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29 May, 2019 20:02

China may ban Apple after US blacklists Huawei

After the US made moves to blacklist the Chinese company Huawei, the tech giant is now firing back. Despite the fact that US officials have accused Huawei of being a “security threat” the chief legal officer said that there is no evidence to support those claims. RT’s Rachel Blevins has the story. Following PM Narendra Modi’s re-election, New Delhi  is now seeking a permanent seat at the UN Security council. Foreign policy Analyst Jay Kansara joins In Question to discuss. Special counsel Robert Mueller has delivered his first-ever public comments on the investigation into the alleged Russian interference of the 2016 US presidential election. After his nearly 10 minute statement at the Department of Justice, Mueller took no questions. RT’s Caleb Maupin has more. Lawmakers in San Francisco have banned the use of facial recognition technology without a warrant, and want to extend that ban to all of California. Investigative journalist Ben Swann joins In Question to discuss.