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tv   The Day - News in Review  Deutsche Welle  November 24, 2017 1:02am-1:31am CET

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couple of. the boy and was awarded best interpretation of the filing in twenty fifteen. there was talk that he wasn't. done as he felt it in the moment. many. when i play i'm sometimes incredibly depressed and sometimes i have incredible feelings of happiness and i have to smile sometimes i'm a bitch. when the music becomes a bit mysterious something happens to me i mean i never prepare for a concert and say to myself i'll just go out there and follow through with things. day i wake up with a different feeling and i just write the. season and then you all techno
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borean his debut recitals all over us his playing is poised tempestuous and. everything you expect from a great violinist. well i can't imagine how he will make his family and friends get into the festive mood when he's playing christmas songs and how do you gear up for the festive season that's exactly what we wanted to know this week thanks to all of you who send photos as you can see we have received some fantastic entries here is just a little selection some of you sent in christmas photo that even santa will be jealous off anyway the winning pic comes from alex ah the from india. they are they have also really colorful decorations as you can see and as a little thank you from us you get this exclusive fuel mix watch congratulations and well i'm sorry but. now it's time to say goodbye but don't miss the upcoming
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episode of here may be really special here is a little appetizer so hopefully see you tomorrow again thanks for watching. next time on your imax stefan edberg his head chef at butlins hotel adlon kempinski he's responsible for all of the dishes served at this year's job. for months he's been planning the menu with his team of one hundred chefs some two thousand three hundred guests are expected to hear him x. will be there. next time and now you're a mac special. take
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off my. house do you consider yourself a pioneer romano definitely a player here. and what happens when dortmund and shanghai song it's doing so no it's more. common sense right history in. the d w media center. i. find it a game. of it. discovering. video and
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audio podcast in language courses. in the media center at media center done d w dot com. how to cover more than just one reality. where i come from we have a transatlantic way of looking at things that's because my father is from germany my mother is from the united states of america and so i realized fairly early that it makes sense to explain different realities. and now here at the heart of the european union in brussels we have twenty eight different realities and so i think people are really looking for a new journalist they can trust for them to make sense of. pride in his box office and i work at u.w. . their black. living in germany. she's reminded what that means on
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a daily basis presenter like this nothing. and i was. taking a holiday. you know different than the rest. she travelled across germany to meet other black people and to hear their stories. it seems as. though i grew up in a white family in a white neighborhood it was definitely a challenge. she decided to put me up for adoption. so the main thing was to keep your head down and your mouth shut of course of the face like this i could never completely disappear if you see all these stereotypes about africa it's good to see you. do something for your country but you're still the black guy with an. afro germany starting december tenth d.w.
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. me and maher in bangladesh have reached a deal on the return of refugees who fled their homes for bangladesh more than six hundred thousand of the muslim minority group left me and mark with stories of rape murder and arson at the hands of the country's security forces. argentina's navy has raised the possibility that a navy submarine missing in the south atlantic suffered an explosion. and unusual sound was recorded a week ago several hours after the navy last had contact with the vessel and the forty four crew members on board. the head of germany's social democrats martin schultz has met with the country's president as part of efforts to break the
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post-election political impasse b.s.p. de party has been coming under increasing pressure to drop its resistance to joining another grand coalition under chancellor angela merkel her conservatives won the most seats in september's election but have not been able to put together a governing majority which. people in the united states have been celebrating thanksgiving in new york crowds turned out for the traditional parade. the holiday is the country's busiest travel period and also ushers in the christmas season. at the. robert mugabe's resignation has catapulted zimbabwe into a fresh era on friday its new leader will be sworn in and he's promised a new democracy but can the oval hold in the colony and. the inside
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story on the nutritious london vironment li friendly ingredient the couple of dutch foodies believe will soon be. old enough. i'm daniel winter and this is your business update zimbabwean shares have lost six billion dollars in value since the military takeover a few weeks ago that's according to data released by the country's stock exchange today ordinary zimbabweans are cautiously optimistic about the future they then they know the next president emerson is closely tied to the old ways but they also see plenty of opportunity at least he couldn't plunge the country further into financial ruin than robert mugabe. zimbabwe has being greedy and for economic growth planned for resources solid public infrastructure and plenty of human capital but under mugabe the country's economy took a detour from its stubborn african neighbors it began in one thousand nine hundred
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ninety seven when the government began seizing land from white farmers a jolt for a country that leaned on its agricultural exports the result was an economy that nearly faulted in half over the next decade it was the strongest contraction of its kind during peacetime according to the world bank inflation hit five hundred billion percent poverty rates surged throwing a fifth of the country into extreme need things began to improve in two thousand and nine after zimbabwe abandoned its local currency from outside currency regime they call me has struggled again lately and inflation fears are back investors have ploughed their money into stocks in recent months as the mugabe government began printing acquires the money called bond notes the morning god government faces difficult questions once the cheering subsides can it bring back a local currency can it solve a liquidity crunch economists say the structure for zimbabwe's success is there now the question is whether the leadership will be. i spoke to journalist
