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7 Jul, 2021 19:51

Israeli gov’t stability questioned after failure to extend key-law

There’s fear of instability in Israel, following the failure to extend a key-law in that country. The legislation in question is an existing law that bars Arab citizens from extending citizenship or residency rights to spouses from occupied West Bank and Gaza. Critics argue that extending the law is really aimed at maintaining a Jewish majority in Israel. RT’s Paula Slier reports. (10:21) The president of Haiti, Jovenel Moise has been assassinated. The attack, happening overnight, after a group of gunmen stormed his home and shot him to death. The assassination inflicts more chaos in this impoverished Caribbean nation, already beleaguered by corruption, anti-government protests, violence and drugs. RT America’s John Huddy has more. (1:01) Then, Former Green Party Vice Presidential candidate and National Organizer of Black Alliance for Peace Ajamu Baraka weighs in. (5:08) Oil prices climbed on Tuesday to a six year high, with the global benchmark reaching over $77 per barrel. It comes after talks with OPEC and other oil producing countries broke down on Monday. RT America’s Sayeh Tavangar has the story. (16:20)