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FULL SHOW: US special envoy bid to Kill Nord Stream 2 is dead-end ploy

Russia is lashing out as the US plans to appoint a special envoy to kill the Nord-Stream 2 energy project. The pipeline is said to move massive amounts of gas to areas of Europe. Now, the White House is looking at former Ukrainian gas executive as a last-ditch effort to derail this project. RT’s Igor Zhdanov reports.

The US and Iraq have agreed to an eventual withdrawal of all American combat forces from Iraqi soil, however a firm date has not been announced. The latest talks between both countries are the first under the Biden administration. RT America’s Alex Mihailovich has the story.  Then, former UK MP George Galloway shares his perspective. 

Campaigning has ended in Ecuador as the country goes to the polls on Sunday, to replace outgoing president-Lenin Moreno. Following a February runoff election—Ecuadoreans are faced with a choice between Rafael protégé Adres Arauz and Conservative banker Guillermo Lasso. So far, polls reveal that Arauz has a slight lead over Laso, but a quarter of voters have expressed indecision. With changes across the region, could this be an indication of a progressive tide in South America? Journalist and Latin America analyst Gregory Wilpert joins In Question to discuss. 

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