tv World Stories Deutsche Welle May 18, 2020 5:15am-5:31am CEST
well there was so much anticipation for this moment to finally start again you could see that in the players' cup because then the s.p.l. and muslims in america despite their slow start byard munich re stuart their 4 point cushion at the top of the table. this is the w. news remember you can keep up to date on all the latest news on our website www dot state of utah com also on twitter and instagram i'm not a phony as important for me in the wrestling team here take care. nor. what do they dream of at night. as cleaners they see the face of horror. their job censoring for the social media industry. in manila there are thousands of so-called
content monitors to pay for today they scrub terrifying images from online platforms. our recent job for starvation wage. the strain it is enormous. and what. i need to stop there is something wall hopping. the cleaners social media's shadow industry starts tonight on t w. this week on world stories. colombia co-owners impact on venezuelan microbes egypt where learning about corona can be fun but we begin in germany where the homeless it's become even harder to survive on the streets due to the corona crisis
. and aid organization is trying to provide them with the basics. war meals have become scarcer than usual for homeless people these days most soup kitchens and shelters have closed because of. the coronavirus pandemic. meet cellos one of those hardest hit but life on the streets has become even more difficult for the 19 year old from belgium. escape even yes they were to make far less money from that because people are keeping their distance and don't want to talk to us so begging or even collecting bottles is not possible anymore very few people still go out on the streets and those who do don't want to give us money. when they're already meager income streams drying up and soup kitchens closed new ways have to be found to provide those sleeping rough with the b. are essential to aid organization karuna is delivering care packages by bicycle
it's also using technology to reach out to those in need or also. who are big goal is to connect the homeless with each other and with us we are using an app to gather information on how the people we meet on the street are doing and to assess their health. in the coming weeks karuna plans to distribute 2000 mobile phones to balance homeless community they can then use the app to find out about getting help to call a coronavirus hotline set up specifically for them karuna has an even more ambitious proposal to ensure their safety during the pandemic. there are many organizations helping those sleeping rough in germany some of the homeless refuse to help often because shelters have a policy of no drink and no drugs since the coronavirus plunge the country into crisis the nation faces have sprung up where residents hang food and other essential for the needy to collect but many people of void direct contact with the
homeless says michelle. up close with after stop because we live on the streets people think that we are more likely to be infected and spread the virus if we get into a tram carriage and the people realize we are homeless they move away. if they give us a condescending look and leave for them we are scum from the streets of. the homeless rely on the charity of others they can only hope that the corona crisis brings out the best in people not the washed. in colombia the crisis has created more problems for those in need of migrants from venezuela are now at a crossroads many of them are returning to their homeland a country with even worse living conditions. what looks like a family stroll is really the beginning of an odyssey carrying the few possessions
they hold dear and some wearing only flip flops on their feet these venezuelans are on their way home they came to colombia seeking a better life but ever since the coronavirus forced the country into lockdown it has become increasingly difficult for venezuelan migrants to make. and meet up with my husband lost his job when he was laid off and we lost our home and. that's why we decided to return the minute. i want to leave but i also want to stay at the corner team is hard even for colombians there's no work or how are we supposed to pay our rent are we supposed to buy food. for the body guard for me because i left everything behind in venezuela to start over in colombia now i have to leave it all behind again to start a new over there i don't know what to expect we'll see how it goes. on their way out of the returnees receive care packages provided by the united nations refugee
agency. nobody knows when they'll get their next meal with the country under quarantine the unofficial pit stops along the way have shut down it's a dangerous trip they're embarking on for hundreds of kilometers they'll have to navigate adverse weather conditions and armed groups controlling rural areas worried about their well being aid organizations try to convince the migrants to stay going to get their dinner when they cross the border with venezuela i'll have to quarantine that's another challenge in venezuela the conditions for placing a large amount of people under lockdown that aren't ideal. that's why the un hage c.-r. and other agencies in coordination with the colombian government are discouraging returns. but not everybody wants to leave helen and her family arrived in bogota 2 months ago on foot despite the difficulties they face in
colombia the young mother doesn't want to risk venturing back to venezuela. people can i prefer to stay there what are we going to do in venezuela we may have a house of our own but i supposed to wait for my daughter to starve to death. back home she was hospitalized with malnourishment they told my father to start arranging the funeral because she was practically dead not on the telephone it out . with a little money they had spent on food helen and her family couldn't pay this month's rent unable to work during the lockdown they risk being kicked out by their landlord desperate helen stepfather pleas for solidarity if you have already had a lawyer i beg of the colombian government to help us out with the rent payments. that's why they could assist us. because we're human beings we're not animals.
