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oh, can you hear me now? yes, yes, we can hear you. and how long is germantown? we bring you uncle michael and you've never before the prize you. so what is? who is medical really what move, want to people who follow along the way. admirers and critics aligned to the world's most powerful woman, changing her leg is paid, showing us the macros. last the the news the news a shot today on the program. why eating disorders are becoming increasingly common in china? many young women are risking their health in pursuit of unrealistic bonding image goals. what's, what's the pursuit? and what can be done to stop it? plus, life has never been easy for transgender women, didn't administer. we hear how some are now facing new and unexpected hardships as
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the region take measures to keep it in check. the news i'm british managing welcome to dw news asia. glad you could join us. pressure to conform to conventional ideas about beauty is having dangerous consequences in china, particularly among women, if leading to increasing cases of eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia. a study from 2019 estimated more than 1500000 chinese was suffering from an eating disorder. i'll be talking to someone who's experienced this 1st hand in a moment. but 1st, this report, the junction one knows how to love and take care of her own body to day. but she
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learned the hard way. the 23 year old still has faded memories of the severe eating disorder that almost killed her all that time i was around 20 kilograms. it was short, not long before i was hospitalized. when i was being hospitalized junk . 30 herself esteem was low affected by extreme beauty standards shared on the internet. like this one, women comparing their wastes to the width of an a full sized paper. such challenges are common on chinese social media. they once convinced john that skinny in us will bring happiness, which only turned into a nightmare was that i could walk by myself. my feet didn't have any strength. my body couldn't function very well. and i couldn't even see very clearly that my hair was very fluffy, and i hopefully had anything left. i knew that i was seriously. well,
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i didn't go to the doctor now recovered, cho helped organize this exhibition against body shaming. a phenomenal expert say has skyrocketed in reason to use this store plastered with abusive messages represent to pain and struggle. many participants used to have and this self marriage ceremony a pledge to cherish themselves for the rest of their lives. the jo moved every single one in the room or is it a drill i had oh, i was an ugly girl since i was a kid and thought the people and we like in girls. so comfortable what was in the
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process of my recovery. i feel that a healthy skin tone of 30 body and a strong heart of the most important things in this will help played out little. this is what john keeps reminding herself every day. that confidence is what makes one beautiful. so i mean from hong kong is stephanie and found an executive director of body banter, hong kong based nonprofit, the chairs, resources, and information on body image and mental health. stephanie, welcome this pursuit of the id, body shape of any specific cultural factors in china. for instance, that are driving it. thank you for having me today. and i can speak a little bit about how there might be some cultural pressures on based on my own experience. and also in my research that i've learned about. and i think that's something that's really prominent is that there is, there is
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a lake between the body, the way that it looks and morality. so, the way that we fundamentally are, and so as a lot of us are familiar with, there tends to be a belief that an individual who are a smaller bodies are more disciplined or more successful. and individuals and larger bodies are seen as left disciplined or more lazy. and this link seems to be more pronounced in chinese cultural settings. between physical appearance and morality in the sense that this association is really fed to us from a really early age. and it's constantly reiterated in our daily life. and something important to note about this link is also that it's really reiterated and reinforced in neil time setting, particularly because neil time stuttering things are such crucial site of interpersonal connection in chinese context. so for example, a common idiom that to used in tiny culture is that and if you don't finish your
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bullet rice, you're going to marry someone who had pimples all over their face. and so it is through this kind of cultural belief that makes life outcomes with eating behavior that creates such a complex linkage between how we eat, how we look, who a fundamentally or an adult is. do these linkages extend to other areas of daily life as well, for example, in school or, or in your peer group for instance. yeah, so it seems that especially in familial setting it is pronounced because these are the places where you have the intergenerational on passing on of knowledge. but it definitely can extend to school settings as well because these are, this is common knowledge, common cultural knowledge that can be prevail, pervasive in all social setting. so if every child hasn't said this kind of beliefs, then everyone in the peer group will reinforce it as well. so yes,
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i would say that it is pervasive throughout different social groups. stephanie, how much of a link is there with social media, for instance? and the idea version of beauty that we see in our times, or is it just a case of the traditional linkages that you were referring to right now? yeah, this is a question that i thought a lot about to, which is that how much of it is social media and how much of it is to do with cultural beliefs or belief that we've been taught by our family. and i think that there is no, there is no one answer to this because with eating disorders and with all mental illness, all mental illnesses, it's the confluence of factor that comes from. it depends on the person's individual temperament as well. so if this person is very engaged to engage with social media a lot and takes these messages to heart, then social media messaging may be more prominent as a risk factor for them. but if the person is more, feel more accountable to,
