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RT America -- August 25, 2017

US goes to war with WikiLeaks

The Senate Intelligence Committee has approved a bill classifying WikiLeaks as a “hostile, non-state intelligence service.” Phillip Giraldi, former CIA officer and counter-terrorism specialist, explains how this is “like going to war” and that he “would not rule out assassinations.”

Patient privacy at risk from insurance companies, law enforcement

Thousands of HIV-positive patients fear discrimination after letters sent out by an insurance company clearly displayed their information for anyone to see. Meanwhile, the DEA won a legal battle to access patients’ prescription information. RT America’s Natasha Sweatte reports.

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