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hoaxes. and who's behind the. news manufacturing ignorance starts may 3rd on d w. this is detail the news live from berlin tonight ending america's longest war president biden set september 11th of this year as the deadline for all u.s. troops to leave afghanistan biden says the afghans have the right and responsibility to lead their country and that the u.s. withdraw will be quote unconditional and final. plus the end for one of the
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original wolves and conmen of wall street bernie madoff the architect of the biggest ponzi scheme in history has died in prison at the age of $82.00. also coming up another vaccination setback in south africa where the use of the astra zeneca vaccine is already on hold now the suspension of the johnson and johnson vaccine is another huge blow to the country in its fight against a covert 1000. i'm on me it is if it's good to have you with us another day has been set for the longest war to end the longest war in u.s. history u.s. president joe biden has announced all american forces will be withdrawn from afghanistan by september 11th speaking at the white house president biden said the troop withdrawal would begin on may 1st and be completed before the 20th anniversary of the 911 attacks he added that the withdrawal would be done safely
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and in full coordination with washington's allies. the move will mark the end of a 20 year conflict for the u.s. the longest in its history. now we cannot continue the cycle of extending or expanding our military presence in afghanistan hoping to create ideal conditions for the drawl and expecting a different result and now the 4th united states president to preside over american troop presence in afghanistan 2 republicans 2 democrats i will not pass this responsibility on to a 50 after consulting closely with our allies and partners with our military leaders and intelligence personnel with our diplomats and our development experts with the congress and the vice president as well as with mr ghani and many others around the world i concluded that it's time to end america's longest war and it's time for american troops to come home nato secretary general young stoltenberg says
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alliance forces forces will also begin withdrawing from the country on may 1st alongside some 3000 u.s. soldiers there are about 7000 additional nato troops serving in afghanistan here stolberg speaking a short while ago in brussels we have been closely consulting on our presence and often on this on all the last weeks on months. in the light of the u.s. the fish and to withdraw all foreign ministers all night to discuss the way forward today. at the signing of the that we will start that would draw all of me to risk the support mission forces by may 1st our draw down or cordon i think the liberal. 3 so i'm picking people that would drop all or all of the troops within a few months any call of all types all know or troops during this period will be
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met with the forceful response. from washington i'm joined now by deal be correspondent carolyn and. carolyn a thanks for joining us bargain here is basically following through with the plan set by his predecessor president donald trump can we say that this is a bipartisan decision in some way. no an early i mean republicans as well as democrats are really divided on this issue in a statement on the senate floor minority leader republican mitch mcconnell set for example about the plan is reckless and a grave mistake he said this is a sign of retreat in the face of the enemy and other republicans joined him in his in this critic saying this is a capitulation from the u.s. and from the international side but also some democrats criticized president by this decision saying that this could to motivate the taliban to disability the
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country so no this is definitely not a bipartisan decision and it divides both parties is this also explains why it is a decision that was a made by former president donald trump by this now happening under a democratic president and our joe biden. now walk us through the details of the withdrawal here what happens between now and september 11th when they're supposed to leave. well the troops are going to leave afghanistan gradually they are not going to to leave the country all at once and we also know that this is going to to happen in accord in a good way with nato with international troops space in afghanistan following this and nato mantra in together out together president biden also announced today that a certain number of u.s. troops is going to remain in afghanistan in order to secure the u.s. embassy in kabul were diplomats yes diplomats will be vulnerable of course if
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security gets bad in afghanistan but we still don't know how many troops will stay in afghanistan and how dangerous the situation might get september 11th is the deadline as you said to withdraw the troops but this means this might also be completed before that symbolic date symbolic is right now the trump administration that signed a deal with the taliban last year that essentially acknowledge that the taliban will be playing a role in the future of afghanistan is there a sense there in the u.s. that this is somehow of defeat. well that is definitely the narrative of the taliban in afghanistan and they say they won this war and that this is why the u.s. and international troops are leaving the country but the narrative on this side is that the war has been long enough 20 years is a very long time and this is america's longest war and not only that this
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war has cost millions of of lives. millions of lives yes but also billions of dollars because president biden has big plans for this country after having passed for example that relief package of almost 2 trillion he is now planning and infrastructure bill that could also cost $2.00 trillion dollars so he needs that money in order to to reset to the u.s. agenda and of course a war is never popular. all right correspondent kelly did she more in washington thanks. let's take a look now at some of the other stories making headlines around the world. the minnesota police officer who shot and killed unarmed black man dante wright has been arrested prosecutors plan to charge kimberly potter with 2nd degree manslaughter she faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted the incident has
