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is moving. and young people clearly have the solutions. to most. of. his 77 percent every weekend on d w o. the 1st shipment of coke in 1000 medical aid arrived in india today from the u.k. more is on the way from members of the european union and the u.s. is sending millions of doses of the astra zeneca coronavirus vaccine for the 6 day running india today recorded more than 300000 new infections and there are now questions of culpability who is responsible the high court today pointed to the country's election commission for holding political rallies amid a pandemic one judge saying you should all be charged with murder i'm burnt
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off in berlin this is the day. and the situation in india is beyond breaking believe it me my vomited thanks for that and that the next of kin is a viable today but what if it's not some aren't. getting what they need to me get this commission an oxygen supply. we are working hard on finding ways to get oxygen production facilities that what a struggle to get was required and initial 500 not invited into what i do is 1000000 surgical masks to present thanks america's steadfast ongoing support for the people of india and the aim is to provide the support that the indians need that there are think really. also coming up
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a ursula fund a lawyer and it is european commission president and she's a woman 2 weeks ago she visited the turkish president after the men in the room had taken their seats madam president was left standing and speechless today. there was no need for subtitles. there was no need for translations the images for themselves. to our viewers on p.b.s. in the united states and to all of you around the world welcome we begin the day counting the costs of human hubris doctors and public health officials in india say it was arrogance that allowed the 2nd wave of the coronavirus pandemic to devastate their country lifting restrictions too early and a belief that indians were somehow immune to the virus they say created the perfect conditions for what is now the world's most lethal pandemic hotspot the numbers
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remain astronomical more than 300000 new infections today for the 6th day in a row the number of patients has increased exponentially in just the last week hospitals are overwhelmed and paralyzed by shortages of medicine and oxygen today covered $908.00 from across the world began arriving in india the 1st shipment of supplies came from the u.k. millions of doses of coronavirus vaccines are expected from the united states but physicians are predicting darker days for the best models predict numbers to drop significantly in 2 weeks time at the earliest until then india will remain the globe's ground 0 for pandemic pain and suffering. i think nobody anticipated the skin of the magnitude of what you're facing right now.
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this fundamental is the. we have ever seen them. and these 2 leaders i will be a have put up. with them and it would really help put in the. loft written given the mode it doesn't seem to work no i'm buying a cuban to put it toward you know heard of the future come to that level in the morning by then be nice but i'll be nobody on me i get maybe i don't because every day somebody that people bad somebody that can end somebody up in court but i. didn't have anything they coronavirus crippling india's health care system and this more than a year into the pandemic my 1st guess tonight is manu bhagavan professor of history human rights and public policy at the city university of new york he specializes in
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modern day india professor it's good to have you on the day i pointed out at the beginning of this program that many doctors say she mn she burson arrogance led india to this point how do you explain what is happening in india now. good evening and thank you for having me. i well i think hubris is a is a great description for what's happened. essentially the government. looked at the day they sort of man for get through the 1st wave ok and then there was this epidemiological mistry from october 2021 kids is kind of magically dropped it remains inexplicable today and they essentially declared victory too soon in january they dropped a mask mandate which had led to some success and basically opened everything back up authorized mass gatherings religious festivals and significantly electioneering
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credit lection campaign underway and all of that combined essentially created multiple super spreader events and the catastrophe that we're seeing now yeah as you say you didn't election season in india there have been these massive political rallies recently with no social distancing today the montrose high court said that members of the country's awake ssion commission should face murder charges because of the super spreader events and the deaths resulting from these events do you expect anything like this to happen no i mean i think it's a significant statement i don't i i mean i would be extremely surprised for actual charges of that nature to follow but i think the point is is that public officials are responsible for. the mess that we're in right now and there may be a price that they will have to pay but it would be $1.00 most likely to be felt at
