we look for common ground. a poll finds that hall for the people in the czech republic russia's. medicine agency still holds back from approving the job to get interest from. whites. in california was met by counter protesters with. bloody fisticuffs and arrests. the u.s. state of. gender reassignment treatment for. critics as. we hear
from a former transport with about the possible dangers of changing sex to. reason young man who started on hormone therapy and again is called surgery at 18 and said he feels like a frankenstein monster. and he's 60 years to the day since russian cosmonaut yuri gagarin transcended the limits of the terrestrial becoming the 1st man in space to celebrate the anniversary our correspondent got a taste of 0 gravity down here on earth. it feels unusual. i mean i really can't believe that this is what caused the nuts feel one you know float around a space station it's. it's amazing. day here in moscow you're watching. almost half the people in the czech
republic are ready to use russia. if it is approved by prague and that's amid a spike in european interest in the job the medical officer yet to approve to all of us more. well the czech republic could be sent to follow hungry and start using russia's sputnik the vaccine before it gets approval from the european medicines agency the czech president the man made the announcement he was also critical of the slow pace at which the a.m.a. approval for the sputnik v. vaccine has taken if the decision on sputnik the registration is made by our national regulator it will be enough to start using it as happened in hungary as for the european medicines agency it is very slow well new infections in the czech republic have started to relent in recent days that's following the country being gripped by a 3rd wave of the covert 19 pandemic now
a recent poll showed that just under half of the czech citizens who were asked the question said that they would take the sputnik the vaccine without a.m.a. approval as long as health authorities from prague had given a green light now just over the border in austria they're a little further along when it comes to getting sputnik into the country because the asians that have been going on for a little while were concluded over the weekend between vienna and moscow for the purchase of sputnik the vaccine the austrian chancellor sebastien could saying that sputnik v would provide an additional turbo boost for austria's vaccination program . michel the e.u. council president has also been speaking he acknowledged that there is differences between member states when it comes to the use of russia's sputnik the vaccine there's a lot of pressure and politicians people are getting impatient they want to get
vaccinated governments want to do all they can also control this insensitivity regarding sputnik the among you member states at the back end of last weekend spawn the german health minister said that germany would be looking to secure its own deal for sputnik the. once the european medicines agency has given it the green light germany's going to have to set up its own deal of course because the e.u. commission joint mechanism has already said they're not going to buy sputnik v. as it stands at the moment there's also been some comment from france when it comes to that announcement from germany last week the french foreign minister saying he thought that was a bit of a p.r. stunt designed to give confidence to the local markets here in germany of course we have an election coming up in september he thought that was a bit of politicking from yen's spawn but he also said that he wouldn't rule out taking any vaccine based on where it come from that if it's a good vaccine it's
a good vaccine but when it comes to the all important a.m.a. approval well sputnik the started being looked at by the european medicines agency on the 5th of march we're expecting that process to run through perhaps as long as the end of may once it gets the green light of course it can then be used all across the european union. meanwhile spinny's global uptake is on the rise indian regulators are expected to give approval to the vaccine today all 20000 doses will arrive in the philippines this week millers ordered 20000000 doses in total. was approved for emergency use in the country along with china's sign of which is already being rolled out the philippine authorities aim to vaccinate up to 70000000 people this year earlier i spoke to their daughter locsin jr the philippines to foreign affairs about the importance of this deal. although from the start we've got the control 'd of the. measure of control over there and i'll get it done to
russia because her. government and you'll go up was the one. that all of that started. this interest. suctions russia told me about about it also in civilian connections don't know if you're so interested if they did it and if they put the come in they have him and russia and zoom and i was on the other end and we thought. it has that explained hope good dominator was saying that it's going from a very young that a very old collector cell because you know i've had heart surgery and people like yourself it's very good and he looks at my face then he said i don't really think you believe what they're saying and he says well i don't really care if you believe what i'm saying but i'm telling you he is in 2 days you read the lancet journal and come back in 2 days i read the lancet journal and the only lancet the
review vaccine passed with flying flying colors and i said doc we're going i remember when i was a child and there were other takes the help of the regard in the night and he says look at the sky and that thing blinking up there but that's look that's the 1st one man kind of ever it was the. so i'm afraid it's not it's live us that part was there last we came to all hard science you always have the impression that russia. would work there would be always at the forefront 'd on that i could tell you that it's widely wired adjourning the whole cold war we never took sides what it's truly belong to the west of the alliance but it's true also there's never the size of that when the height of the cold war it was the
philippines who reached out to russia the soviet union and established definitely. because we knew that's were the only chance. because he has been imposed in brooklyn sent to minnesota until morning have to violent riots broke out some of the fatal shooting of a black man by police. well the man was shot while in a car after being pulled over for a traffic violation people flocked to the local police department it was looting in the area as well as clashes the national guard was reportedly deployed tear gas used a consensus just 10 miles from minneapolis where last year the death of a black man at the hands of police led to nationwide protests it was race related unrest seen in california as well.
