people bring the strangest things to people in sudan are waking up to the this market. third head of state in as many days ——in as many days. there was a coup welcome to bbc news, broadcasting to viewers in north america that ousted the president. julian and around the globe. my name is lewis vaughanjones. our top stories: assange faces call from some british mps to be extradited to sweden if a it is seeming that the fishermen formal request is made over rape sudan has a new leader. it third in need more rice and pastorfor the allegations. the founder of wikileaks who was arrested in london three days but demonstrators may not fish they will give to this man. —— on thursday also faces accusations be convinced by the appointment of of leaking us government secrets. another army officer. wikilea ks and the world health organization founderjulian assigns faces calls says it needs more funds to deal pasta. sometimes it takes hours to find what you are looking for. with a massive outbreak of ebola in by british mps to be extradited to the democratic republic of the congo. the epidemic is the second sweden on rape allegations. —— biggest in history. assange. president trump says he's considering releasing migrant detainees into democrat—controlled urban centres as the party opposes his immigration policies. the ebola outbreak is the second largest in history at the un says it's not yet a global health it looks like that for as long as the economic collapse continues in
venezuela, bartering will be here to emergency. stay. do stay with us on bbc news. still two days after sudan's president to come... angerfrom campaigners as was forced from power — the military leader who led the coup has now appointed general abdel—rahman burhan — the ban on transgender people in the us military comes into effect. as its new leader. pol pot, one of the century's greatest mass murderers, state tv broadcast the moment is reported to have died of natural causes. he took the oath to become head of the military council to oversee — he and the khmer rouge movement he led were responsible what the council called — for the deaths of an estimated a pre—election transition. protestors welcomed the change but say they still want the military 1.7 million cambodians. to give up power and allow a civilian transitional government to take charge. our senior africa correspondent, there have been violent anne soy, reports. protests in indonesia, where playboy has gone uncertain times in sudan, on sale for the first time. but protesters are undeterred. traditionalist muslim leaders have expressed disgust. the magazine's offices have been attacked and its editorial staff they say the revolution have gone into hiding. isn't over yet. the country's strongman may be gone, but in his place now are some of his closest allies. it was clear that paula's only contest was with the clock, but the people are demanding and as for her sporting legacy, paula radcliffe's competitors
will be chasing her new world best time for years to come. an end to military rule. translation: we want a civilian transitional government as soon as possible. quite quietly, but quicker if it has to be the army and quicker, she seemed just who makes this happen, to slide away under then we don't want anyone from their side who has been part of the regime in any way. translation: why isn't there a transitional government? all those people who died, have theyjust gone in vain? we cannot accept this. the surface and disappear. there are fears the army generals who toppled the president will do anything to hold onto power. this is bbc news. the latest they've supported repression for decades, but the generals are now promising reform, political dialogue and a transition headlines: sudan's new miltary leader has been sworn in — he's the country's to civilian government. third in three days. but protestors want the military to give up power. more than 70 british mps translation: all of us, call for the extradition we should work hand in hand. ofjulian assange to sweden, we are not against the demands of the people. we are for the demands as a rape allegation is re—examined. of the people. the world health organization says this but this evening, in it's received only half an extraordinary development, the funding it needs to tackle the man sworn in only yesterday the growing outbreak of ebola as sudan's new military leader has announced his resignation. in the democratic republic of the congo. the virus, which causes internal
bleeding, fever and vomiting, has already left more than 760 general awad ibn auf said people in the country dead. but in a surprise announcement he is handing over power to another military leader seen as less on friday, the who again decided not close to the old regime, to declare a global health emergency. caroline rigby reports. perhaps more sympathetic to the protesters. women have been at the forefront of the protests. "reject the regime coup," they chanted in khartoum today. one woman has come to symbolise the rebellion. these images of 22—year—old engineering student alaa salah went viral earlier this week health workers do what they can to as she led demonstrations. stop the bowler in its tracks as they battle to contain the world's second largest outbreak in history and the worst the congo has ever translation: the role of sudanese seen. authorities declared it a national women is very significant emergency in august — since then it has shown little sign of slowing down. just this week the country's health in the revolution. ministry reported a record number they've taken part equally with men of 20 new cases on thursday, and have faced violence and beatings. that surpassing the previous one—day women have endured a lot of pain record of 18 the day before. it is quite a focused and have kept on going. amplification of disease in a very specific geographic area. but the protesters want to see the disease there has risen the system overhauled, notjust a change of face. because of lack of access to that community. anne soy, bbc news.
