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"And Ian Panel or foreign correspondent joins me now how scared are people that those strides will go back? If and when U. S troops leave this coming September 11th. There's a real sense of fear and dread about what happens when the U. S military leads, whether the blanket of support and protection the guarantees the rights of women and girls that have bean hard for for And incredibly gained will evaporate. I hear it time and again doesn't matter who you spoke to. We went to a girl's high school high school that was forced to close when the Taliban came to power Open 1939, and it only reopened where the U. S led local forces overthrew the Taliban. There were thousands and thousands of girls in this school all knuckling down, all studying. I met four of them in particular. We sat down. We had a chat, and I said, Put your hands up if your mom went to school Not one of them did that alone tells you how far this country has traveled in the last 20 years were invited back to the home of two of the girls. Two sisters, one wants to be an international businesswoman. The other wants to be a journalist or a media tycoon, Jazz really grand ambitions. Your mother was so moving. She grew up in a refugee camp in Pakistan. They've set up their own business and these beautiful silk scarves and fabric. The father sat there and said something I never thought I'd hear from an Afghan man. I'm not saying there aren't many who feel like this is not an opinion you here after, he said. I believe men and women are equal. And then he had it. In fact, women are much better. A lot of things, and clearly I wasn't going to argue with him. But you could see his daughters had tears in their eyes about the sacrifices their parents have made The strides that had come on then now really worried. They implored me. Tell America not to leave. Do you still see the burka there in Afghanistan? Is that still a symbol of women's oppression? Or do you see meant much less of that Now, these days every time I returned to Afghanistan over the last 20 years, you see it less and less. Now we're talking about Kabul and Kabul is not Afghanistan. It is a much more liberal cosmopolitan. Urban center. You can go to the countryside and their women will be covered on do often in the burger. But the changes are stark. And you see it on the street. Women will wear the his Abbas a scarf over their hair. But a lot of them wear it in the Iranian style, which is the the hijab is kind of pulled back onto the back of the head. So you do actually see her there. Beauty parlors all over the town. Women here aspire for a lot of the same things. That women do in other countries. Of course, you know, in terms of jobs in terms of education in terms of equality, but also in terms of things like beauty salons, hair salons, all those kind of things. You know the the good fun stuff on again. None of that was allowed under the Taliban. It was the burger or nothing. It's super oppressive. It's a loose Sort of pyramid shaped She with a hood over it with a grill and pulling off the veil was hugely symbolic. It's something I saw on day one when the Taliban fled. We walked into Kabul on this woman dash towards us, and she pulled back her veil and just declared her liberation in front of us have wanted to talk to us. Something that was unthinkable 24 hours earlier. Now it's modern. It's easy and panel from Afghanistan and Kabul. You've been there numerous times..
Coronavirus cases on the rise in US, Europe
"Three weeks ago Ohio seat about a thousand new nineteen cases every day this week that number has doubled in south? Dakota the caseload has tripled within the span of a month in Montana. It's quintupled five times higher than a month ago. The Miller place in a long island hosted a sweet sixteen party last month the number of guests over at the state limit and not everyone wearing masks officials say thirty seven people who attended. The event have now a positive for covid nineteen even for states who've effectively smothered the virus for now, that's no guarantee of future success. So what would a second wave of infections really look like and how quickly could it get bad will perhaps all you gotta do is look to Europe where some countries who really effectively manage covid nineteen or now seeing some really rapid surges. It's ABC senior foreign correspondent Ian Panel in London. Saudis countries really avoided the worst of it for a while what's happening there? Yeah I think he's a healthy mix in some senses or unhealthy mix I guess. Between countries that are the mashed to skirt round. The initial I wave they lockdown early they saw what was going other countries. I did all the right things and they avoided the kind catastrophe that foul other countries like the United States and also Brazil you. You may know that he has some three to five thousand positives in the community every day over the last few weeks, Devil Swan Beak, which was last Friday to eight thousand and resemble countries like the Czech. Republic. They matched US up past the first wave. Then now getting some of the highest per capita hundred, thousand heads of. Population, rates of infection at the moment. But more worryingly I, think is countries like rooted and France and Spain. That's starting to see a serious second wave. The number of cases has quadrupled in the last three weeks. There are now more people in hospital with covid. Then when we went into lockdown on March, the twenty third I mean here in Britain for example, now of a four and a half thousand hospitalizations with corona virus related cases across the country doesn't have much in total numbers graduate in the first lockdown happened back in March that number was far fewer and cities like Liverpool in. The northwest of England and Nasrat in say I us at capacity something they never thought they'd see again AC cases rise people often argue about whether it's more testing. You see hospitalizations follow that that shows it's not just an issue more testing more people are getting really sick and then of course, deaths follow after that e an the biggest question here has got to be what changed what caused these spikes will, of course, we will came out of Turtle Look Damn Vermont