yes the world of politics sports business i'm sure both of those i'll see you there . after mass protests over france's new security bill the u.n. experts warn it's incompatible with international human rights and call on paris to reconsider. that call and is a burden on france and france are going through a very dangerous period actually mccrone out paris and korea ties hits rock bottom as turkey's president tells france to dump its quote burden some presidents. leave the country used to britain tell t.g. born veterans who fought for the union john mccain iraq and afghanistan to get out of the top is the heart rending moment that the young children of one of the soldiers find out. all of this mania and mysterious metallic
structures pop up across the globe social media have a field day conspiring over where they come from. a very good morning to you from our team here in moscow you're watching r.t. international with minichiello. and an extremely rare criticism of his police force the french president's admittedly racism on violence among officers it comes after his government was forced to rewrite a hugely controversial security bill has sparked mass rallies with protestors claiming it put police rights above those of the population and a monument wrong now admits law enforcement are not beyond blame. yes live you know as an associate the there is violence in society there is racism in society in france today this is a franked therefore as
a police reflects society some members of the police force display violent behavior we must go after and punish. the bill that would have blocked the public from certain filming of offices but you are like spokes join french protesters in flamming the move pointing out that such footage has helped control police brutality so it depends key reports. it's one of the most contentious laws that france has proposed and the term of president not gone and now it seems it's about to become even more controversial the global security law has been pulled apart by a group of independent u.n. experts who have run did it incompatible with international human rights legislation and while they welcome the fact the parliamentarian say that they will rewrite article $24.00 which would criminalize the publication of images of the police if there is intent to home the experts say that that doesn't go far enough.
simply rewriting article $24.00 will not solve its flaws and the provision is certainly not the only one that infringes on fundamental human rights images of police abuse captured by the public play a vital role in oversight of public institutions which is fundamental to the rule of law approval over the law over a week ago spoke to huge fieri tens of thousands took to the streets in cities across the country journalists groups n.g.o.s and the e.u. all raised concerns about article 24 in the same week shocking new video has emerged of new acts of police violence during sure focus on the draft bill. but these are un special rapporteur whose job it is to report to the human
rights council say that their concern goes deeper than just article $24.00 true surveillance has been problematic here in france at the start of the curve 19 pandemic trains were being used by security forces to keep an eye on the public but they knew since she was shot down by france's highest administrative court the current state it was deemed that there was no proper legal basis for their deployment. among many other provisions in the bill that could limit human rights article $22.00 permitting use of drone surveillance in the name of security and counterterrorism would permit widespread surveillance in particular of demonstrators article $22.00 was supposed to change that and give the french authorities the right to use drones to monitor citizens and while perhaps it has flown under the radar as they spilled out over publishing police images it wasn't missed by those u.n. experts this has serious implications for the right to privacy freedom of peaceful
assembly and freedom of expression in the country as well as in any other country that might be inspired by this legislation these un experts have now called to the whole global security bill to be revised comprehensively piling even more pressure on the present law court and his ruling party as the anger towards the bill continues here in france so much of an ati paris. micron is at burrton half a shockingly undiplomatic language from turkey's president on co who called on the french to remove their president from office a new low in relations comes amid friction on the karabakh war and force has cracked down on its muslim population. macron is a burden on france and france are going through a very dangerous period actually my hope is that france gets rid of this mccraw in trouble as soon as possible well the spat between the turkish president at the one
in france has been deepening for some time now you will remember that last week the french senate adopted a non binding resolution in which they officially recognize the independence of nagorno karabakh and they called for as a big shiny forces to need to leave the wall from territories that had been captured in the disputed territory from september the 27th they're also calling for an international investigation into war crimes and at the same time prohibited weapons and senators also recommended that the french government look into the role that anchor has played and has called for decisive action against turkey now it's it all of this while at the same time saying that france's foreign policy has not changed but of course this angered azerbaijan's closest ally turkey. because this you know maybe even as a budget any president to leave some advice for the french what did he say if they love the armenian so much they should give more suits of the media was making the
same recommendation if they love them so much give them are sick the french president also caused outrage last month in the muslim world when he defended the right to publish cartoons of prophet mohammed. his criticism of political islam comes in the wake of the killing of a french teacher samuel patty that angered at the one end of the international leaders not everyone has responded by comparing the treatment of muslims to that of jews before world war 2 and he's also questioned the mental health of the french president at the same time you have a deepening of tensions between a turkey or. and the european union and in recent years we've seen the relations get increasingly right here brussels has repeatedly expressed concern and protested of turkey's exploration of natural gas off the coast of cyprus and greece
reached out to turkey. susman does negative with the continuation of you know where true acts and horse rhetoric have the debate of the european summit under some of the term and we're ready to use the means to tell disposal turkey must stop its provocations and its hostile rhetoric and as we heard there the european union summit on the 10th of us month and e.u. member states potentially discussing retaliated measures that they can take against and. for president. asking for the move all of. it's a nonsense because we still have a mandate of 2 years to go but what micron is trying to do is his trying to fight against radical islam and. the french prison macron has has been criticized by other. political opponents because they say that macron was too soft.