draw a large mirror it would. be all over larry. a white lives massive rally been organized online was met by a large group of counter protesters from black lives matter confrontation descended into violent clashes with bloody fist fights. over the way you hold. it was a heavy police presence too and several arrests were made on both sides to counter protesters later claimed it was a victory for black lives matter is reaction from both camps. black white men are people you're. one life better to live. we all want to be treated equally that's what's going k.k.k. never in. a minute where the sheets in the costumes they used to but they were going to. in the also. in creating racism in
trying to harm people of color. the u.s. state of arkansas is at the center of transgender debates in america after it bans gender reassignment treatment for under-age people it's been called the strictest anti trans youth measure in the country but journalist walt hare who reverse his sex change says that it will protect young people from making a dangerous mistake. i reach about 300000000 people a year and help people every day who also have regret or have a story just like mine and want to do a transition so i've worked with a lot of young people who were diagnosed by a so-called doctor telling him that they had gender dysphoria have gone and met with the children and been around with them and none of them that i've come across had gender dysphoria there was a fox diagnosis one recent young man who started on hormone therapy at
15 had is goal surgery at 18 contacted me at 19 and said he feels like a prank unstained monster in the arm that it's done is that it causes. many things real problems for bone structure oftentimes in a natural development of the brain is interrupted what we know from sweden is that after you go through these procedures share 19 times more likely to die from suicide then you would if you didn't go through the surgery so what they're doing is really horrible the axle governor defended his failed attempt to veto the bill is a conservative step against government overreach what do you hope my veto will call my republican colleagues across the country to resist the temptation to put the states in the middle of every decision made by parents and health care
professionals. delkin so bill prohibits deltas from providing gender affirming procedures puberty blockers all surgery for people under the age of 18 as well as from referring them to other professionals for the transition from a president will trump blasted the governor after vetoed the bill saying it spelled the end of his political career move higher again says the transgender debates become a source of money and political leverage for some. the truth is it does a great deal of harm to put children on or known blockers or give them hormone therapy before they're 19 years old and it really should be 21 years old before they attempt to put. any hormones in a young person's body and you know big pharma has a great interest in selling hormone therapy to people who don't need it the people who make the hormone blockers the advocates you know whether it's facebook or he said there are big platforms raise money for these advocate groups and
i think it's horrible what they're doing and it's really political it's not a medical thing now it's become totally political because what they're doing is not providing medical care at all they're raising money for these activists to perform unnecessary surgeries and harm kids. 60 years ago today russian cosmonaut yuri gagarin became the 1st human to leave misfit flights brought him instant fame of a kind no ordinary soviet person could be prepared for 6 decades on his name smile i'm words still providing an inspiration. yeah. of course that. they were.
60 years on from eureka gardens flights the idea of space travel still fascinates and indeed tice's but it has downsides as microgravity at the international space station can cause dizziness headaches and other unpleasant symptoms scientists have worked hard on minimizing the side effects by simulating moon missions down here on earth and also use special buffs to create the feel of weightlessness constantly and to plunge for us. right off the bat what can i say. it feels unusual i mean
i really can't believe that this is what caused us feel when they you know float around a space station it's. it's amazing you know i was told that those who take part in the study the actually have to spend here inside this tub from 7 to 21 days and yes that means even eating and you're e-mailing another a fact of these conditions is that your body and your spine stretch out a lot of people they actually grow by 2 to 3 centimeters overall i want to say it's even relaxing if it's not for the cameras and you know and people who always stare at you.
dry immersion in there of a neutral water snow can be fun in the beginning and i had fun that's for sure if i had the pleasure as they say words are pretty quick for one this might be boring because you know all you do is just float in a tub while scientists conduct their research and you know there's not so much to entertain yourself with on top of that the longer you expose your body to microgravity the more 'd negative effects kick in. in space microgravity can have a serious impact on your body causing muscles to atrophy bones to lose calcium even your internal organs and eyeballs can change shape as far as and no vision also deteriorates if you stay in space for a long time therefore a lot more research needs to be carried out to help close went on. at this point scientist want to focus on women and what a fact weightlessness has on their bodies after decades of space x.
