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this image is deceptive because backs are endangered in rwanda. humans fear them and chased them away. but these creatures really support the ecosystem. and one organisation is coming to their rescue. for. this is huge news and these are our top stories from a minneapolis police officer derek shows and has been convicted of murder and manslaughter in the death of george floyd he was found guilty on all 3 cowards 7 killed floyd's a black man when he was filmed pressing his knee on floyd's neck the mud response global protests against racism and police brutality. chad's army has announced that president idriss deby has died just
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a day off the he won elections for a 6th term in office he was killed while visiting while he was visiting troops battling rebels in the north of the country debbie sun has been named as interim linda but the rebels are rejecting the transition. to use medical regulator has given the green lights to johnson and johnson's covert 19 vaccine to sponsor a possible link to read just thoughts the a.m.a. says the benefits outweigh the risks but that's a warning should be added to the vaccine mabel's this is news live from but then you can find much more news on our web site d w dot com. on monday germany's greens presented their chancellor candidate for the september
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election and the reaction was overwhelmingly positive today chancellor angela merkel's conservatives presented their candidate in the reaction was overwhelmingly underwhelming arming lush it today won the backing of his party's leadership but a 3rd did not vote for it does he have what it takes to leave the conservatives to victory and to fill the shoes of uncle americal he says yes but he'll have to convince many in his own party 1st that what they have in him is a winner and not a mistake i bring gotham berlin this is the day. i know that some people would have preferred a different result. i think at the time he's not my type and i don't see him miss this incisive feeder that i am hoping for and that we might meet. the kids as of
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now what counts is which party has the sense to ideas for the future of our country that's london as. well i would have preferred sit down i don't think national succeed and become chancellor of them. done is const i mean less should will be the chancellor counted all the parties. also coming up sweden has one of the highest corona virus infection rates in western europe and yet it has shunned walk downs and never mandated wearing face masks tonight we look at sweden's pandemic path the path that many say should not have been to. if they make it more titanic that everyone should make it and should wear a mask that would be very important maybe we could have spent some life. to our viewers on p.b.s. in the united states into all of you around the world welcome we begin the day with the battered and bruised can that if he wants to become germany's next chancellor
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on monday night the leadership in chancellor angela merkel's conservative c.d.u. party voted in favor of making their leader arming law shit their chancellor candidate ahead of the national election in september the decision came after a week of wrangling between wash it and the other conservative who wanted to be the chancellor candidate varian governor mark whose zuda law should and spent the past week fighting against each other details from their closed door meetings were often leaked making an unpleasant situation that much more unpleasant wash it emerged the winner a weak winner wash it heads the conservative c.d.u. party yet a 3rd of the party's leadership did not vote for him to be the chancellor candidate one reason his unimpressive polling numbers among all voters if arming lush it wants to take the reins from under the americans in september he has a lot of convincing to do among the voters and among his own party members. he
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came out victorious from the conservative policy now i mean lush said wants to focus on battling the party's. say what counts from now on needs which party has the best ideas to see if a country's future pierre for me it's just basic can pull together the best team to deal with the challenges we're facing we're disappear and that's why all the union they see you and see is you need to had into this election campaign is a team this city you will not win this without they see is you and vice versa. it. team that from now on will be led by him in lash it back to ally carnival king and committed to a strong europe the 60 year old has been state premier of north wind of a scaly germany's most populous state for 4 years and was elected c.d.u. party leader in january. born in the western city of close to the dutch and belgian
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borders russia just a former member of the european parliament and fluent in french for the most part his politics are moderate and have really reflect positions. the long and bruising power struggle within the conservative alliance only came to an end when his very and rival pulled out of the race i mean that should i called i mean lushington congratulated him i also offered him our full support in what i believe will be the extremely difficult election campaign ahead of us we will support him without any sense of resentment and with all of our strength i speak for myself as well as for my party this year's year since he is was wrong the support of german voters however is something i mean lash it will have to work hard for in recent polls the majority do not believe he has what it takes to lead europe's biggest economy. as if we aren't he's not my type and i don't see him as the decisive leader that i am
