there's a culture on accountability and police officers know that they can engage in misconduct that has nothing to do with. how can we help citizens become healthier and happier than poor fools to 7th of july as our iraqi prison is programmed into submission open health congress' job and festival for movie titles don't have also been forum dot com 16. the end of the road for treason may the british prime minister officially steps down as leader of the conservative party triggering a contest with 11 candidates vying for the job. taking cover while the u.s. is venezuela with new sanctions leaked audial recording suggest washington is failing to unite the country's opposition against president with the rose. garden
under which just to keep the opposition has proven. somebody. wants a. serial killer gets a 2nd life sentence for murdering 85 patients while working at 2 hospitals in germany. and russia's northern capitals in petersburg again host today thousands of international decision makers at the international comic form continue with would like to be putin again expected to address delegates later friday will be going forward there throughout the day. life from russia this is art international with me kevin a very good day to you thanks for joining us for this half hour live world news update this friday. today friday marks big day for the u.k. prime minister she's officially stepping down as leader of the conservative party a post she served in for 3 years now now the scrum of replaces in overdrive 2
nominations for the tory leave it leadership starts on monday with 11 candidates still vying for the top job takes a look at who's in the running. she's been burned by bragg's it and now the woman known as teflon to reason is on the way out after repeatedly failing to push her e.u. withdrawal deal through parliament last month the pm finally announced that she'd be stepping down and she did it with a whimper rather than a bang the 2nd female prime minister but certainly not the last. i do so with no ill will but with enormous and enduring gratitude to have had to the opportunity to serve the country i love there is looking at the number of candidates that have joined the race to replace may as prime minister may find themselves crying to and they're seeing what's going on here they've got no say in
what's going on they can see there's 11 people standing up saying they want to you me for think it's. always call me no it's even worse when this has got to be detrimental blow long term of the conservative party sure officially the race only begins on monday but already there are in leadership contenders with 2 having already dropped out and the british media is indulging itself poring over the kaleidoscope of varying degrees of soft and hard brags that candidates like foreign secretary jeremy hunt health secretary matt hancock or environment secretary michael gove although there is already one clear favorite. and he's already got donald trump's seal of approval no worse i like your my i've
liked him for a long time he's i think you do a very good job but the tory leadership contest is a complicated process. yes and past experience has shown the favorite never wins so this is anybody's race each candidate has to have the support of at least 8 members of parliament from that conservative m.p.'s will be asked to vote several times in order to whittle down the crowd of power hungry politicians to just one final head to head battle now at that point the decision will be turned over to conservative party members that grassroots conservatives it could be pulled from down the road or treasure who lives next door and it is there a who will ultimately decide who becomes the next prime minister with such
a crowded field of hopefuls this summer britain is bracing itself for a political popularity contest like no other as for 2 reason may the woman that's been forced to leave 10 downing street before securing britain's departure from the e.u. will stay on as a lame duck leader her job now is to keep that warm for several more weeks until one of this lot finally takes over the top job. which welling's the research director at the london think things who have a from to resume is going to rule but. well unfortunately she's left behind very very difficult situation for the incoming prime minister i think another vote unlikely in the short because this will be seen as not to be trialed by those type of votes it leaves i mean it's kind of the mines the whole idea of democracy if you
don't stick to results and then keep repeating the election over and over again and so you get the result that the establishment wants so that would really really further undermine trust in politics nevertheless it's going to be very difficult given the vast majority of m.p.'s are probably you're not going to like probably block any real breakthrough deal so if we get said pro breaks the prime minister he's really he or she's really going to struggle to get through parliament and could even face a vote of no confidence to prevent the u.k. leaving with no deal which point he or she will probably have to call a general election and that will be hugely risky. united states continues to ramp up pressure on venezuela's nicolas maduro government and i'm seeing you sanctions against the state owned oil company now but it seems though that washington is still unsure rather about the future of it as well in case material steps down a leaked audio recording suggest u.s. secretary of state might pompei was finding it difficult to unite the fractured venezuelan opposition into one cohesive force caleb maupin explains bike pompei
always been caught making some comments about venezuela that were not intended for the primetime viewers apparently he's not sure who would replacement dural if his regime change efforts are successful there's alerted under one just to keep the opposition. groups devilishly difficult the moment you're only. everybody is going to really do something and it says to me i did x. president. people. they're the rightful heir if you're going through. pompei i was pretty clear about the fact that this discussion was not meant for public consumption so we did get a favorable response. this is what america's top diplomat said at the united nations when the lights were on and the cameras were rolling now we have a new leader. in venezuela who has promised to bring elections and constitutional order back to venezuela and security back to the region we cannot delay this
