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i go to bed, that's only because i have to leave for work early and i don't like them, but always on the ground i would. and that includes a local guy. we won't have food unless i work at it. i don't care about losing my wife that about that, but i don't want to lose my children. and i can't. i'm going back to my level that moment. that made a plan and i'm old. and i hope that one day the children will take care of me and my adult when i got back in one parent's aftermath. but they understand that i didn't abandon from them. you have to fill in the area. you can fill up the mia. even though i couldn't stand of the school and they didn't starve, and it was in the middle of
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chez call one takes the boys to the shelter and predator. the irish priest has been saving philippine children since the 1960 s. . this estate in the countryside is a home for boys who would otherwise be in prison, under the control of the authorities. here the boys draw about their experiences in children homes. he says one of the pictures of the children drawing about what happened to him inside is only a small little boy. and to my own credit. oh look. he's only here. he's only a small boy, maybe even years old. he's been inside the jail behind bars. and they tortured him there. he showed here that this is they gave him electric shock as a punishment. no. this is
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a guard. when the night he did i saw a nation room. they put them isolated as a punishment. and they have directors who want us to massage them. some have mental illness. just manapul a threatened you with he not at all. i mean, and i want to use a leg as she looked in the welder's money of these jails for children. and they are like maybe evil dungeons are small cells with steel bars on the gates and on the windows
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locked inside. so my me over crowding in a small space thing. we don't have beds in most of these places. they sleep on the concrete floor. there places the toilets are full of dirt and stuffed up. there's no running water and they only shower sometimes twice a week if they are allowed to go hungry and insiders, severe abuse and bigger boys are the ones who are raped being be tane and moline and the small children shay cullen, has seen and photographed much over the decades and documented the conditions of the children taken into care. he says that the philippine authorities treat the children like criminals,
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even though the law doesn't allow it. even children under 10 have ended up behind bars. the government does not follow the law and they do not recognize the rights of the child in all they do not care for them. i'm 20 are found on the streets, are there is a complaint against a child for a big gain or taking food in the market for survival, to live and to eat. they put them in the jail. at least they get some food in the jail. they stay alive, but it's a horrible existence inside the cell. and much abuse happens in those children's cells.
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thousands of children live without their parents because they've been imprisoned in the war against drugs. over $30000.00, children became orphaned and the parents of almost half a 1000000 children went to jail in the 1st year of the drug war. and these children have learned to take care of themselves. johnny wakes up early but i'm peeling onions, but if i don't belong here it's sometimes i carry stuff to help out in the market where i can get a little bit of money. and i'm willing johnny lives with his nan. nan doesn't know that johnny
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works at night. she just thinks that johnny sleeps over at his friend's place. the war against drugs has made grandmothers, important protectors of children from dangers. johnny and sandra, have lived with their man since their mother and father wound up in prison because of drugs. the children had to watch their parents get arrested. life already wasn't easy. the living their parents made was from odd jobs, but at least johnny got to go to school. that only about one in 10 on the 2 years johnny hasn't had a father or a mother to pay for school. it's only man that is now on the top and i don't make enough money to school him at the feet. so i don't have a voice 6 children staying at my place. i guess there is no money to school.
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right now, the family can only afford to send sandra to school. how does it it makes me cry for good things wouldn't be like this. if my daughters would have just listened to, my advice is given a choice up by the children wouldn't have to grow up like this. they would go to school and behave like this about us. it's so hard. why get up in the world of the world? i want to at least publish. so why i want to touch drugs, he says, and i just can't johnny sandra and nana go to see the
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children's mother who has been jailed in a drug rehab clinic. the children haven't seen their mother in law since because they can't afford the trip. at least a prison has allowed us to film their private meeting in the office. knew what was going to get me upset if you're not legal practice or 100 of this with the what is it mom? time to change. you get to go to school. when i get out of here the families are taking over the world. i can't talk about the situation with my children, say like
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a thought in full because i see how it hurts them. now i'm sorry for what i've done to them at the moment in the last question, johnny. when the boy, because he can't finish school, had it, it's our boy idea once and life to go the same way as mine. they should live good lives and not repeat my mistakes to get in. then just like many other children, sandra and johnny come from a broken home little forming up to the ship on the run. we live here in tondo manila. the life is difficult because our home is only a shack and we get wet,
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not it rains and of all the shop. also the heat is a new sound science and they are on the ski toes. and i know that for a 16 year old mary grace is expecting her 1st child. she didn't mean to get pregnant. but her and her boyfriend never learned about contraception. abortion here is a legal and sexual education is barely an afterthought. i knew of school for 6 years and i'm still working on like my dreams a reality that gal was. 7 just mary grace shares a studio flat with her mother and a 2 year old brother. her 2nd brother sleeps outside.