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hoping for and that we might meet. no i'm for his just the other way around he's not determined enough interesting. to conservatives andriy handling it well now they finally have a candidate but they don't even have a program what kind of procedure is that it's like getting a driver's license but there's no car anymore. he's 5 months ahead of germany's federal elections i mean lashon now faces an uphill battle to defend the chancellery against the greens and succeed america. or political correspondents i mean young joins me now simon has been following our mean lusha on a rough and tumble way to becoming the conservative chancellor candidates good evening to you simon someone said that among the conservatives there was no best choice for a chancellor candidate they referred to or mean lusha today as the cd use 2nd best
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choice is that what he is. well brant certainly he is as you mentioned the 2nd most popular in the polls of the 2 men who applied for the job but just to give a little bit of context what normally happens in an election year is that both of these conservative parties get behind whoever is the c.d.u. leader and backs them to become german chancellor and in the past when that hasn't happened it's easily worked out badly for the conservatives so why didn't get immediate support will it comes down to this question of his popularity and indeed his personality i mean lashon is not the sort of politician who easily lends a soundbite or who can sort of sway any crowd just with the force of the way he speaks he's often a bit bumbling he gets caught up in the details and seems uncertain at times in
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front of a microphone and during the pandemic for instance he's tried to strike out on his own he wanted to open up things rather more quickly than many members of the german public he seemed like a man who wanted to sort of set his own plan and paradoxically it seemed a bit weak. as a result and unfortunately from him last year he had a strong contender a much more popular contender in the bavarian leader marcos but having said all that lushness now won he won 3 to become c.d.u. later in january now he's he's won this battle if he can have some positive news in the months going had during the campaign maybe can assess himself more clearly and we know simon that army law should he was never grew by chancellor angela merkel to be next in line and that says a lot considering that merkel has had 16 years to possibly think about who will follow her her party the c.d.u.
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was not going into the campaign on a very strong footing how much is uncle americal to blame here. well of course grooming he's difficult because the incumbent leader never wants to bring anyone onto clearly that they might undermine their own position but i think the any leader any conservative leader wanting to become chancellor has to think about what the legacy of angle americal means for them it may well be a question that plays with the votes has come in time in september it is sort of so to be a continuity candidate but also to say that he's he stands for reform and something new so a bit of both i think i'm glad machall has stayed out of this competition but you're right it's a rocky start that may be a footnote as i say if lashing can convince people that he's he's what the country needs and in particular if that is positive news on the pandemic you know i mean
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young with the leaves tonight here in berlin so i mean as always thank you. president interest debbi of chad has died just a day after winning elections which secured him a 6th term in office he was reportedly killed while visiting troops on the frontline of a battle against a rebel group in the worth of the army his name to davies son as interim head of state but the rebels have rejected that transition they are valen to march on the capital. residents of chad reacted with this belief to the televised announcement of president idriss debbie's death. martial of chad idriss deby it know as he did every time when the republic's institutions were seriously threatened not to keep the heroic lead in a combat operation against terrorists who had come from libya. he was injured in
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the engagement and died after being brought back to. the news came just hours after he was declared the winner of the country's presidential election on april 11th. it would have been the long term leaders 6th term in office even. if sad news. of the presidential election took place calmly. and just a day after they announced his win denounced his death. row was this news this very surprising. tough to take on a human level it is touching the water but there are rumors that the information disseminated by the transition council is false no. it
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wasn't. it is not known why debbee would have visited the frontline or participated in the clashes the exact circumstances of his death remain unclear and some observers question the military's narrative. following the announcement the military council deployed the army around the capital and imposed a curfew it also just solve the country's government and parliament and named debbie's 38 year old son as transitional leader he heads the lead presidential guard that oversaw. his father security. debbie was among the world's longest serving leaders but the herders son took the classic path to power through the army in 1990 his rebel forces overthrew that then president in a coup. doing his 30 year rule he became a key ally of the west and supplied weaponry and soldiers to the anti jihadist campaign in the south region his unexpected death could spell the beginning of
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a new period of uncertainty and the deeply troubled region. the u.s. embassy in moscow says ambassador john sullivan is returning to washington for what it called consultations it's another sign of rising tensions connected to a long list of disputes between washington and moscow there's the alleged russian meddling in u.s. elections to help the kremlin critic alexina balding and the recent massing of russian troops along the ukrainian border as it has done before ukraine is asking the u.s. and europe for a joint response ukraine's foreign minister dimitri labor wants more western economic sanctions against russia and he says the time to act is running out predicting that more than $120000.00 russian soldiers will be near his country's border by the end of the week ukraine's military has begun reinforcing its border
