i'm just holding the key is to not i feel very proud aboutjesus. i hello. you're watching bbc news. i'm reged ahmad. the record warmth of the past week our top stories: fall, and looking like i'm going to hope that, you know, he will show up has gone, but it still won't be cold cry for real, because i have been the family of a us student to them that he has really changed, for the time of year this weekend. who died after he was jailed this is bbc news. missing my mum. but it will be wet at times and it the headlines: the family of a us student who died because it all has to start with in north korea criticise will be very windy at times too, president trump for praising after he was jailed in north korea kim jong—un. even stormy in places. have criticised president trump — one area of low pressure passes for praising kim jong—un. close by on saturday. otto warmbier‘s parents said "no him. singing. jesus is back on the another rapidly deepening area excuse. . . can change" that "kim of low pressure will come and his evil regime" killed their son. in on sunday, so spells their comments came after mr trump heaped compliments of wind and rain. on the north korean leader. streets. this time, spreading the but it's this second system on sunday, named by the met office meanwhile, the north korean leader message to young addicts that the as storm freya to raise awareness is set to leave vietnam of potential impacts, after the failed summit. that's going to pack drug can be beaten. but, across the biggest punch, if you like, this is the scene in hanoi, where he and we'll get to that in a moment. demonstrators have clashed with police in algeria — saturday starts perhaps a a little as tens of thousands protested damp still across easternmost parts is expected to get on his train against the president's decision to run for a fifth term. of the uk, with overnight rain clearing away. authorities say more than 50 police south africa, dealers continue to no frost around, plenty of cloud, home. clashes in algeria, as tens officers have been injured. push the drugs on the next maybe the odd mist and fog patch of thousands protest president bouteflika, who's 81, against their ailing president's decision has rarely been seen in public to the north—west initially. to run for a fifth term. since suffering celebrations as the generation. addicts are still indian pilot captured hassling to get —— hustling to get by pakistan is released. a stroke six years ago. but will his safe return the money to pay for their next fix, bring both countries back and then many of us will from the brink of war? andi the money to pay for their next fix, and i continue to visit my nephew's pakistan has freed an indian fighter brighten up for a time. and nasa's groundbreaking mars pilot captured after his jet mission gets underway, was shot down in the disputed grave, praying that other families but remember that first region of kashmir. area of low pressure. can be safe from the tragedy of here comes the rain from it quite wing commander abhinandan varthaman was handed over at a border quickly into northern ireland, crossing in punjab. nyaope. then western scotland and parts of wales, and all of that will push further east as we go through the evening. so if you're not wet by day, you will eventually see some rain
out of it. now, the winds start to strengthen too. these are average speeds. gusts will be stronger. a man's been jailed for 8.5 years for the manslaughter for northern ireland into western and northern scotland, of louella fletcher—michie, could see some gusts the daughter of the holby city in excess of 50 mph here, and still double—figure temperatures actorjohn michie. across much of the uk. now, going into saturday night, ceon broughton supplied his girlfriend with drugs, it's the western isles that then flimed her as she was dying, could well see some gusts up to around 70 mph. at the bestival music event plenty of heavy showers rattling in dorset in 2017. through north—west scotland. her family told winchester crown snow to the higher hills, court they'd been torn apart maybe some rumbles of thunder. whilst many other places will turn by her death, and their lives have drier, the rain never really clears been forever diminished. sarah campbell reports. from southernmost counties of england. and this is as storm freya comes in on sunday, initially with some whee! louella, hours before her death. alongside her, her boyfriend, ceon. wet weather pushing northwards, today, her mother described how though there's some uncertainty the family's hearts and souls had about how far north that will get. been ripped out. now, how much of northern ireland her father said his daughter's life was cut cruelly short. and scotland will see the rain from this — may not be too much regardless of the outcome in northern scotland, there'll be a few showers around, of this harrowing trial, but all the while the winds are going to be strengthening as well. that's the second part of storm freya — first the rain, there were never going then the wind, as the deepening area to be any winners. we began our life sentence of low pressure takes a track right on what would have been across the uk, with the strongest louella's 25th birthday. winds on the southern flank. and that brings them really
across parts of england and wales, where the met office has this yellow warning area. so it will be turning windier, particularly towards the end of sunday, into sunday night. initially around some irish sea coasts, the coast of south—west ceon‘s life sentence is knowing england, 60—70 mph gusts, that he didn't help louella to live. the couple had travelled to bestival in dorset maybe up to 80 in a few spots, for her 25th birthday weekend. there, she took the drug 2cp, given to her by broughton, and elsewhere through that warning and suffered a fatal reaction to it. zone, some gusts of 50—60 mph as she lay dying in this wooded as storm freya moves east. area, broughton filmed her, but there's still some uncertainty and failed to seek help about the detail here, until it was too late, so still keep watching if you've despite the medical tent got plans on sunday. being just 400 metres away. all starts to push away on monday, sentencing him to 8.5 years, the trialjudge said broughton had just still a few showers and lighter winds. only been concerned for himself, and didn't want to get arrested. at the time, he had had a suspended sentence for possessing a knife. a statement read on broughton‘s behalf said... finally, an apology, but there can be little comfort for louella's grieving family. today, her sister told the court that she tries every single day
to understand why ceon didn't help louella. sarah campbell, bbc news. now on bbc news our world. this week the programme tells the story of a south african journalist's attempts to save a family friend from drug addiction. across south africa communities are being decimated by a deadly narcotic known as nyaope. it is going straight into the blood come your heart, your lungs. this is the story ofa drug heart, your lungs. this is the story of a drug epidemic fuelled by corruption. and one man's fight for redemption.
