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and you are watching you can find more news on t.v. dot com or on twitter thanks for joining us i mean up next is news africa to. the for. the long time to itself. with its own gravitational pull. the finest musical compositions. with some mystery tracing. the bus going through means if you listen to them don't really mean that that's
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enough. for you know and the jointer come up in the morning. the feel the sins of your highness mom. the mom's car. starts oct 11th on to talk enough. this is news africa coming up in the next 15 minutes. these are the 1st migrants to arrive in the country thanks been evacuated from detention centers in the game. and he was once the 2nd fastest marathon running in history but has now little left to show for it so what happened to kenya is trying to keep it. to the soul of the closest. to. my siblings putting. himself in.
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hello i'm christine want to welcome to news africa it's good to have you along rhonda has received 66 migrants that were being held in the libyan detention center you know conditions in many of those libyan camps saw say to be inhumane with reports of rape and torture now it's the 1st group off 500 to be sent to a one day it's under an new agreement with the u.n. to help resettle people detained while trying to reach europe now the group is from so mali at sudan and eritrea they've been given asylum seekers' status while the u.n. h.c.r. determines whether they are refugees. from the we thank god we can't explain what life was like back in libya fighting and we couldn't even sleep peacefully at night now we feel safe. from the people
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and the government of rwanda is also an example of african leadership but i hope many other countries. of. solidarity. and will give hope to money was. freed when you from africa desk joins me now hi fred it's good to see you so it's a gesture that's been lauded by the international community but what led the one in government to take the decision to accept these refugees from libya. 1st of all the old rag to say that for me i think it's a human to drive that made run and to take the lead to survives of africans and number 2 i think that when the news broke in 2016 that african migrants
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were being sold as slaves the whole lot of course was shaken and also ashamed so one president at that time as the head of african union. maybe to take the lead was the best thing to do so i would say that in terms of political squabbling points i think that also could be one of the reasons but the humanitarian reason i think needs in this case ok so we're hearing that the one government has said it's prepared to accommodate as many as $30000.00 evacuees from libya one want to be receiving financial support. from what i have received from u.n. . they said that there is no money they are giving to run the government and run the government has obviously said that they are not taking their financial.
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support but the u.n. . mentioned that they are taking care of all the financial. needs for the refugees b. b. b. b. they're fried from the bia to kigali and the money that they're going to use when they're there are still there the u.n.h.c.r. would take care of everything in rwanda ok let's talk about when they get to what it's about the that the provision that has been made for them where are they going to be staying what's the accommodation i. they're going to stay in there is some part of rwanda it's a little bit far from from gary demand cup draw there there are some houses beautiful of them the u.n. had syria supported the museums there and wonderful for the press and then ronda also according to the argument between the u.n.