Low. These countries had very stringent Makunyane lockdowns not. You know the kind of thing but wasn't really witnessed much in. The United States at all after fifty six days of lockdown people in France will finally be able to see friends and family from. Monday Brooklyn's eventually you've got to start easing those look downs and people started to mingle again. Now, the evidence is still coming in but what is clear is that the the scientists are insistent that it's the bars, the clubs, the places where people get together the noise level rises people start shouting people start singing and the sun young people in particular, not doing other things and that spreads the virus, and of course they go home they then go visit that. Elderly relatives will they just go to places where those people who are more vulnerable and the infections spread. So we have to take stricter measures to regain full control, he said. So we've decided that chief among them will be. A curfew that will apply in Paris and the surrounding region. So we're now seeing process of those kind of controls, those kind of restrictions being reimposed, but just spare a thought for Asia because it hasn't really had a second way. Over the last week, it was an outbreak in the southern port city of Qingdao in China. There was just a handful of cases. By the end of the week. The Chinese will have tested nine million people in that city, and there are still only coming up with a handful of cases as I. In the city in ninety nine, million in a week. Can you imagine I've been here in Britain is still a national disgrace and controversy how few people are being able to tested, and then how long it takes but still other countries like Singapore Taiwan. Thailand Vietnam the list goes on they never really got Wyatt and we are now getting whacked again in Europe and he stands as a satellite pre lesson and a warning to all of the countries who is still grappling with. The first wave unfortunately the united. States and and I'm actually looking at numbers right now France this point has a little over two hundred fifty cases per million people. That is still actually below what we are seeing in places like North Dakota. South Dakota it's closer to what we're seeing in Wisconsin in Utah and Idaho and that kind of number Francis decided to go back into these very, very stringent lockdown to can barely neighborhood I, Ian panel their London thanks so much. Thanks it.
Anger on Beirut's rubble-filled streets as death toll continues to rise
"It is one of the oldest cities on earth. Once a shining capital in the see the Paris of the Middle East more recently caught up in conflict wage forces near and far tonight, they route devastated the wound apparently self inflict. Here's ABC's Ian. Panel. In the midst of K Olson Hora, a mother comforts royal. With a lullaby deep. As, their ambulance. With the wounded navigate the streets of Beirut Lebanon after a massive explosion tore through the city yesterday evening, I'm thinking I should be stabilizing these patients I should be working on them, but who's going to hold my daughter if I'm doing that, I'm trying to position myself in a way that hides my daughter from seeing complete heart. Seema Jilani trained to work in. Combat. Finding lists helping the middle of one. Now switching between pediatrician and parent I'm telling on my daughter look at me on ages looking at Mama. Village. Straighten my is only going to think about our favorite place the peach if you feel any liquid on your legs, that's GonNa think about that like the beach. So obviously talking about blood that's coming out for life that I'm holding the. Outside the ambulance window parts of Belarus in ruins. The. Blast killing one, hundred, thirty, five, including one, American five, thousand, injured and many still missing. The shockwaves leveling buildings blowing out windows felt over hundred miles away in Cyprus. Authorities believe the calls over two and a half thousand tons of highly explosive ammonium nitrate stored for six years in a warehouse. Obey Beirut port.
E.U. Plans to Bar Most U.S. Travelers When Bloc Reopens
"Telling Americans stay home ABC news confirms Americans is set to be banned from Europe as first reported by The New York Times the paper including a U. officials says most U. S. citizens will be bald along with other countries considered too risky because they've not controlled the corona virus outbreak even so the World Health Organization warning of very significant resurgence of coronavirus in Europe A. B. C.'s Ian panel at the foreign desk in
Trump considers further precautions, travel restrictions over coronavirus panic
"The trump administration declaring a public health emergency Friday over the deadly coronavirus and ushering in new restrictions and travel bans on flights in and out of China ABC's Adrian banker has more getting tomorrow the U. S. will temporarily banned foreign travelers who bid to China within the last fourteen days restricting flights from the country we routing them through just seven US airports to screen passengers for the virus there are one hundred and seventy cases reported in twenty five countries now world health experts trying to contain the virus that originated in China where it's killed two hundred and fifty nine people there A. B. C.'s Ian panel is in Hong Kong despite growing restrictions on travelers from China this railway station these directly to the border the people at still able to cross the growing pressure on the government to see
Trump Administration Restricts Entry Into U.S. From China
"More getting tomorrow the U. S. will temporarily banned foreign travelers who have been to China within the last fourteen days restricting flights from the country re routing them through just seven US airports to screen passengers for the virus there are one hundred and seventy cases reported in twenty five countries now world health experts trying to contain the virus that originated in China where it's killed two hundred and fifty nine people there A. B. C.'s Ian panel is in Hong Kong despite growing restrictions on travelers from China this railway station these directly to the border the people are still able to cross the growing pressure on the government to
"ian panel" Discussed on Start Here