. gratian well there are still relatively few female caused menards and there was limited data available on how women react to space travel. the experiment takes place at an institute in moscow known for long term simulations of trips to space one of its trademark features is this type compartment facility that is used to play out would be missions to moon and mars and see how crewmembers are going to act together in isolation and confinement so let me actually give you a quick tour inside. so this 1st area is a refrigerator or facility and those are the actual fridges huge ones. those are used mainly for food because you have to realize that while in space no one's cooks
you have to take food with you and. because of that it needs to be frozen so here we have a storage facility and you know this place is used for everything cloves equipment and you know everything that is needed for space mission here it's a greenhouse this is where they have plants this room over here it's obviously a gym and it's also very important part of every space station or every space mission so there's another passage let's have a look. while this appears to be a kitchen i guess because of the microwave and by the way look at the c.c.t.v. cameras there are average where all over 123455 cameras just in one kitchen well that is.
because everything that people subject and experiment everything that they do is being constantly monitored by scientists you know gauge their behavior and you know make certain conclusions so let's move on ok so this is were causing a lot or those who take part in experiments they live. so this is yeah this is the light control the mirror yeah well yeah it's not to it's not to be 3 cramped space here. yeah this is what you get when you are on a very important space assignment right it's not a 5 star hotel of a chicken the where you have that in an enclosed space where they can talk to the family the deprived of communications and isolated from the outside world if they don't receive news and have no idea what's going on the cons go outside for
a walk because they don't know if it's day or night and the biorhythms get thrown out of sync by staying in this environment or the whole this has a negative effect on the psychological well being right now the institute is going to ready for another round of experiments both in this mockup station and in 0 gravity tubs you know after decades of space exploration there is still a lot of the unknown and the more you research it on the ground the safer is going to be out there in space. well good governance a trip into orbit is widely seen as having started the space race it actually helped break buyer is though not just in terms of human achievement but also between east and west but in a story of good governance personality help to melt the ice. good afternoon the soviet union announced it had launched what pick number 2 for all of those for the post for.
school football or more. info from all of the blog. world. why are the russians are going to space. why knowledge 1st travelers face a soviet. for the anniversary of the garden space flight the city of. 500 drones into the sky where they form different elements of the soviet and russian history of space travel including various rockets and satellites ship it was also paid him by the russian crew members on board the international space station and the idea there was a. previous to this board dear friends greetings from the international space station. 60 years ago today was able for the 12 after an event to happen that
proved to be a turning point in world history a spacecraft with one man on board lost it off and orbited the earth for the 1st time and the man who ventured into space. fellow countryman made his name known in all around the globe the legendary 108 minutes of good governance why example of. that we see thank you to him the girls who has devoted their lives to. we are grateful to all the people who have helped mankind progressive and further on the part of. iran's foreign minister says that israel is to blame for a blackout at an underground nuclear site to run vowing revenge the incident was earlier described by iranian government officials as an act of terrorism in the tons facility suffered an outage on sunday a day after the president of them failed a new set of advanced centrifuges for faster you really even richmond the media in
israel citing western intelligence sources was immediately reporting the cyber attack was carried out by israel's intelligence agency on sunday israel's prime minister stressed the importance of fighting against iranian nuclear isolation. the fight against iran and its proxies the fight against iran's nuclear program the fight against iran's nuclear a zation is a huge task. for the incident overshadow ongoing talks between iran and world powers on reviving the 2015 nuclear deal to run claims the attack was designed to scupper the talks. political scientist at tehran university also says that israel's the most likely culprit iranian official thought for have not formally accused anyone but i think it's very unlikely that the israelis are behind this and this is not surprising in the past 10 years. every time you're on in the united states have begun serious diplomatic negotiations the israelis have tried to sabotage this are
they assassinated iranian scientists between 201-2012 when obama wanted to negotiate with the go on arguing the final days of the trumpet ministration days sasson aided your aunt's top nuclear scientist with the aim of forcing a confrontation between iran and the us and now there are diplomatic talks have begun in vienna since last tuesday between iran and the us 1st they attacked the reigning cargo ship off the coast of yemen and now we have this cyber attack. ok that when you buy that company or turn it off that. the world is driven by shaped by those.
about what happens when law fails those it's there to protect from the george floyd trial to identity politics dead ends but 1st to reports of genocide in china i'm joined from here to virginia by russian of us executive director of the campaign for we go as usual thanks so much for coming on the show last week we heard denials from wang rio from the center for china and globalization about genocide in jenin how many millions of we get minority people are detained currently more than 70000000 lawyers are detained in the concentration camps and the when you speak to every single leader in diaspora they have one or more family members are taking my husband's entire family is taken from the south or in part where most of the oilers are leaving my parents in los mice really sister in laws their husbands