccination rollout as the country faces a record surge in corona virus cases nearly 97000 new infections were reported on tuesday close to monday's record a senior health official has warned that the fight against cove in 19 over the next few weeks will be quote very very critical. hospitals across india are seeing an influx of patients with covert 1000 and they're turning up in record numbers the rising cases is leading medical experts to warn that this wave could be stronger than the 1st with new variants reported from south africa brazil and the u.k. the enough about face exploding all that before we have this inevitable but.
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it is not a single person in the family. is because the. majority of cases are in the state of maharashtra home to india's financial capital mumbai nearly 60 percent of all of india's new cases were found here in just over the last 2 weeks curfew is now in place with tightened lockdown restrictions and it's being welcomed by some. undefined lockdown is imposed that hadley's people will stay home safe and the current virus will be under control. the government has issued almost 80000000 vaccines it hopes to inoculate 300000000 people by the end of july and last week it opened its vaccine drive to those over 45 years old. but the coronavirus hasn't stopped politicians running for regional elections gatherings continue in several states talk to say not enough is being done to contain that
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risk and warned that cases may bellew and in the coming weeks if i were. in that group and your behavior which is the one thing for this right so i think the whole country needs to understand and start practicing it from today don't go out of the house and if necessary avoid. people collecting in closed rooms maintain social distancing and never never step out of your house without a mosque many him may have thought the pandemic was the. kind of but now india may have to prepare for another deadly few months. no country in latin america has been hit harder by the pair that make then brazil now many of the nation's poorest city citizens are making a cry for help residents of the country's impoverished favelas have staged protests blaming the government's pandemic response. to these protesters
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a sending a message to their government brazil is hungry. here and sao paulo's largest openness residents say emergency aid doesn't go far enough i mean there are protests there though my fear is that my daughters will go hungry one of them still under 18. this is also my granddaughter and i think to myself well they go hungry and like myself up until december the brazilian government provided those in need with around $1000.00 euros per month in 8 community centers like this one of been offering free meals but donations have dropped president both scenarios administration is once again offering help but a more modest amount a community movement known as g 10 is demanding more. false images sold since in point perhaps the emergency a lot of $23.00 euros is enough to buy
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a domestic gas cylinder 5 kilograms of rice and one kilogram of a family can't survive a month from that it's shameful brazil is a rich country and letting its population go hungry and the pandemic is still out of control brazil is a country in crisis and there's not much light on the horizon. and iceland hundreds of hikers have been evacuated from the site of an erupting volcano as after new fissures opened up on the mountains spewing lava smoke and steam the spectacle has proved a huge draw for tourists since the volcano roared to life last month. a sight to behold iceland's spectacular nearly 3 week old bookending corruption has entered a new phase 2 new fissures have opened near the rich know site in the gallatin get down to a valley measuring 200 meters in total and la voz also spewing from the new openings . some of the most impressive thing is this river down into the valley actually
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more than the fissure itself good research. the new lava river is flowing down through the hills for hundreds of meters from the fisher and into neighboring you had to live valley. we had to do crack opening up. right developer of people or. so. what we do we just cleared out the idea to try to figure out what is happening here. because people are going to. have to go outside there's you cannot be like you said. it's beautiful but possibly dangerous authorities have sealed off access to the side as a precaution and began evacuating sightseers more than 36000 people had visited the
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site since the ruction began in mid march iceland has more active folk a nose than any other country in europe but an eruption like this hasn't happened and there they can as peninsula since the 13th century. are stronger sports now there were 2 champions league quarter final 1st leg played on tuesday night that chester city has of course here dortmund the german side suffered some heartbreak when phil fogg scored in the 90th minute to give city the win meanwhile you're going club's liverpool side were completely outplayed in madrid the reds will have to make up a 31 deficit in the return leg. let's get a little more now on this big night in european football i'm joined by my colleague here in the studio at me howard w. sports big night or almost for dortmund they were this close to living down with a perfect result they were heavy underdogs going to manchester city manchester city leaving the premier league they've got a 1000000 small pounds worth of players in this squad picardy ehlers the coach they
