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agreed to postpone the game set tokyo with 202421. thrown off course during the qualifying ground. not least for sports heroes. actually, it was a slap in the face, but now we just have to fight their mobilizing superpowers. i'm fired up and ready down doing walk down the lucky go to tokyo, july 19, dw me a, this is the don't mean use africa from berlin is africa. the problem with isn't with terrorism getting was wrong and respond. makes faith in west africa. say there's joining forces, we'll find out if this is a game changer for the region. also coming up, we meet father kindnesses, a catholic priest in nigeria who raised money so his neighbors could build
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a month is to show that we can live together. we can work together well children of god and religion is not for hatred or to show love. and south africa, the top court, the orders form of president and take a few months to go to jail over failing to attend a corruption inquiry is declared that mistake you call is good to of the crime of contempt of court. put on a pair of feast on her eye glasses and take a look at the high tech feature through the lens of black culture. ah, ah, hello, i'm really home. it is good to have you with us. african nations have a growing problem. countries across the continent of facing attacks by isn't this
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inspired insurgencies, the so called the stomach state may have lost influence in syria and iraq. but it's now claiming vos territory across africa, expanding and strengthening its influence together with affiliated groups. i'll be talking to a security analyst in a moment, but 1st here's a look at northern nigeria where to foes are battling for a common cause. violent rivals know, joining forces this footage, proport sure. bullhorn fighters pledging allegiance to the islamic state and west africa problem long january. it would harold, the disturbing development for nigerian security forces. we have no june with one but, but does some mistakes that has occurred in between us and we know to get up. so we
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are sent or who we should not relent to tried to go far. for years, the 2 militia have been fighting each other that came to a head last month. when a tory a leader backer chicago scene here in 2015, reportedly killed himself in a battle with i. yes. fighters. i know that i like, i don't know. but you know that of it field fears that the so called islamic state is consolidating control of the insurgency in northeastern nigeria. that's at the heart of a string of conflicts involving various extremist groups from mauro, tanya, to chad. no, there are warnings i activities growing in the horn of africa and northern mozambique too. that's why they came as the global coalition against our yes metric room to discuss the resurfacing of the terror group,
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sometimes called dia. today we began, of course, with the meeting of the coalition to defeat isis. and what we have to do to eradicate what's left to the terrorist group. and very critically, as italy has been emphasizing to prevent its emergence in places like like africa, the italian foreign minister wants to sharpen the focus on the continent. democracy can provide a proposal. i proposed a working group dedicated to africa, which could identify install diane related terrorist threats on the continent. continuing feature at the end of the 1st and past and meeting in 2 years. the global coalition added 3 new african countries to their ranks. and the propaganda, images of pharma foes burying the hatchet in nigeria only serve to underline the urgency of the situation. oh, well, joining me to discuss this from london is beloved mccarthy,
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senior african analyst at the tony blair institute for global change. he's also a columnist for the daily trust and i jerry newspaper. great to have with us on dw news, africa, blonde la, thank you for being with us. thank you for having me. now our reports touches on the growing presence of the so called the stomach states in africa, but i'd like to get your thoughts on how widespread the operations are. how are they growing geographically unable to conduct these attacks. i mean, unfortunately this is so widespread today and i'll cover that, you can see it is across the continent. now, i know you are not talking about countries. you are talking about also countries in each of the reasons when you start, for example, with the region you have region range to give julia, i need to come in and todd where the ice is called lam instead with africa probing . for prius, in this, i held these, not me fit in, greer is active and it is,
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it's, well i'm in my li, new jersey. i'm booking are possible and he's becoming serious now to start with african countries like po i because i'm guy now. and then when you go to south africa, it is mostly actually in the northern part of it and in the time yeah, i feel it in the most of it is pretty widespread. and unfortunately the, the, the, the one is robust is not. and if i just run it out, i see good, you know, kelly and i've been fighting in that region for long. i know they have very well the how effective will this international task force be to counter this thread? and what would this look like in practical terms? it depends on how it is run out. if it grows out in the right way, which is,
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i mean, in my opinion, look at the lead is actually it could be to be effective. priority to be contained in the violent, contending the violence and quiet my look at the lead on not on the group that is led by looks, but that is not just because you technically supported by western countries. i think what kind of miss any region is not much the west presence in the locker room, but supported by that was then called in terms of technical support. but also in terms of do now, these insurgencies are driven by a number of grievances from humanitarian crises. and poverty as well as the social and economic grievances as well. could you just expand on that and explain how it
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is exploiting these grievances? yes, i did this judy to what is necessity, but it's got new content, the violence, it is insufficient. why do we need to do is to tackle the root cause is and the root cause is include poverty, employment, not education. education in many parts of africa are also this ability to apply this or the affiliates on the ground to exploit religion and local b balances. and so you and you might think investment in education investment in the economy, invest not the job, but also i mean by no kind of lead and community lead it to counter the narrative and reduce mapping all of these groups. these as one of our abilities that either explodes that either one or ability like quarter borders, like i mean bus and space is in many parts of africa. that's what i did. what i did
