ah, ah, the protesters storm the bbc's old headquarters in london, the spider corporation having moved its base from there almost a decade ago. the demonstrators are angered now the plum vaccination of children on the broadcasters rule, they say, in promoting it. coming up this news our, the life of an alleged us intelligence officer implicated in the death of british motorcyclist. hurry, done faces, blame. sheep may have been on her phone on distracted when her car flowed into him . we hear from the families adviser about the new developments in the u. s. government are trying to shut inquiry down the other side or be evasive,
inconsistent about producing the phone records and incentive from themselves. today mark 60 years since the u. s. first use agent orange in the herbicide, which was proven to called furious health issues among both local down the american soldiers. a veteran tells us it's time. washington made them and we really need people to sit down and take a look and say, hey, where's is going to do not only to the civilians populations not only for the army but also to our own search. ah, just after mid day, q 8 in sophia. here in moscow this tuesday, the 10th of august, i'm una lee. hello and welcome to the program. and the vaccination protesters in london. flushed with police while trying to storm the old headquarters of the b b.
c. the broadcaster moved the vast majority of its operations from the building. 8 years ago. the demonstrators are furious about government plans to start inoculating teenagers and the b b. c rule. they allege in promoting it the last week the government denies cobra vaccines would be offered to all 16 and 17 year olds without. busy needing parental consent, it's believe the national health service will soon be instructed to start giving the 1st doses to about $1400000.00 teenagers. something that government sees is necessary in the face of a highly contagious delta strain. meanwhile, the pfizer job has also been authorized for children, age 12 and above,
but the decision of whether to rule it out to the younger age group has not yet been taken. rti shantia edwards dusty reports from the facts in protest is all on a mission today. they're taking the streets of london going from one media outlet to another job like the b, b, c. they were met with about even trying to push out the entrance. so really days protests really started in if i hadn't got this mission in their mind at that point, but they decided to take to, to be the thing to do to try and say, oh immolation. because they like the people basically they, they've been famed into our tv to me for the last 15 mom. pain like one lies about everything about it was
a hiding pete vote in the baby. think journalism is price on audio story and voices are not heard. so we're out here to do today, the paid off of the government to put the house on the baby seat. i was upgraded security protocols in the wake of freedom, many people, all they all had to walk out and that place so really trying to come out in full day. they all due to be totally ridiculous. why we know that the back road out program is not going to see the make . so without infringement of freedom and of course civil liberties as well. so today is all about what was to come in the future. well, police later said some of the demonstrators made it to the bbc current head quarters. but then left a number of hours after about at the broadcaster itself hasn't said anything.
there's been a new development in the case of british teenager hurry done. he was killed 2 years ago in the u. k. in a road accident involving the wife of an alleged u. s. intelligence officer. the done families, lawyers say, for coolness may have been on her phone when her car plowed into harvey's motorcycle, the, the relevant phone data has since disappeared. the american has been a vase of but whether she was all a call or not at the time of the collision, a spokesperson for the don family says they just want accountability. we've been trying to get to the bottom of the phone issue in the us civil case for the last 3 months. and as our lawyers have put it, the other side are be evasive and inconsistent. about producing the phone records and the phone themselves for u. s. government are trying to shut doc inquiry down the civil case and the united
states may represent b only chance that this family will get a justice. it's never been about money. they want accountability there and they want to get to the truth in terms of the criminal sense. our position has always. ready been you don't get to kill somebody or walk away. our request to mrs are true . this in the united states government is that she simply. ready presents herself to the united kingdom justice system and goes through the process. the parents are pursuing every single avenue justice open to them 6 or less. so it's claimed is the life of a cia officer was driving on the wrong side of the road when the crush occurred. she was charged with causing death by dangerous driving in the u. k. although she's never denied her guilt, she fled back to the u. s. claiming diplomatic immunity, an extradition request by the u. k, was denied. well, in july the u. k. prime minister raised the issue in the meeting with joe biden, the latter expressed sympathy to the family and said the 2 countries were working