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prompted 3 nights of unrest near the city of minneapolis. at least 20 children were killed in a fire at a primary school in the western african state of new cher numerous other children were injured most of them were still attending preschool the fire destroyed several classrooms and blocked exits its causes still unknown authorities have launched an investigation. somalia's president mohammed of deliciously mohammad also known as pharma jo has signed a controversial law extending his mandate for another 2 years the move comes after a presidential election due to be held in february was called off the u.s. and e.u. have warned of further instability in somalia and have threatened sanctions over the new law. and the rollout of the johnson and johnson vaccine has been paused in the us much of europe and south africa after reports of rare blood clotting in a very small number of people health authorities said they were halting the use of
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the shot while they investigate the case the suspension has dealt another huge blow to south africa's vaccination rollout in february the country already stopped the use of the astra zeneca vaccine after it showed low efficacy against an aggressive local virus variant biotech pfizer jobs are only due to arrive next month and experts have warned of a looming 3rd wave. situation and hospitals there is already becoming dire and patients and health workers for patients and health workers in our next report we need a doctor who had enough of what she says are unsafe working conditions. doctors so little was she from by is weary of vaccines 9 years ago when she was 20. 1 she became ill with tuberculosis despite having been inoculated against it. before corona virus vaccines reached south africa she resigned from her post in a public hospital because she didn't feel safe anymore. oh ok 6 of us still as
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the as they were when i checked. in takes you top you know which i feel is a huge problem it's a huge problem and shows that after all these years you know the odds are somewhat of. a former colleague made this video of supply here she is wearing full personal protective equipment but she says that in the hospital where she worked it was either not available or inadequate sify but worked in intensive care and as a midwife she's been at home since she left at the end of the year even though she feels guilty about leaving she believes she did the right thing. medical staff are badly needed but her life has to come 1st. hundreds of doctors and nurses in south africa have already died from cope at 19. i really felt as though i was working in a system that didn't really care about my own life and where i was going to make it
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to tomorrow not you know especially seeing more the health workers dying the tributes online you can't help but think that that's going to be unix. those fears are justified only a few $100000.00 people in south africa have been vaccinated there aren't enough doses to go around at the current rate it would take 16 years to vaccinate the whole population south africa would like to manufacture its own vaccines but the patents are all registered overseas the only way i'd go back is if i'd be able to control. you know my exposure to illnesses you know and if i am exposed to illnesses make sure that i have the correct effective p.p. . civil not also needs to be vaccinated but while she's no longer working as a doctor she doesn't mind waiting. bernie madoff the architect of a ponzi scheme that scammed thousands of investors out of billions of dollars has
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died in prison he was $82.00 the former chairman of the nasdaq stock exchange reportedly died of natural causes have been suffering from chronic kidney failure and several other medical elements for a number of years here's a look back at one of the biggest wolves of wall street bernard madoff better known as bernie was so disliked at the time of his trial that he had to wear a bulletproof vest to court every day. the man behind the largest known ponzi scheme in history wiped out people's fortunes ruined charities and foundations he defrauded thousands including a host of big name movie stars and even the new york mets baseball team. for decades madoff enjoyed an image of a self-made financial guru whose golden touch defined markets operating out of these downtown new york offices he attracted a devoted following of investment clients who trusted him completely he was
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brilliant of convincing people his schemes was safe these regulatory it's virtually impossible to prove. but this is something that the public really does. if you read things in the newspaper somebody violate the rules you know they're always doing this. it's impossible to go on for a violation go undetected. or 'd rule period of. those words eventually caught up with bernie his investment advisory business was exposed as a fraud in 2008 and admonished 2009 madoff pleaded guilty and was convicted on 11 counts for crimes that spanned more than 20 years madoff was forced to leave his 7000000 dollar manhattan penthouse apartment and was taken to prison to serve 150 years behind bars madoff died at the federal medical center in butner north
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carolina he was 82 years old. in the champions league quarter finals manchester city have beaten dortmund 2 to one to advance to the next round to bellingen open the scoring for dortmund after 15 minutes but in the 2nd half riyadh marez fired in a penalty for the city and phil foden netted their 2nd dortmund were the last german team left in the tournament also on wednesday real madrid held liverpool to a goal this draw the result means israel will go to the semifinals after their win in the 1st leg. here's a reminder of one of the top stories we're following for you. president joe biden has confirmed the united states military will leave afghanistan on september 11th of this year after 2 decades of war mr biden says only the afghans themselves the right responsibility to lead their country into a boss jens stoltenberg says the allies will pull out with the u.s. . watching you don't use live from berlin rob what's up next with you know your