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the polls yeah i mean what about this notion of responsibility and accountability in this pandemic i mean do you see the government the prime minister his political party taking responsibility for this human tragedy. well the prime minister is someone who has built a reputation on projecting strength and much like many strong men peers around the world as has often been reluctant to. take responsibility for errors or mistakes. but on the other hand the right thing to do here and i'm i think the only way to proceed is to assume it's a civility for what's gone wrong so far and to work together with the opposition and to create an all parties war front to attack this thing which is attacking us
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all i want to stay with prime minister modi for just a moment he is known around the world for his populistic nationalistic view of india but also of the world i mean his party at the moment appears virtually unchallenged his power one could argue is almost unchecked and yet this disaster has happened on his watch is there any way he'll be able to spin this and not have to pay for it. i think that they're trying. i mean. on the one hand you know the original drop in numbers remains unexplained and so i think they might use that to an extent because the government was not the rule party who had sort of felt like relief from the virus and that there was some success so i mean i think those are the angles that they will take but the fact of the matter is that they were not prepared they should have prepared
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for a 2nd wave and there was evidence to indicate that a 2nd wave was coming but evidently it was from everywhere else around the world. and the remains quite popular but right now the anger against the government and for the situation that everyone finds themselves in is palpable whether that translates to anything. affecting elections is is yet to be seen china hosted a health conference today with other asian countries and said that india was welcome to attend and this was an unexpected friendly gesture coming from beijing suddenly we have that happening we have india being reliant on foreign medical aid are we comprehending the entirety of this tragedy for india could india emerge a weaker nation geopolitically. i'd say that's probably unlikely at the end of the day much the world live on
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india or pharmaceuticals and for and will ultimately rely on them for the vaccines . and so. i think that you know there have been mistakes that have been made unquestionably and there's tremendous suffering as a result of that domestically. and it was it's going to be a painful several weeks enormously painful several weeks to get through all this but on the others other side of that i think indian manufacturing production on these essential treatments will increase and ultimately india will play a very big role in helping the world to overcome the coronavirus and will probably write itself geo strategically as as it does that professor manu bhagavan from the city university of new york professor we appreciate your time in your valuable insights tonight thank you thank you thank you for having me why has the cove
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in 1000 crisis worsens in india the united states a global hot spot until just a few months ago and started to ease its pandemic guidelines today u.s. president joe biden held what he called stunning progress since taking office and that claim is hard to deny and less than $100.00 days in office we've seen 215000000 vaccines shots and senior citizens the group at greatest risk well they're now more than 67 percent fully vaccinated americans are taking major strides on the road back to normality and president biden well he had more good news today starting today. if you're fully vaccinated if you're outdoors you need and not a big crowd you no longer need to wear a mask so for those who haven't got their vaccination yet especially if you're younger or think you don't need it this is another great reason to go get back
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sedated. well at the freedom of being masculists outdoors is not incentive enough the state of west virginia has come up with another plan to get more young people vaccinated pay them in west virginia anyone between the age of 16 and 35 who gets the jab will now receive a 100 dollars savings bond and it's retroactive here's the state governor take a listen i'm speaking to the kids and i don't really and truly i did say it but if you're under 35 years of age to maybe you're still a kid in many ways think about the downside of the vaccination it's next to nothing and we got ahead of you and i want to place in your hand a certificate a certificate that is a savings bond that is your part of stepping up
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a certificate that basically is telling you how much you mean to west virginia how much you mean to your grandparents and your parents and all those that you're intermingling with and transmitting something that you may not even know you got so please step up right now step a step up that's the west virginia governor there i'm joined now by harold smith he's an assistant professor of medical ethics and health policy at the university of pennsylvania he joins me tonight from new york city it's good to have you on the program giving young people money to persuade them to get vaccinated and is that going to work. so 1st of all i understand the intention i think it's coming from a good place from the right place and we see just across the country there are a number of other states and private universities that are thinking about those
