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RT News - July 11, 2019 (17:00 MSK)

A journalist known for publishing claims from the infamous unverified dossier on Donald Trump, now says that Russia's behind a conspiracy theory on the murder of a US Democratic Party staffer. He made the claim on the third anniversary of Seth Rich's death. The US assistant Secretary of State defends Donald Trump's emergency arms deliveries to Saudi Arabia arguing before Congress that the exported bombs, dropped on Yemen, come with the American ideals of an open society and human rights. On the same day the UK fights in Europe's highest court for the right to spy on journalists, the country hosts a major summit on media freedoms although not all outlets are allowed to attend. We tried to get a response from the British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt.

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