we have fallen behind in starting vaccination rings. vaccination is proving to be a highly effective way of more than 70 british mps and peers have signed a letter urging stopping this virus but, if we can't vaccinate people, the government to allow the extradition we can't protect them. ofjulian assange to sweden if a formal request is made. so far around 1200 people have been infected, the founder of wikilea ks, and more than 760 have who was arrested at the ecuadorian embassy in london died as a result, on thursday is facing rape and sexual assault meaning ebola has proved allegations there. the us also wants him fatal in 63% of cases. extradited to face charges of conspiracy to hack a government computer. yet the epidemic, which began but here in the uk, in the country's the opposition labor party says north—kivu province, he should be sent to america remains confined to that region for having exposed evidence of us and just one other to the north. atrocities in iraq and afghanistan. at least for now, it has not spread across the border to south sudan, rwanda or uganda. swedish prosecutors have been this is one reason why pursuing julian assange the world health organization for years about rape, coercion made the surprise decision and molestation allegations. to not declare it he took refuge in the a global health emergency. although there was great concern ecuadorian embassy. about some raising numbers in some regions, eventually, the prosecutors stopped trying to question him. but when the metropolitan police dragged him into custody, they got a second chance. the outbreak has not spread internationally, and that now over many months.
they have until next august to restart the rape investigation. assange fought not to go to sweden the organisation says it has received only half the funding because he was worried sweden needed to tackle the outbreak, would extradite him to the us. a shortfall of more now britain's considering that. than $100 million. and as the disease continues to be transmitted in healthcare settings as well as the wider community, he's obviously going to fight extradition and fight it hard. many here can only watch and wait. this case raises significant issues about free speech. we've been warning about the prospect of an extradition thousands of passengers request from the united across the world are stranded after the indian carrier jet airways suspended states since 2010. all of its international flights until next monday. after seven years inside the embassy, resolving jet is india's largest private airline and currently has more the case will mean answering some than $1 billion worth of debt. fundamental questions. isjulian assange a global campaigner who worked up a conspiracy to hack monica miller has more from delhi. secret computer systems? or is he a journalist publishing leaked information in the public interest, something the courts might be more lenient about. it is saddled in debt as you just in these modern times, said, over $1 billion. itjust can't seem to he may well be a bit of both, but this is how he described get a hold of things. last night into friday, himself to the bbc in 2010. they cancelled almost all international flights and gave their customers very little warning. we're a publisher. if you go on social media you will find desperate customers we accept information looking for answers from whistle—blowers. as to what to expect next, we vet it, we analyse and many of them have had to pay it and we publish it
and that's what we do. through the nose basically to other but the american charge sheet airlines to get from a to b against him suggests he did more at the last minute. than just accept and publish. so right now it is looking at maybe it accuses him of requesting not even existing throughout information from chelsea manning, the month of april, the us intelligence analyst, and of trying to crack and it is really facing a very difficult time. a password himself. even air india has been struggling, he's not accused of spying or treason, and the maximum sentence they have been trying to sell this in these charges is less airline for however long than the time he spent and they can't give in the embassy. it away, it seems. but labour believes he's jet airways broke the monopoly on the aviation industry being pursued for political reasons. in the early 1990s, so it had, it was the only private airline that was around for quite some time, i think there may be human rights issues in relation to assange. and then stiff competition came in, he is, at the very least, you had spicejet, indigo, a whistle—blower and much just to name a few. of the information that he brought into the public domain, it could be argued, was very much then you had high oil prices, in the public interest. and a volatile rupee, but wikilea ks leaked so airlines in india have had hillary clinton's emails and she wants him charged. it's not about punishing journalism. a hard time getting by. it's about assisting the hacking of the military computer to steal information and it does not seem from the united states government, that unless these issues but the bottom line is, are resolved, it isjust he has to answer for going to face stiff competition what he has done, at least and a rough road ahead.
