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speak for themselves. not here to give the right answers but to ask the right questions. we're not here to indoctrinate but to listen. plus ninety connect to an unbiased agenda subscribe now on you tube. this is news africa coming up in the next fifteen minutes torrential rains and flooding strike mozambique just days after cycling can have smashed into the country as water levels increase in many areas from rescue workers bring you the situation on the ground also coming up few moments in history captured on film we
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hear from the photograph who's been documenting the uprising in sudan. and dreaming of film stock you meet a young nigerian actor aiming to make it big in knowledge. i am eddie michael jr while come to the program now it's being called on president it is second massive tropical cyclone to hit mozambique in the same season kenneth has wrecked yet more havoc on the country the first of the two cyclons arrived just six weeks ago so i can only die told through a bay raft and the surrounding areas in mid march killing at least six hundred people there and even tens of thousands homeless and what's described as the country's west humanitarian disaster now nothing. b.
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is dealing with cycling kenneth in midland for just north of the seeds your pemba on thursday the u.n. has pledged thirteen million dollars in emergency aid more than seven hundred thousand people could be at risk. if. they can't get rid of the water quickly enough the rain here in pember in northern most downbeat keeps on coming. rote snarr resemble rivers or actual rivers have burst their banks leaving huge areas underwater. aid agencies say psych loan kenneth's will bring twice as much rain is e.t.i. entire crop fields have been wiped out and people a shortage of food. you know. is making these. people need this right i said tell them something the people here.
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the sheer amount of water on the ground is making it difficult to access the affected areas rescuers from brazil are on the scene they've come with boats because at the moment it's too dangerous for helicopters to fly but helicopters are what's really needed with many stranded without supplies. and want to help. police people here people are going to help. until help arrives all they can do is wait counting the cost of the latest tropical disaster to land on mozambique shores. joining me now is saul butters country director of care in the mob who was a big fellow so thanks for your time now first tell us how bad is the flooding situation especially compared to after cycling you die hit. you know
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we're looking at a very similar situation to diana but it's a bit too it's exactly the flooding but what i can tell you is the scenes are still on the ground and operations air operations that they must spend it seems to be intense rainfall continued in the area today so. short of issues you saw yesterday roads being washed away this is continuing to. work and. definitely not what is the main danger facing the people of. well the out of town of everybody is not so badly affected it's moving in there is this room and the islands off the coast of been battered by the wind storms in this so it's really destroyed most of the islands and further it really you know similar
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situations. are levels of flooding houses being washed away and not see down the field when they're able to get out of business communities people are just bit left left with nothing think what they can retrieve from the flooding it's just scattered around and the houses completely take a bow definitely doesn't sound good now you mentioned earlier that it's still raining now forecasts say it's going to be raining for at least three more days what what are some of the challenges that rescue and aid workers like yours are facing. well that is the road to becoming law schools that we brought in yesterday just to go to do it ever since. and had dropped a few military resistance they're also being suspended today just because the weather conditions are too dangerous to use their assets so exactly this thing is going. well you know these conditions it's really difficult to get out to these
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places and understand the situation is. provided and humanitarian assistance. on country director of care in my pool to mozambique thanks for your time. now sonny's protest as a breakthrough in talks with me this they have agreed to form a joint council to pave the way for civilian rule so they. ousted by the military and you have this month after mass protests one photograph has been capturing some of the images of the upsizing use i.e. brahim. talk with him and the capital hostel. for thirty two year old mohammad this is history in the making has been documented the sudanese uprising since it started in the suburb today he's taking pictures of the incoming caravans joining the demonstrators in front of the army headquarters
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in the capital shift. my pictures of the coming generations the suffering experienced by people in my photos should not be forgotten. when we took to the streets we were just calling for our rights we should not have been met with some of the violence we see in the pictures of the sort. at the heart of the protest area mohammad displays his photos for his fellow students. in many ways the ongoing fit in has become a microcosm of what the people here want their student to be walking around you can feel the pride they have not only in reclaiming public space but also their freedom gatherings like this would not have been possible under the old regime. a larger art movement has emerged from the uprising even this billboard has taken a new name protesters have hung clothing in honor of military personnel who disobeyed orders and refused to open fire at them and there are.