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i was shocked when i found out i was pregnant, off the shelf until i could get credit for it. i was sure that some of this out there would have been a while when i say that when i'm at my feet used to take me everywhere. i will be not done up enough to share my experience and pain, but i hadn't with my mom, right. he would take me to places and i tried different types he had been deliberately, fans couldn't buy myself in the summer because we don't have money. this nice mary grace is one of 200000 teens who will give birth this year in the philippines . according to the commission on population, $24.00 children are born every hour to teen mothers. the majority of these mothers are children themselves, who had to drop out of school. mary grace's partner has been jailed under
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conditions that are considered normal in manila. the young man was accused of stealing bottles of coca cola. he denies the charges, but endures the conditions humbly make. it's ok in here. it's just hard to sleep between all these people. you have to queue to take a shower. the only thing that counts here is hope and that never runs out. mary grace also hopes that her child will be better off and more educated than them and won't end up in jail. maybe
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before she maybe i will take good care of my baby. it won't leave like i have my baby to go to school. smartphones in the dark. dark mode is meant to protect our eyes, preserve our batteries, and help us sleep better. but researchers aren't convinced you can talk really due
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to tradition began 30 minutes on d. w. your life when it's no longer for career when you're finally allowed to pursue it. it's your opinion when you can finally say it is freedom more important than homeland. we need artists in exile, living in berlin, 20 in 60 minutes. d.w. once the secret service classic hit. this is the sound or the story behind the music. for the ages, british law as
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a token is not simply for the world, starts to simmer nuts on g.w. play this is news live from the corona virus vaccine could be now one step closer. pfizer and german patna by one take of os for an urgency approval for the it vaccine in the us. and i say they could be sending could be sending out doses within hours of approval. also in the next 15 minutes, as saudi arabia prepares to host the g.
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20 summit. some european ball makers call for a boycott of the event, demanding saudi leaders come clean on human rights abuses. and germany marks 75 years since the start of the nuremberg trials, president frankfurters steinmeyer urges the world soup honor the legacy of the proceedings. the prosecution of top nazi officials helped pave the way for future war criminals to be tried under international law. and jared ray. thank you for joining me. us dr. giant pfizer and its german partner by own take have applied for a marriage and authorized action for their corona, virus vaccine. in the united states. the vaccine has a high safety record. and based on that, the u.s. food and drug administration could grant permission before testing is complete. and
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if it does, the 1st doses could be administered as early as next month. now across the world, the severe health an economic impacts of the pandemic mean a vaccine can't come soon enough. a small pub with a big history 60 years of just the one of the albatross pub in california, once hosted intellectuals of the free speech movement in the sixty's today is shutting down for good jude to the coronavirus pandemic. where people came. everybody came to hang out and talk and it was a, it was a public space. it was, a user community space. it's a familiar story, not just in the u.s., but all across the world. the lives of many opened up ended by the pandemic. but on friday, some good news. german drug developer by own tech and its american partner, pfizer announced that they will be asking the u.s. food and drug administration for emergency approval of
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a covert. 19 vaccine comes after the companies posted promising results from advanced trial. it showed a 94 percent success rate in adults over $65.00. and the far 89 months. after the start of this project, we have a readiness to my new 5 children get approved. 4 boxes will be safe because it definitely is something that will redefine it will start the clock on a process that could save the vaccine approved for use in the u.s. by mid december. once approved, distribution will become the focus and there's a mixed response from americans as to whether or not they will get the shot. of course. yeah, probably soon as possible. and that really just i don't even take the, the flu shot myself just because i'm out means this. and that been really good. how
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a yes or no. and not personally i feel like i feel like it's everybody's own choice. you know? because not everybody agrees with vaccines, but experts don't want people getting too excited. stressing that the manufacture and distribution of the vaccine is a complex task and will take some time. i mean, even if we look about, you know, 60 to 70 percent population in the world of human eyes to see the real impact of the vaccine. we are talking about $11000000000.00. and i don't think that one of the can be produced at this here for 40 ministration around the globe. biotech and pfizer have also started complications in the u.k. and in europe for use of their vaccine. ok, let's take a look now at some of the other developments in the pandemic. donald trump jr. the eldest son of the outgoing u.s. president has tested positive for corona virus. he is the latest from family member
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to contract cove and 19. the president and 1st lady recovered from their infections in october. and a large scale study at oakford university shows that people infected with the virus are unlikely to catch it again for at least 6 months. u.n. secretary general, antonio good terrorists has warned of dangers faced by developing countries as the world struggles to combat the pandemic. his message came ahead of this weekend's meeting of the leaders of the group of 20 rich nations and big emerging powers across the boards. i mean, for the needs of the velo, being countries since they won. i've pushed for a massive rescue package equivalent to at least 10 percent of the global economy. developed countries can afford to provide enormous relief for their own societies and they are doing so. but the developing world is on the precipice of financial ruin for 50 and suffering,
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and turning good tears their world, the host of the g. 20 summit. saudi arabia has been repeatedly the target of international criticism over human rights concerns. for example, it's been 2 years now since the killing of journalist come out just because shogi, members of the european parliament have been urging e.u. officials to boycott the event and outspoken critic of saudi arabia's government murder in a saudi consulate. blogger arrived. but are we publicly flogged and sentenced to 10 years in prison? paul ledgett lee, insulting islam activist role detained for seeking the right to drive. those are just 3 examples of human rights violations in saudi arabia. the country hosting this year's to 20 summit since assuming the g 20 presidency, the government of saudi arabia has been hard at work trying to rebrand its image.
