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there are households that are not sufficiently insured, and merkle has to say that while they wait for the promised try natural help. for now, these families are relying on each other for comfort and reassurance. while the famous nor amber agreeing race track has been turned into a disaster relief center and dw correspondent kate martyr, is there hi kate, what's happening where you are? so where i am now is usually as you said, this very famous race track in germany. and this weekend that was actually meant to be a big truck race going on underway, but that was counsel due to the bad weather. and instead this, this area has been turned into the huge relief center. now there are 2 relief operations going on here. there's one that's completely volunteer lead and that's where we're sending right now. and there's also this official one with the bonded and the other official relief and how the agents is going on. but where we are now,
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is this absolutely unbelievable effort for me? it's just completely volunteer lead, and it's quite astounding that the people here have taken him donations from across all over germany. and now that everyone, that's been people here all day sharing out all of the donations that have come in and then they're sending them out to 2 areas, but it's completely volunteer in the area. i'm good now and it's just a normal and the f. it's quite amazing. right, well, we've also seen the german army joining in and they've been pulling our cars from a sorted motorway. know, tell us more about the mid threes ro so the military here they have been they've been trying to reach villages in areas which are very hard to reach at the moment that you wouldn't be able to get to with laurie or with a van with regular help in that way. so they've been sending out,
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they've actually been sending out tanks and they've been flying that with helicopters. and some of the villages which i actually unable to, to be reached as well. well, many people in the flood zone, kate have called the government's response, slow and inadequate. how are the officials responding to those statements? so i spoke to one official on the fire to have his head to date. and i asked him how the response had been in response to this, this criticism. and he said it's just being one, use the wife chaos. actually, he said that just coordinating all these different relief efforts at once has been a very big challenge. and the so many organizations here, the red cross, the military bond, is that, and it's a huge logistical effort that had just bring up straight away almost over night. so he said that has been a challenge back for the logistics team, trying to what, how, why, how goes? he said there's also quite a number of stuff here, but the old quite overwhelmed and quite tired as well. so everything was very long
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ship. all right, we'll leave it there, dw correspondence, kate martyr in the flood zone. thanks for that update. well, chances are medical promised rapid help for victims of the floating. she said, germany has the resources to cope with the disaster and she delivered this message on climate change. one can also, you can not draw conclusions from one incident, but the sum of all the adverse weather events that we are seeing and the impact that they're having suggest clearly, if you believe the science and as you know, i do believe the science that this is linked to climate change us, but we need to speed up the fight against climate change by them. while i'm joined by our political correspondent manual shadow who has been following the story closely. i am a very powerful words there from chancellor anglo medical that with only a couple of months before the elections in september, of course and,
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and she's not running as we know how much of an influence country have in changing germany's policy with regards to climate. well indeed there's only 2 months left with angle america last year. manchester she says we need to speed up the fight against how much it changed. she had 16 years to do so, and she's not going to do it. so what's important to look out for now will be the answer of the next chancellor from trainer candidate for the conservative. i mean actually said the same that they had, they had to be a quicker and so swift and so to climate change. but he's not really known for having, you know, a very positive cock record in his own region. no, it's fine with fine. yeah. which was actually one of the west effected regions by does flows there. he actually delayed the phase out of coal mines up until the very last moment, acceptable moment of 2008. and he has the restricted the installation of new wind
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turbines. even if you said that this could all, you know, for example, the phase out for coal energy could be accelerated when he became a candidate. he didn't even, didn't really, you know, come across and come across as the climate. all right. ok, well we've heard there what, what could jack? well, i mean lasha has been saying about what's going on and climate policy. what about and the other potential candidates in the election is coming up? well, you know, degrees when they announced that i'm not a not bad book would be the candidates had really, spite in the posing the vote of intentions. but then there was some missteps in the campaign. there were a sions of plagiarism against i'm in a bad book, accommodations about so full suits in her c, v. and she had acknowledged to some of those missed that and these, this didn't have the greens in the polls. now that climate change, though, has really taken center stage in the coming elections where maybe the greens could
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benefit from, you know, from the, from the thought situation. right. well, is it safe to say the climate is going to be elevated into one of the or the primary issue in this election? yes, i think by all means climate change really took center stage those past few days of programs of candidates. all candidates from the conservatives to the labor, as the social democrats and greens, all programs of those candidates when he comes to climate will be scrutinized. and of course, all the announcements made by those candidates will also be a closely watched by people. all right, we'll leave it there. d w a political correspondent, minute. she has to thank you for that update right, well, while some german times begin to assess the damage and cain up, others are being hit by new flooding in saxony, near the border with the check republic. roads and rail lines are closed for their
