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in coded 1000 cases authorities are hoping to stop the new wave by pushing for more vaccinations many states say there is not enough vaccine to go wrapped. up next on c s w world stories of the week in the reports i'm sara kelly enver lead thank you so much for joining us here on take care of. people in trucks injured when trying to free the city center on more and more refugees are being turned away for the attacks in syria. least predominantly look at this demonstrators claim the police treat the flame going to be. going to. the edge more than 300 people are seeking.
to what's going to play because no one should have to flee. player make up your own mind playing w.'s. for mines. this week on world stories. tech jobs instead of terrorism in belgium. pollution instead of prosperity in nigeria. but we begin in germany. while politicians continue discussing the 3rd lock down citizens are increasingly frustrated with the consequences of the pandemic. the bergdorf family in berlin
a year after the corona virus pandemic began everyone is at home everyone is busy at their computer well almost everyone leandro is struggling with his math homework the 14 year old spends up to 9 hours a day at his laptop 1st for his lessons then for homework sometimes lander has to force himself to keep up with his tasks. and look at how what kind of what you just get sad you don't have any energy you almost get a little depressed that's a heavy duty word depressed but it's true of us off us you just don't feel like doing anything anymore and i mean when it's amah. his mother paula also spends her days homeschooling she's a teacher and looks forward to the day when she can finally teach inside the school again 1000 vaccinations could make that happen. then i got a message from my school yesterday that invitations for all teachers to get
vaccinations are in the mail. that's very good news. and now i know i will have a vaccination appointment. that i mean germany's vaccination rollout is taking a long time so far only 10 percent of the population has been vaccinated the 1st to get the job were people over 80 and staff in hospitals and nursing homes paula bergdorf isn't allowed to just go stand in line at the vaccination center without an invitation right now she's looking forward to having rapid testing introduced at her workplace self tests that people take at home will make the school a little safer but in germany these are still not available everywhere paula worries about losing connection to her students. when his comics work you don't hear anything from them not a no don't feel like it or yes just silence. and then of course you wonder where
are they wealthy. the father of the family mark has set up his home office in their bedroom he'd rather work here than take the bus and subway to work during a pandemic he considers that too risky in a europe wide comparison germany only comes in as average when it comes to working at home instead of remaining at the workplace less than 40 percent of german employees work from home mark is finding it quite a challenge to work in this environment as god's will for me it's hard for me to combine my working world and the atmosphere that normally surrounds me with working at home with my child my dog my wife it's quite challenging at times once motor sport was exam. mark is trying to imagine what the future will be like after the pandemic is over he's in charge of a start up that's developing ideas for a new kind of tourism after coke at 19 all in all the bergdorf are very grateful
that they've made it through the pandemic healthy so far. after the terror attack 5 years ago bacon belgium became known as a terrorism hot spot. a young tech entrepreneur wants to show that the brussels neighborhood has more to offer. mole and bag 5 years ago after terrorist attacks in paris and brussels the whole world knew that word and this place this district became infamous as the home base of a handful of bad guys the rest of my index almost 100000 residents felt unfairly stigmatised i was really frustrated insides fall i also wanted to explain to peace. guys. it's a nice area with people with quality. and this is not our city of terrorist
ybor he was a real also felt lost growing up like those mole and black men who would become bombers he dropped out of school at 13 but where they turned to crime he taught himself to code and became a successful tech entrepreneur without the fancy diplomas from expensive schools that many top business people have. so yeah. he did have something the desire to help others succeed in 2015 while nearby the terrorist cell was planning its attacks was a recreated a nonprofit tech incubator so moment that kids would have a place to go a chance to dream big what he calls a different ecosystem provides trainees everything for free the rest is up to them this place it's not for to give to people. it's just people come and take your opportunity. if they have no money it's free if they have no computer or we can
lend a computer they have no time we are almost open 20 hours before you know every day from the single room where he started was aris ecosystem now takes up the whole building and had a turnover of $2000000.00 euros last year google c.e.o. sundar pichai visited recently to make a donation in person the world is changing was a recess the big companies recruiting his students are less focused on traditional degrees 93 percent of graduates have tech jobs or have founded their own companies there are also spinoffs in the netherlands and italy laura hebert a digital marketing student travels in hour each way from. meant to be part of the mall in geek community i think it's the best training center in brussels because it's like recognize from big companies what outsiders used to deride as
a no go zone is now the place to be. the chinese government is ramping up pressure on hong kong. more and more pro-democracy activists either flee the country or end up in court like li truck yet. a small flat in downtown hong kong weather woes only will see i'm dedicated to the 18 i tenement is located at the minatory repression in beijing 32 years ago changed the course of many people in china and hong kong including leach again i was there during the doing for the massacre and i was the pain for free days after my release back to hong kong i plashed i will spend my life time in 5 people democracy in china and so that those who sacrifice would not be invading. case on legion again is facing
a different fate critics say and i don't massive track now being carried out by the chain this time harnessed mostly liberal and democratic city hong kong in the wake of anti-government protest here an age this which all the icing and attending and authorizes and that's really it was over a 1000000 people took part one of the few without found and precious every one of the defendants are high profile figures apart from media tycoon jimmy and i owe a formal lawmakers icons of the opposition movement like martin lee who is know this after all this issue of the charges carries a maximum 5 year jail term. this case is just the tip of the iceberg with over $10000.00 i didn't surprised it for the day is the 1st verdict among the ny charges for which he's on trial beijing's recently imposed weeping national security law and his overhaul of the city's electoral system intensify the fear.
organize hong kong's tenement morning vigil every year calling for an end to china's one party rule for decades and that to die to make him a prime target and the beijing security this year he will likely be absent for the very 1st time in this era in a way they're going to do as part of the struggle now i would convert my by saying that this is already. a blessing for me i would only have to go to jail after 40 years of activism in hong kong. but i'm ready to pay the price and ready for it having witnessed hong kong's decades long struggle the 64 year old activist is not optimistic but he believes that he's had sex says we'll continue to fight for democracy and to define really you've reached a goal. the
niger delta is not only one of africa's most important oil producing regions it's also one of the most polluted places on earth instead of prosperity this black gold brings residents sickness and death. the niger delta once offered to reach spoilers for farmers and fishermen like mike. now it's a trade to humans and the ecosystem goal always peals have braved people exposed to high and it was of course me i'm the one my career. most of them died before the age of 40. our lives in the pain they're laggy on d.c. . we depend on the c. c. . to d. almost all of those sea foods have gone you can't find them again because of the oil spill. has led to. a level of poverty i
find no if not find the word to describe a study in 2012 estimated that 16000 babies died within the 1st month of their life they died because of oil producers in the niger delta state officials admit that the situation has become even worse since then how many people would be there last week this would. die. because this is i know what their. poverty. in terms of food. and even the necessities of life you know what i. bust areas of the states would to with out talk sick the u.n. says if you could take 30 years to clear up the contamination. residents and activists there and good bye to national oil company for their plight
they have petitioned their government to provide hospitals and schools to improve their living conditions. it hopeless there being a law school says that in the very. developed in the foam. with the glue up with cutouts on the magazine measures and also on and palm it all the people that got to read that job place through this species. the region provides most of nigeria's revenues but the communities see they get nothing in return and their government has neglected them and didn't have them to their fate.
is this art. or is it. just technology. artificial intelligence create our. distant future. night me. for the delightful dream. i as an artist are 20. next on. i think is everything challenging 1st and i make a muslim. is so much different culture between here and there challenging for everything. traditionalists think it was worth it for me to come to germany and.