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presence here is the country's foreign minister earlier today. the cost of preventing the russia fill the escalation will always be lower than the cost of stopping it and make a gating ensconce sequences and i hope our friends and partners understand that. it is way more effective to clearly make moscow understand that a new stage of aggression will have dire consequences for russia. international isolation and painful economic sanctions. well what can we realistically expect from the west especially from the u.s. now that joe biden is president let's bring in jonathan katz from the german marshall fund he joins me tonight from washington it's good to see you again jonathan. what does washington make of the buildup of russian troops near the border with ukraine well i think there's a deep concern in washington about the build up it's not only on the dons boss but
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it's also in the black sea see it as of crimea and i think there's increased concern and of course today you saw that u.s. ambassador is coming back to washington for consultations the u.s. has been very clear about the need to deescalate this situation and i think that it washington taking it taking it very seriously right now that this is the biggest military buildup they've seen since 2014 and i think everybody including both in washington brussels on the european side is taking it very seriously what can u.s. president biden do even with his allies because at the end of the day the new ukraine is not a member of nato. that's that's true and the president has said that the u.s. nato will not get involved militarily again this is about diplomacy it's about bringing russia to the conclusion that their actions if they decide to take it in
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in ukraine and it gets ukraine would be against its interests and so right now there's lots of consultations back and forth minister of foreign affairs of ukraine is correct that the u.s. does have tools in its tool belt including sanctions it can accelerate ukraine's nato membership process as well further excel rating your atlantic integration for ukraine bringing it closer and so those are some of the things that we're seeing right now we are already saw last week with an introduction of new sanctions focused on a number of items which you mentioned at the beginning including response your selections response to concerns about head hunting and afghanistan's concerns about cyber cyber wins as well these are things that i think that the administration is contemplating right now thinking about but i think what we want to see right now in washington i think elsewhere is the escalation and unfortunately moscow in the kremlin is moving in the wrong direction well jonathan why should you crane believe
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president biden when he says that there will be consequences if russia moves against ukraine biden also said that there would be consequences for saudi arabia over the murder of journalist jamal khashoggi and the world is still waiting for those consequences. yeah what the this administration from day one has said that it was going to hold russia accountable for actions that took place over the last several years including mention the cyber intrusion but also the elections have to ferrets afghanistan and so it actually has a proven record of introducing sanctions ever responded to actions taken by the kremlin that were not only talking about what's taking place on ukraine's borders but we're also talking about what's taking place internally at russia as well and so i think there will be a response from the united states and from u.s. partners including in europe to what's taking place and that has happened before it
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happened even post 2014 when action was taken in crimea and in the dumbass for the us responded with sanctions and really led the effort to i think to push back on criminal actions that so i expect that it will take place in addition the u.s. has already under this administration continue to provide weapons to ukraine and that's something that's important it's not only the united states that's doing that but it's other nato partners of the united states that are working to support ukraine security. john white to talk about alliances in a moment but 1st i want to listen in to what german chancellor angela merkel said today at a council of europe video conference take a listen it kept in and. i have the impression that with north strained turn we may be waging a conflict and that is a much wider and touches upon the question of the extent to which we want to trade with russia especially in the energy sector by dutch and that the here in germany
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has decided to build knowledge strange too but it's a political battle that many say differently. didn't feel and the in jonathan americal in the past has regarded nord stream too as a matter of energy policy not a matter of geopolitics do you hear her beginning to shift her stance there. there is a number of items that berlin is increasingly concerned about one is clearly the situation on the border with ukraine where the chancellor has been clear about the need to deescalate and to step back but i also think the situation with the with leading opposition figure valby is also of deep concern to germany the fact that right now he cannot get the middle of medical attention that he needs he is one of over several 100 political prisoners in russia right now so i think there's