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were heavy favorites they scored early against open in the 19th minute they got to one nil right at the half time but dortmund were down and out it looked like but then on the 60 minute mark something clicked the door open and there i would have fought back and then it culminated in the 4th minute when marco royce scored to level the match at 11 away from home me thinking i could leave manchester at 11 and go back home with a big big chance of getting through to the semifinals but then hot break in the in the 90th minute defense has been dormant problem all year long and phil followed and it was the young englishman who scored in the 90th minute and they have a victory drop snatched away from them at the last moment it could have been perfect it's still not totally bad it's not impossible for them to win it on an advance but it was so close to playing absolutely perfect so close but not close enough what about liverpool tell me 31 is that a good reflection it's a fair reflection it's not a great sign for the moment they're going to have to go on to anfield and come back
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from 3 goals down but they were just outplayed and we've all been looking all football fans like you and maybe have been looking for signs that little pool are going to bounce back into some sort of form and find joy that they are playing with 2 years ago you can clock was all smiles and fist pumps the sun many times at anfield away from home in madrid playing the team who beat them 2 years ago in the champions league final and they just looked out played from go to war 31 was the school one and it looked exactly that and at the end of the game you see if you get an understanding of the person the clubs and he's chasing the red. the pitch chewing there is all about things that didn't go that way but this magic that was with liverpool with co-op and everyone was in love with this team it's evaporated it's that looks like a real struggle now they've done it before at anfield against barcelona so that we know they can do it and come back from huge deficits but this looks different looks like
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a scene that is going to have to rediscover something that's just not that anything can happen i guess but matter of luck and the howard colleague it every sports thanks so much thanks will. and i will include chris we have business news coming up next with jenelle delay on follow us on twitter at the end of the year news will have more fuel at the top of the hour special watch. on the. after city matters to us. that's why i'm so into their stories. reporter every weekend on d w. and you hear me known for years we don't need you and how the last years judgment starts now we bring you
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a makeover and you've never been surprised to see so what is possible who is medical really what moves them want also to talk to people who follow them on the way maurice and critics who join us from eccles law stocks. are the clouds of economic crisis finally beginning to clear the international monetary fund or raises it to outlook for global growth for this year but it's a lopsided picture. also on the show calls from in a moment global corporate tax rates are getting louder starting with the u.s. treasury secretary john that yellen something europe say they're all for it. and contact lens shopping in moscow and white data activists are steering clear of it.
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this is the w. business i'm joined now on half the you can join us. well here's the good news the global economy is expected to grow by 6 percent this year the bad news the rebound will be far from even and there might be permanent scarring that's the message from the world economic outlook a report by the international monetary fund that has just been released take a look. if all goes according to plan it would be the fastest expansion of the global economy since the i.m.f. started tracking growth in 1988 the fund says such an optimistic forecast is only possible thanks to a repetition cool response to the pandemic but there's no doubt some sectors have suffered irreparable damage now because the crisis has exhilarated the transfer made of forces of digitalisation and automation many of the jobs lost are unlikely to return requiring work or reallocation across sectors which unfortunately often comes with sylvia earning penalties. swift policy action worldwide including 16
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trillion dollars in fiscal support prevented far worse outcomes the i.m.f. predicts the rollout of covered 19 vaccinations and huge sums of government guide will trigger a powerful rebound from the pandemic recession. but the funds chief economist warned the recovery would be unequal with already poor countries falling further behind diversion recovery parts are likely to create whited gaps in living standards across countries compared to pretend to make expectations the i.m.f. predicts the global rebound will gradually lose momentum and return to pre-code levels of just above 3 percent annual growth countries will once again have to deal with the same obstacles they faced before the pandemic including aging workforce as in most rich countries as well as in china. now the u.s.
