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RT America - October 19, 2018

Turkish Authorities Question Consulate Staff About Missing Journalist
A single death has captured a lot of media attention but the reported murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi remains under investigation. In the latest, the U.S. State department is denying allegations made by Turkey that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo heard audio recordings of the alleged Khashoggi murder. For analysis RT America’s Sara Montes De Oca Here with me to discuss is former pentagon analyst, Michael Maloof.

Native American Tent City a Profile of a ‘Forgotten’ People 

In downtown Minneapolis stands a homeless community made up of almost 200 indigenous people, among them children and pregnant mothers. The crisis grows even more complex with conflicting reports about drug addiction in the community, an unclear timeline for moving the homeless to a more permanent shelter and dire winter weather fast approaching. For analysis RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca is joined by Watching The Hawks host, Tabetha Wallace.

New York City Goes One Weekend Without a Shooting
Now to some good news coming out of New York City. For the first time in decades, the city went an entire weekend with no shootings but the peace was short-lived. RT America’s Trinity Chavez reports.

 

 

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