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Are Iran protests a US conspiracy?

Tehran has announced that at least eight individuals with ties to the CIA were arrested in Iran during the protests over a recent fuel hike. Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei defended the price increases and described the unrest as orchestrated by “global arrogance," pointing his finger at the US. RT America’s Sayeh Tavangar has the latest. Then former US diplomat Jim Jatras and former Pentagon official Michael Maloof discuss. The US is pushing back against the alleged Russian presence in Libya, according to State Dept. official David Schenker, who claims that Russian regulars are being deployed to Libya. RT America’s Nebojsa Malic joins In Question to share his insights. Rare earth minerals are used in everything we do in the Digital Age, including 5G tech, phones, chips, laptops, games. China is the world’s biggest supplier, and has announced plans to get even bigger. RT America’s Faran Fronczak explains. 

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