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to spend big. and german businesses are up in arms because the government expects them to provide college 19 tests to their employees and pay for them to. this is due to be business in berlin welcome to the program. it's the biggest nasdaq i.p.o. in almost a decade shares in crypto currency exchange coin base have surged on it highly anticipated stock market debut they immediately leapt more than 50 percent over the reference price of $1.00 point giving coinbase a market value and nearly $100000000000.00 that makes it the largest i.p.o. since facebook in 2012. whether it's bitcoin a theory i'm ripple or tether which i've never heard of the value of crypto currency has been growing exponentially during 2021 then now worth a combined 2 trillion dollars that's why the arrival of coin base on the nasdaq was
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one of the most eagerly awaited events this year on wall street the company claims 56000000 verified uses it is the largest crypto currency exchange in the united states and makes its money by taking transaction fees when members buy and so crypt currencies that generated revenues of $1800000000.00 in the 1st quarter to turn a tidy profit of around $800000000.00 how we'll be able to trade in kyoto one sees is becoming an increasingly competitive business with a growing number of rivals like crack in gemini pay pal and square allowing users also to buy and sell crypto assets so let's get more on the coin base my financial correspondent in new york yen scored good to be with you there was a lot of the hype ahead of this has it lived up to it.
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well it was a very solid start for coinbase there's no doubt about it by the end of the trading session up a good 30 percent it was the market valuation of around $85000000000.00 you didn't mention those $100000000000.00 valuation that we saw at some point during the trading session and that brings actually coinbase into a leak which companies like general electric got beaten socks or black rock 90 percent of revenue by the way comes from fees for trading those crypto currencies and clearly congress has been profiting just look back when this founded the company and 2012th bitcoins were roughly at about $10.00 apiece now they're trading at more than $63000.00. demonstrates doesn't want to. turkey investment is themselves is. a safer investment well i mean it definitely really depends quite
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a bit how the demand for proof of currency is just going so let's assume the thirst for crypto currency is called cool off a bit of that will definitely hurt the business model from coin base a quite a bit and then there are also other risk factors that there could be competitors for example trying to offer those traits for free we've seen that with some online brokers for example just recently then also central banks have been quite critical on cryptocurrency said lease them in the past them and then regulation possible cyber attacks so those are all risks that could eventually hurt economists have we just see. yet another step towards the mainstream. well to a certain degree i would say yes i mean qantas is the 1st major air crypto player that's coming to the stock markets and if you think back not so long ago when there was talk about the crypto currency used in general off the people what dissociated
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with laundering money it was financing a drug and weapon deals and so on and so forth and now was this coin base ip all the tone has shifted quite a bit so not everything has changed them over night but overall i would say that those cryptocurrency use are growing up more and more and they're getting more attention from all over the place. in new york thanks that is ending season on wall street and big banks are traditionally among the 1st to report major lenders j.p. morgan chase goldman sachs and wells fargo all in veiled earnings for the 1st course and they blew away alice forecasts bank earnings are riding the wave of optimism that the economy is improving its allowed banks to free up reserves they set aside in case loans went. by u.s. president joe biden has set out plans to spend over 2 trillion dollars improving
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america's ailing infrastructure and industry will include investments in everything from boats to roads to electric vehicles one company that's played a role in u.s. infrastructure for decades is siemens last c.e.o. of siemens usa barbara hunt and is the company likes what it was hearing from the president indeed i do you know we really needed the investment through the american rescue plan to ensure that vaccines rolled out so that we can begin to get things going again now it's time to turn our attention to the future of infrastructure and siemens is here to help build that infrastructure. if it hasn't actually said an awful lot about private involvement in these projects does siemens usa see itself being a votary being frozen out yes indeed siemens in the usa has long been involved in infrastructure development we have deep skills and know how in things that are
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going to be vital to our future electrification automation and digitalisation so we're serving 35 transit agencies across the country we work with building owners and managers we work in factories for the future of automation in in factories so we will play a critical role and i'll be at many times as serving customers who are in the government or elsewhere in the private sector what about the plans to fund these projects corporate taxation hike looks very likely is that something that you're backing. and we expect there's going to be a lot of debate ahead of us about what the tax protocols need to look like but i'll tell you where we're using our voices to make sure people understand how vitally important it is that whatever taxation gets done keeps the us on a level playing field with the rest of the world and maintains a focus on investments in research and development you talked about the importance