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let's say their family, families, expectations, or, or other kinds of expectations that they receive. and then they would be influenced by those factors warm. and you know, in some cases, and in many cases, actually, both of these things will come together and reinforce each other to create a very complex, intricate kind of pressure. so, stephanie, are these struggles unique to just women, or do men go through these as well? eating disorders don't discriminate, the effect, anyone of any of any demographic treat. so any gender, any socio demographic and stuff, socio economic status any and, and, and any background and any background. so there's definitely no specific group that it is exclusively impacted by eating disorders. but there is obviously a different set of manifestations that affect each group. so for example,
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with women, there may be greater obsession with, than ideal with men. it may be manifested in the form of, of experiencing obsession with the muscular ideal for so it manifest really. but everyone can experience it. what are you spoke about your own experiences with eating disorders? and i wonder if that can help inform other people about the warning signs to watch out for what is it that people can watch out for to a lot themselves to what's happening with themselves or with others. absolutely, that's a great question. with warning signs, i think that there are a bunch of different symptoms that can, can manifest. but i think something that's very important is that linkage between morality and eating behavior. so a big warning sign is when the person starts to say things like, you know, if i don't eat a certain way that i'm a bad person or the person expresses this kind of belief. because when that happens,
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they can start to engage in disordered eating behavior. like meals, like you know, bingeing and purging, these kinds of behavior become integrated into the person that's identity and then start becoming a pervasive pattern of behavior that becomes a deep part of how they behave and how they come to see themselves. so that is kind of a warning sign when you start to see the kinds of attachment and the personal attachment to the billiard. stephanie, and we'll have to leave it there for that. i mean, but thank you so much for joining us today. but though very insightful views on this. thank you very much for having me. oh, life for the transgender community indian control kush me has never been easy. despite their work, as matchmakers and wedding entertainers. they think a lot of facility and discrimination, but off late best situation has become even worse as loc towns in the region
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prevent them from going about their business, leaving some facing destitution you sub numb. danny, is that transgender woman living in india administered crush me? she was lead members the days when she would dance at wedding now she mostly stays at home. the disruptions caused by a corona, by the restrictions and the log down by indian authorities after daily walks the regions autonomy in 2019 have taken that all over our work has suffered a lot even before the lock downs. our earnings were meager. now they have dried up the community not only faces discrimination and hostility from the society. their self expression is also a to boost object of the muslim majority region. where to go as a term gender. in the place we live in. we cannot opt for 16 per piece and our holy
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book also doesn't allow that. hey, john amos fund, he's a right after is for the l g b t. community interest me. he says mental health issues are prevalent in the communities. they're not able to reconcile between religion and their sexuality, or for that matter as their gender identity as well, and then start the abuse. and it starts from the families on, on the and this abuse is, or, you know, it's, it's the word but it's physical. it is sexual as well in a month we would receive just one case of, you know, mental health issue from the community. now we are receiving a lot of cases, did out about 4000 members in the community. and few have received government aid. but chad num lives in the hope that her work as a dancer and a match mika will resume once again. last, i could never me, but i work with dignity when i bring to families to get there during much meetings,
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i hope it continues. after the government began evening, long known restrictions in cash meet over the weekend, that will may have come a step closer. and that's it for today. and this week there's other news in analysis from the region on our website dot com forward slash a share. and you can of course, give the latest updates on our facebook and twitter profiles as well. rebecca again, on monday at the same time we will see you then by the, the i what people just matters to us in that's why we listen to their stories reporter every weekend on d, w,
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w, crime, sliders, or back africans. most radio drama theory continues this seasons a story focused on have speech, cholera, prevention and sustainable charcoal production. all episodes are available online. and of course you can share and discuss on the w africa, facebook page, and other social media platforms, crime fighters to noon. now the new aesthetic for you and hope and self confidence. it's much more than a passing trend and it's leaving it's mark on artistic expression from film to fashion, from literature, to music. welcome to arts and culture. this edition is
