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  • get your passports ready because we're

  • going globe-trotting today on CNN 10 I'm

  • your tour guide

  • Carl azuz happy to be traveling with you

  • we're gonna start across the park

  • leading across the Atlantic it's been

  • almost 2 years and two months since the

  • United Kingdom officially started the

  • process of breaking off from the

  • European Union it was supposed to be

  • done within two years but there been

  • hang-ups and extensions along the way

  • and it's still not clear what's gonna

  • happen regarding the brexit the British

  • exit from the EU here's why it's

  • complicated no member of the European

  • Union has left the group since it was

  • established in 1993 but in June of 2016

  • Britons voted 51.9% to 48.1"00:00:55,180 --> 00:00:59,739 to leave the Union their disagreements

  • with the EU over economics immigration

  • and laws were some reasons why

  • before Britain can officially leave

  • though both its government and the

  • European Union want to agree on the

  • terms the new rules concerning trade

  • immigration and borders between Britain

  • and the EU separating without an

  • agreement would create a lot of

  • uncertainty across Europe and possibly

  • impact international economies at least

  • for a while a deal has been reached

  • between British prime minister Theresa

  • May and the leaders of the European

  • Union but it has not gotten the approval

  • of Britain's Parliament lawmakers have

  • held three votes on it so far and the

  • deal has failed to pass some lawmakers

  • want significant changes to the

  • agreement before they support it others

  • want Britain to hold a new vote on

  • brexit altogether Prime Minister may

  • plans to seek a fourth parliamentary

  • vote on the latest version of the deal

  • in early June but no one knows yet if it

  • will pass on the EU side European

  • Commission President jean-claude Juncker

  • says he's a little fed up because there

  • have been multiple extensions to the

  • brexit and people are losing patience so

  • far though there hasn't been any

  • solution that enough officials agree on

  • for Britain to leave the Union the

  • European Union is a group of countries

  • that among other things work together to

  • create a single market this allows goods

  • services and people to move between the

  • Member States as long as they follow the

  • rules and pay the membership fee broadly

  • speaking it works like this

  • you counsel sets the agenda led by a

  • president heads of state from all member

  • countries decide on the EU political

  • direction discuss sensitive issues as

  • well as foreign policy after that three

  • main lawmaking institutions run the

  • Union the European Commission the

  • Council of the European Union and the

  • European Parliament the Commission which

  • manages the day-to-day running of the EU

  • proposes new laws and ensures they're

  • implemented once passed it's composed of

  • a president and commissioners from all

  • Member States each heading departments

  • with different policy priorities then

  • the Council and Parliament votes on the

  • proposed laws in a process known as

  • co-decision in other words they both

  • have to agree to pass any legislation

  • proposed by the Commission the council

  • is made up of Ministers from each Member

  • States governments who also help to

  • coordinate each nations policies the

  • parliament has 751 m eps elected every

  • five years by european citizens from all

  • Member States its main role is to

  • supervise the work of the Commission

  • debating and approving laws and also

  • voting on candidates for the EU stop job

  • president of the European Commission

  • founded in 1957 the European Union now

  • represents more than half a billion

  • people across 28 countries and generates

  • an estimated 15 trillion in GDP per year

  • the promised countries that are

  • economically linked are less likely to

  • have conflicts

  • now EU citizens can live work and do

  • business in any of the Member States

  • nearly all of whom can travel and trade

  • without passports or taxes but despite a

  • shared flag anthem institutions and

  • currency the EU isn't a totally happy

  • marriage for many countries some have

  • been affected differently by world

  • events there have been arguments over

  • financial regulations bailouts in

  • different approaches to migration

  • anti-eu parties have sprouted across

  • europe some calling for their countries

  • to withdraw from the union many of them

  • fear the EU is taking away their

  • national sovereignty and individual

  • identity

  • but more than 60 years after it was

  • founded so far only the United Kingdom

