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this is esther. something's going to happen with and i had on this i, this saturday protest is under way in the austrian capital in reaction to the government declaring a nationwide lockdown starting from monday and also those mandatory vaccinations in the coming months are correspondence of the st. kyle h rate health not guilty. and the u. s. emotional reactions of both sides of the political divide is called written i was found not guilty of homicide and the killing of 2 people at a racial justice protest in the state of wisconsin. one of the f b i as most one said he was accused of taking part in the capitol hill. riots turns up in belarus where he is seeking silent. we had a full story from have
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a new one himself. it was brought to my attention that i might be on that list. and i looked and i peered to be me and it said a sofa federal officer, and i knew that i had not assaulted a federal officer. ah, oh, hello. there you're watching out international at the weekend, kevin o'neill with 30 minutes of our latest for you this saturday in 1st. and as you had protest as have gathered in austria's capital as afternoon after the government's declared, the vaccinations will become mandatory nationwide in the coming months. and starting on monday, of course, the country will go into another full lockdown. let's go to be enter a correspondent, peter, all of his, their reporting back for us this afternoon. pate. when we spoke an hour ago, a lot of people starting to show up. it was noisy to behind you, but crucially no trouble. busy is trouble expected, or is it likely to be a he's flouted in vienna?
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well, it's very peaceful so far. what we have seen is a lot more people turn up since i last spoke to you. we've also seen a lot more police arrive on the scene, including police officers that came over to talk to me and the camera team here and said, could we please make sure that we were wearing the f p, p to mosques, that you can see me wearing right now they went round pretty much everybody and told them they had to put those on. for the most part, everybody agreed. i saw some people pull out pits of paper that i presume and showed that they are exempt from having to wear them. and there are constant announcements going on, warning people that they have to keep these masks on, also that they are being recorded by the police at the moment. and if any crimes are committed, any laws are broken. that the video that is being recorded right now will be used against them fairly peaceful though, as i said, quite a lot more people have showed up wherein to the, the, the many numbers of thousands. now, i would guess, certainly not the, the 100000 that had been suggested on friday for this demonstration, but
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a good chunk of people. this prep, this protest though, had been planned for well over the world quite a good while and quite a few days. it was initially supposed to be against plans that were put in place or came into force on monday of last week. that was the and the lockdown of the on vaccinated as it was being called, it was set to effect 3000000 people were just going to move here and allow the police to, to move through. i said there was a large police presence there still constantly in flux themselves as well. this lockdown of the vaccinated rosetta effect around 3000000 people. essentially, if you didn't have a job ocean prove that you had recovered that, you were tough to stay in your home. you would only be allowed to go out if you were going to get food. you are going to some exercise in your local area. oh, you are going to see medical treatment that all changed on friday. what we saw was a whole now you not, you national look down it coming in to full effects and in fact, not going to be coming in on monday. it is going to last around 10 days. we are
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expecting, however, after those 10 days of expired, it can be reviews and can be extended for a further the 10 days. basically, december, the 13th is well in the yeah, the austrian government is saying that that lockdown will end. so one of the things that's really upset people, particularly those we've spoken to already here at this demonstration, is the other part of that ruling on friday. now that said that from the 1st of sept, 1st of february, i beg your pardon next year, that vaccinations in austria will be mandatory people. not happy about that at all, or i've spoke to here if you would imagine. however, alexander schellenberg, the austrian chancellor, he said his hand was essentially forced by the reluctance of people to come forward to get a vaccine voluntarily blankets. i address politicians for a long time. the political consensus was that we don't want a vaccine mandate in this country, but we'll have to look reality in the eye for a long time. maybe too long me and others thought that it must be possible to convince people in austria to convince them to get vaccinated voluntarily to the
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police. but that's the way it looks here in vienna right now. lots of people, lots of police all very peaceful so far. at least anyway. or i pay keep us posted, appreciate camacho later. now next to overnight, we talked about it earlier in the netherlands, and the 7 people are reported injured after a night of violet clashes in the port city of rotterdam, and made protests against government plans for tougher. coven restrictions there and re crowd sets. police vehicles ablaze and left a trail of destruction on the city streets. in the aftermath of the riot streets were left stained with blood and written with
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shattered glass poles side the touch only narrowly support coven policies given to those fully vaccinated. we've recently recovered from the virus is left politicians re divided to they don't want to be unpopular, but they want to do the best thing in theory and others furious acid at the hospital introduction of a system that would see many people banned from public places. this is big news. protests in the us. off to teenager, coll rittenhouse cleared van of homicide charges. he shot dead 2 men at a racial justice protest. last year in wisconsin, he maintained the killings were in self defense, in reaction to the acquittal rallies in the city of portland, turned violent as a group around $200.00 protest has held objects and police officers and damage nearby buildings. and the implications gauge far as price we the jury find the defendant. kyle: hey, kyle needs rate health not guilty. ah
