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15 Nov, 2021 21:10

Two dead on Poland-Belarus border; Poland considers calling in NATO

A deadly weekend at the border between Poland and Belarus—as thousands of migrants continue to wait in hopes of gaining entry into the European Union. For a week, migrants and refugees from Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere have been camped out, slowly putting pressure on the Polish border. Over the weekend events at the border went from bad to tragic—with two deaths being reported. One—a Polish soldier and the other a 20-year-old migrant from Syria. Two journalists for RT France were arrested on the Polish side of the border while conducting a live phone interview. RT’s Igor Zhdanov has the latest. (1:04) Then, geopolitical strategist John Sitilides and George Szamuely, writer and Senior Fellow at the Global Policy Institute in London join In Question to discuss. (6:37) Thousands of US troops have been plagued with food insecurity and have been finding it hard to provide for their families, especially during the pandemic. Independent journalist Ashlee Banks tells us why. (11:07) Then, host of Watching the Hawks Tyrel Ventura shares his perspective. (13:24)