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of future infrastructure so it is siemens willing to pay more tax to fund that. since it's a great corporate citizen and we've always done our part what's asked of us right now what we're focused on is less of thinking about what is the cost of getting us started and more on what is the cost of doing nothing it's going to be important for the u.s. to invest in infrastructure well beyond the crumbling bridges and tunnels that we hear so much talk about but actually to lay down the technologies that will be the future for economic development in the coming decades. that's the future let's just look at the immediate past the vaccine in the u.s. has given hope that the pandemic is hopefully on its way out but how the last 12 months being siemens in the united states. when the pandemic 1st hit we recognize our top priorities were make sure that we had the health and safety of
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our employees and our business 1st but also we went to work right away finding ways we can help across communities in every part of the united states from helping to build new health care facilities to helping to ramp up manufacturing of critical supplies and now to thinking through how we'll actually reopen buildings bringing air purification into schools and colleges so that children can get back to their education something that we all want barbara home to c.e.o. siemens usa thanks a lot for joining us on the to leave us. now of some of the other global business stories making news here you will get 50000000 more biotech pfizer coronavirus vaccines by the end european commission chief on the line says deliveries set for the end of the year are being brought forward the extra jobs may help with the
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delays affecting u.s. supply johnson and johnson. a new zealand is the 1st country to require major banks insurers and investment managers to report the effects of their investments on climate change a bill before parliament requires the 200 biggest financial firms to explain how they manage climate related arrests and opportunities. and the pace of vaccination in germany is excel orating but the country is still far from the 70 percent mark that said to provide huge herd immunity in the meantime of the measures are having to fill the gap thanks looting extensive testing companies are now required to offer their employees at least to cover $900.00 tests a week and the businesses are expected to pay for them to. employees of automotive supplier etiam already get free tests twice a week at the start of their shift something most are glad about. i
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think it's good because it offers a bit of security that you can feel safe at work and it makes dealing with each other here much more relaxed. as there are photos that's one of the advantages that you get some certainty as to whether you're positive or not that offers a bit of security for the family at home as well. but employers associations aren't happy about the prospect of being forced to offer tests for their stuff while shouldering the cost for themselves. economy is just getting going again and i think adding the burden of extra costs in the situation is definitely the wrong way for the government to go. e.t.s. $450.00 stuff and it's plant interest in eastern germany if every intestine sells regularly that means a bill of $20000.00 euros a month you know. obviously the costs are a disadvantage which we hadn't planned on but i decided early on to do these tests on our own initiative to gain the positive effects of spotting infections at an
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early stage. and in. an effective strategy to positive coronavirus cases have already been cost in time to prevent the virus from spreading around the entire company. and that's all from in the business team here and then for more you check out our website you know i don't think that when you call slash business we're also on facebook twitter thanks for watching. the story of 2 sisters who were never actually moved to blames. the story of 2 women in search of their origin. the story of an adoption scandal that rocked the netherlands and. the
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focus on europe. d.w. . entered the conflict zone with 2 semesters. despite 1st diplomatic talks to a 6 year old boy you know who shows little sign of ending my guest this week from the yemeni capital sana'a is to show the shut up foreign minister of the souce file in feet government of his forces strong accused of committing shocking close to killing indiscriminately why would they conflict of course at the office. in 60 minutes faulty double shot. 19. their story their very own
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personal trauma. people who survived the chesterfield remember. and they share private footage with us that has never been seen before. thank you thank you george if you call 21 g.w. . to get it. going. we. thank you thank you hello and welcome to this week's focus on europe liz show adopting a baby is often the last means for childless couples to fulfill their dream of starting a family but waiting lists are long and that's why many europeans decide to adopt
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children from other countries like indonesia they want to have a child and to give a home to those whose parents gave them up for adoption out of poverty or hardship children like these ones here in the slums object at such adoptions they have the danger of turning the young ones into commodities. authorities in the netherlands have currently suspended all international adoptions even from indonesia the move comes after an official inquiry uncovered adoption abuse like forged birth certificates the report also shows that some children were bought or even stolen from their birth parents media boy back a man and best the man have fought to reveal the scandal and the role of the dutch state but it's difficult for the 2 women to live with the truth about their past.