radical islam or the muslim population 'd i can tell you and they can show you that prison micron is not. islam is not a muslim he's just a radical islam and he wants to control radical islam prison michael went on few t.v. in order to explain to this population what freedom of speech is what freedom of satire is that you can make everyone every religion it's not the world religion in particular but every religion and this is part of the freedom of speech our friends . the tramp administrations around anti china measures to close 5 cultural exchange programs in the u.s. accusing them of being a propaganda tool and secretary of state my pompei are now with fresh visa restrictions on chinese citizens. today i announce to be's of restrictions on united front work department officials who've been gauged to malign activities to
co-opt and coerce those who oppose beijing's policies we call on the p.r.c. to end its use of coercion to suppress freedom of expression pompei allege that the beijing control group called united front was working internationally to quote believe those who raise human rights issues in china it comes out of the u.s. limited visa status for chinese communist party members and their families in the u.s. to just one month it comes as the u.s. director of national security branded china as america's greatest threat john cliff claimed beijing plans to dominate the u.s. on the world technologically economically and militarily but a chinese foreign ministry a foreign ministry spokesperson says he has different motives for his attack the us practices of integrated military and civilian development dates back to before world war one the us groundless accusations against china are typical double standards its true purpose is to create excuses to justify
a high tech market against china and this will eventually damage the interests of china the u.s. and the whole world victor gao of the china national association of international studies says the trumpet ministrations attacks on beijing are misguided. recent to 2 to rishon in china u.s. relations is very much caused by the poisoning by president trump and his followers in the us administration if you listen to what president trump and his government have been saying how much do you really give credit as to what they say how much true there is it whatever they are at 30 i think there is not a lot of policy toward a lot of misrepresentation of distortion because they are afraid of the larger china but the rise of china is a megatrend that you cannot stop child who will be large and then the united states but a larger china doesn't make china and enemy of the united states why should we minimize
exchanges of ideas people goods services between china and the united states that your largest economies in the world's any minimization of this church the americans as much as the heart the chinese people president by that will be a better president for them president trump i hope he and his government will realize that china and the united states are not enemies against each other. u.k. army veterans who risked their lives serving in iraq and afghanistan have lost a legal battle to stay in britain the high court rejected appeals from aids feed people and soldiers in the 5th thing they were in the country illegally do to bear a critic arris on t.v. so ali cut to the heartbreaking moment a decision was broken to the 4 young girls of one of the soldiers. the judge said that he wasn't concerned with any misadministration on the part of the government and only eat galatea and that he didn't see how the government had behaved in an illegal manner but. to
a minute she's the wife of one of the soldiers at to are to say she brought me to stoke on trent to see the moment when she breaks the news of that ruling to the daughters of some of those soldiers to hit home exactly how devastating that news has been to these young girls. so you know that we were going to be going to court to ask the judge if our case could be heard at the high court ok so we were all there on tuesday at your dad's house and sadly the judge has said that our case cannot be heard in court. ok. and i'm sorry about that. we you know we've tried our best to. do ask the judge to look at your cases sympathetically and also for the men right
and. that doesn't mean that it's the end. we'll sort you out. but we'll just have to wait to be here. because i know it's really interesting her name so terry and lily it's a right to calcutta of the 3 daughters of tate to see who's facing the potential of 850000 pound medical bill because he hasn't got legal status in the u.k. grayson kelly is a 20 under seats his daughter despite what is clearly a major setback the goals remain committed to their cause i hate that it takes away this decision is now i didn't realise that what he's doing is actually affecting our niece the government maintain that they've acted properly and that they continue to work with veterans in order to understand how best to apply the home office and ministry of defense work closely or with our foreign and commonwealth
