China inflicting genocide-like treatment on Muslims
The Trump administration has increased its criticism of Chinese human rights abuses. On Thursday, U.S. National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien said the treatment of China's Muslim population is very close to if not a genocide.
France is holding a national tribute to Samuel Paty, the history teacher murdered outside his school because of a class he gave on freedom of speech in which he showed cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. We spoke to Gabriel Lattanzio, an English teacher at a secondary school on the outskirts of Paris. For him, the fact that some people including parents felt they could speak out against Paty shows that teachers are "discredited". Lattanzio says the government vowing full support for teachers is not enough. "I feel like I'm on the frontline of making kids better," he told us. Sen. Rick Scott condemned China for its treatment of Uyghur Muslims. ABC News' Bob Woodruff reports on concerns that Russia and China are skipping key measures to determine safety and effectiveness in the race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. As the U.S. Presidential election gets closer, what will the relationship between China and the U.S. look like after the four years of President Trump? Here are some possibilities.