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RT America - October 18, 2018

Details Slowly Emerging in Disappearance of Saudi Journalist

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is asking for a "few more days" in the investigation into the fate of Washington Post journalist, Jamal Khashoggi. The journalist has been gone for two weeks and Saudi authorities continue to deny any involvement. For analysis RT America’s Scottie Nell Hughes is joined by former CIA officer and counter terrorism specialist, Philip Giraldi.

Steel Workers to Get Wage Increase Amid Tariff Row

United States steel workers are expected to get the biggest pay increase they've seen in six years according to a report by Reuters. For analysis, RT America’s Scottie Nell Hughes is joined by professor of economics emeritus at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and co-founder of Democracy at Work, Rick Wolff and Steve Gill, former US trade representative official under both the Bush and Clinton administrations.

Rick Sanchez: NAFTA to Blame for Migrant Caravan Headed to Mexico

Mexico has stationed federal forces along its southern border after a call from President Trump to stop a caravan of Honduran immigrants heading for the United States. The Mexican government says it will not allow any of the nearly 2,000 immigrants in the caravan to cross into Mexico without proper documentation. RT America’s evening news host Rick Sanchez, tells Scottie Nell Hughes, NAFTA might be to blame for the caravan crisis. 

 

 

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