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"The irregular flow of migrants across the Mediterranean ends then legal and safer pathways into Europe will be found for at least some of those who wanted to come. And that report was buying Kevin Connolly now if you own a has some of the other stories from our news desk. There have been clashes in Sudan, the funeral of one of the protesters who died in the capital Khartoum on Thursday. One witness said police open fires the mourners through rocks. Calling for President Robert Scheer to step down a constant chant at countrywide demonstrations now in their fifth week. Queen Elizabeth's husband the Duke of Edinburgh has reportedly been in touch with the two passengers of a car who were injured in a collision involving his vehicle on Thursday. Prince Philip who's Ninety-seven was shaken, but unhurt when his car rolled over in the crash, a former personal assistant to Mariah Carey has accused the singer and her ex manager of subjecting her to severe sexual harassment and discrimination. The shock Nasar. Ian has filed a legal case against the pop star and scalable Oceana cove in Los Angeles. Neither miscarry nor Balaj Nicole has commented. A man was taken to hospital with severe burns after setting fire to himself in the Czech capital. Prague it happened near an exhibition about Yan Pawlak the checks students who fifty years ago set himself alight in protest following the nineteen sixty eight Soviet led invasion from Prague rob Cameron has more. This incident happened two days after checks marks the fiftieth anniversary of Yan politics, self immolation and virtually in exactly the same spot on Wenceslas square eye. Witnesses say the man poured petrol over himself before igniting it passes by including a waitress from a nearby cafe rushed to put out the flames police would only confirm that the man was a check citizen born in one thousand nine hundred sixty four spokeswoman told reporters there was nothing to suggest the act was a political protest. However, an eyewitness said he'd noticed the man had set up a stand with signs in English, and Arabic and had been mumbling something that seemed my prior. The refusal to vaccinate has been listed by the world. Health Organization is one of the ten threats to global health is has vaccination currently prevents two to three million deaths. A year campaigns to oppose vaccination is still widely shared on social media and have gained momentum in recent years. Now, judging Canada has confirmed that an anti vaccination couple will be retried over the death of their son. That case has been a flashpoint in the debate over the movement as the newsroom's Peter Goffin reports nineteen month old Ezekiel Stephan died of meningitis in two thousand twelve his parents part of the anti vaccination movement refused to take him to hospital until he could no longer breathe choosing. Instead to treat him with natural remedies. David and call it. Stephan were convicted in two thousand sixteen of the crime of failing to provide the necessaries of life. Then last year the supreme court of Canada overturned, their conviction ruling the trial judge had made errors when instructing the jury. This. However. Is not the end of the legal process for the Stephens. They are due back in court to be retried in June and on Friday, a judge in the city of Calgary rejected their request to be awarded the equivalent of three million US dollars for past and future legal costs. But it seems the Stephens attitude towards modern medicine will not be so easily dismissed in spite of their son's death. They have remained vocal anti vaccination advocates arguing for a parent's. Right. Not to take their child to the doctor when they're sick. That was quick reminder of our main world news at the moment. A leaking oil pipeline has exploded in central Mexico, killing at least twenty people. I'm Jackie Leonard. You've been listening to the newsroom from the BBC won't service in London..
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"In Thailand to avoid being sent back to her family is on her way to Canada where she's been granted asylum. Could she be a catalyst for change in Saudi Arabia? Muhammad Alcon is going to start a revolution. Saudi Arabia, gone social media now and watch the accounts of so many young Saudis, see Ralph you have shown us that we can do. They also will visit the Belgian museum that's a tribute to a very early pioneer of the internet. And with me my guest today. Laurie Gehring US born journalist and head of the climate program at the Thomson. Reuters foundation in London and began show mirada Spanish writer and journalist here on weekend. After the latest world news. Hello. This is the BBC news. If you own a McDonald's, the continuing government shutdown in the United States has now become the longest in US history lasting twenty two days. So far, President Trump is refusing to sign budget measures to reopen parts of the government because Democrats in congress wounds include funding for the wall, he promised on the border with Mexico. Here's our Washington. Correspondent David Willis, hundreds of thousands of government workers have now missed out on what should have been their first paycheck of the year and with airport screening staff air, traffic, controllers and FBI officers among those who are affected union officials are warning that public safety could be compromised if the shutdown drags on despite calls by the president for Democrats to negotiate no further talks between the two sides are planned. A prominent US congresswoman Gabbard has announced that she plans to be a candidate for the twenty twenty presidential election. Action MS Gabbara, who's thirty seven is a democrat from Hawaii the electoral commission in the Democratic Republic of Congo says political groups supporting the outgoing President Joseph Kabila of security majority in the national assembly on Thursday, the commission announced that the opposition candidate Felix Tshisekedi won the presidential election, which was disputed by the country's influential Roman Catholic church and Martin who's declared the runner up. More details from guys Khameini in Kinshasa. One more than half, the national assembly seats, and that simply means that the new president will have to work with them to collaborate with them in the four his presidency to be successful one. It means that he must have a prime minister from the outgoing regime. He must also have to go through them before having any of his plans or projects validated by the national assembly. A British cabinet ministers warned that there could be a surge in far far-right extremism in the UK. If Brexit is blocked, Chris green transport secretary told the Daily Mail newspaper that if Britain's departure is prevented the seventeen million people who voted for Brexit will feel cheated Mr. grilling endorses, the prime minister's withdrawal deal Christmas and reports Chris growling is not suggesting there would be riots. If Brexit is weekend or reversed, but he is blunt about what he fears would be the consequences. People should not underestimate this. He says we would see a different tone in our politics are less tolerant society, a more nationalistic nation. He then odds if MP's represent seats that voted seventy percent to leave say sorry guys were still going to have freedom of movement. They will turn against the political mainstream world news from the BBC an influential Sudanese imam has had to flee. Mosque in the capital Khartoum after worshippers confronted him for refusing to lead protests against the embattled President, Robert Scheer in a video shared on social media. A man can be seen heckling imam Abdul Hai Yusuf who is often often backs. The government crowds of worshippers then start chanting for the downfall of the regime. South Africa's governing party the African National Congress were markets hundred seven thousand anniversary later today by launching an election manifesto in a packed stadium. The event in the city of Durban will kick start the country's election season nam semi Sekou reports the country marks twenty five years since the first democratic elections, but it's a very different state of affairs. The government has been embroiled in corruption allegations and patronage politics, the party's new leader Cyril Ramaphosa has promised a clean up and to be tough on corruption. But so did his pretty says for. President Ramaphosa will be hoping to show. He has a grip on the internal strife within the governing. Party. The Brazilian president Shahir Bolsonaro has called for a change in the law to do with violence in the northeastern state of Sierra which is entering its eleventh consecutive day. Mr. Bolsonaro says police officers and soldiers who kill while on duty must be granted immunity from prosecution in the latest incident a criminal gang used explosives to try to knock down a bridge in the state capital. The head of Nissan's operations in China. Juicy Munoz has resigned as a company widens its investigations into alleged misconduct by the firms OSA chairman Carlos Schoon, Mr. yours was an ally of Mr. goon and an influential strategist for the car maker. He said he chose to step down immediately. And that Nissan was involved in matters that will continue to divert, its focus. It's six minutes past.