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it run down and there is a you wonder we're fascinated that if we just to get jobs and the young children will have access to education so in principle they un head see i provide financial support for their shelter frights from libya to kigali and from there the refugees or migrants who decide whether they want to stay in ronda or they want to move on and go to other countries or even go back to their are countries ok fred i mean how what one day and likely taking this year round in yourself all your fellow countrymen seeing this news of these people coming into the country. christine i have been following the social media and talking to some people in rwanda rundowns are happy to work on these migrants and you have to know that at least 80 percent or even of 80 percent rundowns have been lifted jeans or born in exile so we understand the pain and suffering some of the people who have no place to live due
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to political reasons or social and economic challenges so i think the main rundowns are so happy to do that to take care of them. for us it's obvious it's normal i would say. of winning a match every day africa desk thank you. you know. when duncan cubits won a marathon in europe 10 years ago it came with the big check in prize money followed by a nike sponsorship deal having 1st was a goal the kenyan achieved it in close to record speed making him the 2nd faustus marathon runner in history at the time but as you're about to see its glory days are over. really all that's left are the photos in 2009 duncan combat won the marathon in the dutch city of rotterdam his time made him the 2nd fastest
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marathon runner in history today he has nothing to show for it the course. my siblings. kibitz brother pays his rent even though he bet $1180000.00 in prize money for his rotterdam victory he also had nike sponsorship worth $100000.00 but then a growing injury stopped him in his tracks 2 years after rotterdam was broke and couldn't visit says mother after his win he bought her a house and helped others he paint people school fees and doctors fills. your mind. thousands of runners flock to training camps here trainer joseph i has seen many pass through who see running as a way to escape poverty but when the winnings are gone the consequences can be
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dramatic. many. with minor. breakthrough. con artists pose another threat for successful runners when kenyon strike it rich they usually buy land it's the best pension plan but a common scam is the selling of fake land titles. bought land that the seller did not even own he told us. some like former 5000 meter world champion benjamin lemo have successful businesses other runners aren't so lucky. and it's to. many of kenya's athletes like duncan could that have little education and lacks skills they can fall back on for kenya's former running star's retirement often means a long financial struggle. now the idea of someone spending
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a vacation volunteering in a children's home sounds like a win win situation kids get extra cuddles and volunteers feel like they're doing good and making a difference but the issue isn't so clear katz having waves of ideas parachute in and out of an organization can hooves. cuddling kissing and comforting tilden and me that's why don't you know gruber has traveled from austria to kenya to train social work that is spending a month here as a volunteer in a children's home on the outskirts of nairobi. welland tearing is especially important in places like this because to previous need to factor in finer things like one of tears make it a little easier to give. the children or individuals little bit more love. daniela has paid an international agency for this experience she booked
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a so-called holiday to help it combines a vacation with one interior. she's one of many international volunteers flocking to africa to lend a helping hand. every year millions of people from wealthy nations travel to countries less well off hoping to do good voluntourism as it's come to be known appears to be a win win children's homes are supported volunteers validated and vulnerable children shown cat but this noble aspiration also comes with a danger of doing harm. peta cutter no no grew up in a children's home that used to be located. it's the 1st time in years that he's come back to visit the area but his memories of the dozens of own interests who looked off to him are still vivid and being right here brings back old memories some of which she wanted a member some of which don't come across your mind. first
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of all and unbiassed most of them well into us if not we're going to be as well in and out of the place and the children so much so the best in life are going to sleep with a common goal come to a common goal so nothing of the day they just. peter believes volunteers a driven by a genuine desire to help but that doesn't stop him from feeling that he was used by them so it's almost too painful for him to think about the last one interest who was in his night he disown him as a father figure and then the person left. so i. find it more difficult to trust other people once you get into people calm and cool calm and cool so you have to be out in mind that nobody would come into your life and stick into your life so it's a lesson that you are learning in each day that is straight possible. to get back
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in the children's home says she's aware of the risk of children becoming emotionally attached to international help but she believes she can still extra cash that the stuff don't have time for. actually it's not that they really need here is i mean they also run this place without us i think that's the thing that's my extra then i can give. peter though it's the volunteers who are benefiting not the children and he hopes his story will spread awareness about the other side of fun and tourism. and that is that banality to me is happening as always you can catch a lot of stories on our website and facebook page how you wonder what's the staging the i.f.c. when you see south africa's run to be captain and do you know the right people to have this going on in japan right now and the only chap it can have to settle on a fight in a tournament maybe at south africa at full face on
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a saturday and i'm children south africa of course i don't excite i don't. look. whatever the season whatever the reason munich is always worth a visit. in summer in winter. but above all during october the moves because we're back. now and i can understand why so many people chose here every year again and again. just.
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to supply you don't need to keep the grey about of the gold for the holder of the match on home the 4th time flew the most missing medellin colombia. the falaise at the last dragon was one of the harm to me a. degree of books on. october fest in munich sees millions of tourists flocking to the bavarian capital every year. new couch stieg enjoys the masses for the world's biggest.


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