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is set see the most improvement in its growth by the i.m.f. raising its forecast for the u.s. to 6.4 percent this year let's go across the pond to yes carter he's standing by for us in new york yes put that number into context for us good better than expected what do you think. well i mean it's not that there are no risk out there but overall this growth rate is quite impressive we're talking the biggest growth since roughly 1984 here for the united states and what's clearly helping is so all the mess 6 nations right now in the country we have a rate of about 3000000 of exceed shots a day here in new york starting on tuesday so today and everybody is being 16 years or older is eligible for a vaccine so that clearly helps and if you can see it maybe in the backgrounds of small businesses slowly coming back colophon you announced on tuesday that they are
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hoping to fully reopen the economy by mid june so there are a lot of positive signs for the u.s. economy overall at this point you know i'm going to put my vaccine and yes side yang's because i want to talk about something else now major coronavirus spending has of course given the u.s. an obvious advantage but it's also financed by growing debt do you think that's a concern. definitely i mean that all might jim haunt us pick them in the future i mean if you look at it so far already the u.s. government tests this role in about 5 trillion dollars on this pandemic and on top of that we might see in the infrastructure plan that joe biden is talking about in the amount of goods 2 trillion dollars and yes that money has to come from somewhere joe biden wants to reach that with in the increase in texas but also if you look at states or if you look at cities like new york for example every put in its money and so you can be quite certain that we will see
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a tax increase is not just on the federal but also on a cd and on stage a level so that is definitely something we have to deal with in the future so yes everything has a price and this price tag for this is a mess of prices has been huge everything has a price yes carter there. now here's something else the i.m.f. has said it's in favor of a global minimum corporate tax rate u.s. treasury secretary janet yellen has been calling for one especially to prevent corporate tax avoidance he idea is also finding supporters here in europe the british virgin islands are highly prized by some corporations the ones that shift profits across national borders into shell companies in order to pay hardly any taxes u.s. treasury secretary janet yellen proposal for a global minimum tax rate of 21 percent was aimed at these companies washington
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urgently needs additional revenue because the pandemic is costing billions the u.s. treasury loses nearly $50000000000.00 a year to tax cheats according to the advocacy group tax justice network germany comes in 2nd and france is also among the top losers no wonder yemen is finding support in europe. the u.s. treasury secretary janet yellen said yesterday that she's in favor of a worldwide minimum corporate tax write this is a matter that i've been working on for a very very long time. but let's take the american 21 percent and use it as a global minimum tax rate and these could fly and also and business the tax havens oh side if you will as well it's in your. it's not only caribbean islands that are among the world's most attractive tax havens e.u. members the netherlands and luxemburg are also among the top 10 and that's why e.u.
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parliamentarians like sudan gold are grateful for the support from washington this is the moment we were waiting for and we will take your 21 percent and we move to poland as basis for global deal if they make that move we have a chance that this will become policy very soon because the public budgets are you know everywhere globally we simply need the money and so the pandemic could now make possible what seemed impossible for decades reclaiming huge amounts of tax revenue. now to some of the other global business stories making news swedish clothing giant h. and m. says it will lay off more than a 1000 employees and close 30 stores in spain due to the pandemic the retailer said it would prioritize voluntary departures wherever possible while sales at stores have fallen sharply online sales have topped 40 percent in the past year.
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new zealand is opening a travel bubble with australia the 2 countries presidents can travel without quarantine from april 19 more than a year after new zealand closed its borders to curb the coronavirus the country's tourism sector estimates the bubble will bring around $705000000.00 u.s. dollars in business. france will give 4000000000 euros in aid to air france scaled them to try and keep the company aloft during the pandemic that will double the french government stake in the carrier to almost 30 percent making it the airline's biggest shareholder authorities approve the move. to key credit suisse executives are leaving amid the meltdown of the american arcade goes hedge fund the swiss bank was invested in drastic action kongs as the lender of a $4700000000.00 loss from the implosion. facial
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recognition technology has made contact list payment easier and russian supermarkets but there are activists warn against trading privacy for the w.'s. went shopping in moscow. cash cards and cell phones so yesterday today is a blink of a camera lens is all it takes and the tap is paid to face i did acknowledge it is now operating in around 50 of the x. 5 retail groups moscow supermarkets just look at him and his ilk through their mobile we want to make it convenient for customers they save time and don't need to get out their phone a wallet just press a button the system reach their face and they can go home quickly or sister my. cell phone or facial recognition payment is only available to customers who have accounts with a major russian bank and for that they have to provide to the bank with their
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biometric data once studied by a credit card institute shows 70 percent of russians would be willing to use of the technology once they've heard about it. never heard of it before and if you could would you do it you might not maybe. i don't know you ready for this not yet students and now they're going to recognize our faces to grangeville have to get used to that. yet facial recognition technology is already a part of everyday life from lost by more than 170000 cameras register and regulate to public life half of them without a face while it's a blessing for police officers it's a curse for data protection advocates convenience or data protection which is more important in russia to fear of mass surveillance and of the misuse of personal data is growing despite the vicomte fought technical progress offers. privacy activist.
