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ah, in the 2nd half by and repeatedly threatened, jamal lucila denied here by yon summer, but they couldn't hit the target, and that's how it ended. now, all of the black box were smiling as they pick up 3 crucial points against no less than fired munich. this is debbie news lie from berlin. world stories is next with a look at how the humanitarian crisis in ethiopia is only getting worse. stay tuned for that and always bore on our website w dot com, instagram and twitter at dw news. i'm going bluecross off more for you at the top of the hour. extra watching season. ah. we've got some hot tips for your bucket list. romantic corner chat. hot spot for food, chair,
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and some great cultural memorials to brood. d, w, travel off we go. over the battle against cove, it the only common variant is putting healthcare systems around the world to the test vaccination campaigns are accelerating while restrictions are intensifying once again. but are these measures enough to stop the spread of omicron, fax, the data and reports release? you know, a weekly covert 19 special every thursday on t w was this week on world stories. poland, home of europe's most restrictive abortion laws,
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and cooking to fight discrimination in belgium. but we begin in ethiopia. we're increasing numbers of civilians are falling victim to civil war. the u. n. is warning of a grave humanitarian situation in the m horror region. this is all that is left, does i you but, hans, how soon it was demolished by artillery fire when the tube in army and to grand forces clashed in the area of amazon. hey, this is where the table was a whole. it's all broken now. we'll look at it. it was a nice house. it was beautiful and wonderful that she hid in the forest for 9 days . well to gran rebels. occupied her village on their way to the capitol hill about it and what we feared for our lives. we didn't know if they were going to kill us. we had children with us, we were scared or whatever. i was with my neighbors at night it was very cold. the
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conflict has not spared civilians him and his village resident was a 21. people were killed by a remote antiquarian rebels. but you la mcgovern, in this mass grave. we buried 4 people per hole that they weren't soldiers yet. they were honest civilians. local people buried them. we collected the bodies after they left and there were some bodies, which is how eunice had started to eat for hundreds of thousands of people have fled the violence by me to believe you and her children sought refuge in this makeshift camp inevitable hun. but she says it lacks everything valid as another child. there is nothing to eat. we have children, and there are no clothes. people left their homes without their belongings. if we're being told it's safe to go back. but what we have to go back to, they burn down our houses. it's not just people's homes. public infrastructure has also been destroyed. this hospital investigate was heavily looted and could,
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i could, i could collect weird antibiotics here and now we have nothing around here. we had medicine to treat hypertension, mental health issues here, moment, ankle. the hospital was a referral center for 8000000 people. let me delegate all this waste material. you see here. they just threw there them below. this is trasha, but among it there also medicines which we could have used almost at the a minute that on, but the medicine in the people in m herrera already had difficulty accessing food. the war has made that worse. the un says armed men and local communities looted 8 warehouses such as this one. and the government accuses to grand forces of disrupting the harvest. canada they came in the crops from its shore and ready to be harvested, so they destroyed them. not only the crops at hotmail harvested, but also those that hadn't been collected yet for someone who loved without a global jamal. the conflict has affected everything. these people and i'm her, are the ones we can see in the neighboring to gray region. a great humanitarian
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crisis is also unfolding, but no one is allowed to go there and report on it ah, in india, the corona virus has sparked a mental health crisis. many bew debt as the only way out a suicide prevention helpline aims to help 25 years ago, a jim a low truck or founded a center for a problem rarely addressed in indian society. a crisis intervention center to make 3 operates a health line for the depressed and society. over the years, the center has helped countless people by providing them emotional support at a time when they felt they had no option left but to dig their lives to date. well, what drives taking calls in the center alone? do people talk to us and we listen to them in a non goodman believe,
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read order. i read, was it a good your disagreed of india? gwendolyn did life re she of their feelings. we don't trivia situation, but we share their feelings. my notice as the court 19 pandemic has had a huge impact on people's mental health. and that the number of distress cause they receive has almost doubled since the beginning of the crisis. in his experience, emotional and financial troubles are the 2 biggest reasons behind suicidal thoughts of the corners. last year's logged down to club the spread of forward lead to any could nomic and humanitarian crisis. small businessman and vendors had to shock shop, and many workers lost their employment, triggering a massive saunders of migrant laborers back to their towns and villages. economists santos, miro tra, says the suicides have increased mostly among those who are the poorest, who lost their jobs and savings during the pandemic. that is entirely due to
