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News with Ed - May 24, 2018

N. Korea summit collapse is ‘disturbing’ says policy specialist
President Trump abruptly announced he will no longer attend the much anticipated nuclear peace talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The summit was scheduled for June 12 in Singapore. For the latest, RT America’s Ed Schultz is joined by policy specialist with Institute for China American Studies, Sourabh Gupta.

US responsible for deadly Syrian attack says former Pentagon official

Overnight airstrikes in eastern Syria have reportedly killed at least a dozen pro-government fighters near Deira Zour. Damascus says these are US led coalition strikes but the pentagon is denying the reports.  RT America’s Manila Chan reports.

Iran reacts to N. Korea summit collapse

Former Pentagon official Michael Maloof joins RT America’s Ed Schultz for reaction from Iran, in the wake of the announcement by the Trump administration, that America has pulled out of peace talks with North Korea.

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