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are campaigns against the that must use of facial recognition and is critical of russian law she says as they are too vague and to don't protect personal data well nuff pulver has even sued in moscow city government without success. are biometric data is part of our private lives which no one is allowed to enter with their dirty shoes once it's deposited you can never get rid of this data your voice your gate in your face that's data that accompanies us throughout our lives. that became apparent to during recent opposition protests hundreds involved in an authorized demonstrations over the last few months have been subsequently investigated and punished by police in moscow. not to dr protection arguments haven't convinced software developers as they're currently under lies in customer
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reactions to the technology the goal is to later install facial recognition cameras in more than 6000 self-service terminals across russia. and that's it from us thank you very much for watching. we are all in this together it was the slogan on social media back when the corona pandemic started playing out. around the world that has since then become clear that the former are suffering the much economic inequality in the us the 2 reinforce each of. the readers. on t.w. . place face angelus francia. infinit
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to trace the game. includes the tallest biggest and the most beautiful structures. his home massive churches or creative. consciousness the federal sphere starts april 12th on d. w. . welcome to global 3 thousands. this week we focus on one of our world's biggest problems inequality societies where the gap is huge between rich and poor and where many people are being left behind and that was the full the pandemic. we go to indonesia which due to the coronavirus lockdown is currently in the midst of a baby baby it's making life tough for many mothers. and in the face of this
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rising inequality. we ask what can be done about it and discover that we can learn a lot from europe life. in many societies today there's a sharp divide between rich and poor between those who have and those who don't and despite living in the same country these different groups often feel little connection to each other. this gap. is. it's having the effect of pulling us apart. the numbers say it for themselves the world's richest 10 percent own 83 percent of global wealth. and the wealthiest one percent owns an amazing 44 percent of global assets.
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nor is there much hope on the horizon. in many countries the global pandemic has widened the gap between rich and poor around half of the world's 3300000000 workers have either already lost their jobs or are at risk of doing so. foreign lightman thinkers it goes without saying that all people are morally equal but that appears naive or even cynical in light of the vast and enduring inequalities between rich and poor in countries around the world when the coronavirus pandemic erupted it was often claimed that it hits all social classes equally hard some politicians and celebrities even went so far as to claim it would help promote equality in society a bathrobe clip from madonna is just one example.
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but is that true. or not i can't think of a single country where it is in. a conflict to want. that would mean the richest lose and the poorest are least affected what we see is the exact opposite. of public health researcher richard wilkinson studies the social and health effects of income inequality. and what is. happening during and because of the pandemic corresponds to a central thesis of a book he coauthored. the spirit level published in 2009. life is much shorter in lower social class and in britain if you take the richest and poorest 10 percent you find 10 year difference in life
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expectancy. sometimes. the biggest social injustice in modern societies. are human rights abuse in countries with high levels of social inequality the rates of covered 19 infections and deaths are also high the gini index is a measure of income inequality south africa and brazil are both very high up in the rankings meaning they have some of the highest rates of inequality according to this measure the united states has one of the highest rates among developed nations the virus has hit especially hard. ellen works in berlin for oxfam an ngo that focuses on alleviating poverty worldwide. in need of the pandemic has hit in the world that was already characterized by massive inequalities driven by the climate crisis and poor working conditions.
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of. our analysis shows that the pandemic is merely making preexisting inequalities even more extreme and hits the poorest the hardest often learned. what makes countries marked by extreme inequality so vulnerable more vulnerable than even some of the least developed countries it seems one contributory factor is the interaction between rich and poor the 1st person to die of covert 19 in rio de janeiro was a 63 year old to mess. stickwork or. she caught it from her employer a very wealthy woman who had been infected with the virus in europe and passed it on. there are many such stories domestic workers that contract the virus and introduce it to their families and neighborhoods where it can cause devastation . and living at very close causes drives infection among people
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who have no way to protect themselves. right there is still into action between rich and poor households which also spits the virus the difference is that the rich seek medical treatment while the poor often don't or can't statistics show that the poor have been disproportionately hit by the pandemic both regard to their health and their opportunity to earn a living according to the gini index south africa is the world's most unequal country millions of day laborers found no work at all for weeks on end during the lockdown many others also lost their jobs. hungry and angry people took to the streets to protest. with looking at years of calling our way back to where we were and who are already in quite a bad situation with regard to the labor market. and.
