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myers and critic to join us for mattel, the women in asia. i. that's me for them all the money and i mentioned on the voices, the only way i can do is to create my own empire story this weekend on w. w . s. a show coming up today. it's been called one or 2 because was the environmental disasters. hundreds of animals are washing up dead on the countries beaches several weeks after ship. thank of the cost. the government say it's too early to draw conclusions, but conservationist, sounding the alarm, plus the long road to recovery after the deadly 2nd wave of the pandemic code on
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the about us survivors in india, hoping the symptoms of longed coven. the news i'm british manager. welcome to d. w. news asia. glad you could join us for longer facing what activists say is it's west ever marine disaster in the last 5 weeks, more than 200 feet articles and other fish have washed up dead on beaches. there it comes out to the ship, cutting toxic chemicals and plastic pallets caught fire and sank of the west coast . in june. the government is still investigating the cause of the death, but activists say authorities must act now to head off an even greater catastrophe . once again, a dead whale is stranded on pan under a beach. every day the sea washes up new cadavers onto the west coast of 3 long to
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sean copy roost finger heads the save the sea turtles project. he and his helpers work almost around the clock. still their help comes too late for most sea animals . it is very disappointing. and i was really sad to see these scholars are coming regular basis almost every day we are getting calls like this. reading like a few 100 meters. there is a case to be made that there is a link between the dead animals and a ship disaster that occurred in mid may just a few miles off the coast to sri lanka. the sunken cargo ship express pearl carried tons of plastic, particles corrosive nitric acid and heavy oil. but the government says there is no proof of the connection between the dead sea animals and the ship color. we have to investigate whether the sunken ship has anything to do with the dead sea turtle and
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other fish cadavers. i guess it could also be the result of a natural phenomenon or human activity. we will work together with experts to research this camp, reducing the disagrees. he believes that the ship catastrophe one of the greatest environmental disasters ever to hit sri lanka is responsible for the death of many animals in the past. many dead animals were washed on shore during the summer months, but never as many as this year. oh, now we out. maybe 5 times more than that number. usually we will get about, you know, 3040 maximum for you. watched up in our costa lady as along the fence, then called mark a told 5 year received more than $200.00 total and we received a believe this number is still rising. he expects the catastrophe to have massive long term effects. in future you will see more any mostly come because there are no
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system got in fact, i know so effect that i know so that you system got infected. and in addition, when the time more contain as add more can be goes into the water. i can't prove a single once answers and proposed solutions from politicians and for the government to deal with the effects of this ongoing catastrophe. and from on this disaster, i'm joined now by environmentalists anoka of it up in a and ok, welcome. do we know the full extent of this catastrophe? thank you so much for having me. and unfortunately we don't. and this is very sad, very unfortunate that these one because that be so we need to leave the what if we have not that in terms of looking at data to the effect from
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looking at people love that to me understanding the long term effects for generations as well. now, in our report, we also have the fisheries minister, gunshot video sake of saying the link between the dead animals washing up on your lung because beaches and the ship disaster isn't clear. i'm wondering if the government is justified in it skepticism. i mean, i can't really answer that completely, mostly because of the feel looking at that. but what i can say is that i've been on the for a very long time, and we haven't seen this many been watching after the show is still to be something. and i'm hoping that the evidence showing in the speaking about the impact of environmental disaster, what is the impact you're seeing on the local economy, on fishing, for instance?
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and if people are even willing to consume the fish from this region, know it's been a huge problem for a lot of people who are dependent on fishing, officially related activities for very long be doing this much in ration. and suddenly a lot of people don't really know what, especially given the situation, and you can obviously tradition ongoing as well as the pot because it's cold in the fishing industry had been said and, and people are not really comfortable eating anything that used to be sure so is a bit of a issue, actually the major issue, not just people depending on the live, but also people who rely on the family as well. what support is a false coming from the government if any at all,
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for people affected by this. so there have been very responsive support, extend that, for example, that happy and handled that was even out. but in reality, looking at the situation, whether that is something that left to be discussed, as well as looking on the sending, whether people can go back to fishing, even the people really don't want to consume the fish and stuff. so that being some support likely some of the water, especially england fisheries, for example, the area. but a lot of that needs to be for sure. well you can go from here. i'm speaking as an environmentalist. how confident are you that you can recover from this disaster? so i'm going to mom, she's, i would say,
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will take a long time because he's also really affected 3 months. so you need to take a very long time, but nature does regenerate. and what we need to do is to make sure that we have one, for example, regarding the data materials are those things before and even of the country. we find those conventions as well. in the future to a why the situation and to also make any moves and also even things like feed rock can region rates. would you say there is a role here for other nations to provide assistance perhaps, to sri lanka? oh yes. as i said, that's not a situation lend. if we had small, incidental thought people would be in the diamond about