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i think it's important for everybody to know where they come from so everyone has a basic right to know their roots. it defines your existence they will stand. up north i always have the feeling miriam and i were not biological sisters that we didn't have the same parents always but it's very strange to have people tell you that your biological sisters when somehow they you know it's not true indonesia september 979 it's adoption day and 2 little girls are being picked up from a children's home by a dutch couple. they're given new names miriam and do it supposedly their sisters but 41 years later a d.n.a. test would prove this was not true. i had done so when you have the information in
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black and white it really hits you hard because i didn't expect that it really affected me been according to the test the 2 are not even distant relatives just a story to bear your mom had always suspected for years she poured over her adoption papers desperately searching for information about her true identity but instead she found forgeries irregularities and lies another. file i see another signature also from her father sly meant he can see they don't totally don't match at all i showed it to everyone else you can see it yourself or not and they say but a dutch dutch looked at it then it is all right even my mother said i showed it to her but she didn't want to live over the years has made many other adoptees in the netherlands most have similar discrepancies in their adoption paperwork among them
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is lawyer david l. you. she helped convince the dutch government to set up a commission to investigate the commission's report has now been published and reveals shocking abuses in cases of international dropship from brazil colombia indonesia sri lanka and bangladesh before 900 $98.00 it lists cases of baby farms human trafficking and forged documents they confirmed what we are saying for years now and perhaps i also was hoping that they would say well it wasn't so bad but now it's actually a confirmation that it is very bad day every day you now represents a group of out of teas who demanded that the dutch state funds their research for their biological parents so for now the government has admitted to its mistakes turning a blind eye for too long if the state did not do what was expected of it. it
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should have been more active in preventing this abuse. this is the painful truth the apologies are needed and therefore today on behalf of the cabinet i apologize to those impacted. the report warns today's adoption system is still vulnerable to dubious practices and proved so damning it prompted the government to suspend international adoptions d.v. de years adoptive mother welcomes the decision she trusts that the dutch authorities when she adopted her daughter missing still tumbled or maybe her biological mother is still searching for her we never knew what was going on. excuse me. it makes me really sad to know there might be someone out there still looking for their child. it's a terrible thought. but imagine you take your daughter to daycare
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and when you come to pick her up they say they've given her away to someone who can take better care of her own the baby. so. since the 970 s. around 40000 children have been adopted from abroad in 2 dutch families the investigative report shows how private into media organizations profited from the adoptions and per took in abuse several of these organizations refused our interview requests for those affected this comes as no surprise. in africa especially in the big pyrrhus let's say it is ninety's there are approximately $2500000000.00 a year was turning or over in a country that in this industry right are you going to tell me that we could not have. percent of this money to help the families in this country i don't believe so
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i think we could have held them all to date doritos and miriam are both happily married and have children of their old but the idea that they may have been kidnapped or sold still haunts them their adoptive parents had to pay several $1000.00 euros in placement fees to make the adoption happen. don't read and miriam grew up believing that their biological parents were poor sick i'm able to feed their children they say looking for the truth can be a painful process are you ready to know that you won't find them that also your papers are false if you are ready for that then i would say go if you're not ready don't do it because it will it's only painful for you and well we are 40 years old and in you need here the people won't get really or so maybe there are all already death maybe so and if you're happy now you can choose for it to stay happy
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. and miriam have given up their search for their relatives in indonesia. those fundamental questions about their heritage origins and ancestors may never be answered but what remains is a common history their life in the netherlands and their promise to always support each other as sisters. when we talk about 1000 victims we mainly mean those who have died from the disease or those who have fallen severely ill yet one group often gets forgotten people like sheba who didn't get infected with the coronavirus then officially recovered but was still experiencing effects even months later experts call this condition long coping now one common symptom is that patients find it difficult to breathe
