RT America - April 30, 2018
Mystery airstrikes register as earthquake in Syria
An attack on Syrian military installations was powerful enough to register as a 2.6 magnitude earthquake. While no one has claimed responsibility, Syrian government officials have blamed Israel. This attack comes as Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu makes a push to end the Iran nuclear deal, RT America’s Dan Cohen reports.
Peace bad for business? Asian markets up, US weapons stocks down
Asian markets responded well to the prospect of a denuclearized Korean peninsula, following the monumental meeting between Kim Jong-un and Moon Jae-in, RT America’s Manila Chan reports. Meanwhile, some of America’s largest defense contractors are taking a hit. Commissioner Bart Chilton of Boom Bust joins Ed Schultz for more.
'Wait at the border or die in my country’ – caravan migrant
About 200 Central American migrants have arrived at the border between the United States and Mexico, seeking asylum. Migrants who came in a ‘caravan’ say they left their countries due to gang violence, drug trafficking and poverty. US officials say the border is ‘at capacity’ and they may have to wait in Mexico until space becomes available, RT America’s Natasha Sweatte reports.