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you see w crime fighters are back africa. most successful radio drama theories continues to spend. the whole episodes are available online course. you can share and discuss on v w africa's facebook page and other social media platforms, crime fighters, tune in now. ah, this is the w news, africa from berlin in africa. the problem with isn't the terrorism getting was wrong, and the sonic states in west africa state, they're joining forces. we'll find out if this is a game changer for the region. also coming up. we me, father kind of this, a catholic priest in nigeria raised money so his neighbors could build a mosque. i said is to show that we can live together. we can work together well, you're in a god. religion is much for hatred to show love and south africa has top
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court orders, former president jacobs duma, to go to jail over failing to attend a corruption inquiry. the teachers declared that mistake g called is guilty of the crime of contempt of court. put on a pair of c on our eyeglasses and take a look at the high tech future through the lens of black culture. ah, hello, i'm reading them homage is good to have you with us. african nations have a growing problem. countries across the continent of facing attacks by isn't this inspired insurgencies, the so called the some states may have lost influence in syria and rock. but it's
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now claiming voss 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. the violent rivals know, joining forces this future purports to show 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 jerk with one but some mistakes that has occurred in between us and we are now together. so we are st or who we should not relent to fight the fog. yeah. do what?
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for years the to militia have been fighting each other that came to a head last month. when the tories around leader backer chicago scene here in 2018, reportedly killed himself in a battle with fighters. guiding him by his field fears that the so called islamic state is consolidate in control of the insurgency and 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 to became as the global coalition against us metro room to discuss the resurfacing of the terror group, sometimes called dia sh. 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,
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as italy has been emphasizing to prevent its emergence in places like like africa, the italian foreign minister ones 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 the future 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 form, i suppose varying the hatchet to nigeria only serve to underline the urgency of the situation. huh. well, do i need to discuss this from london is blowing up mccarthy, senior africa 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
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d. w. news, africa, lama. thank you for being with us. thank you for having me. now our report 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, i saw widespread today and i'll cover that. you can see it is across the continent now, and you are not talking about countries, you are talking about also countries in each of the regions. i, when you start, for example, with the region you region range to give julia and you come in and todd where the ice is called lamb, it's dead with africa probing. so prius in this, i hell, it's not me fit in. greer is acting on it is in school, and it will place in my lee. i'm booking are possible,
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and he's becoming to read now to start with african countries like pool ivory and guy now. and then when you go to south africa is mostly in the northern part of b beyond 10. and i feel it in the most of it is pretty widespread. and unfortunately the, the, the, the model is robust is not, i tend to fight this wrong. or if i go to that and i've been fighting in that region for long, i know they have very well 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 out. if it grows out in the right way, which is, i mean in my opinion, look at the lead is i can be to be effective. i o
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d to be in the violent 110 in the violence require my look at the lead that stand on is not on the group that is led by whoops, but that is no just because and technically supported by western countries. i think it's mentioned in the live tab region is not much the west presence if you look at it, but supported by that was done in terms of logistics and technical support. but also in terms of, you know, 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 is exploiting these differences? yeah, i did this judy to what is necessity, but it's got you content, the violence, it is insufficient. what do we need to do is to tackle the root causes and the root
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cause is include paula graham and not education. education in africa are also this ability to a school on the ground exploit religion and norco is and so you need my investment in education investment in the economy impressed not job but also i mean was by law kind of lead and community lead it to counter and reduce mapping all these groups, these as one of our abilities that exploits that i had, the ability like quarter borders, like, i mean, but in many parts of africa, that's what i, what i did about 56, the war and the international community and local government behind, unfortunately with africa has been met. it's been
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a bit for terrorism now will be addressing the african governments and why they're always 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 are dissatisfied with how government are delivering democracy has not worked well in that part of the country and it is high time, but it has started anybody. and so got my money, invest in education, infrastructure and the like the relationship between the government, the government so that so that room is group will not be able to exploit any kind of 3 months is to young people into violence. right. but on the mccarthy, thank you very much for your time and analysis. thank you very much. me.