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about 5 big war and the international community and local government behind and fortunate me with africa has all the ability that med, i'm going to spend terrorism now will be addressing the african governments and why they're armies have not been able to get this issue under control, what do they need to do to address better governance and tackle issues like poverty, local populations, dissatisfied with how government are delivering democracy would work well well, in that part of the country and it is high time. but if i started anybody and saw a government, what invest in education infrastructure that you can any i'd like to spend in the relationship between the government, the government, so about what that extremist groups will not be able to exploit. which kind of 3
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months is school, could young people into violence? all right, but on the car key, thank you very much for your time and analysis. thank you very much for having me. in nigeria, schools, churches, and villages have long been targeted by the group of boca her on. now one catholic priest is trying to help a community by building a school clinic and a mosque in a muslim majority area. he w frego when he traveled to the village of pagoda outside the capital of butcher. this every sunday christians gather to worship in these church. then they pray for their mission, nigeria. they ask god for peace and harmony. but the priest has been doing more than just praying his building a bridge between muslims and christians, through his actions. he helped raise funds to be the most in our
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climate that is very divisive. a lot of hatred, religious inter intolerance, bigotry. we have shown through this singular act that we can work together, that we as christians and muslims, where are children of god, x. but the religious interagency is the main cause of tensions between christians and losing thousands have been killed in faith virus. recent, he has to pay them mom, i do that. the ministration has failed nigerians and they just called free have already been ex, updated by poverty or lack of resources. this part of the touch towards these predominant move him community is seen by men and i did. and the unifying factor between muslims and christians. the most was completed in may this
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year due to by museums and paid for with money raised by father or used to local people from the museum community can worship for the kids, the village of park had never had anything like this. so it means a great deal to them in the li, co are they doing again? everybody will respect one another. why? i got an idea is requiring a team and they will respect each of the safe. my know by then so i will not tonisha image of your religion and nor will you thomas mine. i want to move in and christians have come to support the extended by the catholic church. and i'm new law glory, be to go look i'm when you that he of course we are happy in the guy who i someone comes to build you a place of worship that he would be happy to be luckily,
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why don't i didn't see anything wrong by kristin didn't most school looking because we are all athletes created by god for for that case to the work to view the story and society is working in progress. the essence is to show that we can live together. we can work together well. you randall god, and religion is not for hatred, not to show love to be there, but not to. must be knighted. he said. and he hopes every single nigeria and can do their part to the building a united nation, free of coffee. and watching dw nice africa still to come, it's a mash up of trash and fantasy a future fused with african folk tradition mixed with science fiction, africa futurism. the i
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would be faithful to the republic of south africa. ended up, they observed, hold and maintain the constitution and all other law you have followed the charges that have been put to you now from the indictment. am i correct? how do you be to them? i plead not guilty. it is declared that mistake you call it gives you use as rumor is guilty of the crime of contempt of court. that was c c. compare. so the africa is constitutional. court judge sentencing, former president jacob zoom out. now this is the 1st time a foremost of african president, will space jail time, rumors about to serve 15 months in prison on charges of contempt for failing to attend a corruption inquiry is also come under fire for a series of financial scandals. while he maintains his innocence,
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he does have very few legal options left cuz the wind was, has more from cape town. at the heights of jacob's room, as president in 2014, he boasted an approval rating of 69 percent. but soon, a string of corruption scandals emerged and he's popularity, nose dived. a court found that he used a 1000000 from the public for lavish upgrades to his private home. in 2017 opposition, m. p. 's heckled through maturing his state of the nation address here in parliament. not going to live. let he law live in man. he was record from the presidency by his own party, the a and c. zoom, it was out of office, but not out of the headlines. witness after witness alleged widespread corruption during his tenure whom i denied all wrong doing and refused to answer to specific
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education. even if i was ordered to do so and gripped the south african public people felt it was about that at all. so when the highest court ruled that wasn't content afford and handed down that the jail, it was widely welcomed that when a victory the constitution and the rule of law floor in this less me to, for most of africa, public protect tooling modern fellow, she spent 7 years exposing corruption at the highest level of politics before that she was part of the team there dropped at the constitution for the new south africa over 20 years ago, professed and i don't sell it. welcome to d. w. news africa. good morning and thank you for the treaty. now it's taking a long time kaylee, a long period of development to get to this point. what's your assessment of the decision by the constitutional court?
