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on morris, she emerged victorious, was just 181 point. the 17 year old is now on top of the world cups. so what is that when you think when to snowstorms grease isn't the 1st place that comes to mind. but the jane island of somewhere thirsty, has buried, has been buried in meters of snow. this weekend fire fighters had to be called in to rescue villages trapped in their homes. authority scrambled to peer roads and there was also on some sporadic power outages. a cold front has swept through greece and temperatures, then plummeting. you're watching dw news live from berlin up next as well stories and watching about ah, so you want to know what makes the german here just in the gym. love and batting
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stuff away from the fun. i'm not going to have to work my own car and everyone with later holes and every day. first getting. are you ready to meet the german and join me? rachel stuart on d. w. 30 years after the soviet union collapsed. they were born in the middle of unrest. young people that now live in independent countries. what remains of the soviet ideology and how do they live with its legacy? the dream hope and reality of the breakout generation. reporter today's on d. w. with ah,
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this week own world stories. guantanamo bay, 20 years of human rights abuses. in britain, the family is helping the homeless, but we started mauritania on the western edge of the sahara to fight terrorism and helped local communities authorities. there have resurrected a traditional 100 year old nomadic police force. this is the latest approach in the fight against g hottest terrorists in mauretania, a traditional solution to a modern problem. the mahari national guard are a police unit recruited from local nomads. there camels are their most important tool there. the best way to get around the vast border region between mauritania and molly jihadist groups, link to al qaeda, have gained ground nearby, and authorities fighting them. need the kind of intelligence that only locals can offer was oh,
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this is emma johnson. i agents go undercover in the market unless they spy on the traders. for example, if we see a nomad buying large quantities of fuel, we know that's not normal shipper. a normal box is to see the bodies on up their work is not without danger. while the men cook, lieutenant colonel city labs are secures the camp or fed, ah circuit, or you form a circle worker group, each group has a century and we from the command or in the center or sample. the mahari police travels through the desert for months at a time or feed in monsieur darlin dundas, until we patrol the region of sophie, we look for nomadic populations, but to yourself the we raise awareness. even though we gather intelligence as well that and communicate that to the central government and new act shorts us author on looks at the capital corps are partly funded by money from the european union.
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it's an international attempt to improve security here. and in the larger region known as the sa, held, it's counter terrorism that starts at a local level. got the lizzie, to him, he had his 2 ic. no. how did units gather intelligence, lum in us? they spoke the threats and been anti terrorism units that get involved and take care of those threats. but i don't don't sit than us. their job is to also deepen trust with people, people they know from their own communities. they help them by providing health care to said them, the sequence of tea. this woman said that she had her to go nausea and general fatigue. that's why i gave her some alban designs because she could have a parasite desert. so see on the policy thought. this approach combining local knowledge with traditional connections and offering help as well as asking for
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information. it's proving popular. a few 100 new mahari police are already operational and authority say they plan to recruit $200.00 more ah, around nuclear talks have resumed in vienna. terran is demanding that all sanctions be lifted, but how optimistic of the people of iran hope is in short supply in this commercial district of ot ron as the talks and far off yet not wreck on even the small items on offer here are getting more expensive by the date, too expensive for many most people we meet don't dare to speak out about politics and those who do i disillusioned manager in that have all. if they don't reach
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agreement, then it will be young. people like me who pay the price 7. i'm as an economy is in a shambles, and there's no work. and even if you find a job, everything is so expensive when you're young, car, nice. the caught on the road mclearnen as a my get only me, buddy in cash offer quantity. even if they sign a deal, you nothing much will happen normal your i don't think anything in the next year or 2 will have a positive impact on my life to present that your manner or your father, or because it's on the foreign ministry leading the nuclear negotiations is just across the street. no representative wanted to speak to us. priorities have shifted since iran's new hard line government took over. sanctions relieve remains oppressing objective, but official willingness to cooperate with the west is at an all time low. this political analyst a t t ron university tells us over the realizes that of the, of a,
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dealing with a country that's not reliable. it's called the united states at the air lift the agreement. once many ordinary iranians also feel duped, not only by the international community, but also by their own leaders, as almost by phone call for her stay, but the nuclear deal should be made when the basis of these la mic republic is corrected. but from the very foundation, as only the recent years when the people in charge him have gone where they belong them, his article has as long as that doesn't happen and agreement will not be reached only to dora through official has the people in charge. think only about the benefits to themselves, lamb only not about the 85000000 people living in this country has the huge most retina heart care. and so iranians are bracing for the worst. they know that no agreement is likely to mean more sanctions. and even the possibility of