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kind of initiatives too but incentives are really a blunt tool when vaccine access is the issue of example incentives also a blunt tool when trust is the issue or when concerns about i do you a prime an example on the issue some of the key is that vaccines need to meet people where they are physically and psychologically and incentives are not necessarily the right place for this but it's really about access and trust you know you see in sin to some people would say that this is almost a broad to get young people to do what obviously is the right thing to do do you agree well there's another issue that's at stake here which is this an efficient way of doing if you want to get people to get vaccinated because you think they might not be getting vaccinated otherwise you actually throwing a lot of good money after people who are doing the right thing anyway so there's a big tradeoff between efficiency here in fairness because the alternative is you just offer to some people who you think are less like to get vaccinated but then incentives can become stigmatizing so it really is
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a very complicated tool to use in this setting and to focus really has to be on access and being able to be vaccinated and trusted and to be in settings so i'm wondering if this is a dangerous precedent or what this tells our children i mean could people come to expect money for doing anything that's billed official to society that requires them to you know to put forth a little bit of effort. i mean there are those kinds of concerns and you see that commonly on incentives that they crowd out intrinsic motivation grown people to do the right thing for the right reasons that may be the case here but i think the key thing has to be to have on the price which is to get the most vulnerable people in society vaccinated and the question is i'm center is the right tool for that and that is not clear to me at all think for example undocumented immigrant populations right now is 11000000 people excuse me vulnerable and if you require an id at the vaccination site that is not an incentive to get vaccinated you're not going to get
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over that by offering somebody $100.00 what you need to do is not have id requirements and have been able vaccines without questions us that's that's a good way of opening up of all vaccine allocation as it is to think of working hours that people have enabling people to be vaccinated at odd hours right we have to meet people where they are and incentives are one way but not the only way in which we can do that let's 1st explore the other options it's a question in the united states of. access because as president biden said today you to they've made a stunning progress when it comes to getting senior citizens back so they did so should the united states also be able to make stunning progress with getting younger people. absolutely and it's not just about each was right so one remarkable thing is that since we had vaccines fall for the past week we actually see a discrepancy between better off groups and west are being vaccinated so better off
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to get vaccinated at twice the rate than west so it has to be about equity it has to be about all of us that's the point of vaccines for all of us right and still we see better off groups pulling ahead of more disadvantaged people yet the need for vaccines is much greater in the west of so as much as i think we can be pleased with the progress that we have story isn't over and the focus really still has to be on getting vaccinations to the most vulnerable patients what picture of ethics or we painting when we have this situation professor we've got the european union saying that this summer fully vaccinated americans will be able to come back over as tourists were reopening society at the same time you have india which is reporting unprecedented numbers of infections and. is it are we doing the right thing by by talking about tourism when people somewhere else or suffocating to death. yeah absolutely i mean the key challenge all along right was to allocate
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vaccines in ways that reduces inequities rather than maintains or exacerbates them and yet that is the trend we're seeing and that's the challenge that we have on here so going ahead we really still have opportunist of course correct and the situation we find ourselves in is a result of 2 comp right one is vaccine nationalism that countries just thought of themselves well we need solidarity and the other is that we have a market failure vaccine should be a public good yet there are not so now is still time to make sure that today's announcement was a good one that better off countries share their supplies so that we don't exacerbate that already have seen and we have to understand we're all in this together literally in a global way and that means that solidarity needs to guide us rather than self-centered us yeah it's a very good point to make especially during this pandemic professor harold smith this is a professor of medical ethics and health policy at the university of pennsylvania professor reprieve for your time in your insights tonight thank you thanks for
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having me. the clash of cultures over and the tubes towards women is emerging in the austrian capital vienna it's home to a close knit community of chechen migrants women from that community who say they're being harassed by their male compatriots who see themselves as moral guardians d.w. funny for char whipped to meet one woman who dared to speak out against what some chechen men perceive as a ruse or roles of tradition. we are meeting. a rougher neighborhood of fianna she says growing up here as a chechen woman means being observed. last month wasn't after we were stopped and asked to shore i.d.'s and to speak in chechen so that they are certain that my brother is from chechnya too this is common man but although i. feel like