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a whole host of actions that russia that russia has taken there of deep concern to the german government nordstrom to is one of those issues that's been on the table between transatlantic allies it's something that i know that the biting administration cares deeply about president biden has said that he opposes north stream to the u.s. congress has spoken loudly on this and so there's a potential on both sides if any action is taken you can see a shift of possible shift in the german government and i expect that the u.s. will continue to push part of this issue if germany were to hold. to jonathan would that strengthen or weaken the western alliance these would be russia well i think that you know the position has been out of concern about energy security in europe and about being reliant on russia as an energy supplier a supplier that in the past has cut off. energy resources when it suited its needs
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so i think from the perspective of the u.s. i think absolutely the north stream to project not going forward is seen as something that's positive been important for us in transatlantic security and energy security so absolutely. you mentioned the kremlin critic alexina ball that he is in the hospital now after being transferred from his prison cell do you think western pressure had anything to do with that. but 1st of all i have 00 confidence that mr putin the kremlin will do the right thing in terms mr devolve the stealth i think there's many people here come to the conclusion that they would like to see that mr putin would like to see him dead and so i think there's no confidence here because his doctors and others are not allowed in and so right now we're relying on the kremlin which is locking what your political prisoners like mr bounty for this type of support this is the same government it just several months
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ago tried to poison and kill the leading opposition figures so i think that it's really it's important for the u.s. and others to keep focus on this all right john of the camps with the german marshall fund joining us tonight from washington as always jonathan we appreciate your time in your insights thank you absolute. most european countries have been relying on measures such as lockdowns mask mandates and travel bans to keep infections down during the pandemic but sweden has taken a different path led by top epidemiologist understated no one who does not agree with lockdowns now that's turned the country into and away says freedom of sorts but sweden is now seeing a surge in corona virus cases health authorities are urging people to follow their recommendations but will they listen to the w.'s teri schultz reports. sweden seen as the land of sweet liberty for those chief ing against coronavirus
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closures curfews and mandatory masks while most of europe has been in various stages of lockdown over the last year swedes have been skiing shopping dining and drinking restrictions in swedish restaurants mean giving customers space and closing at 8 pm i think we have taken away ron paul for us so we have one gun jimmy head waiter at the concern and restaurant in stockholm says sweden's done it right. it's. even learn from czech republic the comer taking it we were. just a few to freedom the architect of this model state epidemiologist. who did basically the same as many other countries produce it sounds like a different free for all trying to do. my bit more than not assist to pinpoint what
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exactly we do we need to close to 10 different way has seen sweden record a far higher death toll than its closest neighbors finland and norway a comparison he rejects they all to sweden compare very much more true belgium or stray even germany and sweden this. $5.00 to $10.00 countries for the least excess mortality is europe but sweden's care homes in particular were hit hard last year and still now hospitals warn intensive care units are nearly overwhelmed in december even the king said he thought the strategy had failed but techno stands by his recommendations he says the only problem with them is that people don't follow them take masks for example. doesn't believe they're very effective so on public transportation riders are urged but not required to mask up during rush hours few appear to do. so some feel that's
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a failure of the government's covert 19 communications strategy at least journalism professor christian christianson says the lax approach to mask wearing exposes inequalities in swedish society in danger inc especially minorities you're seeing people who are probably in lower paying jobs service industry jobs must take public transportation their trains in the morning day in day out with hundreds of people in a small container i think it's reasonable to ask like you know might that not be a possible public health problem if they make it more tight that everyone should make it and should wear a mask that would be very important maybe we could have spent some life a new emergency law gives the government temporary power to impose a lockdown but it hasn't been used polls show some swedes have lost faith in their country's approach to stuff lloyd blood isn't one of them he still trusts in ender's ted now he represents they're like this different kind of way crisis in the
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world we did it in a way where people still could have a lot of their freedom and for me freedom is really important agra blood support isn't likely to fade quickly last year he immortalized the epidemiologist on his epidermis. on his epidermis well the day is almost done but the conversation continues online you'll find us on twitter either at u.w. news or you can follow me of golf t.v. again remember whatever happens between now and then tomorrow is another day we'll see that everybody.
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this is a franchise and it's finally being it's that kind of panic. migrant workers not only do they use their wages to support their families. they are also supporting the local economy of their home country. new ideas and help ensure that their families are provided for in the future. just.
