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of nations where host cameroon, have made it to the semi final 2 goals from karl toko. it can be secure there, went against gambia, burkina, faso, b, tunisia to also move into the last 4 on sunday. that is to say to day egypt, face morocco and synagogue play equitorial, guinea. and reminder, the top stories are following for you. a major winter storm has slammed into the eastern united states with high winds and heavy, so severe weather alerts were issued across a region of around 70000000 people. residents are being urged to stay home and avoid unnecessary traffic. you're watching. deed of you news live from berlin. i'm nick spicer. thanks for watching. a people in trucks injured one, trying to flee the city center. more and more refugees are being turned away.
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families with people being screened around 200 people around the world. more than 300000000 people are seeking refuge. yes. why? because no one should have to flee. make up your own mind. d. w. made for mines. ah, ah.
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this week on world stories. endless inflation in turkey. a lemon paradise in france. we begin in ukraine. where the army has been fighting pro russian separatists along the border for nearly 8 years. war is part of everyday life for residence. hall of just before the shooting starts, you see the cats and dogs taking cover. it's like they can feel it's coming up here on the front lines. they're done yet. gunfire and shelling a part of everyday life and have been for the past 8 years for the stray animals, ukrainian soldiers and the few civilians left for the theater. there's still people living there and over there, beyond that, there's no one just the front line. most of those left, but elderly and have nowhere else to go. brush back to purchase. only
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a few 100 meters away from these ukranian positions close enough to watch each other cooking, or chopping firewood. we arrived just a matter of minutes after the last exchange of fire, the ukrainian se, but sniper activity and drone attacks of spiked in recent weeks. as the world tries to 2nd guess vladimir putin troop build up on ukraine's borders soldiers here, understand that they would likely be the 1st to buy the brunt of an invasion, sears, due to more of course, we're following the news closely, but whatever happens, our army is in much better shape than in 2014, and, you know, russia would face a lot more resistance. it's the civilians out there who are getting really nervous sports as well. with the colors and stop on the shelf. you see that power line? our troops are 30 meters behind it. they managed to push their positions forward. a bit of toiling in la. when we 1st met catching the children 2017. the fighting was even closer. back then front line started where gordon ended in the day. she tells
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us is a good day and shelling only machine gunfire. why don't i go and walks with the kids round the village and we have machine gun fire in the distance. we just do our thing. we're not scared. your brain catches pretty children. have grown up knowing nothing but conflict now is all out war seems ever more likely. she's weeks away from giving birth to a 4th. whatever she has most people can imagine bringing up a family the place like this global year will priscilla color betral. wes, this is my village when i know all the parts i know where to hide if the bombing starts harder, but i know it will protect me. there was a, if i can drop into addiction, time are surviving. so we, i will of, or quote, good for the dog me, the doctor sticking it out for yourself even catches now making plans to leave. ah, 80 years ago national socialist leaders met at a villa at berlin vans
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a to plan the genocide of millions of european jews. in january 1942, this idyllic lakeside villa in berlin was the scene for the infamous vans the conference. reinhardt, hi durish, head of rice security, sent out the invitations. there was only one item on the agenda, the so called final solution of the jewish question in europe. hydro had been placed in charge of the task at the beginning of 1941. now it was a matter of implementation, the plan to transfer more than 11000000 jews to the occupied eastern territories and murder them. at off i, sherman was in charge of logistics. the vans conference has become a symbol of bureaucratic re planned mass murder. here is that the issue here was how individual sectors of the administrative said participate in the planning
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organization and implementation of the matter of european juice. this is an important point for us, but it's also important to highlight that without the participation of society, this mass murder could never have taken place. most didn't math, morningish game, conan, private denunciations and laws that excluded jews worked together. at the end of the process, there was to be a relatively harmless sounding re settlement. deprived of their property and citizenship. deportees were left with only one suit case. they had to pay for their own tickets to the labor and extermination camp. a one way ticket to our shreds. in 1992, the site of the perpetrators became a memorial. the museum and educational center focuses not only on the past, it likes to related to the present. for example, when studying the technocratic dehumanizing language of the conference protocol.