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dedicated to africa futurism. the term was coined in the 1900 ninety's. but the cultural trend, it describes dates back to at least the civil rights era of the 1950 and sixty's. when african american musician, sun ra, made a link between the ancient egyptians and the space age, the term itself with us to a reimagining of a high tech future through a black cultural lens. counteracting euro centric traditions that have acquainted blackness with being primitive. around the world, africa futurism is inspiring and redefining the work of an increasing number of artists. so fostering a seat belt and get ready for a journey through a brave and colorful you whoa. kenyan artist cyrus could bureau breeze new life and do started technology. abandoned radios become space, age, communication devices,
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rusting geared bicycles called black mumbles. i turned into sculptures that could have been left here by an alien civilization. bureau had been making our for years before a gallery in italy, gave it a label, acro future as i didn't know about the future. that's my fuck 10 per year. there was for future his series of eyeglasses called feast on me to brew famous, constructed from crash collected on his travels. there are mash out both different cultural traditions. to me, that is a feature like it's a combination of different cultures. listen material different from like global, but it's something that you can see more often more a shift. no more. for future. with
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black panther, hollywood finally gave the world a new perspective on africa. the superhero movie set and the high tech african land will conduct brought afro futurism into the mainstream. a world away from hollywood in a boot nigeria, after futurism is also taking root. a new generation of african artists is looking at their own culture from a new angle, comic book artist you to g ma, kinda credits black panther aqua card before. now i've been known to be for about the 3rd, what's called 3 black font up links to the phone as it was power me with the knowledge it was mind africans everywhere were wow. in this comics. what kinda uses sy, fi and fantasy to address real world issues, the political power,
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corruption and abuse. lucky lou set in 2050 a de imagine africa as a world power battling on the global stage alongside china. and the u. s. spaceships modeled on, senegalese fishing boats, a post apocalyptic world, inspired by west african folklore, a zimbabwe and super hero. just some of the comics published by calling media which brings the vast and afro futurist art and animation to the world. so well within that same price, we just saw much in that to be on there will be a waste if it was, you know, it gets disney is listening. go hollywood drive is backing. you watch a sy fi animated series created by who golly. details of the plot are still top secret. pre mike tuffy got that fiction story taking place in
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the class inequality. and i'm very careful. yeah, yeah. that's all i can say. whether in comics, movies, music, or design, the art of acro futurism, combines tradition with imagination to envision a brighter future for africa and the world. the author of that report is scott rock spar, and he's with me in the studio. welcome scott. now you spent some time looking into this, the term for a future ism, in decades old already, but right now it seems to be enjoying a revival. yeah, as you mentioned, i mean the idea of this, the stylist, a combination of african traditions miss with, with sort of science fiction motifs around maybe since the 50s or sixties. but it really enjoyed a new or mainstream revival with, with black panther. and i think a lot of the credit there has to go to the costume designer, the oscar winning costume designer, about film. ruth carter,
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because what she did was combine sort of really ancient african designs with sort of a futuristic a style and. and by making this combination, she was able to create a vision of africa that was both super high tech, but also true to african history. and this film and her designs were hugely inspirational. i'm also african artists because the 1st time they were showing a hollywood film that imagined africans as superheroes, not as history. and one of those african artists is photographer osborne materia, he's been called a master creating all turn it back universes. tell us more about him. yeah, i was going to try as fast that he is a toggle for and what he does is he uses sort of 5 pi motifs to reinterpret both african history and the african a present. he has a full series, for example, that reimagine can use now mile independence fighters and he matches them as high
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tech opticians resides, fi, fi, glasses in order to fight british colonialism. and much re told me that he deliberately works against the sort of negative images that the offices and western media of africa and tries to take members from outside from the outskirts of society and, and put them in the new in a new light. one of my favorite works of his is that will be underground fight club, which imagines short stature, people as, as warriors, as members and sort of a global, a fight called basically what i tell you what's to do is to retell african history and to sort of recapture it from the distortions of, of the western view of africa. okay, scott, as well as inspiring art after a few tourism has played a huge role in empowering black artists to tell their own story, their own futures. does it also have a political agenda? i think for a lot of artists, it does have a very political agenda, especially on african artists because we're talking about communities and cultures