together on the case. later this month hurried those parents will come face to face with mister coolest. for the 1st time in a court house, in virginia of a civil claim they filed is heard the done from the spokesperson again. so you progress is being made thanks to continued media coverage. we count many americans amongst us as our friends. we've supported these people for decades and diminished . one of their employees killed harry lar reaction was to not stop and think about this family and the consequences that they faced. but they thought about themselves, they recalled her, and the catastrophic miscalculation that they made was that nobody would find out about it. and thanks to your good sales to your colleagues in the media, thank goodness you all came to this family support. this issue is never going to go away until the united states government realizes that there is
a broken hearted bereft family here who need help and needs support. we've reached out and all the rest to them numerous times continually get slapped in the face. ready for doing so, they're entitled to accountability and they want justice both in the criminal sense and the civil sense. today mark 60 years since the 1st use of ancient orange by the u. s. military in vietnam. the highly toxic herbicides and the fully and cause this suffering of hundreds of thousands of vietnamese people who have been left with lasting effects from the indiscriminate use of the chemical . a warning he may find the following. images disturbing. the
address about 5000000 people. vietnam who has incurable chronic diseases due to agent orange. they complete normal life, a fine job. the i was a simple soldier in the bomb squad. my task was to clear past and demolish things. area was poisoned, we didn't know it, but then we just went on with our lives. we only realized when we started having children that go along the game and also when they haven't shown up as a warrant, they realized what orange pe needs to tell me. when i hear from those now the parents were shocked and pricing, that part of the family immediately douglas,
the well former american soldiers also still struggling with their injuries from exposure to agent orange, retired u. s. navy commander and lord john well spoke to us about the consequences of the chemical on the attempt. so the veterans who actually claim some sort of compensation significant portion we would say, currently we're looking at about 110000 claims have been filed. some of those are the same person, multiple plans for the same person, but it's probable that we're, i would say 706070 percent of those folks had some problems. today there was cases what they call the ring per besides. and it was use primarily for d, for the ation age and orange was so name because there is an orange stripe around
the center of the barrel. of the things like agent blue, a blue stripe agent paying thanks tribe and so on, so forth. as far as we know, edge and orange was the worst that some of the others herbicides had the same chemical component. the grow chemical giant monsanto is one of the companies under fire. it was a major supplier of agent orange to the u. s. during the vietnam were despite facing a barrage of legal claims, both it's on dates per company, buyer maintain. they cannot be held responsible for how the military use the product. john wells, again believes more should have been don't to prevent the tragedy. i think primarily the v a system is over bureaucratic and they have difficulty processing. i'm not even now, you know, we've had 2 and a half years since that court decision. they've only processed about 60 percent of
the claims that are in file. we really need people to sit down and take a look at it and say, hey, what is this going to do? not only to the civilians populations not only to the army, but also to our own troops. if the world or united states had learned a lesson, and i certainly hope they do because, you know, we wind up spending a lot of time causing a lot more pain and we have to out there, or is it easy? it's never easy. but it's, you know, we should do everything we can to minimize the effect on. we all really on everybody. a familiar scene, this summer relentless devastation being wrought by wild fires is continuing and greece drone footage here shows really how above the situation in the region actually is almost 60000 hectares. have been reduced to the rapidly spreading fires
of forest locals to flee to safety. 1000. something evacuated with elderly residents carried onto furries. officials say more help is desperately needed to fight the flames. the e u has mobilized one of its biggest emergency task forces, while greek authorities say the risk of further fired for means high in many regions, including in the capital athens. one local told us just how dire things are we've been in this situation for 6 days. the far from the nearby village is moving directly toward here. the fight is being fanned by the wind. you see the village here from one side to the other. it's being fund, we hear this time with 3 fire fighting vehicles. and this little one that can't do anything. we're trying to contain the fire. if the fire passes across, everything here will be at risk. humans are animal of our forest, everything will burn. we will die here. we have no way to go with
