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a mountain area. the moroccan government does support education and women's rights but the biggest challenge in the national fight against poverty is how to reduce the high levels of illiteracy. in some rural areas one group or suggested that as many as eighty three percent of women are illiterate few girls in the villages of the atlas mountains are able to continue their education beyond primary school secondary schools are usually several kilometers away and parents can't afford the travel expenses. or they're in larger towns and they can't afford to pay for lodgings as well as being too mistrustful of the accommodation facilities to allow their daughters to stay away from home charities have now started to build boarding houses for female students aged between twelve and eighteen they gets meals access
to computers and the volunteers supporting them to look after them giving some girls the chance of secondary education and. was not lucky enough to benefit from such a scheme but i'm not going to says there was a quote here. what a new one i'm a bit of mom less of the one who has the kind of market that. that everywhere on the course share not a lot of what i need i'm a course on some cases that aren't as they could get admitted they were into this show of force. but i sure will see a very good. and .
and monday put it well on the. u.s. and british companies have announced the biggest discovery of natural gas in west africa but what to do with these untapped natural resources is already a source of heated debate nothing much has changed they still spend most of their days looking forward to for the dry river beds like this one five years on the syrians still feel battered or even those who managed to escape their country have been truly unable to escape the war. the plundering of armenia's natural riches has uprooted residents and desecrated the habitat of some of europe's most endangered species. but the remarkable campaign by local residents is challenging
the mike to the country's investors and pinning high hopes on its newly elected prime minister people in power investigates armenia mining out. on a zero. i'm sam is a damn and with a look at the headlines here now dizzier now venezuela's president nicolas maduro says he's ready to negotiate with offers ition rival one why though he's declared himself interim leader well durham made the offer during an interview with russian media the kremlin is one of his most important allies were also said u.s.
sanctions on venezuela's state owned oil company are illegal russia says it's ready to help facilitate mediation but it's warning the venezuelan opposition against issuing any ultimatums later in the region that it will to model if this mediation sees any attempt to include any kind of preconditions the next kind of mediation is unlikely to be fruitful or useful it is unlikely to be supported we call upon the opposition to refuse ultimatums into work independently gliders only by the interests of the venezuelan people. the head of the european parliament says it will be very difficult to renegotiate a new brigs that deal with britain on tuesday the british parliament authorized prime minister to resign may to go back to brussels politicians also voted to make it harder for britain to leave without a deal breakers it is one of the topics that's being discussed right now in germany
one week the session of parliament. the saudi u.a.e. coalition in yemen says it will release seven prisoners after the who thiis released a saudi prisoner on tuesday the international committee of the red cross facilitated the transfer of the prisoner back to riyadh he's suffering from advanced hepatitis c. the u.n. envoy to yemen martin griffiths says he wants to make prisoner swaps more common. italy says five european nations are offering to take in some of the rescued migrants on board a humanitarian ship off the coast of sicily the sea watch three has been stranded since friday with forty seven people on board a new u.n. report says six people die each day crossing the mediterranean sea to seek refuge police in sudan of arrested a senior member of the opposition or more party which says security forces surrounded the home of merriam's father command the detained along with others in
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that. the women are the rock on which these communities are built but this way of life is precarious and the question has to be asked as to how sustainable it is into the third decade of the twenty first century. education could improve their standard of living and lift families and women like these out of poverty and stop them from falling back into the act. as n.g.o.s working in the atlas have sent children like nabeel and his sisters need to acquire skills that's might ultimately take them out of their communities.
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britain's prime minister gets parliament's approval to renegotiate the deal now she has to convince the e.u. . giants are accused of profiting from war crimes by doing business with israelis and palestinians. and have all the boarding including. japan are waiting for the. united states puts further pressure on venezuelan president nicolas maduro to resign through a seizure of oil assets but himself is changing his tune in now says he's ready to negotiate with his opposition rival who's declared himself into room leader made the offer jury and interview on russian television the kremlin is one of his most
important allies but he's rejected calls for a snap presidential election insisting the next one won't be held until two thousand and twenty five opposition leader called for continued demonstrations against. russia meanwhile appears keen to play a mediation role foreign minister sergei lavrov says the opposition has to keep an open mind. reader that it will to model if this mediation sees any attempt to include any kind of preconditions the next kind of mediation is unlikely to be fruitful or useful it is unlikely to be supported we call upon the opposition to refuse ultimatums into work together independently gliders only by the interests of the venezuelan people we have two correspondents covering this for us and it's and that m.p.'s he is keeping an eye on what's going on inside venezuela from neighboring colombia first to rory challenger in moscow rory how seriously are
russian officials taking the possibility of playing the mediator here. well the signs coming out of moscow the moment they are looking at this pretty seriously now the indication so far is that they're not trying to lead this process at least that's not what they're saying on the face of it what they're saying is that they are willing to participate in an international format to settle the situation in venezuela that's what lavrov for saying earlier on we are ready to participate in international efforts in those formats that will be acceptable to the venezuelan parties of course any mediation initiatives should be impartial he says the russian position is that the opposition has to come to these talks if and when they occur with no preconditions no ultimatums no demands in some respects this is similar to what the russian position has