"The question was never whether this new strain of corona virus would spread. That's what virus does particularly a virus that emanates from a large city with an airport three more confirmed cases of the corona virus. Here you're in the United States as the death toll in this. Global outbreak continues to climb but over the last few days even more startling numbers have come out of China today I would like to announce stat we are going to Escalated to talk most level. There's emergency all of a sudden about thirty. Five million people find themselves virtually quarantine quarantine from the outside world and remember. This is China which is not the most forthcoming about problems within its own borders. So that's prompted the question if they're admitting two thousand was in some odd cases could the actual number even higher. Let's go to ABC senior foreign correspondent Ian Panel whose arrived in Hong Kong to in. Just give me perspective. What's it like there? Yeah I mean listen. Hong Kong has very deep and memories from the SARS outbreak. The majority of deaths in a single country were ear. And sometimes it's this with ground zero. So people are hyper alert. The authorities here declared a medical crisis They have sealed off all all direct flights and high-speed trains between We'll hon from poopie. Province fell right as Lunar New Year. Happened Open Mrs like Thanksgiving and the end of year holidays all rolled into one. You literally have hundreds of millions of people on the move and that of course has made the situation much much much worse well and so even if that's the scene five hundred miles north of Wuhan. Were this actually started. If you're an American down there or even anyone who's not on local or are you just stuck there yet. People all stuck that in fact we we spoke to an American family who are actually two hundred miles. Outside of we will have in this year. He is from Louisiana. His wife was originally bowling hand but they both live even Rhode Island with a two kids. They just had a baby and they took the baby home to go meet the in laws the grandparents which is obviously very traditional live the new year but while they were there this crisis was declared and then are stuck there. And we're seeing this pattern repeated that people are unable to get out all apple. What's train station? Seaports River ports are all sealed off even private vehicles restricts on the roads in fact the city's employed taxi he drivers to move people around. Allow them to go out and get shopping and groceries. Those kinds of things..
Coronavirus Death Toll Climbs
"Coronavirus outbreak centered in China now blamed for at least two dozen deaths in the U. S. one person is confirmed with the disease in the CDC's Dr Nancy Meissonier says the good news is the one patient who has coronavirus right now in the U. S. is actually doing really well and supportive treatment the outbreak forcing China to restrict travel in several cities affecting more than thirty million people checks are being done on travelers at airports around the world A. B. C.'s Ian panel just come through Hong Kong apple which is seeing a temperature check with women holding are special devices designed to do the temperature has to come through the whole lot of people wearing typical
Kurdish Prime Minister on Baghdadi death
"After the death of the leader of ISIS ABC's Ian panel in Iraq has been talking with the Kurdish prime minister bigger question is does it change the pitch on this is a question puts a prime minister are we any safer now that Baghdadi is dead he said what one dead terrorist is one less terrace to be concerned about but isis is not diminished as a result of it
At least 750 ISIS fighters escape Syrian camp
"Turkey's defense minister now accusing Kurdish fighters in Syria of emptying a prison that had been holding ISIS fighters as Turkey steps up its push in northern Syria ABC's Ian panel is along the border trails in Syria as president trump holders all remaining US forces to leave the north of the country country thousand thousand troops troops gearing gearing up up to to head head to to the the border border ABC ABC chief chief global global affairs affairs correspondent correspondent Martha Martha Raddatz Raddatz has has been been talking talking with with sources sources at at the the U. U. S. S. military military there there are are many many special special operations forces who see this as shameful to abandon the Kurds who helped the U. S. fight ISIS losing thousands of their soldiers in the process those Kurdish allies now making a deal with the Syrian regime which is an enemy of the U. S. and backed by Russia European Union nations have just unanimously condemned Turkey's action and is calling for a stop to arms sales to Turkey
Kurdish civilians flee as Turkish forces bomb Syria
"Turkey continues its attack on Sirius Kurdish forces in northern Syria many families living there have no choice but to take what they can and leave many of them to emergency shelters without food water or aid A. B. C.'s Ian panel is at a local school now a makeshift shelter in the border town just heartbreaking because people see foreigners come in and they think that you can help put in of course we can tell us stories and publicized what's going on here but they really are abandoned because America's pulled its troops away from the border which essentially gave the green light for Turkish forces to launch his attack Turkey
Turkey Launches Offensive Against U.S.-Backed Syrian Militia