britain's defense secretary has criticized washington's agreement with the telephone on the polite of us forces that is despite the u. k, itself, withdrawing its troops from the region. the dispute a deal was truck last year. names to keep the terrorist group such as al qaeda out of the country. now that seems london has its issues with the pact. the deal was a rotten deal. it is flawed. it saddens me that's a deal picked apart a lot of what had been achieved, and if the dentist on over 20 years will probably be back in 10 or 20 years an extraordinary front. so i didn't deal basically to pull out on conditioning. i'm in the very name of the agreement signed in february 2020 was design. talk about an agreement between the islamic member to the kindest on which is not recognized by the united states and is known as taliban. i mean, that's an extraordinary thing. negotiated with the group that richard says he doesn't recognize richard indigenous called terrorist organization. nothing was
granted demanded of taliban, except to see saw not to attack us troops as they withdraw. and the u. s. also agreed to release 5000 taliban prisoners unilaterally. well, as nato forces started to paula, the tell a band has moved to fill the void, as you can see in our news was here at the terrorist group, no controls, most of the country with the latest flare in fighting happening here in the north, into this region that is where the militants have seized a 6th provincial capital in less than a week. not many experts warn that the taliban may soon recapture the whole country with africa, military forces seemingly powerless to hold back the advance. but over the course of 20 years, the war in afghanistan has left 47000 civilians dead while almost 3000 soldiers from the u. s. and u. k. alone have lost their lives fighting. they're expensive too. for american taxpayers,
the war has cost an estimated $1.00 trillion dollars plus and for the u. k. that number is 40000000000 pilots, professor of international political science. i'm a lender, mr. i believe the true, polite was premature. the visa recommend are broken up. members that perhaps will pull out was be made. you're, you're not, your states didn't think so as to what is going to happen in the event of the crews will out the way you see them sort of taking over regular on up to down city, up to city. and on the latest tri, county had for capital fallen to the horses. so just a matter of time before they call except perhaps goblin from a nearby 8 years. the, all of these are pretty much imminent situation will continue closely follow still ahead on our t. despite the political tensions and hostilities between the 2. russia has become
the 2nd biggest oil supplier to the united states, to what's driving america to do deals with its main opponents. we reveal more after that i joined me every 1st day on the alex summon show and i'll be speaking to guess in the world. the politics, sport, business, and show business. i'll see you then in ah, with me.
breaking down developments for us kill up open been about a year since that contested election in bella roofs. and at this point, we have the biden administration for laughing new sanctions on the country. the new sanctions will hit air travel fertilizer as well as the financial sector of bela ruth. now washington accuse is del route. so having rigged the previous election despite bella reese's claim, that simply doesn't add up, that the leadership beller is, is very popular, and the results seem to be legitimate. and what's interesting is that when imposing these sanctions, we now have biden's saying that somehow the small country, bella cruise is a threat to the united states. this is what was said, who listed in the breast of activities such as the elimination of political opposition and civil society organizations, and the rates in disruption and endangering up international civil air travel constitute an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign
policy will be united states now, bella cruises thousands and thousands of miles away from the united states, but it is very close to russia. and russia and bella roost are on the brink of becoming full blown allies. the relations between the countries seem to be moving in that direction. now we have a situation where the u. s. has accused lucas shank of violently quelling protests that happened after last year's contested election. now bell ruse has come forward and said this was a coup attempt. this was an attempt to overthrow the government by violence. they were protesters who were violently attacking police officers. it was necessary to take action to stabilize the country. we also have the united states raising the issue of air travel on the fact that there was a plane that was brought down and according to bela loses authorities, this was done because of a very credible threat of a bomb. now we have also the bel ruth olympic committee that has been called out by
the united states. they've called out the bell roost elliptic committee involving there was a track and field athlete some controversy. but repeatedly the athlete who is at the center of that controversy has said their gripes are not political, but related to athletics. the athlete is upset about decisions that was made by their coach. so regardless, we now at this point, understand that back in july, the leader of bella bruce's opposition met with joe biden and presented the u. s. president with a list of potential targets for sanctions. now those sanctions have been handed down. now earlier today, sanctions were imposed by london as well. and we had quite a reaction from the bell. russian leader, alexander lucas, shank, britain. good. god, go check on those sanctions, profiles and years. we haven't known britain and we don't really want to your america's yes men. now a number of countries around the world are the target of us sanctions. obama
