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tv   Tagesschau in 100 Sekunden  Deutsche Welle  April 15, 2021 5:00pm-5:03pm CEST

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w. . made for mines. this is the everyday use line for berlin reassuring a nervous ally the u.s. secretary of state makes an unannounced visit to afghanistan and 3 blinken arrives in kabul to brief on officials on plans that were drawn all u.s. troops by september and an end to america's longest war also on the show demonstrators in me and want to remember the hundreds of people killed since the military takeover in february security forces opened fire on demonstrating health workers also out post control doctors declare brazil is facing
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a humanitarian catastrophe with record breaking cold with 1000 death rates many of the hardest hits are great class sickness and starvation and 2 years after a devastating fire rips through not true don the cathedral presents a menu in macau visits and the clarence work is on track and almost halfway done. on landmark thank you so much for your company u.s. secretary of state and city blinken has made an unannounced visit to afghanistan after president joe biden confirmed that all american troops will leave by september 11th on mr blinken said his visit was to demonstrate america's ongoing commitment to the country he told the ob-gyn president musharraf i need that their
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partnership was changing. but enduring irony said he respects the decision and expressed gratitude for the sacrifices made by the u.s. troops. well as the u.s. and other nato troops prepare to exit of gonna stand there is growing concern about a possible security breakdown and of where surgeons of the taliban are many afghan women especially are worried about what could happen. parvana samani is a teacher at a private school in the afghan capital kabul this is her dream job but now she fears her career and indeed her entire life are under threat. that is. she at the home today where they told us not to go too far from our homes what will happen when the foreign troops leave our country it will be especially hard for women we won't be safe even within our own 4 walls. i don't
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speak. from the outside nothing much about life in kabul appears to have changed but is people digest the news that u.s. and other nato troops will finally leave afghanistan there is growing concern. that the worrying situation and people believe that if the foreign troops leave the country there will be a civil war from the samples of the mob for. much of the anger here is directed at the taliban which nato forces had hoped to beat into submission. instead the islamist group now controls large areas of the country. and in our demand to the taliban is to come and make peace with the afghans and government. but many here.


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