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US News Qatar: female plane passengers underwent body examinations after the abandonment of a baby

07:15  26 october  2020
07:15  26 october  2020 Source:   lepoint.fr

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The Australian Government expresses "serious concerns" with Qatar after several passengers on board The baby is safe and receiving medical care. It is alleged they detained and forced women on a "The Australian Government is deeply concerned at the unacceptable treatment of some female

The incident in which Australian women were invasively searched following the discover of a newborn baby in a Qatari airport is reported to the Australian Federal Police. "Then some security people came on board and were looking whether passengers had been hiding on the plane .

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The facts occurred earlier this month. According to press information confirmed by the Agence France-Presse on Sunday, October 25, female passengers forcibly underwent extensive body examinations after the discovery of a premature newborn abandoned in the toilets at Doha airport, the Qatari capital. The airport simply said that women had been asked to "participate" in requests to locate the mother of the baby, who is still alive, according to a statement.

These women, whose number was not specified, were disembarked from planes and taken to ambulances where they underwent examinations to find out whether they had recently given birth. "(Officials) forced women to undergo body examinations mainly forced Papanicolaou tests (smears, editor's note)," a source in Doha told Agence France-Presse on Sunday who was informed of an internal investigation about the incident.

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Australian officials awaits ‘detailed and transparent information’ from Qatari authorities after incident at Hamad International Airport earlier this month. Officials at Hamad International Airport in Doha are said to have subjected the passengers to an internal examination after a premature newborn baby

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

An investigation underway

Doha International Airport reported that "medical staff expressed concerns to airport officials about the health and well-being of a mother who had just given birth and asked for locate her before she leaves ”. "Individuals who had access to the area of ​​the airport where the newborn was found were invited to participate in the search," continued the airport authorities without specifying what had been asked of the women questioned, nor their number.

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The facts, reported by Australian television Seven News, occurred on October 2 and were revealed by Australian passengers. Due to the incident, one of the flights, the Qatar Airways QR908 to Sydney, was four hours late, according to the monitoring site Flight Radar 24. Women from other countries and other flights underwent similar examinations. An investigation is underway at the Qatar , according to Seven News. "Serious concerns"

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Australian women are strip searched and have their genitals 'invasively examined ' at Doha Airport after the body of a premature baby was found in the They were told to remove their underwear and their genitals were examined . The federal government has registered a complaint with Qatari authorities.

Doha airport called on Sunday for the baby's mother to come forward, suggesting that the exams had served no purpose. "The newborn remains unidentified, but it is in good health in the hands of medical and social workers," the airport said, calling on anyone with information about the mother to share it.

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The Australian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade told Seven News to have "officially communicated to the authorities" of Qatar of its "serious concerns about the incident". He added that he had "received assurances that detailed and transparent information on the event would soon be provided" by Qatar. Qatar practices Islamic law which severely punishes women who become pregnant outside marriage. Asked Sunday, the company Qatar Airways did not comment. The Covid-19 pandemic has forced Qatar Airways to reduce the frequency and number of its flights.

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