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so it's just very very scary for for the strip for less skilled south africa. the world bank estimates that covert 19 could push as many as 150000000 people around the globe into extreme poverty and there's no evidence that the disease is an equalizer not even in developed nations. in the wealthy and knighted state more and more people are so desperate that they're lining up for food donations. obvious 19 is being likened to a next ray revealing. fractures in the fragile skeleton of the societies we have built while we are all floating on the same sea it is clear that somebody super yachts with others are clinging to drifting debris. what can be done to reduce inequality in some scholars say governments around the world need to introduce a minimum wage implement affordable health care for all raise tax rates for the
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wealthy and jane tech companies which are doing great business in the pandemic and affirm the importance of the welfare state. i see one good thing possibly resulting from the crisis that the state and its actions will be less discredited with what is the both is a state supposed to do right now 3 don't want big grand projects ever got nothing to do with empowering people so what the pandemic has made very clear is that if people have basic rights interest to quality health and quality education and the ability to actually do their best as individuals that's also the key surely. to empowering yourself as a mary to coke whether. even if governments and societies commit to reducing inequality it could take decades to achieve significant progress some
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inequality scholars say even now individuals can make a difference less self-seeking more solidarity and empathy with others the pandemic may have brought out the best in maybe people. i think as well as reducing the differences in the short term we have to do things about. trust among us a more equal that is more cohesive more public spirited more concerned with. home in a different way. the current pandemic will not be the last crisis the world faces but what seems clear is that more equitable societies are also more resilient in many ways and thus better prepared to face the future. and this resilience is far more than just
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a theory finland for example boasts one of the narrowest gaps between rich and poor in the world and so far it's managed to navigate the pandemic fairly on scathed in fact now whether a new country has such low infection rates. finland's government headed by prime minister sonam irene places great emphasis on welfare policies. in south america and one country has proved exemplary cheering the coronavirus crisis in iraq why we headed back to find out more. this year has been a stressful time for the little brass see all my old family in montevideo guillermo was born 2 weeks after the start of the lockdown in itself a joyful occasion but they couldn't share it with anyone or get any help because on a christina and her husband martine along with the children had to go into
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quarantine that was a suspected case of covert 19 and their circle of friends. they have with them in the boat also it was terrible for us because the grandmothers couldn't come no one follows all our brothers no one could come and the baby it was really tough only gradually were they allowed to visit us on higher. the following months were full of uncertainty as you're a great went into lockdown on a christina works there's a psychologist and noticed the strain on her patients. it was a constant climate of fear but there was a threat that you had to protect yourself from. something that was eating away at us so i had. another door when i saw all my patients who worries. most of them or younger people who you might have thought they would just go with the fly. but now they struggle just
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a sign that you wise as you. now 7 months later the world looks very different the borders between your away and its neighbors are still closed but the small country is so far doing well with less than 100 and only a few 1000 cases overall although infections have now risen sharply again schools and universities closed for a few weeks in the spring it was the same for shops. but now the streets are busy again many people voluntarily wear masks in public there's still a need for caution but there is also an obvious sense of relief that things are not worse than they are the mood is also upbeat at the pasture research institute when the pandemic started in march they were able to respond immediately with nationwide testing the testing kits came from these laboratories they say the approach taken by the government helped. were not i think one of the big advantages in poor guy
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compared to other countries was that both the president and disc or on a virus team were good supported our scientists right from the start of so that the scientists were then able to make decisions in good time. and i also think that or of why as one of the few countries worldwide with an integrated health system where everyone has the same rights when it comes to medical treatment we're going to. have me god. for decades europe way has invested in its welfare state and that appears to be paying off now in the crisis the country is home to around $3500000.00 people poverty is definitely an issue in some areas and impossible to overlook in the capital still the mayor of montevideo is proud of the city and says here too everybody has access to health care. why or why has transformed its public health service over the past 15 years now in this
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emergency it's exactly this system that's playing a huge role. in this video has the best health service of any city in the whole of latin america. you know. here equates former president jose mohican is one of those credited with reducing the gap between rich and poor during his 5 years in office he simply known this painting here. he was president until 2015 and invested heavily in health education and social welfare now 85 years old he agreed to give us an interview in his garage but it elements have a certain level of prosperity allowed us to develop a social democracy. that has shaped the entire country. not only structurally and materially but also in terms of our way of life.
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we are no a country known for its tolerance where people are very civilised in their dealings with each other but also when there are differences of opinion or economic crises. going on we go personally i think it's one of the best places to be in the whole of latin america part of there maybe going to be in the. back to the deal brought my own family they've been enjoying meeting regularly with relatives and friends again so what do they think is the secret of your equates relative success in this crisis so far apart from good political decisions they think the country just got lucky to a certain extent. perhaps it's a different mutation of the.


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