critical conversation which has the world's attention for the sake of venezuela and the region we must support the venezuelan people and do so right now though my pompei o isn't too concerned about what happens in venezuela after the current leadership is overthrown now let's not forget that the us meddling in the country's internal affairs is motivated purely by selfless humanitarian concerns about the people so after regime change there are 40 plus contenders who will then fight it out for power now does that remind you of any recent events in current history take for example the u.s. invasion of iraq dick cheney said that it would go well my belief is we will in fact be greeted as liberators but there's been nothing but chaos and civil war in iraq since the usa invaded there are 288000 deaths so far and counting and dick cheney wasn't completely clueless listen to what he said in 1904 when she got to iraq and took it over and took down saddam hussein's government the money going to
put in place for take libya hillary clinton was delighted to hear that gadhafi had been put to the sword and we came we saw our died but now even barack obama admits that toppling the libyan government didn't come with a game plan for what happens next what he considers his worst mistake as president probably failing to. plan for. the day after. what i think was the right thing to do in. the intervening. in libya but who needs planning right after all the people of venezuela would probably love to have their homeland go the way of iraq and libya nothing says freedom and liberation like having regime change followed by civil war and thousands of refugees fleeing for their lives it confirms something that we you know long suspected but you know now you know is out in the open that the opposition is so internally divided washington you know would take over the figures like marco rubio favor
a radical regime change scenario which involves effectively destroying the existing the institutional structure that has been built in venice where the you know in the words of john bolton that to open up venezuela's busy oil sector to us and you know to really return but as well to the pre 999 status quo where it was a reliable ally in the region and you know reliable agent of the u.s. opec to maintain a low while prices as the u.s. diplomatic cables themselves acknowledge. with a chance to discuss the league with russia's foreign ministry spokeswoman maria. this is interfering into mastic policy that is what mr just told the media the person. with whom he has that conversation so this is you are 100 percent interfering. to the.
domestic policy of a country independent country independent state this is understanding some countries probably washington and probably that it is not that easy nowadays. to draw official government from independent country and state that it's it's not fair and it's actually not the way how things should be done in the 21st century and so i think the. put themselves on pause and i think we i mean all the international community should use this time. that this is not the option that this is absolutely not the option it's up to. it's up to the people who are living in this country to choose the government to choose a president to sheep their own political life and to leave their own political life
but it's not up to washington to decide. who murdered 85 patients has been given a 2nd life sentence or 42 year old wheels whole. story but i can 2005 hogle was caught while tampering with a syringe but administering a busy medicine without cause that led directly to a series of investigations he was initially convicted of attempted murder in 2008 and sentenced to more than 7 years in prison then but in 2015 the judge sentenced him to life in prison for 2 murders and 2 attempted murders. the latest trial. oldenburg festival hall this is where court proceedings had to be held the regional court hole was simply not able to accommodate all those people who wanted to attend and massive trial huge public attention the case raised many questions but gave few on cers and one of the biggest questions was what is the exact number of people
that mr cargo killed we heard from many including the main geology of the process that it is still unclear this is him entering the room packed with people he's caused so much harm to someone who was supposed to relieve the pain and prolong life but instead brought death to his patients this is where news her girls started playing his german version of a russian roulette oldenburg clinic working as a nurse here for 2 years studying 999 mr hurdle would pick up a patient could be any race so done there any age or health condition or social background to make an injection that would cause complications so that later mr hurdle could calm and quickly and professionally revive the patient getting everybody's admiration he's calling us at the clinic or so impressed with his skills that they even gave him a flattering nickname resuscitate rambo with out of knowing that the person they
praised so macho was in most of the cases behind the patients complications in the 1st place not all of mr her goals victims who were able to survive many of them died then it was killed in 2001 and it was this. weekend when many people have been killed or maybe have been killed we don't know exactly everyone thought of the operation was good everything is high no but then there was a call and i guess 22 o'clock almost 22 o'clock in the evening and they said we're very sorry about your father is dead and expected me very unexpectedly. no i'm going. with just a good. punch and that's to run through the coming spur some else suspected nothing until the statistics came out showing that the number of das in the clinic almost doubled since mr who joined the team but instead of investigating the cases or
report to their fears they simply decided to get through to the nurse but before they gave him a very good recrimination letter that he would hear it to this hospital in the neighboring town of delman horst mr her go get hired here and he's deadly game continued for another 3 years until he got caught in 2005 and yet another question many know i ask is how did this all happen and what should be done to prevent this in the future. in mass to case was this coming up to midday 50 moscow time right here this friday night international with me kevin owen coming up on president trump's expected back in the u.s. after his trip to europe but there's trouble brewing for u.s. democrats. but with even more fervor than before we'll break down the case against the president when we come back.
