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there's a lot that can be done and i can make up the at the at hello and welcome to the program liz show finland has handled the kobe 1000 pandemic, better than any other european country, with the lowest infection rate on the continent. so what are the fans getting right?
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well, they're following the government's strict hygiene measures. the country's also pretty sparsely populated, but there's one other secret to their success. and that secret is for legacy in the fight against the coronavirus fins are trying out for dogs who have been trained to detect diseases. this natural and highly efficient method has blown away researchers and politicians and connect can you imagine a dog detecting that you have been infected by the corona virus? in fact, they only need a few seconds and the result is reliable. that could do away with swab tests, which are uncomfortable, costly and results can take a few days. we visited helsinki airport to see the new coronavirus detectors in x. . to see isn't just man's best friend. he may also be one of man's best chances to stop the spread of 19. this dog,
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who was rescued from being euthanized in spain, can sniff out anything is asked before this year that included bed bugs more than cancer. but when the corona virus started sweeping across europe, researchers wondered if chrissy snow could be reprogrammed the university of helsinki's on a human york minute minutes. she initially underestimated him to change over to, for it was a piece of cake. it took its about 7 minutes to figure out that this is what they want me to look for. so that totally blew our minds because she's owner of suits on the line and has worked for years with skilled sniffers with her wise nose smell detection association. and even she was surprised to see her dog be able to change training sense in 7 minutes. you know, it's at helsinki airport and there's no shortage of volunteers to get results. even these unofficial ones by handing over swabs from their wrist or neck instead
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of deep in their noses. the dog's scratch and positive samples. it's all done in under a minute. so already received a negative, 000 besides the relative comfort, there's another huge advantage canines can detect an infection even 5 days before symptoms appear. something no medical test can do, allowing people to isolate much earlier deputy mayor of montana and a medical doctor oversees the testing program at helsinki's airport. he was an instant supporter, i can see that it in 2 minutes. took me 2 minutes, then i started this foundation out and get to granted the wise knows organization 330000 euros to conduct a 4 month trial at the airport. so far the researchers say the dogs results are at least as accurate as nasal swabs for which aren't at the is paying millions per
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month, which i think it's not may be money best because these stocks will be much cheaper and keep the has decided to continue to fund the project past the end of the december trial period. but what supporters really want is federal funding to scale up and spread out to other transport hubs. the wise knows team estimates it would cost just under $6000000.00 euros for the 1st year to train $100.00 dogs plus handlers and post them a key transport hubs. that's just a couple months of the cost of the medical tests at helsinki, airport alone. finally, there's a chance it may happen parliamentarian who have been and has proposed such a budget to the legislature after learning about the canine capabilities last month . it was amazing. told early in may seeing part of quito who have an ins conviction is due. she explains to the dogs detecting her own corona virus infection when a nasal test didn't. but she says,
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not all her colleagues are on board. she invited him bjorkman and bob dylan into parliament to present their evidence, to who haven't and believes skeptics minds are changing. and i hope we have enough power to do that because i really want that finland is a pioneer and a leader in this case because i think those docs can offer so much him bjorkman notes. that's not just true for finland in places where they actually do not have any money to put on diagnoses equipment, for example. and they have loads of stray dogs walking around. i mean, isn't that a beautiful idea? and she's on a bottom line and is waiting eagerly for the outcome. she's got a visit planned to spain and dreams of rescuing more courses from shelters there to see fans back home. more and more africans are currently taking the dangerous atlanta kreutz to feed to
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the cannery islands. for many of the journey has ended in death coast guards often only find empty rubber boats. the refugees fleeing from their home countries in western africa because they see no chance of a better life, no employment, a lack of food, oppression, mcalary island of gran canaria is overwhelmed. residents are afraid that their island, which is a popular tourist destination, could turn into europe's new refugee hotspots. almost daily dozens, even hundreds of migrants are rescued off gran canaria southern coast and brought to safety at the ports of many come from senegal, mali and morocco. once on land they have to quarantine. these concrete strips become hopelessly overcrowded difficult. ricardo ortega is a local fisherman. he's worked in the port since his youth. for months ricardo and
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his colleagues have watched on as more and more migrants have arrived on the island . of the bar or fishing co-operative, that's all they talk about. one of the stop someone needs to take charge to reach gran canaria migrants stand up to 2 weeks crossing the atlantic crammed down to see on where the boats many have hypothermia from the cold nights out at sea and are dehydrated. even veteran sea rescue crews are shocked to see this level of suffering for even worse conditions. these people are in physically and mentally taxing for days. of course, crossing the to reach spain's canary islands is considered extremely dangerous.
