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when a monk thinks he's found an irrefutable argument, he slaps his hands together. so subject doesn't really matter. the most important thing is the discussion itself and having some fun. a white horse really white yeah, because you know, a white horse isn't white and it's a living being more just like the horseman or the horse, the light. why? why do another of the monks recreational activities in the weekly outing? every sunday, the monasteries residence go into town, though there is no question of senior and his friends coming to the temptations of the streets with the money they collected the previous day. the monks
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can treat themselves to a meal, a strictly vegetarian one almost some signal. that's what do you eat meek? no, we don't. you don't know each and every beans or the parents haven't been even single be who haven't been not that is so in the eating of parents made. so it is a big thing actually. and then the problem is that the prison, if you could remember being of being off parents and you really believe in donation . of course everybody is going to you what you would be. my father mother was for you the best interviewing candidate for the next life. again, as a monk, if possible, you to turn in a country doesn't matter what you've done is. so story is not the j. no, it's,
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it's actually is a paradise is very we say that is on the very just because we are sort of since we are looking, we seeing this, this is normal, this, but actually some today i don't know when i'll guide accompany senior on his way back to the monastery, the reunion of the 2 former troublemakers, he's over and they'll return to their everyday lives. with me today, cynthia seems to have found the pathway to happiness. but he will need to train for 9 more years to become an ordained monk. back in to improve, we visit grace the entrepreneur. she lives in a small 3 room apartment with her 2 children and 2 sisters. either
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on the list when you're really tired. so in a month we used to go out with the friends and the siblings that we can enjoy a moment. so you know, like not exactly party, but it's a place where we can relax and enjoy some music. why? yes. okay. this evening grace takes her 2 sisters with her as the head of a company and head of the family. grace is one of the few car owners into town. it's a privilege here. let's have fun tonight. yeah. so i'm going back summer futon has just a handful of bars where young people can meet. greatest favorite is the tim poo
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club, a party sport for the capitals, affluent youth, the here they let loose to pope and run a far cry from traditional cultural offering. oh my one right now and enjoy it, but it's nothing like that. we have to go back to the normal like every thing what we have on here, men and especially women, a free to enjoy themselves without fearing the center of a society that still quite conservative because
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when they, when they don't know what's going on and from do i can find like for me and like you want to have them in david and they want to know what one thing let me look and come in and enjoy a woman yet through towns society and lord. changing in december 2020 parliament decriminalized homosexuality. and these club young people smoke entering counseling hole in public spaces. it's another story to combat the high level of alcoholism in the country. the government banned the sale of alcohol one day a week. now every tuesday is known as dry day. hello?
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it was, it was yeah, why don't i use the lori strictly and he had to just put it into town tuesdays. alcohol free day by striking, right. the what is your idea know, and in other countries way it's like ah, another ban smoking in public places in 2004 baton with ahead of its time legislating on the issue during our visit. there are no smokers on the streets. however, even though the government also ban cigarette sales, many small shopkeepers,
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still selling them under the counter the buyer for the school. we have to pay the fines and make sure the position is dangerous. dangerous. it's very limited to me. far reaching legislation has been passed regarding food as well. though it may not always be followed to the letter as we see visiting the large markets in him who 3 times a week, small farmers from the surrounding area come here to silver spices, fruit and vegetables. hold organic, of course. there's also plenty of meat for sale, even though officially it's strictly forbidden to kill animals in futon.
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completing an amount of me along with meat 2 tons, neighbor to the south supplies the country with fuel and cheap labor in the rapidly expanding capital to improve most of the new construction is carried out by indian workers. almost everything is done by hand and safety standards are often legs. but the most dangerous construction sites located outside the city. as an altitude of almost 3000 meters, a colossal building project is changing the face of the mountain. since 961, thousands of indian workers have been coming every year to work on this road that's destined to cross the country from east to west. despite the
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magnitude of the task and its dangers, the men when know protected clothing, let alone helmets. they work with what little the company provides arjun is 18 years old, and this is his 1st time on the site. up to you guys, don't you have other shoes? me, you know. no other work she has. the company provides us with some, but mine a wreck in this job. they don't most toxic tough mountain sickness, no protective gear, and no accident insurance. this work poses many dangers, yet there is no shortage of applicants on the phone with poor. if we don't work, we stone. that's why we come in to work and earn money. otherwise, how else would we be able to do that? they work 10 hours a day, 6 days a week, often for 2 months at
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a time. we are able to film a typical day on the site at their makeshift camp. the workers get up at 7 each morning. go wake up. you need to wake up. ok. time to get up and william, this is our home. 25 people. i believe that we don't have a problem sleeping here like this. so now we need to go and wash and get ready, and we have to go to work. that is, that this is the work is sleep fully dressed, high in the mountains without heating the temperature in the camp regularly drops below freezing, like the others and leaves on the plains during the rest of the year. so this terrain is also foreign to him. that i need the guy yet. we've never seen