a drug epidemic is raging in townships across my country. nyaope it isa townships across my country. nyaope it is a highly addictive heroin —based narcotic, which sometimes contains hiv medication. it's often mixed with marijuana and smoked or injected. this drug is slowly eating its weight at south africa's first poster apart a generation. and i wa nt to poster apart a generation. and i want to find out why. my name is golden mtika, i am a local crime reporter. i know the dangers of nyaope more than most. in the past six years the drug has claimed the lives of two of my young nephews. i have come to the old neighbourhood in search of answers. in the crowd
eyespot one of my nephew's ulcerans. jesus came from a good home and was a lwa ys jesus came from a good home and was always immaculately dressed. i cannot believe our has —— in the crowd eyespot one of my nephew's ulcera ns crowd eyespot one of my nephew's ulcerans will stop i want to want to talk to him. but he is too far gone. seeing jesus has brought back painful memories. in the space of five years i lost my twin nephews to nyaope. both of them, my nephews, we re nyaope. both of them, my nephews, were nyaope addicts. we tried to give them all guide them to stop smoking nyaope. at the end of the date they ended up losing their lives. this is where they have been laid to rest. —— at the end of the
day. i am sitting here, laid to rest. —— at the end of the day. iam sitting here, right laid to rest. —— at the end of the day. i am sitting here, right on top of this great, and i have my two nephews lying here, who died for nothing. life is so cheap. the loss of my nephews has had a devastating effect on me and my family, but we are not alone. most families have been affected by nyaope. you only have to turn the radio on and tv, newspapers. jussie stories of nyaope everyday. this is power breakfast here on power. i want to hearfrom you how nyaope has affected your life. what is it about your brother that
is disappointing new and hurting your? after what happened to my nephews, i am determined to helpjesus escaped his addiction, before he suffers the same fate. i find his addiction, before he suffers the same fate. ifind him scavenging in an open sewer. like thousands of other addicts, he is desperate to buy his first six of the day. he agrees to talk, but seemed distracted. i need to finish rolling and start...
ha rd get nyaope into the township? it's hard seeing just how low jesus get nyaope into the township? it's hard seeing just how lowjesus has fallen. but in the nightmare world of nyaope you can always sink lower. asi of nyaope you can always sink lower. as i discovered, some ofjesus's friends are going to potentially deadly extremes to feed their addiction. in search of a bigger hit, they not only injected the drug, but shared the same needle. so are you not scared of hiv? these quys are you not scared of hiv? these guys are are you not scared of hiv? these guys are already taking one hell of a risk, but what i was about to see next was truly chilling. after injecting the nyaope, the addict draws his own blood are back out into the syringe. to make the hits go further, this
himself and injecting the other one, it scared me most. —— drawing blood. seeing jesus' friends risking their lives for nyaope makes me more determined than ever to try to save him. a few days later, the rehab centre has agreed to takejesus. and i go to tried and find him again. i phoned him at one of his regular
spots, but it's not looking good, he's already smoking —— i find spots, but it's not looking good, he's already smoking —— ifind him. i wonder if he will still feel the same about going into rehab. do you think you will miss this? jesus says his goodbyes. his resolve is strong. but i need to get into the centre before his cravings begin. —— to get him. the 10th commandment rehab centre in tembisa
looks scared. but it's too late to back out. jesus has been addicted to nyaope for almost a decade. he will be kept under lock and key until he is clean. this programme may be his last hope for redemption. singing -- singing. the next day i returned to see how jesusis the next day i returned to see how jesus is doing.