administration escalated these sanctions on a number of countries. new sanctions were imposed under donald trump as well. and it seems like the bye didn't ministration has now come forward and more sanctions are being imposed on della ruth. while the usa continues to demonize, the leader of bella, ruth alexander lucas shank. of another story to bring you today. america is proving to have a growing appetite for russian oil. its 2nd lead to canada when it comes to supplies of the fuel to the u. s. imports of crude on refine petroleum products from russia grew 23 percent in may. i'm wanting to more than 800000 barrels per day. mexico is 3rd after canada and russia, although it accounts for less than 3 percent of us in ports. so america has been buying more russian oil despite tensions with moscow in the energy sector. indeed, washington regards. russia is huge. north stream to gas pipeline project threats to european energy security. in july,
germany in the us reach the deal under which berlin will take action of moscow. try to use the pipeline to apply political pressure or commit aggressive acts against ukraine due to what it only has almost completed microsoft is now what i found, if we got to ultimately it's in contradiction to the use own energy security goals. i'm sure i'll have an opportunity to reiterate that, including the long united states, which requires us to sanction companies participating in the efforts to complete the pipeline. political commentator alessandra bruno believes the u. s. is dependent on countries with which it has deep political attentions. washington may dislike all those things, but i think it dislikes high gasoline prices even more and right now,
thanks to russia's strategic position, pricing position, because russia is not a member of opec. it's independent so it can choose its own range of price within various agreements. it has the most competitive pricing, a lot of titanium, which is used in making aircraft parts and which means defense equipment comes from russia as well. not to mention the fact that critical materials like railroads mostly come from china. so in terms of resources, the united states is highly dependent on countries with which it has deep political tensions. and of course, it is a situation of its own making because by applying sanctions left right and center, it's forced to sometimes contradict itself. delving beyond the business headlines
next. that boom bus team take over our screens in moments cast the squad after the break. bye from 0. one of the worst ever mass shootings in america was in las vegas in 2017. the tragedy a close a little of the real last vegas, where many say elected officials are controlled by christina learners. the vegas shooting revealed what the l v m p d really is. and now it's part of the stand machine. to the american public barely remembers that it happens. that just shows you the power of money in las vegas. the powerful showed that true colors when the pandemic had the most contagious
contagion that we've seen in decades. and then you have a mayor who doesn't care to care on goodman, offering the lives of the biggest residents to be the control group. to the shiny facade, conceal a deep indifference to the people vice gonna say that they would take an action. absolutely, keep the registering and keep the slot machines doing. this is a money machine is a huge cash register that is ran by people who don't care about people's lives being lost. nobody to deal with a 6 day marathon, a creativity, a multi cultural festival. and the biggest variety is the competition for a few days per, became a russian cultural capital $28.00 categories. ahh,
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commoners crisis. we can do better, we should be better. everyone is contributing each in their own way. but we also know that this crisis will not go on forever. the challenge is to response has been massive. so many good people are helping us. it makes us feel very proud that we are together in the boom bus one business. so you can't afford to mit branch your board and i'm rachel blevins in washington coming up. oil prices continue to fall. just as opec water starts increases output. we'll take
a look at how the latest drop in demand is having an impact on the industry. what could europe or versus policy allowing travel from us tour? it will bring you a live update from one of the countries requiring a greenhouse for indoor activity. and china's economic recovery has begun to slow down as inflation. emma delta variant take it for later on. we'll go into the data and what it mean for the global supply chain we impact so today puts dive right in . and we leave the program with oil as prices continue to fall monday due to uncertainty surrounding the increase in new cases of the cove in 1900 delta. very both brent crude and west texas intermediate split as much as 4 percent at point throughout the day following last week. losses of more than 7 percent the worst week for oil since october of last year. one major factor taking a toll on the commodity is demand china, the world's largest oil importer and 2nd biggest consumer.