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if you take all 3 points against bayern munich against a top of the table. 16. i come. from the detention of the famous naturalist and explorer. too soon the bridge clicks on the front to build $250.00. parking lot for each of the discovery. expedition inboard on. this is the news africa coming up on the program an african leader is recognized if you vs prime minister collects the nobel peace prize for resolving the long running conflict with neighboring every tree. on the historic moments for angola as a member of former president the south as for many who is on trial for corruption
what does it mean for the country. i. your welcome to the program prime minister has received the nobel peace prize at the ceremony in norway the nobel committee priest before his efforts to end 2 decades of conflict with its neighbor longtime enemy every tree in his acceptance speech he said he had also stepped up achievement in political crisis in eastern africa warning that many times groups continue to pose a threat to peace in the horn of africa the horn of africa today's other you know started its significance the global powers are expanding their military presence in the area there is an extremist groups also seek to establish a foothold with window one the whole need to be
a battleground for superpowers hideouts. for the merchants of terror and brokers of the spear in misery we want the horn of africa to become a target of peace and progress. at home has led radical reforms but he still faces enormous challenges following iraq is in i think violence within the g.o.p. . july 16th 2018 the unthinkable ethiopia's prime minister on eritrean soil. the move shocked even his own officials abby ament on the left reached across the divide and soon signed a peace deal with eritrea as president he says of worki restoring ties between both countries if you and eritrea are like estranged siblings they used to be one nation before eritrea's independence in 1903. between
10082000 before it over their shared border. it's estimated 80000 people were killed the war was followed by a standoff that lasted 2 decades. suddenly those barriers were broken with abby calling for unity. 08 your. dear people of ethiopia and eritrea. i would like to bow down and humbly thank you . because you chose compassion not cruelty. peace not conflict love. forgiveness after fighting embracing and not pushing each other all. the way along with. the division had gone beyond geopolitics families had been separated against their
will and only reunited after the peace agreement was signed. abby ahmed extended the message of reconciliation to sudan during a power struggle between the military and the opposition there. at home he attempted to overturn the. promoting free speech pardoning thousands of political prisoners and decriminalizing dissident organizations his nobel peace prize award has not surprised many. one of the important things he did is to reconcile us with the people of every tree even if some people argue that he doesn't deserve the price i don't agree. this country as an ethiopian and as an african i feel happy that he won the prize. but he seems passive about the uprisings in some parts of the country they have not
been controlled as quickly as one would expect that's where his problem lies if you are the leader of a country you need to make sure the rule of law is respected. it's clear that despite the fanfare around the man not everyone has welcomed his reforms that ethiopia has been. a grenade attack during a rally in the capital added in june 28th. the prime minister escaped unhurt. he still faces the huge task of keeping the country united and peaceful even as its ethnic regions seek greater autonomy. there is still a long journey ahead for you but under abbey ahmed the nation is charting a different course from the past. so it can achieve. peacefully uniting his country with every trio that made it possible for people to
cross borders including. drawn to the. capital they are profiting from the new found freedom. peace between his country every tree here and neighboring ethiopia was life changing a year ago the artist crossed the border. there you met up with painters he was already friends with an facebook they helped him to find spaces to exhibit his collage in portraits and this became his warm fire from. the eritrean capital where i brought her says he had little hope of selling his works. so. there's no peace nobody can work then your work would be to protect the country but if there is peace anyone can work in their country and learn working here because there is peace and if there were no peace between the 2 countries then i wouldn't
have this opportunity. no one will but then also visit if your chair last year but then decided to stay drawn by the best art scene in. the eritrean artist just held his 1st solo show of actually paintings some of them street scenes others abstract works built around concepts like hall he believes art is a powerful tool for building peace. keeping the peace. so. to. the people. and to reunite people no i want to organize an exhibit action that would feature eritrean and its european artists side by side. now the supreme court has started here in the case of. the son of
a former president is on trial for embezzlement is the most high profile case yet. the corruption dr was a filipino is accused of splitting $500000000.00 out of state found to do in the time he ran it his father was a had a lot of root on for nearly 40 years critics accuse him of mismanaging oil wealth and pillaging the country to line the pockets of his family. but the voting in of a new president in 27 has since been we've of change now added to africa wanted to focus on politics the economy and findings across the continent joins us now for more on this thanks for your time so how big a deal is it that the former president is now on trial.
hello mika thank you for having me so obviously it's not every day that you have. a former president. sitting on trial in specially if you're talking about a president who. a country one of one of. africa's major economies in a major role producer for 40 years how long just a few battles father was a lot of. power. of course this is this is historic in a way but. i i would i would advise you know again. you know conclude your conclusion good about. this because i think the bottom line will be the day the trial and and the way the day we can say that the trial was effective and that justice was served and. for that we
will have to wait and they will be my 1st question in the 2nd question is that. of course. that i was the head of the covered wealth fund of course the family of the former president who was involved busy in the you know very. very deal with the government very profitable for themselves for the family in general but indians you have to keep in mind that. corruption in them go what is involved the presidential family but it involved and you know it's dealing with all the whole n.p.l. a regime. because that really takes us straight into my next question where the new president al gore and so it's on the same party from our president to
center so how seriously should we take him in his fight against corruption. well you have to think seriously i think we have good you know people who care about human rights. in the case of angola. there is no menu of human rights than. that so so much a lack basic basic needs education health of the country going through very very very recession so of course you have to think everyone especially the higher level when they say that they want tackle corruption that always a positive development but we also have to be demanding about about result you have who we are 3 years into who president would almost halfway. and to you know from the moment to power and. what look at
the result then we have when former minister who was obviously someone who took orders and he is the major figure right now you know that that's actually been convicted you have a lot of fault we have a lot of each in the right direction but ok where is the action. clearly more action is needed in tackling corruption i was talking to paul again and it's africa money and use that to focus on politics and finance across the continent well that's it for now from news africa you can catch all our stories on our website facebook page so we leave you now with one of the song stockholders of the prestigious us magazine rolling stone to find 20191 of the few africans who made it on to this yes nest as nigerian sing got him out he nailed it with i am enjoying this new genes by for not letting.
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this year a well known documentary film festival in moscow called the festival is playing. animated satirical show the pokes fun of russia's leaders amongst others and is co-produced by the w. the organizers say they are taking a risk by showing the film but with censorship on the rise in russia that is a risk they feel they have to take our correspondent emily show him small. but if it wasn't us they seem to work on nothing no one in current affairs if the marking gaze of somebody.