but, despite the cravings, jesus still seems determined. it's time for me to leavejesus. now, he must fight his demons alone. i hope he can find the strength to beat nyaope. if he can't, there's a chance he dean brill —— if he can, there is a chance he can rebuild his life and connect with himself again. thousands of young south africans are in thousands of young south africans a re in exactly thousands of young south africans are in exactly the same situation as jesus, but who are the shadowy people responsible for flooding jesus, but who are the shadowy people responsible forflooding our townships with the drug? through my underworld contacts, i have managed
to find a nyaope trafficker who is willing to talk to me, but he is suspicious. i have heard he is a key supplier to thousands of local nyaope dealers. 0k, ok, the stuff we have here, how long will it last year? how much to get? 0ne township, ten kilos. i can't imagine the misery this is calling. how does it make you feel, when you look at one of these people in the township who has lost hope in his life just because he is making this stuff? —— smoking this stuff?
all right, so this is basically for the sake of money. nyaope has long been illegal in south africa, so how can dealers like these operate so openly? how do you deal with the cops? all right, you just have to bribe them. how much money do you give a cop? is it only the junior level cops, or up is it only the junior level cops, or up to the higher end? here selling nyaope, and he doesn't care. what he cares about is money. i have lost my two nephews through this nyaope. i think for me, the
government needs to come in very strongly and arrest each and every person who is dealing in nyaope, because they are killing our society. i have managed to find a cop who is prepared to talk about corrupt officers, who are feeding off the drug trade. i am meeting him ata off the drug trade. i am meeting him at a secret location. hello. hello,, hello, hello, my friend. i am around this area. 0k. he sounds a bit nervous, but he has promised that he is coming. we have disguised his identity to protect him. do you understand nyaope is now
very common in oui’ him. do you understand nyaope is now very common in our streets, on almost every corner of our streets? yes, yes, most especially in our townships. they are, there is a lot of nyaope. it is killing our country, our community, our children and our brothers. how frustrating as it to you? i am trying to combat crime and protect members of the community, but some of our members, they are taking bribes. to those who supplied nyaope. how could the corruption be stopped ? supplied nyaope. how could the corruption be stopped? to stop corruption, arrest those police officers. who is involved in crime? this cop is taking a big risk talking to me. it's very dangerous to us to cover up that story. they can kill me and also my family —— colour that story. thank you for speaking to me, and be safe. you are welcome. the most disappointing thing about it at this point is
getting bribes from the dealers is that they are giving them the freedom to operate in our townships freely, and making drugs accessible to our children very easily. i want to our children very easily. i want to find outjust how to our children very easily. i want to find out just how widespread to our children very easily. i want to find outjust how widespread the problem of corruption within the police force has become. a nyaope street dealer has agreed to wear a secret camera, but it is very risky. the cop sees itjust after changing shift and they will drive around the township seeing each and every dealer to collect money from them. it doesn't take long for a cop to ta ke it doesn't take long for a cop to take a bribe. 0ver over the next four days, our cameras ca ptu re over the next four days, our cameras capture police officers repeatedly receiving bribes from a non— drug
dealer. we have obscure their faces to protect his identity —— known drug dealer. this is pretty obvious. a policeman goes in, and a dealer of nyaope comes with the police and tell them business is not good, but i will give you a cold drink. and then south african terms, cold drink means i will give you bribe money. for the love of money, theyjust collect money and they leave these drug dealers to run around in our streets, sell drugs freely. so to me, this is not good. it is not good at all. not only to me, but to eve ryo ne at all. not only to me, but to everyone else in our society. we put these allegations to the south african police service. in response, he said... —— they said... and highlighted recent high—profile arrest the drug dealers in the
johannesburg area. it has been six months since i leftjesus in rehab. we have been supporting his treatment, and i've heard he's now cleaned of nyaope. hi, jesus. hi, man. you are looking clean, you are looking very clean. very neat. you are looking... just look at you, man. i can't believe this is you. you are looking great, man. how has it been at the rehab? the hardest pa rt it been at the rehab? the hardest part was my first three days and the first week. there's pains, those sleepless nights, you know. i'm finding it hard to put words to it, because even the thought of it is, like, i can't. do you think you would ever go back? no. to smoking, no. i wouldn't go back to that.
would ever go back? no. to smoking, no. i wouldn't go back to thatlj would ever go back? no. to smoking, no. i wouldn't go back to that. i am taking him home to meet his family, for the first time in years. taking him home to meet his family, for the first time in yearslj taking him home to meet his family, for the first time in years. i am a bit nervous, you know. i am a bit nervous, but yes. how is she going to react towards me, that is what worries me. what happens if your mum rejects you? that's. .. that's going to hit me hard. home, sweet home. 0h, home, sweet home.