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ah ah ah ah ah, they're also protests and several other major cities including new york with vehicles were vandalized, a number of participants were detained. similar rallies happening in washington, chicago, but they appeared to remain peaceful. so rittenhouse was cleared of all charges including the attempted murder of a 3rd man. the deadly incident happened during demonstrations triggered by a black man, jacob blake, being injured by white police officer days earlier. as the verdict toreto rittenhouse broke down in tears so far the public response on the streets been passionate, but mostly peaceful artes john hardy, next than outside the canal courthouse, as the verdict was announced. now that the jury is handed down the verdict,
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it's dawn. the trials over written house, not guilty on all accounts. we weren't sure where this was going. we being of course, the media and everybody else. it was day for deliberations. the jury from what we heard was ordered food there was talk about maybe if there was a vernon handed down that possibly the deliberations were going to extend into the weekend next week is thanksgiving. it to a holiday here in the united states. so in an even the chief defender, the main mark, richard, who was written house his lawyer, he said that they were betting that tuesday $430.00 they, they're there more than likely would be a decision whether it was on jury, whether a verdict was handed down. that the jury would wrap up by then, so it was surprising that the verdict did come down today and, you know, and after it was of course, a very dramatic trial. there was a fight and altercation that happened here earlier in the wake. and there been doing protesters as i described, people for right now,
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people against right now. what happens now, however, here on the street, you can shut that remains to be seen. the governor of wisconsin has called up on standby 500 national guard troops to assist local law enforcement in the event of widespread demonstrations or protests. i've been talking to people, residents of consortia, who failed. that's probably not going to happen. that number one, the police, the national guard, are going to put a stop to anything that they're going. they're prepared for any possible escalation and or any fall out from that. but more than likely, it's not going to happen that things are going to remain peaceful. there will be disputes, there will be arguments more than likely has emotions continue throughout the course of the day. and i think most people here that i've been talking to anyway in the city, hope it remains peaceful that their businesses don't burn out there. there isn't a lie. so writing and the violence that this city saw back in august 2020 by
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rest assured this is not the end of the debate having to deal with this case. and it will continue to be debated both in the media, the politics surrounding it, and those who, who support current house and those who are, who are opposed to the, the ruling today. but a stunning turn of events. absolutely dramatic. and it over all trial that that's been dramatic and follow nationally and internationally. here joan, how the reporting they have for us mean ton joe biden waited on the decision of traditionally calling for people to stand by the jury. he later expressed his anger, the verdict. i stand by with the jury, as with jury system worse, you have to abide by while the verdict in kenosha will leave many americans feeling angry and concerned myself included. we must acknowledge that the jury has spoken. also in the statement, biden urged people to express views peacefully and to avoid committing acts of violence and destruction. last year,
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during his presidential campaign button tweeted a video about white supremacists in the u. s, which included an image of threatened house. we spoke some more about it than with spite cohen of the u. s. a battalion party and also daniel mcadams, from the wrong pool institute. the president himself is a disappointment. it was a year ago that he claimed this young man was a white supremacist with 0 evidence that that was the case. and the present should be sued by him. just as if every news outlet in the us, they called him a white supremacist, should also be sued. mainstream media coverage of this trial has been abysmal. they outright lied for a year about this case. they presented incorrect information and they led people to believe think that simply weren't true about the case. there never should have been a trial that was very obvious from beginning with the video footage that there was no trial. there was no case he can threaten how's the prosecutors knew? there was no case and that's why they did such an awful job of that lear of this kid's life was ruined. but at least at the end the right verdict was read out. this
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is actually going to stoke racial divides and the reason it's going to stoke racial divides is because politicians and media figures are using it to stoke racial, divides kyle is white, and he shot 3 white people and killed 2 white filling 2 of them. so this on its face should not be racial, but it became racial because media heads and politicians who wanted to make it racial have turned it into a racial instant. and it shouldn't be. but unfortunately that's the reality we live in. is that everything, any incident that happens like this, you're going to have politicians sometimes on both sides of the argument on an, in corporate figures who are going to do everything they can to. so he treat intention to keep people divided to keep them watching and clicking and the key people distracted from the real swindle that's happening at the top. we'll talk of what should they click. i want to find out. we'll go online so she can read more about the controversial written as case at r t dot com. the details about how the trial is left. many americans divided along political lines and how many see the u. s. justice system as being heavily
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influenced by personal beliefs coming up to right here after the break commit, surging immigration in the us, the white house house, mexico's president. with that issue in the very spotlight, i'll tell you how it and when the back you're watching r t international with me, you know, ah, ah, we are seeing high levels one certainty creeping in to equal make life. and i think we're all aware of the disruption of global supply chains with spike in the cost of energy. we're seeing a reappearance of inflation. and i think all of these constitute economists cool down the line risks which could mean the weather is still ahead of us despite the