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africa. this image is deceptive because bats are endangered in montana. she was feared them and chased them away. but these creatures really support the ecosystem. and one organization. it is coming to their rescue and. for. the little guys this is the something to 7 percent stuff for us it is truth to these issues. you know hardest we are not afraid to touch and delicate topic africa's population is new.
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and young people clearly have the solutions to do the job. and in the 70 percent now not everyone can take on d w o. welcome to global street thousands. work money the means to survive we find out what's changed during the pandemic the challenges faced by migrant workers in india returning to areas. in germany romanian workers the fighting for their rights in the meat industry. and the lack of jobs in kenya is leaving people who struggle at
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the best of times increasingly desperate. because no doubt the kovac 19 pandemic has hit the poorest hardest this year alone the number of people worldwide living in extreme poverty looks set to climb to 150000000 off of them children in formal. jobs in particular have seen sweeping cops including in kenya west study work is hard to come by many kenyans rely on income sent over from their relatives working abroad. is deeply unhappy the 3 year old is missing his mom. for more than a year now his only contact with her husband via video chat. that's because she's taken a job as a domestic worker and nanny in saudi arabia. both kelly
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and his 8 year old brother up to have stayed back in kenya under the care of their grandmother they live in compare a huge slum on the edge of nairobi. and how he says like many kenyans his mother's death runs a cigar felt she had no other choice than to seek work abroad. the money that my daughter was making here in kenya just wasn't enough she decided to go to saudi arabia for the sake of the family. we depend on her for everything she went in january 2020 and says she won't be back until january 2022. 2022. at 1st stuffer runs us and all her income to kenya up to $230.00 u.s. dollars a month it's not only her mother and children who depend on the money so do his
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siblings and 5 year old nephew tree. i use the money to pay school fees for the children i buy their school uniforms and food for everyone. she doesn't send any money we just have to make do because we have no other form of income to cover the rent and buy food so we just purser here. with a pandemic income from kenyans working abroad has become even more. millions of people in kenya have lost their jobs as a result of lockdowns and the collapse of the tourism industry. for those who are already poor it's especially tough. stefan's a sister used to work in a hotel now she does odd jobs where she can the virus has also made things tougher for difference in saudi arabia.
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yes. lost. them think. they missed my pet maybe songbird starts sometimes at sitting and they see my mother and me and that is a manager to me she gave my name and the she had many. thanks. i think. because of lockdowns and curfews in saudi arabia stephan runs a hasn't sent much money home since june last year the family are struggling measures introduced to stop the spread of the virus have impacted economies around the world remittances sent home by migrant workers have gone down in many countries but economist james shikwati says the opposite is true for kenya. a lot of us expected better meetings as we go about because most of the you know strong
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economists were feeling the strongest negative in part because of corporate 19 but what's surprising is that such a very mittens as we are. by almost 10.7 percent. said more money from outside than ever before i think that you know create 1000000000. $3000000000.00 u.s. dollars in 2020 that's nearly half the value of kenya's annual exports many kenyans working abroad are in highly qualified jobs with a good salary and they're keen to see progress in their home country so they not only send money to their families they're also actively investing in the kenyan economy. remittances is that for for can the possibility to start orienting its economy cruds production and by the addition because
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we notice that remittances are not just about food. that's for a kenyans have opted to start investing in the country the money is flowing into many different sectors ranging from tourism to agriculture. it's giving a much needed boost to the kenyan economy that could improve the lives of many people certainly the a cigar family is desperately hoping for change. in the meantime little while it will continue to miss his mother and no doubt shed many more tears before they are finally reunited. it's a worldwide phenomenon people leaving their homes and families to work abroad as
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domestic servants in care work or construction or is agricultural workers 164000000 international migrant workers headed to wealthier nations for work in 2019 that's according to estimates by the un among them were highly qualified and medical staff according to the world bank in 2019 migrant laborers sent 554000000000 u.s. dollars home to their families most of this was earned in the u.s. the united arab emirates and saudi arabia they sent it back to their families in india china and mexico. but it's not just families who rely on this income the entire economies of some countries depend on it to. become help pay for housing food and education remittances from family members abroad make up a significant part of household income in many countries on average migrants send around
