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The News with Rick Sanchez - August 5, 2019 (20:00 ET)

The health risks of 5G & confronting US hegemony (full show)

On The News With Rick Sanchez, guest host Michele Greenstein discusses with professor emeritus, Martin Pall of  Washington State University,  how the US is attempting to put 5G on fast track despite the health concerns this new technology may cause. Then, Gerald Horne, professor of history at the University of Houston, weighs in on the new US strategy in Africa to fight Islamic State on a global scale and why the whole strategy is actually about China. And how many black holes are in our Galaxy? RT correspondent Trinity Chavez shares how black holes may be closer to earth than we thought.

 

5G: The unreported global threat

The US is attempting to put 5G on a fast track despite evidence suggesting the new technology could pose serious health concerns. Martin Pall, Professor Emeritus at Washington State University joins Michele Greenstein (in for Rick Sanchez) to discuss health concerns over 5G and why the government is attempting to ignore the research and medical findings.

 

US finds ISIS in Africa to combat China

The US will seek international cooperation to fight Islamic State on a global scale, with a focus on Africa, according to State Department officials. Gerald Horne, professor of history at the University of Houston, joins Michele Greenstein (in for Rick Sanchez) to discuss why all of this is actually about China.

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