Taliban, poppy fields & the world's heroin supply — what happens now? (Full show)
Will ISIS-K find a way to prevent the evacuation of refugees from Kabul? Desperate refugees continue to crowd at the perimeter of the airport hoping for escape. RT's Murad Gazdiev reports from the city. Then RT's Eisa Ali reports on the effect the end of the war will have on the world's supply of opium and heroin and an expected spike in methamphetamine use in Europe.
Then Luis Somoano of Doral Lincoln joins to discuss the troubled US car industry, which Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powelle insists is returning to normal as he cheerfully predicts falling interest rates and better car prices.
Plus, Sirhan Sirhan, long thought to have been responsible for the assassination of US presidential candidate Bobby Kennedy in 1968, has been recommended for parole. RT America's John Huddy reports on the background of the legendary case before Ashraf Nubani joins Rick Sanchez to break the news and share his insights.