Australia Women on flight from Qatar to Australia reportedly searched on tarmac after human foetus found in Doha airport bathroom

11:15  25 october  2020
11:15  25 october  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

'Invasive exams' of women after airport finds baby

  'Invasive exams' of women after airport finds baby Thirteen Australians were reportedly among those inspected after a newborn was found in Doha, Qatar.The examinations reportedly happened after staff at Hamad International Airport discovered a prematurely born baby in a bathroom.

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Foetus discovered in toilet of a plane at terminal 4 of Madrid's Barajas' Airport . Police made the gruesome find in the aircraft at Barajas' Airport Terminal 4 after it touched down in the Spanish The police force are understood to have questioned the flight crew, who have insisted they have no idea

The Australian Government has registered "serious concerns" with Qatar after women on board a flight from Doha to Sydney were subjected to an invasive internal examination.

Seven News reports that airline staff at Hamad International Airport in Doha discovered a human foetus in a terminal bathroom earlier this month.

Airline staff then reportedly took matters into their own hands.

Women on board a flight that was bound for Sydney, including 13 Australians, were detained and forced to undergo an examination in an ambulance parked on the tarmac.

According to the report, the women had their genitals invasively examined without consent and were not told why.

The Australian Government says it is aware of what it has described as "concerning reports".

A spokesman for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said it had raised the incident with Qatar.

"We have formally registered our serious concerns regarding the incident with Qatari authorities and have been assured that detailed and transparent information on the event will be provided soon," he said.

Qatar's Prime Minister offers 'sincere apology' over airport examination in conversation with Foreign Minister Marise Payne .
Marise Payne says those involved in the invasive physical examinations of Australian female airline passengers have been identified by Qatar authorities.Ms Payne also welcomed the announcement Qatar's public prosecutors were investigating the incident at Hamad International Airport (HIA) on October 2.

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