The Australian government has registered “serious concerns” about Qatar following an invasive internal examination of women on board a Doha-Sydney flight.
- Hamad International Airport employees reportedly found a human fetus in a terminal bath
- They are believed to have arrested women on a flight to Sydney and forced them to undergo an invasive exam on the tarmac
- DFAT says it raised the issue with Qatar
Seven News reports that airline employees at Hamad International Airport in Doha earlier this month discovered a human fetus in a terminal bathroom.
The airline staff reportedly took matters into their own hands.
Women aboard a flight to Sydney, including 13 Australians, were arrested 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 is aware of what it has termed “Reports Concerning”.
A spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade said it raised the Qatar incident.
“We have formally reported our serious concerns about the incident to the Qatari authorities and have been assured that detailed and transparent information about the event will be provided soon,” he said.
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