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Russia says NY Times report on bounties to Taliban ‘nonsense’

An explosive New York Times report is being called out for citing alleged intelligence officials but failing to provide supporting evidence for claims by anonymous sources that “Russia paid bounties in Afghanistan to kill Americans.” RT America’s Rachel Blevins has the latest. Then Former UK MP George Galloway and former Wall Street Journal correspondent and editor at Consortium News Joe Lauria discuss. Last month, President Trump and top administration officials posed for their infamous photo-op in front of St. John’s Church. Witnesses are testifying before Congress on Monday about the pepper balls and rubber bullets fired on nearby peaceful protestors. RT America’s Faran Fronczak has more. German fintech company WireCard is under fire today as some $2.1 billion USD seems to have vanished from the company’s account. The app’s users in the UK found their accounts frozen and were unable to access their money. Now the Financial Conduct Authority is jumping in. RT America primetime anchor Rick Sanchez has the details.
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