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in nigeria, schools, churches and villages have long been targeted by the armed group of boca huron. 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, a federal boonie traveled to the village of pagoda outside the capital of butcher. this every sunday christians gathered worship in these church. then they pray for their nation 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 climate that is very divisive. a lot of hatred, religious inter intolerance,
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bigotry. we have shown through this singular act that we can work together that we as christians, muslims, where all children of god, ex, but the religious in tories, the main cause of tensions between christians and muslims. tell them, have been killed in into fit virus. recent. he has father, he's just isa is paid and mom, i do. the ministration has failed nigerians and they just called free have already been accept baited by poverty or lack of resources. this part of the touch towards these predominant museum community is seen by men and i did. and that unifying factor between muslims and christians. the most was completed in may this year. do it by moves, went and paid for with money raised by father or used to local people from the
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museum community can worship for the kids, the village of pug had never had anything like this. so it means that great deal to them. in the li, who are they doing again, everybody will respect one another. why don't want to get an idea is required, you're going to and that will respect each of the state. my know by then. so with this or i will not tonisha image of your religion and nor will you thomas mine's. i'm going to move in and christians have come to support the extended by the catholic church. and i'm the last glory. be to go look, i'm with you that you of course we are happy, catherine, in the but if someone comes to build you a place of worship that he would be happy to be love, but i didn't see anything wrong by christine did it? most schools are working because we are all actually created by god for fun that
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came to the work to view the story. and society is work in the appropriate the essence is to show that we can live together. we can work together well children of god and religion is much for hatred. what to show love to be there, but not to have must be knighted, he said. and he hopes every single idea and can do their part to the view of the united nation free of concrete. watching dw news africa still to come. it's a mash up of trash and frank to see a future future with african folklore tradition. mixed with science. fiction is i wrote futurism. ah, how would be faithful to the republic of south africa and they
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observe, hold and maintain the constitution and all the law. you have followed the charges that have been put to you now from the indictment. am i correct? how do you read to them? i plead not guilty. it is declared, said mistake jacob said use as rumor is guilty of the crime of contempt of court. that was c c. compare. so that because 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 challenges of contempt for failing to attend a corruption inquiry. he's also come under fire for a series of financial scandals. while he maintains his innocence, he does have very few legal options left cuz england was, has more from cape town at the heights of jacob's uhm, his presidency in 2040. and he boasted an approval rate of 69 percent. but soon,
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a string of corruption scandals emerged and his popularity nosedive. 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 zoom during his state of the nation address here in parliament. him not going to live the let he live within months. he was record from the presidency by his own party. the a and c zoom 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 on such a specific education even decide of order to do so. anger grits, the south african public people felt it was about the law. so when the highest
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court ruled that he wasn't content to ford and hand it down, that 15 months jail sentence, it was why well, that the when a victory for the petition and the rule of law floor in the less me to, for most of africa, public protector, till the 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 news of africa over 20 years ago. professor, i don't sell it. welcome to d, w, and use africa. good morning and thank you to depreciate. now is taking a long time kalia a long period of development to get to this point. what's your assessment of the decision by the constitutional court? there are 2 things that come from the decision in the paradoxical because on the one hand it, he's a moment of joy, a groundbreaking moment in that is good enough for me off the supremacy of the
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constitution. and there are no flaw. and it gives us courage and encouragement that the constitution of who it is is doing its job as an anthony to, to shouldn't. but it is often moment of statements into ways that a person who has this country is a struggle veteran. and also the principal who have to go to change because he doesn't want to account to a commission and to the constitution who was chaos, have moved into the political realm and has a strong support based as many people who don't believe that he's guilty. is he able to challenge this and potentially drag it out even further? what options does he have politically and legally, even those who support him,
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they do agree that he would go to content because it's a simple legal case. where is the difference is where they fashion should have been to send him to jail or suspension. and of course, he's going to continue to shouldn't do to mobilize him. but he will not be able to believe that he does. don't have to be the 1st one is efficient because i didn't, which last is already saving time in may approach the principle for i didn't and he must show quotation in the pros. you also may take this south african into the introduction. if he feels that in the land has not and behaved lawfully and his finally, remember this is rose,
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propose about upholding the home of law as he said, and charging a former leader. but what does it tell you about the state? also the african judicial system and simply the rule of law and democracy. what did i say about the south african beacon system is in mortal to behold. i remember when i was to have it, some of my colleagues were complaining that they were not able to hold to the president at the time accountable because of the candles in that system. and he, we had a system that allowed in japan. i knew institution such as the public for to hold the president, but not just it. let me have a great constitution that his good for seasons. we also have charges, but to take the job seriously that the prepared to and to do the tears and show of making findings that they know are going to send in someone in the me make them,
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i'm popular, but they do so because we do understand it enough law does not hold democracy, will crumble in peace. does have a wider implication form. others accused of corruption across the african continent? absolutely, it does have wider implications. i remember, for example, that when the populated south africa was taking its job seriously. and whole lot of similar institutions in africa had to be our own spines, strengthened and, and in things is strengthened to those countries them. if we look at the constitutional court, it has influenced who actually quotes in kenya and tanzania. and, and i do think that this decision, by the constitutional course, will have seen me in a similar snowball effect in the court. if that means that if the courts are going to do the job properly, the nation should stand up and protect the courts against any politicians who
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believe that they should be treated as ill above the law in the past that no more human beings till he might ansel out, thank you very much. indeed for speaking to d. w unions, africa now to a concept that is re imagining high tech future through the lens of black culture after features and days back to the civil rights era of the 1900 fifties and sixties, african american musician, sun ra, made a link between the ancient egyptians and the space age, the trend and the highlights african traditions in music, fire inspection, and ot take a look. in the art of cyrus could bureau, the started technology is given new life and and the radios become space,
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