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moderation of the severity of the meeting. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy, even foundation, let it be an arms race is on offense. very dramatic development. only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very difficult time. time to sit down and talk ah, i get some extra america. want to buy the f b i for taking part of the capitol hill right is now seeking asylum in better roast curious tale this ever. newman faces charges are trespassing and assaulting
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a law enforcement officer showing the january 6th protests. however, while he doesn't deny being there that day, he goes on to claim that the accusations against him are unfounded. he told us how he saw the events then unfold. when i came to the capital, there was one barrier on the steps of the capital. so it, it appeared to be that the police had made no preparations for, for protest, even though they knew for for weeks or maybe even a month there had been calls for this protest out the capital. i think there was even a permit. and yet there seemed to be no preparations. the police were very aggressive and where i was not everywhere. i've seen video afterwards that was very controlled and quickly escalated. as the people started to enter the capital of
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2 young men came running out with blood on them saying they just shot a girl in the face. and of that did not deter the line of people that i saw going in. they continued walking slowly forward. good lord, i regret things. i regret, number one, being route. well, number one, i promise somebody that i would stand back in the crowd and i didn't hold that promise. that's the 1st thing that i regret. i regret being rude to the police. they released a wanted a list of a very long list of pictures of people that were wanted. and it was brought to my attention that i might be on that list. and i looked, and it appeared to be me and it said a sofa federal officer, and i knew that i had not assaulted
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a federal officer. i realized that i didn't have enough money to defend myself because this is a very expensive thing. i was interviewed by the fbi. i'm let go at the airport. they knew what i was doing. they let me go. that's you can't, that can't be charged with sleep. the u. k, just as secretary is confirmed, the government is considering deporting migrants to facilities abroad while their paperwork being processed. but he declined to specify where exactly those locations would be covering that next. and this saturday shot did which dash day looking at the plans, the controversy that they've raised the u. k is revising pans to send asylum seekers abroad for processing and remote australian style offshore centers. in the past 12 months, almost every corner of the globe has been considered from europe to the essential islands and africa, basically anywhere. but here. this is something that we are probing to just the idea. we will do everything we can to resolve the problem. we make no apology for
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at least trying to look at that, which in the eyes of the united nations has long been a sign of a colonial mindset to see the united kingdom looking at the same ideas as australia as a matter of deep concern to the united nations high commissioner for refugees, because we see it as almost a neo colonial approach. he pass it off to african countries and you wash your hands with it. you might pay a lot of money. but nonetheless, the shift, the burden and that way, without the safeguards is a problem. campaigners also say the news may rip up asylum rights, moving asylum seekers to countries that might not have the same human rights protections. but basically on that in the british government for the u. k says it's time to change cause following years of what it claims to be a broken system. the british public have had enough of seen people die in the channel while ruthless criminal gangs profit from their misery. our new plan for immigration provides the only long term solution to fix the broken system. and it's
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right, we keep all options on the table. it comes as the united kingdom, her see nearly $24000.00 asylum seekers make the perilous journey in small boats across the english channel just this year alone. and only 5 of those refugees have been sent back to europe. this year. the u. k. government hopes its plans will also act as a deterrent. but to some it's more of a case of out of sight, out of mind, she, breach of international law and all to blame rachel, the 1951 convention on the status of refugees. and i'm not sure if this is how the new global. busy britain wants to be remembered as a country that goes out into the world, slouching international law entreaties we sign as well as showing. busy contempt to human rights and just think that from a practical financial point you think of the cost of actually transporting thousands of asylum. c is from this country to an african country, then having to pay the african country full the detention facilities. but who are
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there a paying for the gods, paying for the processing? everything like it's going to cost the country ups in fortune. that money could be far better spent in speeding up the asylum process in this country and determining people's refugee claims at an earlier stage across the atlantic. another ongoing migration crisis in the u. s. that issues put in the spotlight as joe biden host talks with the leaders of mexico and canada. it was the 1st trilateral summit between the leaders of those countries in 5 years. but it didn't really produce any major breakthroughs. mean time or that said a caravan of around $3000.00 migrants, mostly from central america. and haiti continues its journey from southern mexico and is heading towards the us border. that will mexican authorities say they found more than $400.00 people secretly trying to travel in to laurie trailers thought to be heading to america. all this course 40 more pressure on the white house and it's