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a clinic in the u.k. even is now working with opera singers who are teaching patients how to breathe properly the project has become so successful that it will be rolled out in all clinics across the u.k. . to combat. season is a trained singer and for some of them it's a bit too hard work at the moment but what it does is it just allows your voice a little bit of a chance to unpressed. she's developed special breathing exercises for patients. thanks to susie she proves once again healthy and to pursue new hobbies. she contract to severe case of course at 19 i was put on oxygen. 3 months on i remember feeling so fatigued breathless. i mean literally from my bed to the bathroom i would
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just get breathless her g.p. didn't know how to help her it's a dilemma that many other patients suffering from long who've it are faced with by chance she heard about a scientific study involving different therapy methods. the but she never dreamed that singers the english national opera people would be able to help her. i was totally skeptical i was like ok how does singing how i do i didn't know the science behind it and also my trepidation was that i'm not a single or i'm not even a native english speaker so how my going to sing these lyrics and sing in front of people who i don't know but it was such a nonjudgmental environment that everyone was but that.
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they're living is easy to see today her breathing strong enough for a spontaneous and good performance. she trains for this once a week. arms down to show the heights. the sessions focus on better posture relaxation and above all conscious breathing and just hold that for a moment we think a lot about breathing down because if you're breathing you're taking in lots of air and actually tend not to be expelling the air so just giving people tools to slow things down and get them in the moment is really helpful. here she choose how to write your name with your voice fabulous and that sound that n g sound allows our vocal folds to just stretch a little bit without the full impact of singing. or.
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heard. it's not really that we're teaching people lots of new techniques it's rather trying to strip away things that were coping mechanisms during a time that was a terribly anxious time and get back to what sort of breath feels like. singing together during the sessions also creates a sense of community. i could have never imagined coming out of that darkness all by myself so it's been a huge support system for me it's like my family now we had i guess you can say our common purpose to get better and more beautiful way to think. out and heal them at the same time the. dream is
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to perform on a real christine's with the others. and her dream could come true as soon as the condemning subsides. because then the english national opera found this teacher very special production it's actually. the turkish government is aiming to have the majority of the population vaccinated against the corona virus by june but there is still a long way to go and infection rates have been rising dramatically for weeks reaching remote regions like the village of i attended a close to the iranian border is a challenge for health workers it's her dedication that kids doctors say never growing her goal is to convince people of the benefits of a vaccination and to fight some common misconceptions.
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it's not often that strangers undertake the ologists journey into the mountains. that's why there was always a little sensation here and now today. for the worse when the medical team comes from town but says. the little girl. is responsible for corona virus vaccinations in the area people know her now. and that she says that it was more difficult when she 1st came here sure know how many people always think on the nose they believe that only men can be docked this women cannot but by now they have gotten used to me and they trust me on the. feast in turkish village of the tin that is located nearly 2000 meters high a few 100 people live here most of them are ethnic kurds. it's been months since
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any coronavirus cases have been reported in data that's one of the reasons why some residents don't understand the importance of being vaccinated. they have been to a team have gotten used to the skepticism and to the climbing they do before him. every home visit. they are convinced that their mission is important. people in the villages lives close together if there is an infection here it will spread very quickly and many don't like coming to the hospitals in nearby towns so we have to come to them. or are there is getting his 2nd dose today when the doctors 1st came here a few weeks ago he almost kicked them out. i was afraid at 1st.


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