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a year ago. but given the feel of this, i definitely do think that you need a lot of support. i don't be offering for example, you know, well, i know i've it up, they will leave it there for that. i mean, but thank you so much for joining us today. thank you so much for cutting out some updates on the corona. what has been demick across asia? russia has offered effect, seems to not korea once again. i'm going to report that harsh lockdown is needing to extreme hunger. john gang has so far, refused offers of aid from a number of countries. indonesia saw more than a 1000 deaths in a 24 hour period as the country grappled with a severe oxygen shortage and bundle. there is also no on oxygen supplies, while reporting its highest one decades total. since the pandemic, again, well over 11000 infections the spiking cases in bite of issues being blamed on the delta barrier 1st identified in india. yeah,
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it was just possible for devastating 2nd wave in april may, but many who survived him as at that time. now face and lingering one long covert where the body takes longer than expected to fully recover from over 19 it's been almost a month since we spoke a while came back home after a long bout in the hospital. after losing $25.00 killers and still very weak, b plus is now slowly trying to get back to a state of normalcy. and the life he had before it was disrupted by the vehicle with 1900 infection. the only issue was given to him. i under 60 that i will be able to win up on this battle or not. after struggling, initially, the book managed to get admitted to a hospital when his workplace intervened. off the 50 days he spent that 40 was spent in the intensive care unit. he says he lost track of time of days and nights
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. and that the time he spent lying in a room tramped with patience, broke is the worst thing was happening. at the end of the dental day. my legs i, i found that my legs are not working. they are, they're not part of my body. i was not able to cope with the oxygen mask what they have put. and i was really feeling helpless. i said, there is no point in living because i can't cope of a discretion. i left a message to my desk of the brother that i'm not going to survive. i think the lot is going to be my last day. each day he could hear people screaming with pain and discomfort. and each the, he saw some one dying. we both knew he was fighting this infection at the time when the entire city was struggling hard to cope with it. it was his 2 children. he says, who gave him the courage, he needed the 1st feeling that was bare with me. 247 was the feel. feel of losing him. you want to return back to normal. you just want to see those 4 members
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of your family together on the dining table. konica says the experience with their father and the site they saw at the hospital have made all of them stronger as a family. one of the biggest address was missing his diamond ceremony from an organization. he spent nearly 4 decades in an a. d have spent months preparing for but he's turning over a new leaf now. and his entire focus is on his him. he wants to live along how the fulfilling life was covered by him. if more tougher than the covert thing. i'm really finding it very difficult to cope with me. the recovery time because there's already one month, there's already one month. i'm not able to walk even the 10th of technical. so you pick what doctors are telling it will take 6 plus one small slow step at
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a time. he's trying to move towards full recovery. but with every task still a challenge. he knows it will take a long time and that's it for today. there's of course more information on the covert situation, an issue on our website. and you can follow us on facebook and twitter up as well back tomorrow. at the same time, we'll see you then, bye bye. the news . people in trucks injured when trying to see the city center. more and more refugees are being turned away. families to be crated. and trade people
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around 200 people around the world. more than 300000000 people are speaking with you. why? because no one should have to flee the make up your own line. w. need for mines the you get this here we are again in can at the long awaited international film festival from impressions from wednesday's red carpet and the premier of everything went fine. the latest offering by french director, hol, swap was starring the wonderful still fema. so, along with her co stars only diesel engines in,
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via and without welcome to arts and culture, where we'll go live once again through the can film festival. but before we do, this is also in the pipeline. the iconic boon chapel in near cologne is the venue for an encounter between are willing to foe and the art of his friends, painter and director julian snob or cinema is back. the sun is shining and the future looks bright with loads of great films in the offing at the cannes film festival. 24 films this time in competition. and let's get a glimpse of the competition film. everything went fine. by acclaimed french director pulse was gone. as i've mentioned, it's a very down to earth drama, about assisted suicide. that definitely gives a few pull on the heart of the
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and joining me once again from cannon is my colleague, scott rock, bro. scott's good to see you in the sun is still shining. a new film by full size is always always an event, of course, because he's so unpredictable. so what's your take on this one? yeah, i cared. yeah, it's you definitely right. i mean those on does everything he does melodrama as he does. he does crime stories. he was mr. easy to thrillers. in this case though, it's a drama, a very, very simple drama about assisted suicide. so if you my, so please the grown up daughter who has to help her father in his life. and the interesting thing about this film though, i mean, we've seen this subject to movies before michelle, because more was about this subject, which one here and can number of years ago. but 1st of all is all approach is a bit different. he, he does approach the subject not in
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a way to that would be controversial, but really in a matter of fact way and even managers to add some, some touches of sort of gallows humor that, that light net a bad it's, i found the best, those all film that he's ever made, but definitely a very gentle and moving portrait of, of an incredibly difficult subject. indeed, while we have to have a blockbuster in the mix today, of course, thought and there's a new film by tom mccarthy with matt damon. so let's have a quick peek at bill water. marcell. ah ah, i went to the gold stillwater on it. i thought a little piece of home. i know that everybody is like we have exhausted every possibility. get next. it's