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a young senegalese man survived the voyage, but many others were less lucky. as this video documents says the plume of smoke is the burning boat. he says 90 people died in that incident, including some of his friends. he says everyone knows crossing the atlantic is dangerous, but they're determined to reach europe or finagle to make money from their labor. spanish authorities are overwhelmed by the migrant influx. they often put up the new arrivals in hotels that are empty because of the pandemic. almost everyone here wants to move on like an 18 year old moroccan using a translation up on his phone. he asks us how to get to the spanish mainland when
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we ask him why he'd like to go there. he tells us that his mother has died and his father lives in barcelona and his friends are stuck here on an island that's a popular holiday destination. they often mingle with the tourists at the beach. many locals are opposed to this. as the canary islands are dependent on tourism and visitors in the winter season, the situation at the port has become a pressing political issue here. the local radio station is broadcasting live from the refugee camp. they're interviewing gran canaria president truman, antonio morales who says europe has abandoned them to look at ok. you know, it's a strategy on the spanish government. like many others is being turned into
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a sort of prison in order to prevent people from entering the continental europe. competing, antonio morale is believes that europe should take in a share of the migrants to him. it's a matter of fairness. the fishermen at the ports agree due to the coronavirus pandemic. ricardo ortega has hardly made any money this year. the locals are struggling enough as it is. he says, if you put both of these people who are being tricked, we are going to go put them in a hotel here and so on. but there's absolutely no me at some point to realize i have nothing in the news because i do more to go so the chaotic scenes on other islands like lampedusa and less bus gran canaria wouldn't be able to withstand similar conditions. he says, and the island can't let it come to that. by the end of the year,
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spain wants to set up temporary camps for $7000.00 people on the cannery islands, the message is clear, stranded migrants will not be transferred to the mainland, one aco. lichtenstein and malta are just some of europe's microstates, and there may be another one on that list. suborder. the people living in this italian village wants to have an independent state with their own monarch. and this document from the 18th century supposedly proves that's a bargain. never was, i'm very talian authority. residents say their village is an autonomous region and they're proud of it. the olive harvest is just days away. it will be a good harvest, says flavia ogoni, but there's still a lot of work to be done. nona's all of grooves before you can enjoy the fruits of his labor just like they did over a 1000 years ago. they must do almost everything by hand here in the hills below
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the leader in town. a suborder. italy is 1400 years old and came from the roman wizened teen empire. monks brought it to look a long time before suborder became a principality because it probably made a corporation. suborders sits up on the liguori in coast. the prince. a policy of monaco can be seen from up here. the people of suborder would also like to have an independent principal ety. and for over 50 years they've had their own monarch turns away. a princess. princess nina of suborder was democratically elected and officially crowned in august. but it was mean and i got the form due to confirm the growing german of germany. nina was suborders foreign minister for 10 years and is popular around the 320 residence. she won 2 thirds of the votes to become princess for the i just now do anything in my power not to disappoint
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them. and it's fun. i like wearing the crown for photos or found national holiday. the fact that all of these people came to the coronation wanted my autograph, and sent a postcard of me around the world. that's such an honor to carry a survivor. gainey have proven that they're serious about independence. taking matters all the way to the european court, a few bags. they were unsuccessful, but are already preparing their next step for the time being. the princess ministers and environmental advisor being inaugurated here are not paid no matter how small the principle is he. there are always rivals for the throne, about someone from nearby france has the clear themselves, prince of suborder on the line to princess diana. it's not worth even engaging with its name has gotten so, and i don't really take it seriously. or i was elected by the people and the people elect their predator and says, here anyone else is just an impostor. if you ever caught the impostor, contraband,
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they succumb the might like to the markets of borghese very own dungeon. it's only for the splay now, without independence, the commander can take police matters into his own hands anyway. you've used to make use of all get you part of the support is a principality even today, right at this moment, i've seen the documents. what we demand is peaceful, it's diplomatic. we want the italian state to officially recognize this historical region. the princess's crown can be marveled at the souvenir shop, which is also the main source of income for the principal mighty. as it's not a dependent suborder cannot tox, its residence. they do however, already have their own currency here. so no, actually, no. euro's tends to be easier though. you
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can live a bit into, but this is the principalities official currency. but we still use the arrows, of course, as we don't have all the different orders yet, going on. the production costs for one cent would exceed its value for the money, the principality of supporting this it all just a marketing strategy to encourage tourism. locals like fluffy ogoni, rejects this claim. richardson who grew up and this is a cultural tradition, not a touristic. one, of course is jews and helps us makes this place nice. we took it in the fact that people come here gives us the possibility to make things work better in our principality right through me. but surely, m.p. pushing for the principle of these independence in this idyllic corner of the telly, the number of europeans dying from cancer has been going down in recent years. but
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there are still a lot of people who are hit by the disease. it's particularly tough for parents whose children have fallen ill in the small town of center. in western france, that's an octave and have been diagnosed with leukemia over the last years. parents are alarmed by these mysterious cases and are now desperately seeking answers from the authorities. good guys, this is radiograph with a new video. this is the one used to run a you tube channel with lego territorials. the wooden wonder she says crying to my chum says this is my. but one day everything changed and one's mother 17 has the date tattooed on her arm . why did we went to a restaurant that serves good organic burgers? a long took a bite and suddenly ran off to the toilet. she spoke to cool. he called for me
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saying he felt unwell and couldn't keep anything down yet. that's when i realized something was very wrong because everyone was hospitalized and diagnosed with leukemia. that's when his 2 year battle with blood cancer began. in that we did tell you wanted to protect us. let's move on. he kept many things to himself to stop us worrying. he wasn't scared of death. the psychologist told us, but he was scared that we would be very sad after his death. only one died in his mother's arms at age. 1117 is a nurse and doesn't believe his death was a coincidence. several children in and around the french town of samples on have developed blood cancer including 4 children at this elementary school. among them.