president donald trump's ban on transgender people serving as it's been charged. in the us military has come into effect. after three years of being able to openly serve their country as their chosen gender, now they can only serve he has nine weeks to prepare his in their gender assigned at birth. case against extradition. the president says it's down tom symonds, bbc news. to the cost of medical bills. 0ur lgbt correspondent ben hunte let's get some of the day's other explains what the new rules mean. news. judges at the international criminal court have rejected a transgender people are being barred from joining the us military. request by a prosecutor to but what has led to investigate alleged war crimes in this, and what does it mean for transgender service afghanistan. the judges said investigate alleged war crimes in afghanistan. thejudges said crimes may well have been committed by us people in the future? this is myjob, this is my life. military personnel, the afghan army i served six years. i buried our fallen warriors. and the taliban, but they felt there it feels like a slap in the face. was little chance of prosecutions. the human rights group amnesty before we get into how the ban applies and why some international has criticised the of its reasoning is questionable, bear with me, a little bit of history. ruling. north korea's leader, kimjong—un, history was made today. has said he is only interested transgender people will now be in meeting president allowed to serve openly. trump again if he comes with the right attitude. and then one tweet mr kim said the collapse of his second summit with mr trump changed everything. on twitter, the president in february raised the risk promised to reverse of a return to past tensions president 0bama's 2016 decision.
and that the us needed to come up with a new approach yes — this totally surprise decision, before the end of the year. while popular with some republican washington insists that it will not supporters, immediately brought legal challenges from human rights lift sanctions until pyongyang campaigners. but a us supreme court vote decided has got rid its nuclear capability. mr trump said though he was injanuary that a version of it considering a potential should be put in place. third summit. now in 15 seconds, here is how the ban applies. you can'tjoin if you've transitioned or want to transition, which effectively bans trans people from joining. no—one serving will thousands of pakistanis have be allowed to come gathered in the central city forward to transition othang to create a human image unless they started the process before the ban. depicting the al noor mosque in christchurch, where a white supremacist murdered they will now only be allowed 50 people last month. to serve in their gender nine of the victims assigned at birth. were of pakistani origin. drone images showed worshippers standing in formation, the department of defense says as a second group formed the words the new policy doesn't ban transgender people from serving, but some campaign groups say the new rules will "islam is peace" nearby. systematically push transgender people president trump has said he's considering releasing illegal immigrants into democrat—controlled urban strongholds — out of the military. in retaliation for the party's opposition to his immigration policies. hundreds of transgender troops have deployed to he said he planned to bring them combat zones, and top military
to so—called sanctuary cities, bosses have unanimously stated that including new york and chicago, having tra nsgender service people has had no impact on cohesion, which have refused to hand over and the american medical association undocumented immigrants has also said there is no valid for deportation. in response, democrat medical reason for the ban. president trump's change mayors across the country on transgender rights is very different to policies in other countries. said they would welcome tra nsgender troops can serve the new arrivals and condemned what they called the president's in at least 18 other nations, including the uk. i transitioned about five ‘racist rhetoric‘. years ago, i was greeted with support and love from the british army a short while ago are a washington and my colleagues. being open about myself correspondent chris eichler made me better at myjob. there are still ongoing explained the political implications challenges for president trump's controversial policy, of mr trump's statement. —— chris but these will be fought after his ban starts rolling out across the us military service. i think this ban will be buckler. president trump has overturned in time. tried time and time again but it's not soon enough for those to introduce tougher immigration policies, only to find his ideas thwarted or certainly opposed who are serving right now. by the courts and congress. for now though, it does seem so what he is planning to try do that this ban is less here is to drop the problem about healthca re and on the doorsteps of his political opponents with this idea. more about politics. it has been considered, apparently, several times inside it has been five months since flames the white house. swept through paradise, back in november, once california and left the town almost again in february, completely destroyed. and it is has been the camp fire was the deadliest raised once again. and most destructive wildfire as to whether or not he is a seriously considering going in california history through with it, the washington and for residents it has been a painful and long road to recovery. post, who first broke this story, did speak to white house and department of homeland security officials who said it was not