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15 percent of their monthly wages back home and many of them use money transfer services. allow the global markets by this impediment yet it is forwardable their financial plans were very you can. increase your. already bank accounts large storage your money in a particular location and make it more. western union was one of the 1st international money transfer services it is now been sending around money for 150 years until recently it relying on a large staff and infrastructure like physical locations costs for international transfers could reach around 20 percent of the money being sent but these services have increasingly gone digital today to transfer money you only need internet access that increased competition have cut costs as a mo
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a digital service was founded in 2012. it now operates in over $190.00 countries. we aim to be 70 to 80 percent cheaper than the high street. and generally our charges are coming in at anything for all for very for a very high traffic. has very well developed in the trials we could be it is not a point 357 the average costs for international transfers are around 6.5 percent worldwide according to the world bank by 2030 the un through its sustainable development goals wants to reduce remittance charges to less than 3 percent in order to help reduce global inequality and poverty once you give somebody the power in their hands to very quickly and very cheap they instantly send money to people
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that that behavior change and generally that change in a way that supports inclusion and supports same out and on households run by women in particular invest remittances from abroad primarily in the education of the next generation according to unesco report from 2019 but the coronavirus pandemic has resulted in lower income for migrant workers and thus lower remittance flows and in 2021 the flow of money could decrease even more that would have fun. reaching consequences. the marks of the country the formal education to secondary are not too costly but they're sure yes continuation of education can be a challenge it insists does not come through and so there will be some of the huge development implications for country that or country in a hospital that has a reliance on. migrants and their families are hoping for
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a quick end to the pandemic that way the next generation will have better chances. typically migrant workers are employed in hard graft jobs gemini's meat industry for example relies on foreign labor from eastern europe every day these workers dismember thousands of carcasses in appalling conditions it's work most local people don't want to do now though the workers are fighting back. these people responded to ads in romania and came to germany to work in the meat processing industry they left their homes in search of a better life but that's not what they found. model the worst thing was the hours. i had to get up for work at 1 in the morning. and i'd
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have to work until 5 or 6 in the evening. of change. they treat you like a slave every day you're moving tons of money to get back pain and all you learn by the end of the month is $800.00 euros that's enough to make you weep. just plain simple the 2 men gave notice after 3 months in the meat factory and began working at a different company called mohsen include us law in north rhine-westphalia they hope that conditions there would be better from the 1st of april temporary workers may no longer be hired in germany meat industry until now foreign workers were employed by sub contractors and work for low wages but now employers and unions cannot come to a way to agreement workers representatives are ramping up pressure and calling for strikes work is a kept up to date on the negotiations thanks to news bulletins in romanian polish and russian many of them don't speak german but had signed contracts written in
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german nonetheless when they realized what they'd let themselves in full it was too late like conditions and wages are terrible people come here with the wrong expectations they get here and discover that germany isn't paradise on earth these are. 3 year old gobbler to live a school wasn't expecting that but he expected to be paid a fair wage he spent 4 months working on a construction site in germany he earned $300.00 euros a month not enough to get by. i have to work that's why i came here. i need to support my family in romania but i want my son to be able to go to university but it's hard to get a. desperation drove him and tens of thousands of others from eastern europe to seek work in germany they often do jobs that germans don't want to do. a 15 minute drive from the demonstration the small town of odessa home to many were
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main ians who work in the nearby meat and sausage factory these men tell us that they've been waiting for more than 2 months to be paid they haven't been able to send money home to their families in romania. we've eaten for 10 days his pastor with sugar he's been asking for our wages we're getting nowhere. they just lie to us. meanwhile back at mansion in cutest little with the protests are taking place some workers are starting their shifts in the factory including some rumanians who've been in germany for 2 years. before i came here i worked in spain for more than 8 years my husband stayed in romania with the children. when our son finished school came with me to germany and then my husband followed too. so so. now they want to stay
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together here in germany the unions are organizing further strikes and planning to keep up the pressure on management until a wage agreement is reached. when the pandemic struck last year millions of migrant laborers in india lost their jobs the government put the country into lockdown and sent them home. in rural india where most come from this little work but for a few they return home has offered the possibility of a new beginning. the pandemic cost him his job in the big city it was then another 4 months before can or am garcia could return to his family in rural run just on there was no work for him there either but he heard about new training opportunities in the nearby city of poor a local.


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