been with regards to the syrian negotiations as well it always said that the opposition parties the rebels in negotiating with president assad have to drop all of their preconditions and all of their demands only then could fruitful dialogue be held it's a similar narrative here and the line from the foreign ministry here in moscow is that essentially the opposition is being pushed by outside parties he means the united states and that it's basically the western sponsors of one guy there who are encouraging the venezuelan opposition to stick to destructive positions and thanks for bringing us the perspective from moscow rory we're going to cross over downtown ascended and be at the he's live for us in bogota that's colombia's capital of course in venezuela feeling the heat of a lot of stuff that's been moving fast let's start with the call for
a walkout what kind of response is expected from the public to the the call by the opposition leader. well sami the opposition is asking once again for the people of venezuela to put pressure on nicolas my doodle but this time they're using a different strategy something different from the massive rally that we saw a week ago and kept it so crackers in this case at noon in venezuela that's eighteen g.m.t. the opposition is asking all venezuelans to stage walkouts wherever they are at work in the house even in their car even if they're in their car they're expected to walk out to reach the closest sidewalk and hold a white sheet of paper with some meaning them and the opposition that
being putting an end to the user for which is what they call nicolas maduro the man the transitional justice free elections and ask for the venezuelan military to join the rebellion that's the way the opposition is putting it and all this is coming just one day after yet tourney general given its attorney general announced that he has opened an investigation into what the government is calling why does anti-government activists the also freezing is accounts and battering him from leaving the country. it took the venezuelan government less than twenty four hours to attempt to strike back against the latest round of you saying. the countries that tourney general announced that the leader of the opposition and self-proclaimed interim president will be banned from leaving the country and his
bank accounts will be frozen. we have opened a preliminary investigation we have come to the supreme court to request cautionary measures cautionary measures as we carry out the investigation against the citizen a travel ban to avoid his departure from the country and to the bands as income and real estate three the freezing of accounts. shrugged off the announcement as more of the same. i'm not downplaying the threat of being imprisoned i don't want you to see it that way but frankly i see nothing new under the sun unfortunately this is a regime that offers no answers to the venezuelan people the only response is persecution and repression. the freezing of those accounts appears to be an effort to complicate a u.s. plan to direct oil revenues to the opposition as they try to win support from military officials still loyal to president nicolas maduro more than twenty countries have now recognized as being this way to me. yet my doodle still has some
international support mainly from china and russia who once again said that the u.s. sanctions are illegal. what the united states and their closest allies are doing with regards to finish is of course very worrying crudely violating all norms of international law and essentially taking a direct course at legal authority since latin american nations. over more than a week demonstrators have been taking to the streets protesting the dire economic situation in demanding president steps down. they've been met with force and the threat of imprisonment. so far and wide to being arrested but we see that while the government is opening the door to negotiations with the opposition they are also becoming more aggressive in going
after the leader of the opposition we'll have to see how many people hear the call for today's walkout and then remember that next saturday there will be an ad there massive rally in the capital caracas in all major cities in venezuela so the power struggle inside the country will continue with no end in sight all right thanks so much sadness on that. the british parliament has given the go ahead for tourism a to return to brussels to try and secure a better briggs's deal one of the prime ministers most important to go shooting tools has been watered down m.p.'s voted to reject a no deal exits from the e.u. are speaking a short time ago this is made said she still has a number of options it's been absolutely clear is my contacts with the european union leaders is that they want a deal what this house voted for last night is to leave the european union with a deal but it also crucially showed what it will take to see the sport in this
house for already in the future i think the plan that was set out last night shows that we can attain a substantial and sustainable majority in this house and there have been meeting in secret over the past week to create a briggs it plan that both sides would support dubbed the malthouse compromise they would essentially see to resume a renegotiate the part of her agreement that deals with the irish border and replace it with a free trade accord just how that will work is rather complicated officials hope a yet to be invented technology could be set up to avoid customs checks on the irish border malthouse compromise named after a housing minister who came up with the idea but also extend the transition period for at least one more year to formalize a new trading relationship with the e.u. jonah hill is outside westminster in central london so after everything we've heard i guess the key question remains how on earth is tourism a convince the european
union to renegotiate the deal. how indeed and how to find a solution she says she's exploring options well you might say it's a little late in the day for that she's given herself just two weeks to come back with an armed search on this we're now under sixty days before march the twenty ninth d.-day effectively time is certainly tight let me bring in my guest alan bennett joins me he's head of politics at city am thanks for being with us owen we've talked a lot this morning about what happened last night and what may happen in the next few days let's look at one aspect of this that hasn't been great be talked about until very recently to reason may said this was the only deal available to this country the best deal there was last night she whipped her own m.p.'s to vote essentially against her deal and she's now telling everyone else there is another deal to be had it's a bit of a turnaround isn't it is
a huge turnaround and the logic that she used which was quite savvy that she was well the house of commons rejects this i'm listening to the commons are listening to m.p.'s are listening to you guys and i guess if you will then single people want to hit with the believe it or not people start getting on your side a bit more and we saw that last night with the fact the tory m.p.'s who reject the do then came around i'm back to outside well it was quite sad because like you said she could have been so averse to on that point quite a lot more and in terms of the question of how on earth did she get the e.u. to negotiate she's pitching to them as she did in vienna ques a so-called stable and substantial majority the reality is the amendment that got through last night got through by just what he said seventy seven seventeen votes and he was she she can only lose nine m.p.'s before the whole whole thing falls flat why would the e.u. feel compelled to negotiate on that basis well there's two schools of thought here isn't there the fact that she could say to the e.u. look by promising a little bit change the backstop of banks to get the party to come with me for what the e.u. might look at it and say's well actually these people don't want to change they