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in which have often their history of often been distorted or even destroyed by colonialism or, or by slavery. and so for a lot of the featured artist, by using these motifs of science fiction, they're able to sort of reimagine their own past and project it into a sort of utopian future. and to tell their own story in their, for their own perspective in a way that doesn't, isn't district shape are distorted by the, the sort of western view. ok. all right, well thank so much for coming in and showing your insights. now afro futurism has also played a huge role in music in the 1970 s george clinton on least p funk on the world with futuristic lyrics and album covers and large pets before him descending to the stage from a space ship. well, recently beyond say, revive the theme with her visual album. black is king. and here in berlin, nigerian born neo soul artist wayne snow is also combining the futuristic with the traditional for him to his african heritage. is
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a major inspiration. future for me is just the tools we use and the afro official reason. african means that it is rooted in tradition. wayne snow won't be put in a box i i has blend sole pump and electronic sounds. makes it easy, listening, but it requires hard work in the studio. ah yeah. so we mix in down, nina and we recorded live with the whole band with no gigs last year. musicians have been promoting them using by making live versions of the songs to put on line when you record it. this live tech,
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this live tech here. i think you right into the books in. ringback ringback ringback me, when usually puts a lot of thoughts into his visuals, he often visits art galleries for inspiration, both for his videos and for the music itself, which he says he can actually see i have a bit of a finished asian. that is when i hear sounds follows like goes with follows. so i've always tried to express the visual part of the music. that is what i make, produce that sound. i try to be all show people the colors that go with it. if i were to do a music create here are be definitely influenced by these callers around as well as a connection between sound and vision. the nigerian artist wants to show his funds
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a different image of africa. this me was quite important for me to show people that well, you can have things very beautiful things come in from africa as well. and you have the impression that were made anywhere else. so it was really, really something i wanted to just show this how natural it is. and on my 1st video 70, the idea was to show like this traditional way of work and which is on this game. i had black and we use the same kind of a way approach that do the messiah for the neck laces. inspired by a 1st teacher, isn't this meeting a future? and tradition is a core theme in his music. ah, when you see it looks sure istic what's the experience people told me they had was
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that future? what are the same kind of found? it was rooted strong tradition. ah, we just use like some more into like this camera feel me me or so. we use some like traditional option when both they meet it create a future. wayne is looking to the future here and then the artists we featured are just a few of the many his work is being inspired by our for futurism. i'll leave you with one of the artists credited with taking the movement into the mainstream. janelle monet's science fiction infused poetry and song, often through the eyes of a sassy female android alter ego, takes a futurism to another level. see you next time.
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the ah, the africa. from the national park in congress, the he and his family would love nothing more than to live in peace. but poachers and farmers and hunting them in, threatening the species what's being done to protect africa, 90 minutes on d. w. be your own health advocate by turning into your own expert or your coach without any fiction. in fact, the actors in
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a clever d . w. in december 2019 the european councils new president show me shows embarked on a ground breaking mission to your job to make you the 1st time to turn on the planet by 2015 but not all member states supported and some persuasion is requiring a surprising glimpse into the very heart of power. negotiations, appliances, a clattering and incentives, but best laid plans often go astray, to host who will win the game of diplomatic poker. the
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entry power plays and alliances behind the scenes of the climate summit starts august 5th on dw, the news d w. the live from berlin. vital aid will continue to flow to the syrians after the un security council vote to keep a disputed corridor and opened russia, protested the operation thing, it violated serious sovereignty. but the renewal means another year of supplies for millions of civilians in the rebels controlled north. also coming up on the show,
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have you hillary on display as the us and you praying wrap up several days of war against the black sea health. despite objections from russia, we'll hear from our correspondence in ukraine, and a man hunted underway for the assassins of the president of haiti. police. these men are part of the hips. why did they killed it over? no more. in his home. they're searching for more stuff back and their motive ah, hello, i'm claire. richard's been a very warm welcome to the show. a lifeline. a 2 millions of syrians has been extended for another 12 months. the un security council has voted to continue age shipments through turkey, interest areas, rebel held territory to fight opposition from russia, as an ally to the syrian government. moscow said the 8 operation violates the country sovereignty by going through
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a so called back door border crossing. rather than passing through the capital, damascus, but 8 organizations say it's vital to civilians in the north, east lip, the capital of a disputed province of the same name in the north west of syria. elizabeth, the last stronghold of the opposition malicious and syrian president assad wants to bring it back under his control. 4000000 people are stuck there in the hospital. they're fighting another battle. this one against the corona virus. vaccines are scarce. only 46000 doses have been administered since may. the only way to get more vaccines is from across the turkish border. but in england, people don't believe the regime will help them in their fight against the pandemic . us. if we don't trust the regime, they have promised in the past to deliver vaccine. and now they promised again. but here in the liberated areas, we never received anything. i experience with them goes away back. they want the