but many of their fellow venezuelans have already lost faith in the authorities coming to the rescue tired of being treated like 2nd class citizens during the pandemic they have to cited to leave returning to venezuela with a political crisis still underway may not have been what they planned but if they make it at least they'll be at home. and now we turn to egypt in poor districts in cairo a student dresses up like a clown to explain the dangers of corona to children since young people often know nothing about the virus. a few last practiced moves before slipping into character transitioning from engineering student to clown has become 2nd nature for ahmed nazar. for 5 years now the 22 year old has been performing as
a mine at events as a side gig to bolster his studies but the corona crisis put into that now often it has found a new angle he's taking his act to cairo's poorest neighborhoods to educate children about the virus. and it's our duty to educate kids because they don't really have access to information while they watch cartoons on t.v. they're not that interested in what's going on in the world. op ed is setting off to cairo's city of the dead it's a good hour's drive away but since the universities are closed he's got plenty of time on his hands the corona crisis hasn't visibly impacted cairo's traffic packed mini buses as millions of people commute to work through busy streets they all need money to survive while egypt's official infection rates are quite low so are the rates of testing the actual number of infections could be much higher many here
simply hope they won't be infected especially kids. i sense that i can change the awareness and behavior of the kids that makes me happy . some 1500000 people live in cairo city of the dead a large portion of them below the poverty line and many of these poor children don't yet know about social distancing hygiene and masks. it's these kids that are spent wants to help he talks to them and gives them tips keep your distance or even better stay home wash your hands wear masks if possible at all times conventional wisdom but many here are hearing it for the 1st time. this. kind of fact i like what he said i'll try to do what he said. ok.
yes i'm scared. we're not allowed to touch each other anymore you know what if we touch someone with corona our whole family could get infected anyway. a few final relaxing pantomime practice exercises. and doesn't want to leave the kids worried or in panic. it might seem like a lot of effort for just 15 kids but after in hopes they will pass on what they've learned to others in the community. and we end in russia where our facebook page has become a stage for parodies of famous works of art nothing is sacred even house pets are taking part. fly into a mark check out painting from your bat. or sink into the tragedy
of malays ophelia the thing greediness from your kitchen. from edward monk to michelangelo social media users are giving classics a quarantine make over. the russian facebook group is a is a liat isolation started as a challenge between friends in moscow just a few weeks later it has nearly half a 1000000 members from all over the world really have no one expected such a huge reaction paths for sure the group grew so quickly right away people are really taking time for this going through our books looking at the websites of international museums to find the right picture for themselves and their families and you. the rules of the group are simple he's a classic like this leonardo da vinci painting take the photo at home and use props that you happen to have lying around in quarantine photoshop is not allowed.
generation just when i decided to take part in the art isolation project because i'm sick of my cat and she's sick of me. we hope which workers over the prayer by uniting our hearts in this project because it is uniquely wildly joyful and it gives everyone positive emotions it gives you a break from the difficult situation we are all in. church. used to say many of the recreates sins are a spontaneous thing but some people have been so in customs and getting the whole family involved including that pets. now there are around 2000 new posts every day according to the page administrators each one is a glimpse into how self isolation can sometimes open up new doors or draws to creativity.
the virus has become part of the system. is the world on the brink of a major transition some believe globalization is coming to an end while others think we should keep going full speed ahead of future for as long as we can. afford is it time for a clean indeed no future scenarios for the economy and society $3000.00. left to deliver. i cringe as you. can see. whether your ideas are big or small i can do it all making them real is not for. facts small cool and sustainable to. a life right just.
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