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science at the german austrian frontier, flooding and heavy rains or causing serious damage. in the town of highline, a flash flood has swept through the streets. people have been worn to stay out of centers, and basements. will allow, let's take a look at some other stories making headlines around the world. the leader of the taliban says the terror group is a, is committed to a political settlement and decades of war. in afghanistan, the militants have resumed. peace talks with an afghan government delegation and tar. the taliban have made significant territorial gains in recent fighting. muslim worshippers have begun the hodge print pilgrimage in mecca in small groups. they circles that cover a stone structure that is the most sacred in islam. the annual event and savvy ravia has been scaled back for a 2nd year or 2 to the pandemic. the rooms of
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a japanese elementary school destroyed by the 2011 earthquake and synonymy have been open to the public. the memorial site includes a museum. the disaster killed 80 for teachers and students at the school in the northeastern city of issue, mackie or to sports. and louis hamilton has won the british grand prix after a thrilling race in front of 840000 funds at silver stone. the mercedes driver overtook ferrari's charles the cloud with tulips remaining to take the adaptation of his home crowd as to britain sealed a record extending 8th when on home turf. but there was controversy after a 1st lab crush between hamilton and main title arrival marks for stop and left. the red bull driver in hospital for precaution re tests for stop and remains top of the leaders of the driver standing. despite the result, no 2 south african soccer players have become the 1st athletes inside tokyo's 2020
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limping village to test positive for covert 19th. a video analyst with the soccer squad also tested positive as the the head coach of south africa. 7 aside, roby team, which is based in another city. meanwhile, 6 british leads and 2 staff members are an isolation after being identified as close contacts of a person who had tested positive for covered 19. the cannes film festival glitzy closing ceremony is normally full of excitement and nerves as the world waits to find out which movie has won the top award. but this year, jury president spitefully jumped the gun and started the night. at with this miscommunication, it began with a slip up. the jury president spike lea nearly announce the winner early, but was stopped in the nick of time. tell me i
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went to the room to julia to co new. it's only the 2nd time in the history of the festival that a woman receives the award provoke it is radical, and shocking to me. the main character, alexia has a titanium plate implanted in her head after a serious car accident. as a child, in spite of this she loves cause quite literally and brutally kills anyone who gets too close to her. she meets a fireman. he loves her like a father. at the same time, her body gets through a drastic change film critics or hailing it as a film that breaks boundaries. but the shocks a more than just cheap through the monsieur. i'd like to think the jury for acknowledging with this prize that the
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world needs more diversity and thank you for letting the monitors in. it must use you to listen to him. this 74th phase of the festival took place under unusual conditions. last year it was cancelled entirely to the pandemic this year. locals, tourists, and loves of cinema, were able to enjoy its return. the obligatory mouse and pcr test. it was actually pretty norm. oh lou williams, you're able to forget about coven for a little while here. well, i don't last year was difficult for everyone. you can breathe a sigh of relief. festival go is agree. it was with few exceptions, a can without many highlights or big stuff, but cinema is back on the red carpet and back in people's lives. you're watching the news from berlin coming up next, our magazine world stories the week in reports, and don't forget, you can get all the latest news and information around the clock on our website or
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global ideas, it on its way to bring you more conservation. how do we make speaking? how can we protect cabbage as we can make a difference? global ideas to be environmental theories of all the 3000 and d, w, and online. mm. the suite on world story corona virus is putting torres of traveling to portugal. sardines is taking over south africa. but we begin in india. children in or countries of the worst affected by the pandemic, often having to work instead of going to school. so they may not have fallen ill themselves. many have lost parents are in need of health. for 9 years now,
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people are had worked with children from under previous communities on a daily basis. she deals with children who have experienced creek laws and forced to grow up before they're ready. but since the outbreak of who would 19 their numbers are growing, children are being made to quit education and pick up household responsibilities and are also being pushed into child labor as their families have lost income. secondly, since they are spending a lot of time at their home, now many cases of child abuse are also coming up. having already been disproportionately affected by over 19, many children are facing another tragic fall out of the funding. many have lost mother or father or boat, leaving them extremely one of the since last year the engine people have provided support to talking children who have been often new to the 19 by helping them settling with their extended families. so no opposing the founder of the organization says that while children who have been often how much tougher and need
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immediate attention, a more or less pick approach is needed to address every child in distress. there is a lot of conversation about it often. but honestly, on the ground in such cases are probably 5 to 6 percent. the other 95 percent cases that we're looking at is where the bed and the very best of these children are pushing them into sexual trade, transactional sex and child labor. the real issue to look at the vulnerability mapping of which child is in massive distress and which side needs more support. that there is a need for a more comprehensive approach is something that an iraq can do. the head of the deli commission for protection of child. right. also i'm looking for something for 3 things need to happen. one, these schemes that provide financial assistance to these families for the, the basic subsistence is ensured. the 2nd thing that needs to happen is the governments have to explore ways of keeping the children in school,
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the toward either ensuring a livelihood for the family. what ensuring that they are just starting different existing schemes of the government could be a russian or whatever. but ensuring the, the family has adequate means as an immediate urgent step. the commission has started a health line for children in distress. back at the center pretty says that many children she meets with are in crisis right now. we've gotten home because of over the years of hard work that we and the children had put in seemed to have gone waste or home. we are now trying to get them back to their studies and 2 different activities we are trying to use them and help them come out of the difficult situations. they are still brief. he says that despite their best efforts, it will be a long while before the children are able to cope with the heart. and the trauma that the panoramic has inflicted on the