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economic distress, which has caused mental stress, family dentures. and my suspicion is that you're going to see a repeat of this data in in 2021. my daughter says unemployment has only increased which will lead to a worsening of poverty. with no end to the pandemic in sight. my daughter also believes that it will take time for the situation to improve. we will have gone through a lot of things like that. loss of job loss will reduce and doug, grief cycle live gone, prove it is going to meet him back, did on, did my info and a slightly longer day because we're not coming and daily out of it. but no matter how emotionally drained the feel, my, which i believes everybody deep down has the desire to live grandview. that's why they reach out to the crisis center. and he and his fellow warranty is a here to help you on a big hole and has
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a near total abortion ban. now, the government plans to introduce a centralized register or pregnancies. the expansion of control over women's lives has many worried claudio castillo, 26 years old on to a pin, who? earlier this year she decided to and an unwanted pregnancy, using abortion pills. she ordered on the internet. for one of us with allah, i went to a hospital just to confirm that i am not pregnant anymore. oh, i was. but once they are, i was brutally examined though on the doctor didn't providing any medical information. instead, she scared me saying the state prosecutor needed to know that she would report me to the authorities about those wall. she jonathan washing despite pool and sneered total ban on abortion, women who terminate pregnancies cannot be prosecuted under polish law. that however, didn't prevent the police from interrogating her. a claudia coast oak tells me well
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sham. okay, says look what we asked and they wanted to know how the pills were delivered out what the package looked like. so i'm open. i had to give them the names of all my friends who knew i had an abortion that was not no idea what that was for help. also. last year, a court ruled that abortion in poland is only permitted in cases of rape or incest, or when the mother's life is threatened, thousands took to the streets in protest with the intact until $911.00 dogs come with one of them is the reproductive rights activist says that the results of the new law amounts to torture is found on the horse. it means that polish women are forced to carry pregnancy with fetuses that have no rain that have no skull. if they are in distance outside of their body, we have legal har hart failures. it's just impossible to describe how it feels like to be a woman enroll into date. as of january, the government also plans to introduce
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a centralized register were pregnancies and miscarriages are reported. prochoice activists fear this data base could be used to cause legal problems for women who use abortion pills or find other ways to an to pregnancy p. o. chill shapes key is the gynecologist in which he says the concerns about the register are justified as the data is available anyway. but he also says he is fed up with the issue being politicized in poland. if kelly bushman burglar, we, as doctors would like to be left alone by politicians, we want them to stop using us for their purposes or both sides of doing it all. but the debate in poland continues with pro life activists demanding father restrictions and criminal charges against people selling abortion pills. the activist household appeals ern him on the on that and this is what we want to stop . we want to stop this business of ah,
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business of death. you could say claudia could still cannot come to terms with what's going on in poland. she's hoping for a political change soon. otherwise she says she is going to leave the country. ah, muslim women must often bite discrimination in many european countries. a belgian cook created a youtube cooking show to help overcome prejudices, lights, camera, cook, who is only bustling around her kitchen in brussels, mariam lucy and shares her recipes with hundreds of thousands of followers world white. the belgian moroccan mother of 5 is no a successful business woman. but she had to build her own career ladder. douglas, the sometimes people he had don't think of those with different backgrounds as really belgian. a thought here. miriam married at 16 and soon had children. but she
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wanted more from life. take almost elisha, she knew i started looking for work, but every door i knocked on was slammed in my face that they would simply ask me, are you willing to take or fuel he jam? i thought at once that got to do with anything, what, what matters is what's in my head, not what's on it. mister j a doll at it. discouraged, she stayed at home until one day, an aunt asked miriam to film for her how to cook a favorite dish lazy. i'm had a brain wave and thought launch a huge of channels. nation you. marion began uploading simple moroccan inspired cooking videos in french 4 years ago. i don't know. her creations have become a thriving enterprise. she's launched 3 more channels in other languages. so michael, arabic and that her the comb. anna did my, the, the berber language revision leaking said chapter genie. i'm hindi or as well as sharing recipes. miriam shares insights into her home life to boss stereotypes
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about muslim women in belgium. on up whom i'm single people, seeing as, as women who are subservient to their relationships. bless my husband and i are equals when it comes to attacking the household chores, school, the cooking, taking care of the kids in life, electrical, despite her reams of fans. miriam still faces islam, a phobia online. uh huh. and then quote, a terrorist islamist sila. vist, i have to say that breaks my heart, echo it's in times like that. she says that the family feels more important than ever. miriam is grateful, her sister samira it a steadfast supporter. despite initial doubts in the beginning, i was not so comfortable with the fact that she opened the doors to the walled. let's with time i change my opinion. people can see that. yeah, we are happy. we are having a normal library is nothing special in how live. in fact, miriam still has big plans for her businesses and her outreach efforts. but for to
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