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good morning story. with exclusive. must see concerning. your. curious minds. do it yourself network or. subscribe don't miss. this is the news africa coming up in the next 15 minutes the ivorian schoolboy ended up dead on the french quarter runway. 10 in the i need a diet in the undercarriage of the plane destined for harris from the song his friend says he always talks about wanting to travel. he talked a lot about the artful tower. he said he wanted to see it something. oh. and the gunfire has been silenced in sudan off to
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a rabbani end but it was a great. tension. africa it's good to have your company law but tell me i need thought he could have a base in life away from ivory coast but his dreams and hopes for the future ended in tragedy when he stowed away on a plane bound for paris but in the maze family in abidjan say they didn't know he planned to do it. so. his friends and family remember him as a happy smiley child. telling me dream of becoming a scientist one day last week the 14 year old was found dead in the on the carriage of a plane in paris. so. i'm
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trying to come to terms with this reality this news is breaking my heart it's torturing me for today. what happened so long by me has left everyone here in shock they had no idea what he was planning. to do so use always smiling he was happy he was comfortable here at home with his parents and his friends i don't understand how you became a stowaway who can end up in the landing gear of an airplane what was missing what was he missing he had everything here just given which is there you. tell me got into the airport in abidjan by climbing over this wall he then hid in pushes until it was time for the plane to take off with little oxygen in temperatures way below freezing he the suffocated all died from the cold. and
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government says it will improve security at the airports before long but tell me and his friends that he's now too late. to like to talk a lot about other countries germany spain france he talked a lot about the eiffel tower. he said he wanted to see it some day. admiral by telling me school a similar sense of numbness to the staff here it's as if they've lost their own son . when you do so many feel i say he was my child i feel completely lost because the shock is so brutal brutal. the school held a memorial service for laura by telling me and with it a warning for his classmates. happiness is not always somewhere else happiness can also be found here. trying to make some good of what so many was an unthinkable
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and avoidable tragedy. such as tao was no harm but himalaya able to get onto the plane and supervise to help us answer this we've invited judenfrei he's an aviation security operations expert in london welcome to day news africa julian is it really possible that this boy just walked onto the runway climbed onto a plane without anybody noticing this it's very very disturbing because i'm just so you see t.v. and they have actually discovered the c.c.t.v. and they have pictures of the poor little shop 14 years old flight training on the on the carriage before the plane took off. the point is that there's no use having c.c.t.v. if nobody is monitoring it and also calls he shouldn't be on the anywhere near the apron at all. so how often does do things like this happen we see there's
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a clear breach in security making these airports vulnerable to incidences like this how often do we actually see it happen. it does happen quite often but you have to remember there are hundreds of thousands of flights every time i and it's only 24 hours a day and all around the world the tragedy is that only one in 6 days actually survives simply because they either freeze to death or they crushed by the on the carriage mechanism. some people tried stow away in the nose knows well and of course there's just about enough space for a person but the point is this is a wheel comes out you will be squashed or you'll simply freeze to death all right that's julian bray aviation expert in london thank.
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residents of hot in la still reeling from the armed revolt from within its security forces that shut down parts of the sudanese capital on tuesday and left at least 2 people dead the head of the country's transitional council says' life has returned to normal but some locals believe that normal should mean a greater sense of security. and sound that would send anyone scurrying for cover a sound that has led to heightened fear and worry about sudan's volatile transitional government the country is in a 3 year transition to civilian rule. the gunfire on tuesday came in the midst of a mutiny by some members of sudan's much feared intelligence agency 9 months after the country's long time dictator omar al bashir was ousted during mass protests the agency was set up during bush years 30 year reign about to have dozens if you.
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let the you all follow the events of the day it's a flat which we feel very sorry and that. it was only meant to cut off the nation's transitions to building a solid democracy. you know the. city's. a solid democracy and most of all a safe and peaceful life is what people on the street want you to mock had the thought that people were terrified from all of this. and recalling upon the armed forces to relocate their bases. to be outside of the capital perimeter. to get a kind of the attack was a real scare. i love how that also at the root of this is a wide open as well i mean. there has been intense security.
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that i've thought of of you know how you add to that the sound of gunshots that could be heard in the city of khartoum one had that up in the infield but they left people in real fear of a possible risk to our capital. allows them up. as khartoum returns to a sense of normalcy there's word that the head of the intelligence agency resigned in the wake of what the government now calls a coup attempt. my next guest today is john but he is he is a political analyst and has researched sudan for amnesty international welcome to the 70s africa at least. these people. the people who rebelled are part of a branch of the intelligence services cold the a person's core and they're a group of 13000 a very armed. men who are really the big losers of the recent change because their
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unit has been dissolved recently by the new authorities right. with what we've been told they say that this is about the severance packages that they were off it off and it was disbanded disbanded is is that kitty the case is this just about the pension packages that they were offered or is there more to this well i think there is probably broader of considerations of frustration by these people who as i said of the 2 the losers of the new the new system the some of the leaders of the military and security operatives have accused these and then of plotting to. putting a coup but the facts on the ground i think suggests that it was more of a haphazard expression of anger and frustration most of the fighting to place around the bases as opposed to iran strategic sites which we would expect if these people actually intended to seize power and i think it's important to be skeptical
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of some of these claims that there is a broader conspiracy in this particular case because the leaders of the military and security apparatus who made these claims actually have an interesting positioning himself as some kinds of protector right with actors of the revolution even though they actually did repress revisionary last year when they sent forces to disband revision reseating and killed the proximity 130 people right i mean so. certainly there is there is the issue of pension they could also be the. but if this were a policy do these people this group do they have the power to be stabilized. well i think what this shows is that there is the fault lines we've seen there between security approaches have a huge potential to disturb you guys and even further i think the biggest challenge at the moment for the government will be to to disband these men and then return to
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civilian life without triggering more mutinies so we have 30000 people as i mentioned but this is only the beginning it way because if you want sudan to democratize the civilians will have to establish control over the rest of the military and security apparatus including the army and the paramilitary repeat support forces which today sits at the top of the state in every benefited from the change in regime and so far we're not seeing much from the prime minister that suggests that he's willing to confront the interest of these very powerful men in arms. the last and then very briefly suppose if you can what do you think will be the fallout from this this incident we know that for example that the chief intelligence office office in the country has resigned when it and they. well i think in the short term the military and the paramilitary forces a come out reinforced of this episode because they can use it as an opportunity for
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propaganda to assure themself as protectors of the revolution i think in the more medium term the followed will be seen in how they are thirty's manage the reform of this intelligence service because it was we did the center of this year's military and security apparatus it has huge show infrastructure of trained men but also interesting also because of the economy and it's possible that the military and the paramilitary forces will wrestle full power over the spoils of these intelligence agencies. thank you thank you. and that is it by now that he is advocating stories on our website facebook page just to remind you of how the sudanese. brought about the change we leave you now with pictures of those dreams of the ways of free taking its time that it was a project i'll be shantelle next time i'm.
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