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pressure on critical journalist says mounting in russia where the student magazine doctor on the house arrest thoughts for the young journalists accept things tends to shit. out of the question. ah, these 2 are getting married in moscow today. both of them wearing a dress, the student say they want to make a statement for tolerance, love and freedom. the couple and many of their guests, right for the critical moscow student magazine doctor, including a katerina morocco, the 25 year old has been an editor for the online platform for 2 years. she says this wedding has raised her spirits. at the moment it seems like everyone hates each other. the government hates us and there's clinical repression everywhere. but love is also everywhere. but there is
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a serious reason for the joyous celebration. the couple is marrying so they can't be forced to testify against each other in court. natalia, to kabbage and 3 other docs, the journalist has been accused of inciting minors to take part in unauthorized anti kremlin protests. an investigation is ongoing. for months now, they've only been allowed to leave their homes for 2 hours a day. they face up to 3 years in prison. earlier this year, dr. reported about russia why protests in support of arrested opposition. politicians. alexander only it criticized russian universities for pressuring students to stay home and not take part in demonstrations. like other media outlets doc. so then faced police searches and arrests, students and young people came out in solidarity with the journalists. but pressure on the critical media is growing across russia. several media outlets have been declared foreign agents. lot of me or maybe y'all,
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action is one of 4 docs, a journalist who could face prison. since april, he has been under de facto house arrest. the 26 year old isn't allowed to use the internet and can only leave the house for 2 hours a day. he has to wear an electronic ankle monitor it was already clear that this steam roll was rolling over more and more people putting pressure on them. and that at some point it would get to watch the foot. donna glad me lives with his mother. a rush and human rights organization has designated him and the 3 other docs that journalists as political prisoners. a katerina morocco, is trying to keep them involved in the work of the magazine. any of us could have ended up in their place. the fact that they got unlucky was just a coincidence. the only thing we can do is to support them at the why a katarina says, the journalist
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a doctor are not going anywhere. she says everyone who dares to be critical in russia has to make sure to stick together the after a long time. demick yes, many will looking forward to their summer holidays in portugal spots the sharp rise and infection rates in the spring is putting tourists off and depriving the country of an important source of income. ah, the garver. it's always been the heart of portugal beach tourism. even today, but not like it used to be. it's mainly the portuguese themselves, a few spaniards and some french tourists. in the many hotels along the coast lively beach life has turned into an eerie calm. the sequence think 55 to 60 percent of the guests who normally spend their vacations. here are foreigners and new if they come mainly from germany, the u. k. and other countries,
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but they're not here now. it's not, don't cross. christina morero's sees the consequences when she takes a walk in the private roacha, empty and abandon shops. the tour guide tries to make ends meet as best she can but also wanted 2020, everything canceled this year. so far everything's been canceled. no, i've had some work, but no tours of it. this is the kind of fuel morero's survives by giving courses for new guides, many people than the garvey. don't have any income as the charity carriage house experiences daily with its food bank in port to mild mann watson because we are taking care of 480 families at the moment. that's 112070 people. during the 1st year of the pandemic, the number of people in need skyrocketed this spring, the number went down as soon as the 1st hotels reopened and sought staff. but that
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buoyancy only lasted for weeks. things will tend to get worse again because of the fact that the german tourists are allowed to travel again might be too little too late. british tourists still can travel. the damage seems to be done until the pandemic struck 15 percent of portugal. g d, p came from tourism that makes people all the more frustrated with the travel restrictions. we are seeing these ever changing rules and for answer printer, for the employees is very difficult to handle these new situations every week. 56000 germans planned vacations in garvey for this july. that was before the warning. now, no one knows how many of those holiday makers will even show up the once a year. minions of solid beans migrate along the east coast of south africa,
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followed by bird seals sharks. the tremendous natural thanks. signal is a rich couch. fishermen, provided they are lucky and act fast. this isn't an oil leak. it's a shoal of sardines, fishermen. gerald michael and his team a waiting for this warm yeah, no, that was within seconds. everything suddenly gets very hectic. one got called starting fever. everybody got to run and shack yeah. was just right. every year between june and august, the sardines move along the east coast of south africa following the cold currents in the indian ocean. bigger hungry fish,
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follow them. and so do the fisherman. the close of the shoals of sardines gets to the coast, the better the chances of catch a huge disappointment when the net gets caught and breaks. most of the sardines get away with a fork. a few kilometers further on. another team has more like throw in, catches 150 grades worth of sardines, and then that's 2 thirds of the fish i sold for more than 2000 euros. the rest goes to the team. it took a chance to gamble and paid off. and like you can see the novice and you know in
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the game is very dangerous. as you can see, i've enjoyed myself. i had a cable go through molig, and that's the name of the game. we play with shocks, rocks net, rough seas, everything. but if you can get the fish, you can make some money. for geralds bucko and his team, the 1st thing to do is repair the nets and then go home empty and bed bed 3. bad luck everybody i suppose and they get according to buckle. saudi fever should be around for a few more weeks. the news
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