  • has voted to leave one of the world's

  • most powerful unions ten-second trivia

  • what is the driest inhabited continent

  • on earth Asia Antarctica Australia or

  • Africa this is a little tricky

  • Antarctica is the driest overall but

  • Australia holds the title for driest

  • inhabited continent

  • it might seem shocking that new laws

  • concerning the issue of slavery are

  • taking effect now in countries like

  • Australia but there are an estimated 40

  • million people who live in slavery today

  • and part of the mission of CNN's freedom

  • project is to get the word out that

  • slavery is not just a thing of the past

  • exposing the criminals who traded human

  • lives encouraging businesses to make

  • sure their supply chains don't involve

  • forced labor urging governments to root

  • out and prevent slavery and helping

  • people who've survived slavery to get

  • their stories out into the world these

  • are all freedom project goals and the

  • account of a woman who reportedly

  • emerged from slavery in Australia as

  • well as the efforts of those who helped

  • former slaves are the subjects of our

  • next report on CNN 10

  • sandra came to Australia from Fiji in

  • 2006 to work as a housekeeper a week

  • after she arrived she says the family

  • she was working for took her passport

  • despite their initial promises of a wage

  • and health obtaining permanent residency

  • Sandra says she was forced to work for

  • them unpaid for three years the issue of

  • forced labor is at the forefront of

  • Australia's fight to end modern-day

  • slavery

  • I was dreaming older husband late

  • washing cooking pining looking after the

  • two dogs and little bit of gardening and

  • even massaging the lady of the house

  • when I asked them for money they would

  • just outed me years later after

  • suspected tip-off from someone who the

  • family she says the Department of

  • Immigration arrived at her door and were

  • able to get her out once freed she

  • changed her name to Sandra for her

  • safety soon after she met Sally Irwin

  • who started the freedom hub with an

  • on-site cafe to raise funds and

  • awareness the freedom heart primarily

  • runs a survivor school for people

  • affected by slavery in Australia there's

  • a long long wait four to five year wait

  • for corporates to come around and what I

  • was seeing was that these lot of these

  • women are being in bedrooms too scared

  • to go out there was no aftercare all

  • right a lot of courses everything from

  • personal care right through to language

  • skills right through to computer classes

  • being Australian culture I mean yeah the

  • really basic ones might even be just how

  • to get a bus to the beach you know buy

  • an ice cream and bit by bit they start

  • to build their own confidence so that

  • they feel that I can go out themselves

  • they're sucking it together as a little

  • group in 2019 Australia's first modern

  • slavery act has come into effect

  • Australian businesses that a revenue of

  • more than one hundred million dollars

  • are required to report annually on the

  • risks of modern slavery in their

  • operations and supply chains and how

  • they've addressed those risks

  • what I love about it in Australia is

  • that it will actually raise the

  • awareness so I think the main impact net

  • will be that people will have a lot more

  • identification of victims today Sandra

  • stands as a beacon of hope what can be

  • achieved in Australia's mission to end

  • slavery well I'm a skin is I have free

  • time job I have my own life I have

  • freedom I can drive and I'm living on my

  • own I have so many family and friends

  • I'm happy rising more than 1800 feet

  • above the capital of Seoul Lotte World

  • Tower is the tallest building in South

  • Korea this is what it looks like all lit

  • up 30,000 firecrackers launched from 370

  • different locations made this giant

  • candle burn it took dozens of expert

  • climbers about a month to set it all up

  • and it's the latest in a series of

  • projects from Group F a company that

  • specializes in pyrotechnics displays the

  • theme of the project was peace to

  • reflect recent peace talks on the Korean

  • Peninsula over the course of the 11

  • minute light show six million dollars

  • worth of fireworks went up in smoke

  • so they literally had money to burn and

  • even if you don't want to be pyro

  • technical about it it was a towering

  • achievement a delightful accomplishment

  • they gave the fire the works they had a

  • blast it was lit and if you wanted to

  • shine a spotlight on the event you could

  • say it took a look T lights camera and

  • action I'm Carl azuz for CNN ten

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