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some it says his photography not only documents the revolution it is also a way to help the people who needed. to get out of this picture shows a man waving a flag as he is being loaded on to the. back of the truck. i will be using human punching him so that he put the flag down. to sit on holding up the flag high so. that's a picture help to get this man released because it spread so much so they were able to locate him and have him freed. for passers by mohammed's work reflect a turning point for sudan and its people. i feel love when i see the details of these pictures. these pictures are an expression of the bravery the strength and the patriotism of people who have overcome thirty years of oppression under a corrupt regime. to the display shows that sudan has
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a lot of artists and people with many talents. and good mohammad realizes that this newfound freedom is very fragile and that a lot of work needs to be done for the spirit of the student to be made a political reality. we learned as a people that we can be united and we can be one hand in this transitional period we the sudanese people have to accept each other. and talk about. hama does not know what exactly the future holds for sudan but he is determined to bear witness to it with his camera. the nigerian film industry popularly called nollywood is the second largest in the wild by the sheer output of films one thousand five hundred films a year many film stars begin the stages i went to the lagos the festival the biggest of its kind in west africa and i met one last film star that is you can
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do you you don't touch me like that on your own your final rehearsal for twenty one year old. prepares for his very first professional performance to meet up with a creative arts student at the university of lagos acting has become his. it's. easy to forget to see t. forget everything just before you know i love hockey is my life so i just going switch and forgets everything else only two hours so the curtains up and the director of the play i want might my business for use it to join madam organ and. satisfied. that we are still looking at them enough to make it's really possible to ask you looking. back what you did but that's not putting to me you still hopeful that this performance could help him become a deacon ali what started most of these things you do them to for example me up to speed me do something and someone sees me as teacher producer sees me on stage and say oh i like a boy like search i want some for my next shoe a lot of celebrities
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a lot of people love no one as are his parents and even more nerve wracking prospect they are going to see their son perform on states for the very first time . that i wouldn't. want to see my see them for me being one of the best on stage it's crunch time just a few minutes to go before he has to be on stage and to meet up has long been a part and probably you know he just showed us recently over something that every team is just busy looking for i'm looking for the key to this actually. find it's about you but yes. i don't know where she's i think. i want my business is an interactive. engage with the audience in the issues such as mental health in an entertaining way.
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and it works standing ovation. because he was just he was i mean i don't you know beautiful wonder what about his father. drove over three hours to get here to a gritty yes yes front to the audiences clearly impressed but how about the director who we are so mistakes will foodies know vs good yes we did wonderfully well you have to go on foot despite the slight criticism termit up a satisfied with today it's an ingrate just this this this. similes and snags. we may just be witnessing the start of a big korea in fact an audience member who runs a major international theater festival later told us that tomatoes performance was his favorite of the entire festival. reminds me of the days i used to act out said
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discovered the way. the law. subscribe to documentary on. welcome to news from the world of arts and culture i'm ken helm said and here's what's coming up in this edition. the new film about a tragic family killing revisits a real life drama that took place on the streets of berlin fourteen years ago. we look at the explosive charge of norway's young son who's making
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a name for himself with destructive performances done especially for social media. and in our series one hundred german must reads we plunge into. oppressive tale of seemingly random injustice and impenetrable authority the trial. will in two thousand and five germany was shocked by the murder of twenty three year old. a young turkish kurdish woman who had dared to leave a forced marriage and defy her strict muslim family while she was shot point blank in on the street by her youngest brother a so-called on or killing german director sherry hormones new film a regular woman tells the story a new and gives the victim back her voice. has
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