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there are 2 things that come from the decision in the paradoxical because on the one hand it, he's a moment of joy, ground waking, moment in that is good enough for me off the supremacy off the constitution in the law. and it gives us courage and encouragement that because the to so who it is is doing your job is an automated copy, a local institution, that it is also momentum, fitness into ways that a person who has served this country is a struggle veteran in those days the principal who have to go to j because he doesn't want to account to a commission and to the constitution. the house has moved into the political realm and has a strong support based as many people who don't believe that he's guilty. is he
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able to challenge this and potentially drag it out even further? what options does he have politically and legally, even those who support him, they do agree that he was guilty of contempt because it's a simple legal case. it's not just the way it is. the difference is where they should have been to send him to jail or suspension. and of course, he's going to continue is pulling to shouldn't do, to mobilize him. but he will not be able to still delete that from, says he does the have to be this one is the question because i didn't, which was he's already saving time in me approach the principle for i didn't and he must show quotation in the also me take this off african into the introduction
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if he feels that in the land has not, and behaved mostly and his finally this is raised both about upholding of own of law as you've said, and charging a former leader. but what does it tell you about the states also the african judicial system, and simply the rule of law and democracy. what did i say about today the south african beacon system is in mortal to behold. i remember when or was it? but some of my colleagues were complaining that they were not able to hold to the president at the time accountable because of the candles. and he, we had a system that allowed in chapter 9 institutions such as the public to come to hold the president. but it's not just it, let me have a great constitution that is good for with uses. we also have charges but to take the job seriously that they are prepared to and to do the job of making
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findings that they know are going to send in someone in the me make them, i'm popular, but they do so because they do understand enough law does not hold democracy, will crumble and peace will go with it? could this have winder implications for others accused of corruption across the african continent? absolutely, it does have wider implications. i remember, for example, that when the pop with south africa was taking its job seriously. and whole lot of similar institutions in africa to be our own spines, strengthened and, and in things is strengthened to those countries. and if we look at the constitutional court, it has influenced who i should course in kenya, terms, i'm in the law. and i do think that this decision by the constitutional court, will have female as seen in
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a snowball effect in the court. if that means though that and if the courts are going to do the job properly, the nation should stand up and protect the courts against any politicians who believe that they should be treated as bill above the law. in the past, i thought no more human beings to him. i don't. thank you very much. indeed for speaking to d. w unions, africa the now to a concept that is re imagining high tech future through the lens of black culture. after futurism based back to the civil rights era of the 1900 fifties and sixties, african american musician, sun ra, made a link between the ancient egyptian and the space age. the trend and the highlights african traditions in music science fiction and art. take a look in the art of cyrus could
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bureau started, technology is given new life, abandon radios become space, age communication devices, rasping, fixed bicycles, called black mumbles. i turned into sculptures that could have been left here by an alien civilization. bureau had been making art for years before a gallery in italy, gave it a label, acro, future. i didn't know about for future. that's my 1st time. here, there was a future, his theories of eyeglasses called se, make it through famous, constructed from crash collected on his travels, or masha book, different cultural traditions. to me after that he left for future later, gets up on by national different culture. decent material will differ from like global it's how something new currency be
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more obsolete can move more knowledge more for future. with black panther, hollywood finally gave the world a new perspective on africa. the superhero movie set and the high tech african land will conduct brought afo futurism into the mainstream. a world away from hollywood in a blue john julia apple futurism is also taking root. a new generation of african artists is looking at their own culture from a new angle, comic book artist. i use a g ma, kinda credits black panther aqua card before. now i've been known to be for about the 3rd, what's called 3 black up links to the flow as it was power that is completely loaded with technology. it wasn't my employee. africans everywhere were wow. in this comics.
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what kinda uses sy, fi and fantasy to address real world issues, the political power, corruption and abuse. lucky loom set in 2050 a de imagined africa as a world power battling on the global stage alongside china and the u. s. space ships modeled on cynical ease, fishing boats, a post apocalyptic world, inspired by west african folklore, a zimbabwe and super hero. just some of the comics published by golly, media, which brings the vast and apple future of the art and animation to the world. well, also within that same price, just so much in that it could be on this will be a waste if there was didn't get to listen to the disney is listening to hollywood.
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dr. is backing you watch a sy fi animated series created by who? golly, details of the plot are still ta secret. pre my story taking place in the leg was the class inequality and other themes. i'm very careful. yeah, yeah. that's what i consider putting up whether in comics, movies, muse, or design, the art of apple futurism combines tradition with imagination to envision a brighter future for africa and the world. while this is dw news, africa be sure to check out our other stories on d. they'll be dot com, forward slash africa, or you can also go on to facebook and on twitter. now we'll leave you with more after a futuristic artwork. by kenyan photographer osborne, much area. i'm him home and take care of by the
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