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so there's a large global public relations campaign underway in order to encourage investment in the country. and yet behind these initiatives and reform, the reality on the ground is that there is a brutal crackdown being led by the saudi authorities. so nationals, that's the reason why european lawmakers are taking a stand you cannot remain silent. last month they passed a resolution calling on the u. officials to downgrade their presence a patient in this summit, even though it's only a virtual event, mokhtar of bella is spearheading, they can pain. we are asked for don't gridding. why? because an empty seat is not it would be better for both of the legation who is able to deliver a message. a strong rest of the lawmakers also sent a personal letter to european commission president or the law funded lion. and the european council president shall michel, we ask the commission for their response and we're told the summit was too
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important not to attend. we've been racing career cern's and we discussed further how to improve the human rights situation. the protection of human rights in the kingdom, and we will continue to pay off most attention to this question. you officials say it's important to maintain dialogue and keep communication channels open. but human rights groups argue leaders must use this summer, doesn't opportunity to ramp up the pressure on riyadh and hold the country to account for human rights abuses. they demanded that at least all the women's rights activists currently in jail should be released as soon as possible. after all, one of the themes of the g. 20 is women's empowerment. let's take a look now at some of the other stories making news around the world today. for you, when has warned that yemen is in imminent danger of facing the worst famine, the world has seen fit decades and that millions of lives could be lost without immediate action. yemen has enjoyed
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a 5 year war between iran back to the rebels and its saudi backed government, ugandan opposition, presidential candidate, bobby. why and has been released on bail after being charged with holding rallies likely just for the coronavirus. the rest of the pop star turned politician earlier this week triggered protests that led to at least 37 deaths. uganda is due to hold presidential and parliamentary elections in mid january. well, it's been 75 years now since the nuremberg trials brought nazi leaders to justice in. what's being called the birth of international law, 24 high ranking representatives of the nazi regime were indicted for war crimes in the southern german city of newark burke. it was the 1st tribunals of its kind and the 1st time any of the country's leaders had stood before an international criminal court. a year later, the guilty verdicts led to prison sentences and 12 executions. the trial paved the
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way for the creation of the international criminal court in the hague and full futureworld criminals to be tried under international law. and d.-w. spoke to 2 men, one an that survivor, and the other, the son of a nazi deputy. they told us about the impact that these tribunals had on their lives. in 1904 peter guard was 14 years old when he, his mother and his sister, were deported to the auschwitz concentration camp. one year later, at the nuremberg trial, he recognised some of the men who sent them to the gas chamber. it was pure luck that he survived. i followed the trial and felt great satisfaction, that at least the main were brought to justice by the allies. and that they finally received their just punishment. nicholas frank also experienced an
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unexpected end to his carefree childhood. his father, hans frank, was hitler's deputy in occupied poland. hans was one of the main war criminals dubbed the butcher of poland. nicholas was only 6 then. he was teased at school at school, some kids made up rhymes minister, minister gas canister, because i was the son of a heist minister, but that wasn't so bad. in other words, said to me again, nicki nickie. that was my nickname. your daddy will be hanged soon. so i just answered yes. up until the very end, the main war criminals denied the systematic extermination of jews. they tried to deny everything and said they knew nothing. but during the trial, they were shown films of the concentration camps with the mountains of corpses. and afterwards, even getting himself was dazed. none
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of the accused at the nurnberg trial to credit for their actions. they pushed the responsibility up the chain of command. they said they only have bad orders. they blamed everything on hitler or himmler who were both dead by then. nicholas for father was sentenced to death. he isn't 11 more death sentences were carried out on october 16th, 1946 and at the movies. back then they showed not how they were hung, but how they lay in their conference with the white and black stripes noose around their necks. and i thought they all deserved to wear that next time. nicholas hong, always carries a photo of his hanged father with him. and whenever he feels just a touch of pity for his dad, he thinks of auschwitz. and then he affirms the burdick of the nuremberg trial was
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just well, the coronavirus pandemic has turned 2020 into a truly exceptional year from bodies. people keep the distance where facemask stay at home. it's all become the new normal, but how have children adopted? our reporters met up with the berlin youngsters to find out what they know, and more importantly how they feel about the coronavirus that's changed all of our lives. this call is a call for the memory of say, is there a real every alphabet made. in fact, funny that make me walk or no sun miss it is, he will soon but do not claim to be from the real money. i heard the sound on the toss in israel,
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but is that each person has to flee armstrong. o.p.l. bush good to form. good thinking making out of a stinging defeat in the snow on my last stand pat need for my indiana or that every man like that in my tribe encrusted on them all still in the one is done fuck all squashed in the sea. north enough. i think everything's fine that one vessel blamed i take is equal well,
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i'm not saying that chemical one i have a piece of that navy faggot. go on, and that's it. you're up to date. there's more at the top of the hour. 19 special effects mix. don't go to the fight against the corona virus pandemic has the rate of infection in developing . what does the latest research say information and context? the coronavirus update. 19 special on t w
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