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syrian population to start and die. joe was shot so currently eaten others getting supplies through a back door. the only open border crossing from turkey called jill, that you there. bob a. how well on the syrian side, some $1000.00 trucks make the trip. once a month. some of the money comes from europe, the un organize of the shipments it's an ongoing war. it's an active front line. there's been showing every single day. and the last year they've been multiple strikes and other missile attacks in these kind of conditions . it's very difficult to get agreement between the parties to the conflict, to safe route into evil. it is through turkey, but aside and russia, i want to block the entry point. you commissioner for crisis management janish lin, our church visit at the shipment center on the turkish side of the border. europeans and the you need to find a compromise with their ally,
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russia. you commissioners angry, but it's putting a good face on the matter as you to be a union representative. i could only say that this issue should not be about politics. this should be about helping people who need help across the border in the province around one and a half 1000000 refugees have no permanent home. they live in camps. there are no jobs. they rely on help from outsides. their concerns about the threat and closure of the border crossing couldn't log regina and robin ho, flower fuel medicine. everything comes through the bob. i'll how a crossing. if they close the crossing, they might as well barry us alive because we will all starve. there will be nothing here whether the border is closed or not, the syrian refugees will remain a bargaining chip in the struggle for power to afghanistan. now the last of the
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german armed forces have returned from that conflict, but many are still searching for resolution. afghans who helped the boon despair over the years, fear for their lives. as a germany has a continued responsibility to protect them. the while here in germany, criticism is growing over the treatment of returned to soldiers. it is on your car reports on the difficult end of a foreign mission, a memorial to the dead. the forest of remembrance, as a boon does their cause, it's, it's dedicated to the men and women of the military who lost their lives in the course of duty. steph, i'm gone. he's a guy that the memorial site, which was set up in 2014, many years after the start of the mission enough, got his then probably it's your and putting edition a culture of remembrance and the use of memorial. com to rise from one day to the neck of the fun height of mall and she and he misses. they have to grow the culture of remembrance within the grows as the mission progresses. and was the experiences
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of the soldiers on that mission. the united that's fans and he's a culture of remembrance and he's growing know that most people in germany have never even heard of the forest of remembrance, which is far from the capital. germans don't feel particularly close to their country's military. the trib withdrawal from afghanistan is a point in case when to so gaze landed in germany, there was no petition to greet him. days later, the countries still discussing whether and if so, how to do it should be paid to dimension. another controversial point is the treatment of afghans who work for the german mission underground, translators, for instance, they won't. the point is there to guarantee the safety since the withdrawal. they fear retribution by the taliban. i'm told that the hand for allies of the west has already started in my very sorry we hear people in the neighborhood are being taken away by the taliban or local assistance feel they have to go into
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hiding and you look at all mark is gross himself 13 gunnison now he lobbies for afghans, twisted the mission to be brought to germany. but the federal government is demanding that they pay for their own flights. german officials say the country has issued 2400 v does happen in all aspects of our mission and we were assisted by dedicated and competent afghans. both men and women for support desk says, i think this done without them, we would not have been able to do the job. we would send that to do we understand the responsibility we have for these people in the forests of remembrance, there will soon be another memorial grove dedicated to the soldiers who fails in mazar e sharif. the city were many people who had to german mission a few waiting for help from germany. let's turn our attention now to
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some other stories that are making headlines at this hour. for instance, to begin with, the growing fruit fighting is when the extremists in the hell region of africa, french president and manuel macro has been holding talks of the leaders of 5 african nations in french forth has been battling rebels linked to al qaeda and the so called islamic state. 78, people are now known to have died in the collapse of an apartment building in florida. another 62 are still missing. rescue workers have been searching the rebel for victim since the condo in certified bel, more than 2 weeks ago. lithuanian military is building a 550 kilometer long razor wire barrier. on board with bell roof. the sweeney and authorities accused their neighbor of allowing hundreds of migrants to enter the european union illegally. ellers allowed crossings in retaliation for new sanctions imposed after minced ground at a flight to arrest
