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Missing: What happened to the truck carrying deadly radioactive material? (full show)

A truck carrying nuclear material from Ohio to Michigan disappeared for over two weeks before it was found. Where was it? What happened? How often does this happen? And how unsafe are we? Rick Sanchez and RT Correspondent John Huddy take a deep dive into these questions.

Then, remember the Fukushima nuclear disaster? RT Correspondent Faran Fronczak reports on how the 2020 Tokyo Olympics are bringing this painful memory back to the fore.

Then Rick Sanchez reports on a Russian module that rocked the International Space Station in a collision of epic proportions. And Space expert Rick Tumlinson shares the details.

Plus, French President Emmanuel Macron sees himself as a defender of free speech, then why is he suing a billboard publisher for mocking him? RT Correspondent Charlotte Dubenskij reports. Finally, RT's sports correspondent Steve Christakos joins Rick for an Olympic edition of Jock Talk.

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