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presently i know from colleagues that visitors who work in administration definitely have this moment when attempt to analyze the protocol linguistically, when they say, oh, the language we use now is actually quite singular. understanding history and being vigilant in the present. that is the mission of the house of the van z conference ah, according to official data, the inflation rate in turkey is now at 36 percent. that many turks believe it to be much higher. food is becoming unaffordable. for the m n g has to print new price stickers, milk eggs toilet paper. almost everything he sells in his small shop in is stumbles . cutty co district has become more expensive again. normal did. i wanted her to
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take this pack of pastor for example, a year ago i sold it with 3.5. clear us now it costs more than twice as much. that's not normal. growth. ok. manufacturers and wholesalers are hiking prices several times a month. and d m n g has to do the same. sometimes he says he is barely able to keep up on for another week. i've been a shopkeeper for 10 years, but i have never seen anything like this right now. the wholesalers don't make a profit. i'm not making a profit, and the customers suffer to on the nobody wins every one is losing a longer shronda all around the world. nations are grappling with rising inflation due to the corona, virus pandemic, and higher energy costs. but the price spikes here in turkey have been exacerbated by a dramatic depreciation of the countries currency. the lira, according to official figures,
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inflation has sought to 36 percent. that's the highest rate in nearly 20 years. yet many think that even this i popping figure is an understatement. brung it out for i think inflation is higher. everything got at least twice or 3 times as expensive, which with electric charged with up us. we know exactly what we are paying at the supermarket. i think it's 50 percent or more. i'll fly number. i've been running around for 2 hours trying to find cheap bread. i think we're seeing 100 percent inflation right now. you shall, la president, reggie of ty about once economic policies have so far been unsuccessful, was incorrect. nevertheless, he says he is convinced that prices will soon fall. i'll go good. the next elections and turkey aren't officially due until 2023 shop own of what the m n g does not know what will happen in the mean time, but he knows one thing for sure. the next price hike will definitely come
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ah, in france around 1000 different yellow fruit varieties are ripening in the world's largest private citrus, tortured in a village near the pyrenees. these rare citrus type saw delicate using fruit bag. a motto, put his hands and finger all cathy on lines, went to tie miss van ripening season. they grow in the village of ace at the foot of mechanical mountain where they are carefully tended to fly citrus experts. it's ian and patty in shanna. he appeared honda nurse, they're all around a 1000 different varieties since and our work is always evolving thanks to exchanges with the growers shimoda. this is the best private citrus free collection
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affects all of our robin. my variety is most people have never heard of phone. you're not even those who work astronomy, loans with $320.00 days of sunshine a year. this village is one of the sunniest areas in france plus the night. night frosts and soil up perfect to growing citrus varieties, giving the fruits that beautiful colors. the plantation is a veritable citrus garden of eden with an astonishing range, as well as a few hopeful you come to the violin either from a bit of this here is a cross between palm alone. come quiet from what her. it's going to launch a taste revolution. in the next 10 to 20 years, it's amazing fruits terrible. she looked at her thing or cucumber just like a great while a vehicle gone like the skin is chris law. they're bitterly sour and sweet notes and exceptional harmon damage here and you were the father of the eclipse them. usually there were only one or 2 trees of a given variety. each has its own unique flavor and each can play
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a key role in cultivating a new variety. the shall as sell their 150 varieties of citrus fruits to chefs from all over the world. the honda man who runs a restaurant close by commerce to select his own. for example, for his famous venison, we're go with citrus fruit pickles visited with the of them offered on the occlusal all day. i dears, to taste a piece of meat with the citrus fruits, to appreciate the difference from it's a very special blend of flavors. initially, taste the game, meet more, but then the buddha's hand comes through hollow and eventually prevails. hubbard, this is what makes the so interesting to see those on the chef develops new recipe ideas with the shall, as long novak and we basically accompany the shafts through their discovery of citrus fruit. but they're the ones who know how to use and combine them all,
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but there is a 2 way exchange that's mutually beneficial also, nor in return market citrus fruits worth their weight in gold. well, almost restaurants pay up to $30.00 your i was a key low. that could tempt thieves. so at the engineer has devised the trick to protect the fruits. with there, you're gonna get blue, right? the wrong names on the tags. so thieves wouldn't know what they've stolen, i'm sorry, but it's my little joke. but that's cuba with glue. as restaurants were closed during the pandemic, the chalet as found themselves with a lot of surplus produce, but they found a solution. they created citrus fruit, preserves, and began also selling to hobby cooks. hey walker, last one of my best way home cooks can also discover the many different varieties of such as fritz and products that preserve their qualities and flavor. delicately said he really? fritz hi says oh no crisis. the citrus groves of
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a use provide as estie ray of sunshine to the pallet and the plate ah no single moment captured forever. with a sudden flash the street lamps said to be in a blanket. ah, a, she was suspended game a so about a aren't 21 next on d w ah, we'll come to the dark side where intelligence agencies pursue their own
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