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handling of the crisis is kellum open explains biden. and his team say they're on top of the immigration issue, working with other countries to find a solution that's not enough for sheriffs in 17 states calling to fire the homeland security secretary. after witnessing this disaster over the past several months and listening to the continued rhetoric and intellectual dishonesty from secretary my orcus, the western state sheriff's association and its membership must emphatically state our position of having no confidence in the ability of the secretary, my arcus, and his leadership within the department of homeland security to effect any positive outcome on this matter. they say that the real issue is that the united states can't control its borders and that officials are out of touch with the real crisis on the ground. homeland security chief even admits he doesn't have key data on migrant crossings. how about this, how many deaths? how many illegal aliens have died crossing a legally end of the united states. under jo biden's administration,
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i don't have that data migrant crossings continue to happen with n g o is providing aid to those crossing the border, making the process white easier. the actual numbers are not known, but many speculate the situation is quite serious. i managed to get in the gates, i demanded entry once and was refused. i talked to guard into letting me in on another occasion. and when i was in there, i saw this is pulling up. probably about $100.00 migrants over an hour got off of these bosses many say it looks like the biden administration is shirking responsibility. refusing to admit it, let the crisis get out of control. how many children have been in the biden cages and calendar year 2021, a sen? i respectfully disagree with your use of the term cages. oh, by the way, here's a photograph of the biden cages that as the center, that is precisely why i articulated children sleeping on floors crashed in upon
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each other. when i took this photograph, the coven, right rate of covet positivity was over 10 percent. has joe biden? been down to see this facility of yes or no. biden, in the democrats, say they are addressing the crisis. but many of their critics say their actions are both insufficient and far too late. i don't know what data is, is lacking. if he's lacking data, he how to get out a plane and vice president harris ought to get on a plane and they ought to go to the border. and, you know, mean a lot more than go into the border and saying, what's happening with the thousands of people are there. i mean, you can get, you can get the data with, with your own eyes. the end of the day is president biden and vice president kamala harris, who make the policy. and they're responsible. one of the major jobs of the president is to protect the integrity of the border of the united states. and he has not done that. he has not shown a water resolved so far in the state of nebraska, more than
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a 100 children have been identified as dying of the government run folding school for assimilating native americans. researchers say that that's happened in the late 19th and early 20th century. research is continuing for remains at the site. i'll teach nick house reports from the controversial school. these children were killed in various ways. unfortunately, some of them died from diseases like tuberculosis and ammonia, but other kids were drowned. some were shot and some were dispose of in other ways which they have yet to determine. because in a lot of these cases, like this, u. s. indian school, they actually were never able to find the remains of the body, although the, the body of these children actually said to be buried near by. now the school in of itself is extremely problematic. kids were pulled, at least from this particular school. 40 tribes at least, were represented in this. he was indian school, where kids were taken from their homes. their parents are forced to cut their brace,
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never allowed to speak the language that they had grown up speaking. we ought to keep in mind that this is a federally ran program. now the reason things took a dark turn is because mr. william pride actually live by one motto, you kill the indian and you save the man. so hearing that a general start a school like this, with that particular motto, it's no wonder that thousands of kids ended up dead in my opinion. i think to say to say that the federal government, much like in the situation with the tuskegee project, doesn't really want it well known or well documented that they were indeed responsible not just for the death of indigenous church, a kids and people hundreds of years ago. but this was 1934. these kids were literally being killed in the 20th century. such floating skills are not limited to nebraska or even the us and canada. while the 1200 unmarked graves have discovered the sheer, it's
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a form of forces. simulation institutions for indigenous children. prime minister just intruder said just last may that he was a pole by the shameful policy that stole indigenous children from the communities. we spoke to history, professor, nebraska, who's been involved in uncovering evidence of the says, she said, what's most appalling is that authorities of the time to collect the children's deaths. the number of this, of the children that we found so far is not surprising that much. i think what's more surprising is just the callous disregard the local towns, people and authorities had for the deaths of the children. we have found notices of the desk. a and local newspapers and they'll just be sandwiched between an ad for something like an ad for flour. and then they'll be the death notice of a child and will just be one sentence. it will count won't tell you much about the child. nothing about their families or anything and then below it will be something
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like, oh and come to the dance on saturday night. so that kind of casual indifference to the death of a child just has shocked me really to tell you the truth. i don't even like to call them schools. they were institutions to which native children were sent. and they were designed really to suffer the children from their families and separate them from their lands and their identities cultures, languages, religions. there was a lot of physical and sexual abuse in the schools and they were really harsh and brutal institutions. and the children were often separated from their families and their communities for years at a time in the sort of in these institutions. the grim part of history that if you want to comment on it, have your say read up more, are tito colmer and if a social media for that for now though, reporting for moscow's coming up to 28 minutes past the hour, it's kevin owner, the team thank you for watching this weekend. we're all to international live from
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