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in london who has covered zimbabwe for a decade asking how many can regain the trust of the i.m.f. and institutional investors. well i think that the most important thing he has to do is that he is going to restore justice and law i think that's the most important . he had definitely has to persuade the international community that is just really theme and that there will be free fair and credible elections next year and that he's going babs to involve the oppositions in whatever form i think that's that who's going to convince the international community of ok so creating security and certainty at the moment of course is involved he has a very troubled reputation economically with two hundred percent debt to g.d.p. that is massive and that was on the official figures with these changes that are coming in now do you expect companies will want to invest that and i'm pretty sure
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there are lots of international companies which want to invest in them but before a number of reasons well that if there's a bobbins outstanding people they're still well educated that able to work and they have got the will and they want to achieve something in life as your one as we all know lots of zimbabweans work outside the country have made be in south africa and britain and australia the us and even in other countries so they do have the will to succeed worldwide and that's what international investors know they do have the cup of cups capacity and they do have the right also to to do new things and i don't know about getting a handle on corruption me it is he the right leader to do that after all he's stuck by me gabi side for decades briefly if you can. well i'm pretty sure he knows how to really loot. to work with the means of corruption but nevertheless he also knows
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that if he's not going to change well this land will be again be in a freefall and that will be devastating for him as well as for the country he i think he saw over the last days well how. good the people are and how massive the protests can be ok so this is a receipt of work to do and a lot of opportunities here as well you know and thank you very much for your insight thank you german industrial giant doesn't quit financial year wasn't exactly as strong as steel sales are up but earnings are a little shaky and more cash is flowing out and coming in that's probably why management is forging ahead on nudging its european steel division with that of indian competitor ta-ta c.e.o. hina husing mind says the plans have absolute priority for the around four thousand jobs said to go workers are staging protests many are asking why the company is now looking to merge and downsize a division which is making a profit every year the friday that follows thanksgiving whips american
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shoppers into a frenzy once those doors are open it's a dog eat dog hunt for the best bargains but watch out some of those deals are just too good to be true. some people have been camping since monday outside this electronics shop in tampa florida. they're hoping to snap up some bargains like a fifty inch ultra h.d. t.v. for just one hundred eighty dollars because it does take away i guess from you know the dinner and the holiday and everything like that but. you got to do what you got to do to get that price so. there may not be tents out on the german high streets but there's definitely a black friday bug in the retailers even have black week out the thais ing seven days of rock bottom prices opinion on the street is mixed which from them black friday i like discounts on electronics i'm happy to join a. government for the sniper point. people who buy
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things whether they're cheaper now or not it has. taken this on from america and its stupid ass and. the internet is also awash with special offers experts predict additional sales of one point one billion euros and friday in germany alone. as we get off on old stuff that's an average of a hundred and seventy per person on friday and on cyber monday another one hundred twenty. that's a big incentive for retailers especially in electronics or pretty nearly twenty hundred. but shop with caution say consumer protection groups not every discount is a bargain. dramatic price cuts of forty fifty or even eighty percent might be too good to be true. keep a cool head do some research use price comparison websites to check if it's really
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a good offer and whether or not to go for it. in a sample test last year only half the products were genuine bargains a quarter of them were listed at market value and for the rest shoppers paid more than they would have elsewhere. ballons new airport was supposed to open in june twenty twelve that's exactly two thousand days ago as of thursday and it gets worse germany's safety authorities now say there are problems with the sprinklers and fire safety system that means the airport won't be ready for the scheduled opening in twenty twenty one the cost alone is staggering rising from one billion euros to six point six billion and experts say that the airport's design may already be outdated. now how's this for a tasty treat perhaps until you know what's inside the buffalo is a protein rich beetle lover which is used in animal feed and cosmetics now
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a dutch company has found another use for it in a hamburger bun. at first glance it looks like a normal hamburger but it's not just any old burger because half of the meat party consists of ground up insect larvae student bureau buckled in taste of the box burger for us. there's this nice flavor and i would definitely think it would make me it's my friends. the main ingredient in various books burger is ground buffalo worms the lover of the darkling beetle production of the insect burgers begins here in the dutch town of. the manufacturers have been breeding insects here for about forty years mainly for animal feed and the cosmetics industry but recently they've been producing more and more love it for human consumption. rudest plant manager of protein farm he performs regular checks on the quality of his worms. around two
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billion people around the world eat insects every day but it's still a big to boo in europe. i think that within five years it's quite normal to eat in six. inside as an ingredient in a lot of food i think. within five years i think we all it's just a couple of times a year. the worms are a sustainable source of nutrition content.


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