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this son of not treatable that since $26.00 turning now to 6 months have gone by without a child getting leukaemia once he was or 6. tomorrow it could be yours or yours and mine. you don't know which child is next, but you do know there will be another case against them on this. so we decided to ask the parents were desperate to find out what was causing cancer in their children. could the transformer be to blame? it was built beside the school in 2015 for the wind turbines. what about pesticides medication for local eating habits? the parents are urged regional health authorities to investigate why so many children were suddenly falling ill with cancer. but this study showed there to be nothing unusual about sun bizarre
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took about 600 samples. that knocks out tens of thousands of data. we checked the air quality of the buildings studied, the soil and water quality. we tracked for radiation levels and electromagnetic fields. we found no dangerous levels of anything. 17 couldn't believe it. she shows us the survey she was asked to fill in for the study. there are no precise is the best genes about substances. that how are you supposed to find the cause when you don't ask about the manufacturers you use for baby food? diapers? milk powder inside all year. since then more cancer cases have been recorded in and around town. the most recent one was reported in august since 201522 children and teenagers have been diagnosed with cancer,
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say their parents, local men have been our mother, y'all, is in 2 minds. if we can understand the parents who have to go through this, what if this is about their children's health? after all? but i also think we shouldn't blow this out of proportion in the media. we need it in their studies. so we can get to the bottom of this in the not so distant future when we know nothing. officials know, but that needs to change fast. parents say they've hired researches to look into the problem. we think a so-called cocktail effect may be at work when several environmental factors combine and become toxic. the french municipalities are also reporting a rise in leukemia among children. many can recover after treatment, but not everyone. 17 still looks after a once little guinea pig. it's
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a joke or motion if it will be, no one will bring back my boy, but we're certain that we can find out what's causing this since save other children is awful. severin says she owes that to her son and the one meets a 17 year old from southeastern turkey is one of the most successful food inside grammars in his country. now, if you're on instagram, then you know that pictures and videos of mouthwatering food are very popular, and that is exactly to has passed and what has made him a social media sensation. hundreds of thousands of people watch his posts. apparently the key to his success is simplicity. 17 year old daughter was lives to cook. his little sister melich is capturing his every move on video. today they fired up the clay oven known as the tan deer,
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is making particularly economic, a traditional flat bread. it's a famous dish even, and i prepared to go. now we just need to at the top of this flap bridges much like now it needs breaking. i hope it will taste good. the moment i'm going with this huddle imus has around a 1000000 followers on instagram. he's been uploading cooking videos since last spring. the turkish teen shows viewers how to with up a lot from a few ingredients. and in the coronavirus era, he's clearly struck a chord with became a social media star almost overnight. here's village of goo that sees the world away from most social media influencers.
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located at the southernmost tip of turkey, most of the 500 residents earn a living, working the fields or doing odd jobs. behind this wall on the opposite hill is syria. tell how grew up in these parts as the 11th of 12 children. she's been interested in cooking since i was a child. the older i got, the more i liked it, and the more i got involved in it, a few of those around me were against it. and in my family as well. we've never been well off financially and they didn't want me using up so many gradients. his family's poverty is one of the reasons tahoe left school at age 10. well, another is that he suffers from anxiety, which makes it hard for him to travel in cars or buses. so he spends most of his time at home with his mother, mary,
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helping her with the cooking and baking. that's often made him the subject of cruel comments. the neighbors would often say, why just talk, how do you thought they never approved? so i told them why shouldn't he? because whenever i cook, he always came running in and watched me so enthusiastically. now he's better than i, i have almost forgotten how to cook because he just doesn't know. well, hopefully america has become so famous that he's earning a bit of money on instagram from ad revenue. his local community has also taken notice and fixed up an old house for his family. as it is, i hope that now my followers will stop making jokes about how old and small our kitchen is. i had to hear that a lot that say your kitchen is dirty. hopefully that won't happen anymore. i'm so
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happy. i don't know what to say. all that lives and has been almost destroyed. most of it just if it weren't for my little brother would be going hungry. you know, you are nothing but you are serious. right? you get to go to she absolutely. in this area there's no work. there are no one but unities knows his internet success won't last forever. so he's planning his next move would be to shift my dream is to become a real chef to be. i want to have a restaurant or snack bar where i can serve my dishes to people in person, help them. so hopefully i can make this dream come true. as mentioned a ton, how do i most has already been offered an apprenticeship. now he just needs to overcome his fears and move to the city, to chase his dreams and show he's no flash in the pan. and we wish him all
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the best that brings us to the end off today's show. thank you so much for watching . i'll be back next week with more stories from across europe. until then. good bye and take care you you you, you, you. the
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