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5 Jan, 2022 01:13

Violent clashes in Kazakhstan, state of emergency declared (FULL show)

Demonstrations broke out across Kazakhstan this week, as the people protested the worsening economic climate that has seen new price hikes for the cost of fuel. The protesters took to the streets of several Kazakh cities, including the former capital Almaty. With this latest upheaval, the Central Asia region sees its largest country at an important crossroad. To break it all down, RT's Faran Fronczak discusses the latest turmoil in Kazakhstan with security expert Michael Maloof.

Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is again, offering asylum to Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange. The offer, marking yet another attempt to pardon Assange, has yet to receive a reply. RT America’s Trinity Chavez has the details. Award-winning journalist and host of On Contact, Chris Hedges, then breaks down the case and explains the perilous road ahead.

Monday’s winter storm dumped more than 10 inches of snow in many parts of the mid-Atlantic states. The storm impacted air travel, trains and commuters on roads. In Virginia, hundreds of drivers remained stuck on a frozen highway overnight including a US Senator. Legal and media analyst Lionel of Lionel Media joins the show to weigh in.