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The News with Rick Sanchez - March 18, 2019 (20:00 ET)

US gives away Venezuelan properties

Rick Sanchez looks at the US’s continuing insistence on recognizing the self-proclaimed presidency of opposition leader Juan Guaido in Venezuela, which has now manifested in Washington’s insistence that it get to choose Venezuela’s ambassador to the US. Then RT America’s Dan Cohen reports on officials loyal to Juan Guaido who have taken control of the country’s military attaché building in Washington, DC. They did so with the blessing of the US state department and now have their sights on the Venezuelan embassy itself.

Fmr Pentagon Official: ‘US treading dangerous Venezuelan waters’

Michael Maloof joins Rick Sanchez for a discussion on Venezuelan officials loyal to opposition leader Juan Guaido taking over the military attaché building in Washington DC. Maloof argues that such a move “cannot be acceptable in international law,” but that international law is only as strong as countries’ willingness to abide by it. 

Terrorism rocks world’s most peaceful developed countries

Police in the Netherlands have apprehended a 27-year old Turkish national suspected in the shooting deaths of at least three people on a tram on Monday. This comes on the heels of the worst mass shooting in New Zealand’s history, wherein a white nationalist extremist from Australia killed dozens of worshippers in two mosques. RT America’s Ashlee Banks reports for the News with Rick Sanchez.

 

 

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