recruits to make sure they are aware of how they and their families can attain settlements in the u.k. and the costs involved the seats i had wanted us to come and see as she broke the news to those girls to hit home the impact that this is going to have on those men's family she stated that the judge at the high court didn't take into account the impact that it would have on the families and that she said that rather than focusing on the legalities there's a moral imperative particularly on the government to allow those men to remain east audi r g u k and stoke on trent. conspiracy theorists have gone to town over strange metal objects known as monoliths that have appeared in various and often remote parts of the planet does some digging to find out what this all means if you're an aid and thinking of popping down to earth for a visit don't. write. that
more or less might have met its biblical end but the monoliths mysteries continued to seize the imagination of conspiracists world wide 10 feet tall 3 sided metal structures apparent as quickly as they vanish into the night fast in the utah desert then poof gone well ok ok not quite. oh yeah it's wild down here at the moment if the bible belters don't get you the tree huggers well but then something eerie similar rocked up 9000 clung to the way in a small village in romania then poof gone now and ready to go poof before finally crossing back across the atlantic to california was just to remind us the most unholy and. the 1st why did they come from is it a prank is that all who put them out why is this happening no one knows except
random people on twitter all. are going. good. and just like the simpsons foretold the trump presidency an ebola outbreak and faulty voting machines but of a small topic in the white house the moment but that's a conspiracy for another day was space odyssey stanley cook brick in the no ill effects of a load on all sides of the old one form of the lever either for the area. in space odyssey the more or less were left by aliens to guide us from one stage of evolution to the next but this time let me be the guy
e.t. if the monolith was you and your testing the waters postpone your flight 2020 is not the year to take a risk trust me just stay away. do as i say not as i do that seems to be the most so of some u.s. lawmakers when they dole out lock down rules that explain all after the break. those and the community are extremely positive about the future because big clients solves a lot of problems that we face because of money because of central banks even the nation state itself as a unit of governance has kind of outgrown its useful. the
coated job passes daily new infections have shown a rise in september exceeding 28000 new cases a day let's go live to our correspondent maria financial now he's near a vaccination center at the moment but really good to see you out what more do we know. there's heiney he will be behind me is one of 70 mosco clinics where specialized fully equipped vaccination centers opened on saturday they will work from 8 am till 8 pm every day expecting to vaccinate hundreds of people daily earlier we heard from russia's president vladimir putin that. the country had already produced 2000000 doses of the drug and e's ready for mass vaccination and to be honest russia needs it just as well as the entire world because the run of virus cases grows and call that 19 related deaths can continue to remain on a very high level well the vaccination is on a voluntary basis but not everybody can get an injection here is deputy mayor about
who will be the 1st to get sputnik be. bitter which it could have and that's not simple shooting risk groups have priority 1st tries to vaccination workers such as doctors and teachers who deal with a large number of people who are also nursing staff administrative as cleaners and other burkas in social institutions as they also trace. candidates also required to be in a good health condition of course aged 18 to 60 earlier mayor is sad that half or more school residents already mune to coronavirus 20000 of them got a sputnik the injection as clinical trials volunteers phase 3 of it still goes on but early injury results showed that sputnik the vaccine is over 95 percent effective $42.00 days after the 1st shot and it would be fair to mention
that u.s. based foreign giant spies are and were there not just recently also announced about similar efficacy of their of vaccines but russia is certainly the 1st to start mass vaccination now variant we know that you took part of the final stage of the vaccine trials can you tell us about your experience. yes sure yes i am one of thousands of volunteers taking part in phase 3 of the clinical trials of sputnik it is what is known as double blind placebo trials when only 25 percent 75 percent of the produce. bins get real drug and 25 percent of them get placebo and neither doctor is no participant supposed to know who is getting toward but i was too impatient and i made a blood test. first of all i have to tell you that i got the 1st shot in mid september and the 2nd 121 days later and couple of days after the 2nd charge i got a blood test that showed me that my body started producing antibodies g.