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a place like this before. the mountains everywhere. gorgeous and cliffs. very dangerous, working environment. it's cold here. even the rain is free. we've been working for 2 months. we have 10 days left and we return to our village. some work is counting the days more than others. simba is 28 years old. this is the 3rd year he's been on the site. he's in charge of the barrels of tom. the board meeting, this part of my job is very dangerous, that we have to milk the tar and for that we have to heat it, move away. when you're near the back, you must be vigilant at all. because of all that you fall in, you'll die guy
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despite the sindbad cannot quit. this work allows him to support his wife and 2 children for 6 months of the year. but as long as i have legs to walk, i will keep working on your national happiness. built with the blood, sweat, and t is of foreign workers, happiness that has an ecological cost, but not for me to turn it in india. barrows, go back to india now very bad for the environment. so we have to count them, pick them up and send them back to indiana. if we've got a lot of the gross national happiness is no curial, but it has produced some tangible results and is something the state continues to promote to the world as seen with the construction of this conference center dedicated to happiness at a time when the country is opening up to the world. baton is trying to find
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a way to pursue economic and social progress without sacrificing its cultural and environmental achievement. or the happiness of its people. use the me. ah, the challenge me, extreme one an extra my survive till the next time. at the end of the day read w
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ah, was who's seen that we knew live from berlin. tax reform looks to go global. the g. 20 group of wealthy nations fax, a minimum corporate tax rate of 15 percent targeting tech giants to do business worldwide. but move their profit to tax havens also coming up as ruling party declared the landslide winner and national election. but with a war raging in the countries north. there are concerns about the both integrity
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ah, the call for leash. welcome to the show. the finance ministers of the g 20 group of wealthy nation have backed a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15 percent deal and to stop countries setting low taxes to attract investment from multi nationals especially tech, joins doing business worldwide. the endorsement by the g 20, which accounts for 80 percent of the global economy will help the deal take effect internationally. a historic setting for historic deal. finance ministers from the g 20 member countries came together in venice to secure a global tax reform for a digital world. the g 20 agreement is an important achievement that will contribute to stabilize the informational back system in the coming e. s. it will grant great tax certainty and the
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store the race to the bottom. the aim of the agreement is to make multi nationals pay tax in the countries where they make their profits at a minimum rate of 15 percent is designed to make it no longer worthwhile for companies to shift profits to other countries. g 20 finance ministers said the panoramic force them to act. the minimum takes takes the real great advantage for democracy and for station. and it will give us a chance to do and erase to the now, just after we are fighting against cobra 19. and we are taking a lot of step to fight against the crisis to fight against the economic crisis is absolutely necessary that we take this step. and i'm really, really happy that we are step demonstrated,
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took to the streets of venice to protest against the deal. they say the 15 percent tax rate is too low, but they claim they are fighting against tax havens, but they are creating one themselves for them. 15 percent is okay. that's not ok. i mean, you're building a number of e u. countries like ireland are against the reform, but this will not stop the global corporation tax says us treasury secretary, janet yellen. i should emphasize it's not essential that every country be on board . disagreement contains a kind of enforcement mechanism that can be used to make sure that countries that are pulled out are not able to undermine the global corporation. tax rate is set to come into force in 2023, but negotiations are still ongoing. a final agreement is not expected until
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a g 20 leader summit in rome and october. if he o p as ruling prosperity party has been declared, the winner of last month national election and a landslide victory secure a prime minister of the osmond. another 5 years in office after coming to power in 2018 abi oversaw profound political reforms and even won the nobel peace prize. but now he's being accused of committing war crimes in the embattled northern region. the supporters of prime minister, amid hearing him on an election day, their votes helped secure his landslide victory. his prosperity party emitted 410 of 436 available parliamentary p a. b as how did the vote of the country's 1st free and fair election view not shared by all, given an opposition boycott ethnic violence. and most notably,
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the ongoing war into gripe which remains a big worry for many if he opens the situation would take rise extremely disturbing to me. i have 2 brothers there. i'm not only worried about them, but about the entire town and the region itself. because the children are not attending school properly and not mothers cannot go about as they like. people can't leave their lives if they want to come up to for me, that is what a be should work on. your muscle will get, you know, make peace with the grow. and i think that's a good, i shouldn't say, you know, support for me. and all i want is country. and that hope for peace is one shared by many, the obedience who want their prime minister to use the 2nd turn to end the fighting and key grow the you caught up on some other stories making headlines around the world at this hour. the wife of haiti's assassinated president has made her 1st remark since the killing of her husband,
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martine moiz said the attack happened cold and the blink of an eye without her husband, the chance to say a word. haitian police accused warren mercenaries of carrying out the killing, which has won the caribbean republic further into political turmoil. rwanda has deployed a 1000 soldiers to mozambique to help combat and why mac state linked insurgency in the north of the country. the rwandan troops will fight alongside mozambique forces and troops from the southern african development community. since october 2017 thousands of civilians and soldiers have been killed by islamist and surgeon in mozambique. at least 5 people are dead after an earthquake hit the central asian country of 10. 10 officials say the magnitude $5.00 quake destroyed nearly 20 homes and left several villages without power. fast moving brush fires have swept through forests and dozens of villages in
