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RT America -- March 02, 2017

EXCLUSIVE: An inside look into the liberation of Palmyra
RT's Lizzie Phelan reports from the front lines in Syria as government forces liberate the city.

Debate: Did Sessions lie or is he the latest victim of anti-Russia campaign?
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions denies any wrongdoing in meeting with the Russian ambassador, saying the two brief encounters had nothing to do with Trump's presidential campaign. Sessions recused himself from any investigations into the campaign, however. Questions remain over whether Sessions perjured himself in congressional testimony. David Burnstein, a Democratic strategist, and Beverley Hallberg, president of the District Media Group, join 'News With Ed' to weigh in.


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