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World 'Invasive exams' of women after airport finds baby

14:51  25 october  2020
14:51  25 october  2020 Source:   bbc.com

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The examinations reportedly happened after staff at Hamad International Airport discovered a prematurely born baby in a bathroom. There are mixed reports as to whether the baby was alive or deceased. Thirteen Australians were among those said to have been examined. They were taken to

Find your bookmarks in your Independent Premium section, under my profile. Kuala Lumpur-bound Saudia flight SV832 set off from Jeddah, but the pilot requested to turn back after a passenger told crew she had forgotten her baby in the boarding area of the terminal.

Australia has raised "serious concerns" with Qatar after women were reportedly subjected to invasive internal exams as they tried to board a flight from Doha to Sydney.

a large passenger jet flying through a cloudy blue sky: The incident happened before the women boarded a Qatar Airways flight. File image © Reuters The incident happened before the women boarded a Qatar Airways flight. File image

The examinations reportedly happened after staff at Hamad International Airport discovered a prematurely born baby in a bathroom.

There are mixed reports as to whether the baby was alive or deceased.

Thirteen Australians were among those said to have been examined.

They were taken to an ambulance on the tarmac and told to remove their underwear before being examined, Channel Seven reported.

The women were not told why they were being examined before boarding the Qatar Airways flight on 2 October.

The Australian government has raised the incident with Qatari authorities.

"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," a spokesman for the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade told local media.

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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