before in the eighty's with the rise of japan and the us had a response rejiggered the global currency markets at the plaza accord. the same people that gave us the plunge protection team after the crash. so china doesn't seem to be wanting to play that game so they're going to have to come up with some other strategy and that's a moment here on the. thousands
of politicians and international decision makers of gather didn't russia's northern capital some petersburg to discuss the future of finance and business it is day 2 with the economic forum. and a number of high profile talks are expected later between the top diplomats and prime ministers within the next few hours when it happens we'll take you there live it seems there is still some would say even though of course late on this was last evening beautiful evening all the official events after that russian president vladimir putin the chinese counterpart xi jinping went for a crucial never river as well as then visiting as you can see the symbolic of laura battleship with the 1st shot of the 19th century revolution came from and then finally taking the masterpieces of the world renowned state museum but back to
business a chance to delhi with the c.e.o. of the russian direct investment fund about how the forum benefits russia china relations. but working very closely with china we created russia china investment fund which is a partnership between russia and direct investment funds which i and china investment corporation and we made 30 investments all of them generate a very good attractive return and yesterday we announced the formation of a new investment fund with china in technology we also made our 1st deal in venture capital was holding which is a major techno park in china and also we close ali baba investment in russia jointly with asa megafauna mailboat are you will build the largest you commerce platform in russia so lots of great important cooperation with china it's really important because it's more to a last minute thing over the last 10 years president putin and president of china including president xi have been working to improve russia china relations there
definitely it's a poll right now and we need to do more projects more investment together but it's very important it's not a friendship a game started by the it's a strategic alliance that really makes sense. and looking ahead to little bit later today more of the highlights the 2nd day of the international economic forum would be dipping into as they throughout the day and when the big when the big guns start talking they will take you through 2 we think cheating paying and president putin to speak amongst others later and you can catch it online as well of course r.t. dot com. talk a big guns president trump says things could be very different between washington and moscow without all the rhetoric surrounding russia he was speaking to fox news on thursday and while they have a good relationship with the rush i think it's hurt by the following which are you know i could have a good relationship with russia it's close to 2 months now since special counsel
robert miller's report said that donald trump did not collude with russia to win the presidency but the fires and died there the democrats are still desperately trying to find a way to impeach the president now building their case on obstruction of justice allegations our senior correspondent were takes up the story for you. there are those who support trouble those who want him impeached and those who really really really want him impeached preferably now and in the painful way take for instance this particularly enthusiastic new york times contributor who has gone and written up actual articles of impeachment to save everyone's time i suppose or maybe just a hobby of his who knows others c.b.s. have impeachment track is literally counting congressmen who are calling for trump to be impeached like kids opening chocolate filled advent calendars 63 now out
of 535 senators and representatives just a few 100 to go and trump will hiring just need a reason you can't impeach for annoying tweets about noxious has styles or know exists and collusion all that's left is obstruction when a subject of an investigation obstructs that investigation or lies to investigators it strikes at the core of the government's effort to find the truth and hold wrongdoers accountable here's a question that's been giving lawyers migraines how or why does one obstruct an investigation an investigation that later proves he was innocent of the crime he was being investigated for the special counsel's report states that his investigation did not establish that members of the trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the russian government in its election interference activities namely any sort of collusion with russia it's almost impossible to have an
obstruction of justice no underlying crime what makes trump especially awful obstruction is he voluntarily gave his investigators sometimes and writing material on how he allegedly tried to. obstruct the investigation like when you reportedly told the then white house counsel to get rid of mueller by him and then allowed that counsel to go and testified to mueller the faily new york times wrote a fake piece today implying that because white house counsel don my gann was given hours of testimony to the special counsel he must be john dean time but i allowed him and all others to testify i didn't have to i have nothing to hide in fact trumpeted boasted earlier about what a good boy he was being about how much workload he had provided the investigators the white house handed over 20000 pages of documents the 2016 campaign