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a military confrontation and that they'll be the ones paying the price. ah, the us established a quantum, obey prison camp in cuba after the terrorist attacks on september 11th, 2001. and it is still there to day 20 years on downtown imo, located in a tropical paradise. but the u. s. naval base in cuba stands for human rights abuses and torture mohammed to old slaw. he was held to your for 14 years suspected of involvement in the $911.00 attacks, but never charged for a cry. he was brutally tortured and suffers from post traumatic stress disorder. until today, 34 nights ago i woke up and i was shaking. so skin. because i saw my, my jacket on the door and i thought it was someone coming to get to and it took me
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a very long time. some time i wake up, i cannot breathe. defense council, anthony natalie represents an alleged al qaeda terrorist who arrived here in 2006. and since then has been waiting for his trial. every thing that made this country one that we could say was a free country that had equal justice for all has abandoned all of that. and that's sad, it's sad and i, i don't know how we're going to be able to recover. autonomy was built after the 911 attacks us government aimed for a forceful and rapid response in the war on terror, america and its allies invaded afghanistan. the u. s. naval base at guantanamo bay, served as a prison for a ledge war criminals, and tara suspects a place where the constitution of the united states does not exist. residential areas resembled small town america some normalcy in
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a place. full of contradictions. radio get more, delivers the sound trick for guantanamo, and she is get most voice. i get my hello. hello. well, go to your morning show with the day candles otherwise known as petty. i'm set an elite court trials in the prison are not part of their coverage. it's not really part of like the culture here. you know, that's i another side of the base. here on this side we have a whole different type of operations going here. the new school allows its students somewhat of a normal childhood, 5 kilometers from the notorious torture prison. good. okay. what are some other things that you know about native that's actually the message that the one that always sent to the whole world. they said there are 2 kinds of people in this world . people who don't deserve a little bit of law. i've muslim young people and people who deserve a little over,
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out of almost 800 former detainees. 39 are still incarcerated in guantanamo only to have been convicted of a crime ah, to toner there soon. who passed away in english, filmy has developed a system to collect donations for the homeless, using so called billy troops. a currency that could not be exchanged for alcohol, not simply to walk on by but to help others. that's one thing meghan abernathy hope learned from her brother billy. right. is there anything that i can get you? she often stops in bristol city center to talk to homeless people like laura. i think you need a bit of courage and a bit of humanity because it's just like having a chat with anybody. arrows. and i think that fair and worry of approaching people is what stops that love and natural reaction. and i'm harmony for megan and her
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father. john, it's the way of channeling their love for billy to others who needed. he was only 20 when he was killed and a motorcycle accident, but he was already concerned about those with no were to call home really said, why don't they just him been a taken that you could buy and then exchange for food and drink. and i think he saw that that would reduce the barriers because people would know it was a safe, secure thing to do. and then people would also, you know, communicate more with homeless people. after billy died, john and megan decided to go ahead with the project, creating tokens, which can be exchanged and cafes for food and drink for the homeless. the chips with q r code on a window sticker is while dozens of outlets in and around bristol, have joined the scheme using the tokens known as billy chips. they cost 2 pounds
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each enough for a hot drink, right? if the overall charity say the number of homeless people in england has doubled in recent years, many of them in bristol have come across megan and john and billy chips. yeah, they're really good. what do you like about them getting free coffee? is absolutely vital to have a warm drink through the cold night. people will still give money. but john, american hope the billy chips will reassure homeless people that they to a part of the community. we poured our love that was our grief. we could no longer poorer into billy and said we put it into the belly chip. we created a legacy. we've in a way, a more to lies key values that billy had as
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a human being. his father and sister know that if billy was still alive, he would be proud of the scheme named after him. ah, the 77 percent is back in the gambia. the pandemic has hit this country hard. many young people lost their livelihood. edith kamani turns the mike on young ambien. what am i gonna do to earn a living? am i going to be standing in the street? megan, or am i going into prostitution? do we provide issues and crises like this? the 77 percent? or do you go behind the facade con, goes ultra wealthy,
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rich and famous in one of the world's poor countries who was responsible for this in the democratic republic of the congo. and most importantly, how are they doing it? we go, here's of chance. in 45 minutes on d, w. literature invites us to see people in particular. i like to see my as the kid by in the strange grown up world may only objective when is to share what a fine beautiful didn't we books on you tube. ah, it's great to have your company here on the 77 percent, the sure where young africans get to have conversation. i'm your host michael.


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