recently we went back to visit some being seriously considered, of those finding a new normal. but president trump insists it is now being considered. it's something he says that he is definitely looking at it. this was my front door, right here. i think it was four days after 8 november, the rain and here's how it would work: started coming in. that is why everything looks basically, it would mean that like cement, and we are not lucky enough to salvage through ourselves. any immigrants who were waiting for an asylum hearing, he has been told by the courts that —— our stuff. at the moment he cannot moved them my son said "rip paradise." to mexico, they have to stay inside the us. what he would aim to do is to move them to i said, what? so—called sanctuary cities. as you mentioned, these are places where the authorities only share limited information with federal immigrant officials, and beyong that they he said "rest in peace paradise." also tend to be places i think he understands which have significant democratic political support. that we will have to start over. so he would essentially it is really tough. ship them there. but there are many inside the administration asking two questions. first of all, would this my plan? necessarily be legal? because they would have to have a particular reason for doing it. it's to finish school, and secondly, what would they do in practice stay in this trailer, to ensure this happens? i bought it and, you know, would they bus them, i'm going to learn from it. would they fly them? how would this actually work? and it's going to make me stronger. at the moment they i bought the shop back in 1989,
they said if you can make it simply do not know. in paradise you can make it anywhere. so we have made it so far. cash is no longer king in the markets of eastern venezuela. in the south american country where basic supplies are scarce, venezuelans are increasingly i felt like i could still keep using a system of barter for essential transactions. some fishermen are trying to get around the scarcity of cash the flames and the embers at bay. in the country by trading you were saying the embers household goods. were the size of... bbc‘s mundo's guillermo 0lmo reports the size of dinner plates. from the coconut market in puerto la cruz, eastern venezuela. itjust never entered my mind that i was in danger or anything like this. just one of those things you do i guess. we were able to reopen once we got there is still a lot of fish in water and electricity. crisis hit venezuela but the cash to pay for it is hard to find. that's as we had people coming in i kind of polled them a bit to find out, why these fishermen have time for will you be coming back? where are you now? bartering. valdes has been selling fish here for more than 20 years. i ask him what he is getting now in the annoying people that
are driving on the street, exchange. that are clogging your town, know that we would love to go home if we could, and we are just doing the best that we can. there were little miracles that happened just finding this house as well, with our sellers who sold us this house at a pre—camp fire price, not the crazy jacked up prices people are paying now. you know, wejust feel so blessed, it is overwhelming. but it is not over. there are still people, my parents are still in trailers. people still need help. the name of the next star wars film
has been announced to, and these pretty committed fans seem happy. they put on their best costumes to see the trailer for the rise of skywalker, at the annual star wars celebration in chicago. the film will feature previously unseen footage of carrie fisher as princess leia. this is bbc news. hello. i know all eyes are on the weekend weather, but you may recognise this forecast more in reference to next week. i'll get to that in a moment, but first let's take a look at the big weather pattern for the weekend. low pressure battling with high pressure, for dominance of the uk's weather — it is high pressure that wins but keeps us in the blue with a stronger, colder east south—easterly wind over the weekend.
it is high pressure, meaning most of us will stay dry, bar the odd shower. there will be some decent sunshine around but it is going to be cold for the time of year, particularly in that stronger wind. gardeners take note, frosty nights as well. many of us will start with frost again on saturday morning, away from the north sea coast and away from most westernmost areas where the wind is continuing to pick up. some gusts in northern ireland of around a0 mph. a breezy picture for some, patchy cloud will develop over parts of eastern england, especially east anglia and south—east england, you may catch a stray shower. if you do there could be some small hail associated. we have referenced the wind, average speeds but gusts will be higher, particularly in the west and especially into northern ireland, around a0 mph. for many, temperatures stuck in single figures especially on the north sea coast. for scotland, favourable wind directions with temperatures up to 1a, as we have had
over the past few days. clear weather overnight and into sunday but cloud increasing over the far south of england, northern ireland, and on the north sea coast with the breeze we should avoid a frost, but elsewhere we are in the blue so another frost as sunday begins. but with plenty of morning sunshine, some clouds developing. a stray shower here or there, most places will stay dry. in cornwall and northern ireland, expect cloud, the further west you are, you could see some patchy rain out of this weather front but most places will stay dry, with some cloud building during the day. temperatures similar, as is the wind, so it is feeling chilly. however, into next week, still high pressure, low pressure battling, but the orientation changing. as does the wind direction, eventually drawing some warm air from the south. although it is still high pressure and still mainly settled, it is going to feel very different.