1400000 pages 20 white house employees gave voluntary interviews it's like trump was building an obstruction of justice case against himself and on top of that he was terrible at it. wasn't fod he investigated for 674 days and only finished when he was done so this is it if you can figure out how to impeach trump for trying to conceal crimes he didn't commit contact your local democrat immediately i expect anytime soon will be offering a reward it is not obstruction of justice in any way again this was the obstruction of justice not for a court proceeding of course this was not a court proceeding this was an informal investigation through an executive agency an executive body and and so because of that the elements are
a little bit different it would have to be willful omission or willful concealment or destruction of evidence during an investigation which of course did not happen in this case i don't think in the end there will be any consequences for obstruction because i don't think obstruction can be proven i do believe that the democrats are still. really and the democrats want to make sure that they're not seen as having wasted $40000000000.00 of the taxpayer money in order to start or engage in an investigation and find campaign based on evidence that wasn't even legitimate so i think the democrats are going to continue to try i think that will be a term that continues to be thrown around just so they can save face because they're looking to retake the white house in 2020. 0 is facing accusations of double standards for reporting on. the channels repeatedly been reporting on this kind of world war the most english language channel but. prohibits any kind of homosexuality with penalties of up to 7 years in prison.
completes with me over 16 years of age with compulsion. shall be punished whose imprisonment for a true up to 7 years. continue to discriminate against migrants women and lesbian gay bisexual and transgender individuals. may just be that. that cutter is trying to give some press freedom to al-jazeera it may just be that simple but it certainly is raising a lot of eyebrows while they are state state oh and i believe they do care about making a profit and trying to discuss news that appeals to their particular audience and
so if the english language. version is trying to you know in some way pander or or just broaden its market for business purposes that's one thing but if it really is that they're trying to do something that might be perceived as disruptive or somehow corrupting the marketplace i think people would have a right to be concerned about that. that is a snap shot i just said we will do stories this friday we're across so many more of you on our side of course if you don't know they're up your level to break in the headlines as they have straight to mobile device to which we expect news coming from that some people before him of the coming hours thank you live to it i'm kevin o. in a great friday. nobody could see coming that false confessions would. in this population of people look.
at any interrogation out there what you'll see is promise threat promise threat lie a lie a lie the process of interrogation is designed to put people in just that frame of mind make the most comfortable make them want to get out and don't take no for an answer don't accept their denials she said therefore we. sat on a statement that i would be home by the next day there's a culture on accountability and police officers know that they can engage in misconduct that has nothing to do with solving their crime. seemed wrong. to me. yet to shape out of. the conflict that's occurred. and it. equals betrayal.
when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground. this is boom bust broadcasting around the globe uncovering the world of business and finance and pounced upon us all under your burrito and i'm 50 i in washington here's a look at what's on deck today while following a has come under fire from western nation it has open arms in the russian federation r.t. correspondent elaine up to trying on the ground in saying you know it's right at the economic forum for our president he absolutely will continue to watch china facing pressure from the u.s. there's even more bad news on the economic front as a place of major proportion is taking its toll on the swine stock r.t.
correspondent alex mahela that takes a look at what's in store for haas populations around the world and then finally the u.s. house q but in its crosshairs yet again and at the moment paying maybe felt money miles to the north john campbell of the u.s. u.s. cuba traded in the phenomena council for him to see how cruise ship stocks are bearing in these choppy economic waters you've got to have showed those words go and dive right in. after much anticipation the ministry of industry and information technology in china has granted commercial 5 key licenses to the country's telecommunications network operators this signals the start of another way of a major investment in the world's largest mobile market amid a raging tech war with the united states china mobile china unicom china telecom and china broadcasting network where each awarded a license earlier than expected hoping to get ahead in the global race to deploy telecoms and while south korea the u.s. .