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north park on the underling recalls being questioned in a subway in vienna by chechen men who saw it as immoral if she had spent time with a man who was not from chechnya and all the is not her real name and we cannot show her face at a funeral for precautions still the 23 year old wants to race for voice against intimidation the people i know in refers to our so-called moral guardians last month several chechen men went on trial in austria for harassing female compadre years for suring western behavior and for running an online chat where they threaten chechen been and only shows me chat groups where pictures of chechen women have been posted and labeled as indecent. she warned us. they want you to read here to the culture across the board your bodies of austria but your mind is in chechnya it's about what you wear the french unit hole you're outside for and
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why you are outside a little. bit also. a line of that also mr holcombe people get around these restrictive social rules that forms part of the discussion of this cultural club for chechen people. modelers and to like me and others we don't get education. we need to play our goals and clever boys rose off the war like most chechens who now live in austria she mentors chechen teenagers she invited a few of them to discuss the rules of chechen men and women only girls turned up and think this liking all of this is connected to the way boys are raised they believe they are some. special i believe they shouldn't say anything to us when they do i simply don't care parents should talk to the boys and girls need to be more self-confident oppressive behavior within parts of the chechen community is
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not a chechen phenomenon says mine a quote about who's been investigating radicalization for years but what makes the situation of chechen migrants who are different she says is that they share the collective trauma of fleeing a war zone zinta tight and forced to see how they are uprooted suddenly cut off from their own culture they see themselves as protectors of traditions that they know nothing about this isn't related to culture or to islam but connected to false images of men they have been introduced to false images of men and that's the problem. on an agrees she says a lot of men see themselves as warriors she hopes that all the good chechen men in her community will help to change this distorted male narrative. for much of the news today comes attached with values and morals did human
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arrogance in india make the coronavirus crisis possible do young people require monetary bribes to convince them to help the greater good are we raising a generation of spoiled entitled ingredients and what about manners and our treatment of women well 3 weeks ago we were shocked when we saw how the 1st woman president of the european commission was treated on an official visit to turkey. and was with european council president charles michel both visiting turkish prison erda why now when president received his guest there were 2 not 3 chairs both men took their seats madam president she was placed on a side. it was awkward to say the least ursula from the lion has said nothing publicly until today. i am the 1st woman to be president of the european commission i am the president of the european commission and this is how i
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expected to be treated when visiting turkey 2 weeks ago like a commission president but i was not i cannot find any justification for what i was treated in the european treaties. so i have to come prude that it happened because i am a woman. would this have happened if i had worn a suit and a tie in the pictures of previous meetings i did not see any shortage of. she's got a point that turkey has blamed the european union saying it followed protocol instructions given by the europeans really want to take a look at what happened when former european council president donald tusk and former european commission president john quote younger both men met with turkish president aired on back in may 27th team now here are the 3 men posing for the
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cameras they leave to conduct their talks in a room with 3 chairs for 3 presidents no one was left standing without a c. and there was the sort of inside. ursule of an ally and was not expecting special treatment she simply wanted the same treatment afforded men she says this kind of double standard different treatment for women it still takes place everywhere what makes this case interesting is that cameras recorded it when i arrived at the meeting there were cameras in the room. thanks to them. the short video of my arrival immediately went viral and caused headlines around the world there was no need for subtitles there was no need for translations the images spoke for themselves i felt hurt and i felt alone as
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a woman and as a european. and as a human being we certainly understand. well the day is almost done the conversation it continues online you'll find us on twitter either due to the news you can follow me a prince golf t.v. seems more. good.
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is g w news live from berlin tonight a race against time as emergency coated 1000 medical supplies arrive in india oxygen and ventilators are needed for overcrowded hospitals where new patients are being turned away the number of 1000 deaths continues to grow exponentially also coming up did he really say that the british prime minister insisting he did not make insensitive comments about 1000 victims but boris johnson's denials are falling on deaf ears.