and neither blood test i made just a couple of weeks ago showed that their number is growing and of course i'm very happy with that there were some side effects after the 1st shot and the 2nd shot but they faded away and it's nothing compared to the benefits i now have you know protected from coronavirus of course well that's good to hear that sounds a corresponding weren't real financial i thank you. max a nation aims to ease pressure on hospitals across russian cities with one worrying incident exposing the problems on time course on ski travel to a region where an elderly covert victim had to spend 12 hours in an unbalance is no clinic would take. russia which was the largest. on the 27th of october a 10 pm 3 ambulances came here to the arms local health department they parked like
this too along the curve and the 3rd drove right up to the entrance for 12 hours they've been driving around the town to hospitalize the sick and every hospital refused. to let me and i'm standing right now in front of the health department there are already 3 ambulances here as you can hear they've switched on their sirens they drove up and stopped right here 123. so there were 3 of us is here yes 32 had patients and they brought oxygen to the 3rd one. because when you drive the same patient around for 12 hours the oxygen tank runs out in 4 hours i will haven't exactly why were they driving in circles for 12 hours i've been speaking to a paramedic he said it works like this they are decoded 19 brigade essentially they answered an ordinary call and then they realize the person has community acquired pneumonia and double pneumonia that person is 17 years old that's the situation. they're going to die right yes they take the patient they take an oxygen tank they
start calling the ambulances and dispatched from the hospital it comes from the ambulance station so they start calling the station saying guys we have a covert patient here 1st of all they don't have p.p. themselves i took pictures uploaded them they only had their usual uniforms on. they weren't ready for anything not at all they only had ordinary masks the disposable ones so she says guys we have a covert patient and they say wait we're looking for salt on the way to we're looking just goes on for 12 hours straight at some point they lost their patience and drove here. we couldn't get to know and saying you where else we decided to ask you directly maybe someone will respond to you who are 100 percent he's hospitalisation. i cannot send her home user for humane or medical reasons there's no where to drive her to because war and given the necessary information who hope to be able to search something here. the covert pandemic set another bleak record
in the us this week with more than 100000 taken to hospital with the virus on thursday alone and those rising public anger at how lawmakers are breaking the very lockdown rules they set for others while putting people in danger. i need to do a much better job of showing folds how to follow the rules i failed. it doesn't matter whether something is technically allowed or not i need to hold myself to a higher standard and i will do better. i regret the throw even though it's violated no would've said the bad example for
which i. well i think it won't work so well here in the united states for those officials will going to have to persuade them actually to participate in mass wearing and not going to large group gatherings persuasion over the long term will work much better i think than punishment i think actually we need to get a whole coalition of people that would call leaders medical leaders only just leaders business people all together saying the same thing and then slowly but surely i think our citizens will comply. before joining us haron i think international response today we're back in 30 minutes with all the latest was saying about.
join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to. politics. i'm sure. i'll see you then. always be polite never engage with the negative a good or confrontational. don't get into any conversation or start answering questions just. to survive and tear a geisha. definitely don't want to. jump on cups. you're more likely to walk free if you're rich.
or if you're poor and. you've got 2 eyes 2 ears and one mouth. so you should be seen in here and a whole lot more than you're saying if you don't take that advice easy going to dig yourself a hole. this is the report you know humanity is looking up actually. this is the thing i like about very poor and decline because as paul tudor jones said he's that hedge fund billionaire and here's the headline to remind you of what he said billionaire hedge fund manager paul tudor jones a bet on bitcoin is
a bet on human ingenue ity so we have to show you know we listen to all sorts of heterodox thinkers who imagine better worlds who imagine things can get better who always you know have faith in humanity that humanity at the end of the day will always rise above the elite and what the elite always want to crush innovation and ingenuity and things like that because they want to solidify their hold on power right so you know which when we look at what has happened in the united states with coded for example in the response kaiser for very early on we spoke to bruce fenton he's a big queen or and what did he say he he was one of the early ists i've known we got prepared because of him in january he was like you got to get prepared for this pandemic is coming you know stock up on this prize and stuff like that he came on to the report.