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not helping me doing that myself. so now i'm trying to get my little girl out of jail, that's all i care about. okay, so that looks like a nail biter. scott was matt damon in his usual relentless mode. what can you tell us about it? yes, i'll have to be a little bit careful for this don't because it doesn't screen until friday in cancel. i can't give any spoilers, but i can basically say this. matt damon plays a really rough neck tight guy. guy works on an oil rig. he's a strain from his daughter, but when she is arrested in mar, say, and thrown into jail, accused of murdering someone, he comes to to try and help her out. and he tries to clear her name. she claimed she is not guilty, and he tries to negotiate the, the french legal system and, and sort of investigate the case himself without speaking any french. so of course address, because as you mentioned that the director this from the director of spotlight,
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which was oscar oscar winning film. and so a lot of people looking at this movie to see if it could be an awards container. on a more historical plan, director todd haynes is back with a brand new documentary on the band velvet underground. so let's just take a quick look at how that sounds. german she uses, which never is land or c alone blooms with the air inside the mind. patterns and motion and actually knows. moving with matt in the search the heart, the very much reflecting the times there. i know you're enthusiastic about this one . scott. so tell us more. yeah, i mean i'm a huge, huge fan of velvet underground. so any documentary for me would be preaching to the choir but, but this is really, really interesting film i taught in courses, but for an own, for his features,
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films like carol or far from heaven. what he does here is he, i think, really gets under the skin of the bands of what made velvet underground so special both their music and, and sort of the art that they, that they created and uses the incredible archive footage the music of course. and then a lot really interesting interviews with the surviving members of the band and people who knew them. and so if you're a huge fan like myself, obviously you're gonna love this movie. but i think it's also a great introduction to people who don't even have maybe never heard of velvet underground of the band. okay, now there's another documentary about a famous star, but this one's a very intimate portrait by shutting down booth about her famous mother jane biskin have a little community long. she was wanting to talk to me. i wanted to see cuz i do
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have talk to the phone in time. so some emotional stuff there after thinking and acting, this is charlotte young rules for stab at directing. how does it tally up? yeah, that was very interesting. of course, he's a really already a legendary actress in as soon as you mentioned, but this is her 1st film as a director. what's interesting about this movie is it's not your typical a documentary sort of the life and kind of documentary doesn't look into jane burkins incredible carrier as an actress. instead, it's a very personal documentary. it's sean connery, gainesville looking at her mother and in trying to understand her mother. and it's really about their own relationship. and again,
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it's like i said that in doing the documentary and having to have the distance of having a camera in between them. she was able to talk to her mother away, she never had been before and actually get a level of intimacy that they had not existed before. so i very fascinating a film, especially if you're a fan of either of these 2 amazing actress. okay, scott, well, i wanted to ask you one more question, but i'm afraid i think we've run out of time. i'll be fine. my waltz with brush. your fame also has a new spin on and frank, but we'll have to get to that. another time. thanks very much for joining us from the quiz that's in can and thanks for those insights and happy viewing for the rest of it. thank you. oh, back to germany now. and what does an artist do when he learns that a close friend has passed while he paints or sculpt, or in some way, tries to create, to defy the inner ability of death? all american painter julian novel did just that when his long time friend site warmly died back in 2011. the works are now on show near cologne, in germany,
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where another old friend came by to give them their due. ah, the $950.00 chapel bills, 5 puts a price. we're not gonna treat an architectural gym and for the past 10 years, the venue for the top exhibitions, hollywood village, defo, y'all, time friend of artist julian snapple, has been shooting a film nearby. on a day off, he came to take in an exhibition of large format, novel paintings. ah, when i'm here by myself, i took it all in and of course, the miracle of this show. and i'm not saying that just to be pollyanna positive is it's so well integrated, these pieces look like it was made for,
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for this specific chapel. and it all comes together just purely and symbolically. and there's, there's a dialogue going on here. but they're all speaking the same language. all these the judy and novel dedicated these words to his friend, the painter sigh tombly who died 10 years ago. the series is called on the day side died. we caught up with the painter and film director via assume at his home in montauk, on america's east coast. shaky camera work, we cooked up novel freestyle. i painted them out here. i painted them the day that i found the side di, my daughter a little call me from italy. she was there. so i was 6 hours ahead of us and you told me i was dead and i had this material around and i laid the things out and
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painted the painted ah, outside. i just wanted to paint the pain. and so i didn't think of where they were going to go. everything is not so premeditated, you know, 10 years old. they seem to have found the home here. the large dog campuses were created by applying very light white st to top holdings taken from ministry trucks . so elemental fits with the kind of clean, clean this of the chapel and also just the kind of austerity of matters spiritual. let's get serious. now we get some crosses. ah
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julian, julian, i'm looking at your paintings from this beautiful place and the will is floating. i think the physicality of the paintings and the size of them. they also relate to sculptures and things that are in the physical world. so they're not really just pictures of things. they are things ah, ah, what a fascinating encounter there with memories of the last temptation of christ, i'm sure going through his mind. well, finally, a very different immersive art experience awaits visitors in mexico city. as a new exhibition takes them into the world of iconic painter feed carlo. the walk through digital installation celebrates her life and was especially timed for her
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100 and 14th birthday on wednesday. so we will leave you with some images about an until next time from all of us here in berlin. go well, the, who's the news. the news, the news
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