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eastern russia. hundreds of people have lost their homes. forest fires and russia become more severe in recent years because of heat waves and long dry period. to the united states were last month was the hottest june on record, and it's not looking like july will give americans a chance to cool down the u. s. west is sweltering under. he gets another heat wave in northern california firefighters. are battling to control a wildfire which has doubled in size and friday. so 3000 people have been told to evacuate. fires are also raging and several other states. now, 2 weeks ago, the canadian province of british columbia registered all time record temperatures. hundreds of people died in connection with the extreme heat and the impact on ecosystems was devastating fine to say up
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a 1000000000 shellfish may have perished. the values like days in western canada and normally ideal for shellfish, they thrive in the secluded, neutral rich waters. but muscles and clans don't do well in extreme hate. and the regions, recent heat wide, has literally cooked them alive. never smelled like this. never smelled like this before. the british columbia agriculture industry depends largely on the regions mom climate that is changing. bombing families who are thrive, teeth generations, and are worried about the future. this used to be alive. now there's nothing. most of the muscles around here now are all gone. my clams, you see the sand dollars off for all dead. the mass times illustrate the impact of climate change here and now the climate ologist have concluded. it's virtually
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impossible the scorching temperatures could have occurred with that global warming . we knew that heat might have been bad, but we weren't expecting to see what we saw or what we are seeing. and western canada's racing record breaking have maybe a hobby, jo, things to come, threatening a way of life out here in the base of british columbia. the a sub badger, ron, one of the last survivors of the outfits death camp has died at the age of 96. after losing her entire family in the holocaust, she devoted the rest of her life to fighting anti semitism and racism. she passed away peacefully in her sleep sermon president, find by the time i asked that her death is a great law. the music saved ester bass around o's life. she was taken in by the girl's orchestra, now schmidt, and survived the death camp. at the time she could only play piano. she had to
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improvise to play the accordion. the one find this one, it was really a miracle. i still don't know how i managed to do that. stuff has to be around. i was born in southern germany in 1924. she was sent to the age of 18. as part of the girl's orchestra, she had to play the gates of our shreds. when forced labors were sent out to work. when you devotees, arise by train, these are her worst memories of outfits. do you how much suitable they will have did us? they thought that if music is playing, it can't be that. that was the tactic of the nazis. tuck did not fix, estimated her life's work to tell school children about the horrors of outfits she call this her avenge. it's the sheila, the students asked me, what should we do? i tell them not to be silent. niche like esther belcher,
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ano is gone. 2 now it is up to others to make sure her stories are still told. moving on to some sports news now, argentine has beaten arch rivals, brazil, one mil to win the copa america final in rio. and he scored the max only goal with a chip over goal 8 or the head fan, streamed out onto the street of argentina capital cyrus to celebrate the victory. it was their national teams 1st title in 20 years. and the 1st international trophy for argentine as captain, neo no less the and the european football championship reaches its climax on sunday night when a believe faced england in the final. while england will have the support of most of the 60000 fans at london's wembley stadium, italy will look to continue their incredible transformation under coach roberto
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when she is football coming home. then the team on the bus to the unwelcome guest looking to crash the party. silly. some people were happy to see italy arrive in london for the year 2020 final oh. these u. k base italy fans with the own spin on the classic england that teams divide to tense penalties. shootouts again spain to reach the final and now hoping to win the 1st european championship since 1900. 68. got physic. i'm in the 4th answer. england's f physically stronger than natalie, but football is played with a ball on the grass. and we hope we can do better than then knowing that these qualities will be important in a match like the final. but sometimes the smaller ones, when i want to be j to pick out
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a car. so i can check that out though in the support for england has reached the very top percent is prime minister, not one semester chance or some political capital and the monarch herself queen elizabeth wishing the team while in a letter adding quote, with the hope that history will record not only your success, but also the spirit commitments and pride with which you have conducted yourself. should also featuring a different time than before the final. but it's this one, the deal and skin as 3 lions that really catches the english mood oregon. so south set per cation, the faxes, england, if not one major trophy since the world cup in 1966. ah, we are in the final and we were here to we're to win. so everything
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is important how we represent people and we're pleased that that legacy has been there. but now we want to go and, and bring the trophy home for everybody to do that. so have to be the most inform side in wells football, italy or, and beacon in $33.00 matches and the revised him. and he, and yet to lose to england in a major tournaments and whisper it. they're pretty good at penalties too. and then tennis australia is ashley barty has won her 1st ever wimbledon title after beating currently now police cuba and the women singles final the world number one followed her when at the french open in 2019 with a 3 that victory. that's from some a remarkable come back from barty wasn't even sure she would be fit enough to compete in the tournament. she's australia 1st women champion for 41 years following in the footsteps of her idle
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e one that's our time reporter is next with a look at the deteriorating press. freedom in hong kong for the for me and the entire team here in berlin. thanks for your company. ah, the the interest of the global economy our portfolio, he w business beyond. here's a closer look at the project to analyze the flight for market dominance.


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