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18 Feb, 2019 20:44

CNN, Facebook do US govt’s dirty work

The US leaving the Iran nuclear deal (JCPOA) and now the (INF) nuclear treaty has kickstarted a new world order, according to former Pentagon official Michael Maloof. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro expelled a European delegation, accusing them of backing US-led regime change and conspiring with self-proclaimed Interim President Juan Guaido, reports RT America’s Ashlee Banks. Seven UK MPs have quit the Labour Party over alleged anti-Semitism and Brexit issues. JPMorgan Chase has become the first US bank to test its own digital currency, but investigate journalist Ben Swann says true cryptocurrency takes away power from traditional financial institutions. RT-funded video network In The Now found its Facebook page suspended over the weekend. Turns out CNN, prompted by the US government-funded German Marshall Fund, coordinated with the social media giant to take away access to the Facebook-verified page from its almost 4 million followers, In the Now’s Rania Khalek tells RT America’s Manila Chan.