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a dissident blogger and war games involving the u. s. ukraine and 30 other nations are wrapping up in the black sea operation. seabreeze has been held to fight strong objections from russia. the largest maneuvers in decades have been taking place around the waters of crimea, which russia antics from ukraine in 2014 kia wants to join the nato alliance, and will host more exercises with the us all. and with laying out later this month . and for more i'm now joined by dw correspondent nick a connolly. he joined us from odessa, a port city on the black sea in ukraine and nick us. so good to you. you have just spent the last 3 days on the navy destroyer. the u. s. s. ross, i tell us about your experience. is there wallclear, we were shattered the whole time by russian aircraft russian ships were within a few miles nautical miles of us destroy. i was on the bizarre thing was that the
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commanders and the officers on board that american destroyer basically weren't allowed, was seemingly, were told, not even mentioned russia by name. so we had lots of talk about interoperability between the u. s. navy, with the ukranian navies and other countries, but spacing in this side. but there was no talk about basically the elephant in the room. the ships we were seeing, the plains that were buzzing the ship. i was on. that was pretty strange, given that we've come out of months of tensions between the western russia over ukraine, we saw russia messing troops on ukraine borders. so a bit of a strange situation. their talk of being out in session was never one of the allowed to be there, but no real willingness to actually engage and talk about what was happening around us. how bizarre, just to give us a sense of the geographical condition. how close did you come to crimea on that destroyer? so during the exercise, we weren't actually particularly close to crimea. we were, i'd say, probably no closer than 4050 miles from crimea. that's the big difference in recent
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weeks between a purchase destroyer. was there a british war ship, the defend coming a lot close to crimea, that provoked big diplomatic spac between moscow and london. they didn't of the ones repeat that this time around. but that wasn't necessary to have all that russian activity around us in the international wards of black. see, there is a heavy russian presence. the russians brought back some of their biggest ships mediterranean. so really it was, it's felt in some ways, parallel weapon rush next size to groups of ships, basically trailing each other around the black sea and looking at each other down, binoculars, sometimes pretty tensely it. sometimes it's felt like it become a bit of routine that just help us understand what take a step back. can you tell us what the intention behind these drills is? so on paper, see these drills are about interoperability about learning to work with other navies that subsea the formal goal of this. but also the big picture is, of course, this is a show of support for ukraine. after those weeks and months, basically,
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high tension here. and you can, off the russians, mobilize a huge part of the military and put it out on a long ukraine's borders. that was a show of force these ex, happy health before but never as such a big scale. it has to be said though, it didn't really fear mongering on the part of the west because only $5000.00 people took part in these exercises. that's several times less than the russians bring out yearly. so it's still pretty small contingent, but it is attempts to support you, especially at a time where the west is not offering ukraine nature membership or any other kind of formal security guarantees. so lots of good reasons, the green to stay worried, but the westerly trying to show that you hadn't forgotten about this country. 7 years after premier with an ex he w correspondent, nick connelly reporting for us from odessa. thank you so much. columbia says it will send an intelligence mission to haiti and to help investigate the assassination of presidential vanelle louise haitian police claim. and they've captured 17 suspects and killed several others among those arrested r, columbia,
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an ex, military, and to do us haitian citizens with motives remain unclear. authorities are still searching for more members of the alleged hit squad. the, the pursuit for haiti's assassins is on the many show and wonder how president juvenile know he's normally under tie. security could be killed in the middle of the night. the fact that he was no good for the haitian people, it's true that he never listened, but nobody is happy at the way he died. several of the suspects are now in police. custody. and guns has been confiscated. with at least 6 of them appear to be ex soldiers of the columbia, an army. according to columbia, no official angry
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haitians are gathering outside the police station and mashing suspect cars. police are now cautioning against mitchell and stuff, but the main people that we have found has we have an obligation to protect them. we cannot take justice into our own hands and tell him prime minister cloud. joseph has declared a state of emergency and stepped up to leave the country until new elections can be held. but has legitimacy is being challenged by a rival candidate audience already. just the day before more youthful killed already was named new prime minister. but he has not yet been sworn in the field of our growing that a fight with the president feet may create a power vacuum unleashing photo instability. you're watching the w news before we
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go here. they reminder of our top story 8 who millions of syrians will continue for un security council members. renewed a resolution allowing supplies to reach the war torn country. they passed through turkey into rebel held territory. russia sped, it violates the syringe government offering oscillation has been renewed for another 12 months. that's all for me for now. so gail will be back with more news at the top of the hour. i play richard been in berlin for me in the team for watching. ah, the secret lie behind these wall discover new adventures in 360 degree and explore fascinating world heritage site, the w world heritage 360 pm now.


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