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i'm brink off it's good to have you with us the 1st foreign emergency supplies have arrived in india as the country battles a catastrophic wave of coded 1000 infections ventilators and oxygen were flown in today from britain and germany says it will send in medical equipment in the coming days on tuesday in the a registered more than 300000 new cases for a 6th consecutive day overwhelmed hospitals are turning patients away as the government scrambles to get equipment to those who need it most this is turned into a race against time. in some indian hospitals the oxygen supply has run out. but i think. people who might have survived the disease are dying as a result. getting out there there's no oxygen in all of town. letting
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my mother was admitted 3 days ago i was told she was fine and recovering all the tests were done then last night they said they didn't have any more oxygen she passed away. from hospitals an i.c.u. units across the country are overwhelmed after weeks of a sharp rise in cases the health care system is collapsing. oxygen has become the most precious of commodities. i'm buying or 2 that have a bit of. your order of the future who come to that level. they are lowering the oxygen level one. but it needs to be higher. so this is a problem cubans who were born. with oxygen and hospital beds running out the
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government is scrambling to get equipment to the areas that are hardest hit. we have compressed oxygen that's moving across the country using the country. to get it to the places that need it the most emergency supplies from the u.k. have begun arriving and more help as promised from abroad to be let's say that after the final details have been clarified with the indian side the 1st shipment should be on its way in the next few days. but in the meantime many indians are left to fend for themselves. doing all they can to care for loved ones some dry for hours in search of oxygen. and i'm not i have come from very far to collect oxygen from my father. that i'm scared that although the oxygen is available today what will we do for it's not available tomorrow. but until help arrives on a larger scale many people in india are left gasping for air. we're
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earlier we spoke with dr krishna kumar born in india and he's now director of duke university's global health innovation center in durham north carolina and we asked him with the indian health care system collapsing what went wrong. we should remember that the indian health system is under-resourced to begin with that there's about 4 percent of g.d.p. that's spent on as central health services and health expenditures while the global average is closer to 10 percent so there's not a lot of capacity to start with and what we saw after the wave in the fall were really several months that should have been time for preparation and in fact were wasted as a time of complacency of indifference and we saw very large religious gatherings go forward we saw election rallies being held that turned into super spreader events
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so this was really a catastrophe in the making that could have been avoided right now people are dying because they can't access the basics whether it's medical oxygen or of hospital bed so the ability to ramp up access immediately is really critical to save lives today and tomorrow so the more supplies that we can apply and the more capacity that we can help to support is what the world needs to be doing at the same time the way we're going to turn the corner over the several weeks from now is really to make sure we're reducing the infection rates and taking real public health measures to try to bring down the. amazing spike that we've seen that we've seen in cases over the last several weeks. and that was dr krishna kumar director of the duke global health innovation center in durham north carolina here's a look now at some more of today's pandemic developments the united states will
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start sharing up to 60000000 doses of the astra zeneca vaccine with other countries in the next few weeks the shot is not authorized for use in the u.s. the european union meanwhile is suing astra zeneca over delays in deliveries after the company reduced its supply commitment by 2 thirds for this year and hong kong and singapore have confirmed that they are launching a travel bubble in may travelers will be allowed to fly between the 2 cities without going into quarantine if they meet strict requirements let's take a look now at some of the other stories that are making headlines around the world he was president biden calls it stunning progress in the fight against the corona virus pandemic more than 50 percent of adults in the u.s. have received at least one vaccine dose and the rates of new infections and the rate of deaths both are fall in chad thousands of people have taken to the streets to protest the military council that took power after the death last week of president idriss deby at least 2 protesters were killed the transitional led by
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debby's son has promised an inclusive national dialogue but protesters want an immediate return to civilian rule. or did he say it or not british prime minister boris johnson is under pressure heading into regional elections after a series of damaging leaks multiple media organizations are reporting that johnson said that he would rather see bodies piled high in their thousands than impose a 3rd coronavirus lockdown the prime minister denies the reports and says that his office is investigating the source of the leaks this follows allegations of corruption made by his former chief advisor who claims that mr johnson asked conservative party donors to pay for the refurbishment of his official residence. for more now let's bring in our correspondent very good mosse in london good evening to you barry get this sounds like a lot of drama and downing street. well
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yes indeed brand i mean for a lot of people these remarks alleged remarks by the prime minister would have been in bed taste but there is this really there are many accusations against prime minister berg's johnson that he has acted in a non transparent way when it comes for example to the refurbishment office flat so he's former closest ally really the his advisor dominic cummings who was the mastermind behind it breaks it campaign and really it's also the reason that johnson is even prime minister he was such a close and trusted aide he has now turned against the prime minister and said that he has possibly acted illegally but also on ethically in accepting. donations for his refurbishment of the flat in downing street that is what he alleges now the government says that everything will be paid back but of course the
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opposition is see them on this and are saying that everything needs to be much more transparent but there were other allegations for example that the former prime minister david cameron has logged on behalf of financial company and that that was improper and also that business people have had axes to prime minister boris johnson so so really is slowing of allegations and it really doesn't look good for the prime minister at the moment you know may not look good but will there be any consequences for the prime minister. if there will be any formal consequences that is the subject of several investigations at the moment we don't know that yet but what we do know is that there are local elections next week at the end of next week also elections for the scottish parliament these are very important also on the on
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a national level because of possible scottish independence is at stake suit there is quite a lot of instability at the moment in the u.k. and for the government to be seen in this way i think the most damaging allegations are that voice johnson allegedly made these flippant remarks that many people will find highly inappropriate about he'd rather have seen bodies pile up then go into another coronavirus locked and i think this is what's most potentially most damaging at the moment but at the end of next week there will be the elections so we'll see whether there will be any pushback from the vases when it comes to everything that's being alleged at the moment for the british prime minister you know we will see you next week for sure w.'s big of moss on the story force in london tonight big thank you and we were exhibiting here in berlin charge the wife unworkable of germany's most distinguished nazi hunters for its power was the chief
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prosecutor at the auschwitz trial in 1963 he's best known for his role in bringing holocaust architect to justice in israel. attorney general fritz powell was determined to hold the national socialists legally accountable for their crimes when most in post-war germany just wanted to forget the past imprisoned in the 1930 s. as a young jewish lawyer and committed leftwing power fled to denmark and sweden years later he returned from exile to track down nazi criminals. after the war it seemed logical to bring about what we had trent talk of even though we were idealistic and probably over to mystic. was it about was secured convictions against s.s. members for atrocities committed at auschwitz but only against considerable opposition that's probably a move on the problem was that people holding senior positions in the judicial
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system had themselves be nazis and that meant he was facing institutional resistance and the geek nationalist battle had little trust in officialdom when he found out that out of a human one of the architects of the holocaust was hiding in argentina he told the israeli secret service rather than the german authorities he was driven by a desire for justice and accountability that it was a great humanitarian he fought for justice and democracy that power died suddenly in 1968 his unrelenting battle for a better germany took its toll on his own health it's our sports news now in champions league football premier league chelsea drew with record champions real madrid in their 1st semifinal match in spain chelsea struck early through christiane who is it but by the half hour mark the score was level at $11.00 thanks
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to reelz karim benzema their next match is on may 5th at stamford bridge in england . importantly going to use byron munich have hired army life zigs uli on novels meant to be their new coach next season byron believe noddles one signifies a new generation of coaches signing the 33 year old to a 5 year deal. uli a novel's man became the youngest coach in bundesliga history when he took over at hoffenheim in 2016 the coaching prodigy helped them qualify for the champions league for the 1st time ever. since 2019 he's been at rb life see the bulls have been title contenders every season noddles man has been at the helm and last season he led a life seek to the champions league semifinals in a historic run not goals months sides have always made it difficult for byron munich to defeat champions were forced to find
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a new coach after hockey flick announced he'd be departing at the end of the season that's because i'm ok this is especially for other clubs i wouldn't have ended this contract and it cost buyer a reported $25000000.00 euros to get noddles money out of his rb life's a contract early if that's the case that would make not was mine the most expensive coach in the sport's history indeed in charge. of the decision very good i believe it's the right direction for byron munich to go in because it bothers me a bit that flick resigned but i would not lose money there's a younger option i think is the right step but i think you should not lose money grew up near munich has always made it public that he stripped of coaching byron one day and now the 33 year old will start living his dream on july 1st when he officially takes over and by. you're watching the. top stories the 1st for an emergency supply in india as the country battles
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a catastrophic. as more than 300000 new cases. the start of lifesaving are turning away. business with my colleagues. will be right back.


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