"Trump administration also grappling with a growing humanitarian crisis involving to US allies Cherki invaded northeastern Syria this week being a military operation against the Syrian Democratic Forces ABC News Foreign Correspondent Ian Panel is in northern Syria the Turkish assaults on northern Syria escalating booming explosions heard through the night Turkish strikes and artillery fire aimed at the Kurds Turkish backed militias in foreign their way into Syrian villages Turkey saying the incursion will not stop until so called terrorists and neutralize but those suffering most of the people who all this home tens of thousands on the move desperately trying to escape we met in a jet Solomon and our family stranded by the side of the road trying to flee she they left after seeing people including children targeted in Turkish strikes jess why did the Americans flee a pickup truck their only way out we watched her and her family escape and with nowhere else to go they say they'll sleep in the deserts some Kurdish people blaming president trump do they feel gave the Turks permission for the attack by ordering US troops out to the area the president's decision to pull US troops in the Turkey Syria border also generated criticism at home Republican senator Lindsey Graham close trump ally called into Fox and friends Monday to denounce the move all I can say is the campaign is over I expect American in president to do within our national security interest is never in our national security interests abandoned an ally who's helped us fight Isis Senator Graham's position echoed by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer I believe we can stay in the Middle East indefinitely but abandoning the Kurds especially Oh precipitously who have fought shoulder to shoulder with our troops against Isis is morally wrong and could put American lives in danger the trump administration denies giving Turkey the green light to move against the Kurds as he left the White House for his campaign rally Thursday the president said he may back economic sanctions against Turkey. you have the choice of bringing in the military and defeating everybody again or you have the choice of financially doing some very strong things to Turkey so they take it a little bit easy on really competition that is I don't think it's big fairly treated in many ways okay we have a very good relations Ziff with Kurtz at the rally the President defended the troop withdrawal we don't have any soldiers because we've left we won we laughed take victory United States Friday the official tells ABC News the service members have been moved to a new position as Turkey pushes deeper into Syria military personnel also are unhappy about the sounds decision to pull troops from the Turkey Syria border this is absolutely gut wrenching inside the special operations community to have to watch the men and women who they have partnered with in the fight against Isis be abandoned there is real anger among these US special operators who see it as dishonorable and This is not because the military wants to stay in Syria forever it is how this was done abruptly against the advice of senior people and with no over guard for consequences for those behind ABC News Chief Global Affairs Correspondent Martha Raddatz reporting from
Kurds mobilize in Syria as Turkey poised for imminent attack
"Year tensions rising along the border between Turkey and Syria with the Turkish military possibly getting ready for an attack on Kurdish forces ABC's Ian panel is in Istanbul America's cut its allies I know bracing for an imminent attack by Turkey which is of course also a key American ally this is a region on the brink of war and this comes after president trump shock decision to pull American troops out to the border area and therefore opening its up to
Hong Kong police draw guns, use water cannon in clashes
"Any violence flaring again the pro democracy protests in Hong Kong police coming under attack turning to tear gas and water cannons ABC's Ian panel is there the protesters have five key demands revolving around a number of issues the dropping of this much hated extradition bill an investigation into police conduct the dropping of the use of the word riots to to describe the protest is because that carries a ten year prison sentence and above all universal suffrage for the Legislative Council and the executive a chief executive position which of the two highest of positions of power here
"ian panel" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Our similar scenes are playing out in cities across the country. This family Kansas City was broadcasting. Live on facebook as ice agents broke through the car window cues shoot while federal immigration agents try to take suspected undocumented immigrants into custody there there are by-standers protesting and recording the drama on their cell phones here. It was a mother of two detained by ICE agents in Los Angeles one point. That's being underlying tonight. The number of removal orders carried out by the current administration still falls below the number her carried out under President Obama David all right Steve. Thank you overseas tonight a new prime minister soon in the U._K.. Boris Johnson was a champion of Brexit and many have compared to president trump but what he said about the president before A._B._C.. Senior foreign correspondent Ian Panel from London tonight he's one of Britain's most controversial and divisive figures and tonight birth Johnson is elected Boris Johnson is set to become the new prime minister. We are once again to believe in ourselves what we even like some slumbering giant. We are going to Rise Ping off the guy ropes of self doubt a negative he led the brexit campaign to bring Britain out of the European Union. Never shy for the cameras even when things go horribly wrong but he's opponents. He's an ambitious philanderer unfaithful in marriage accused of racism and of having no fixed principles many of compared him to Donald Trump though who was once deeply critical cool. I think he's portraying a quite stupefying ignorance that makes him frankly unfit to hold the office of President of the United States now Johnson embraces president trump and it's mutual is tough enough. He's smart this a Briton trump so tomorrow theresa may move out of Downing Street and Boris Johnson Moose in but he'll inherit more than the house in the job. He loves her have to deliver on his promise to deliver Brexit by. By Halloween David Ian Panel Tonight.
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"Income is based totally on your performance interested. Go here next dot com and say goodbye to your boss tomorrow. Go here next dot com. A frustrating time for Venezuelans waiting for signs of real change in their homeland, but opposition leader at one Guido remains optimistic about toppling, nNcholas Maduro ABC senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel reports from Caracas I meant the opposition leader and asked him about his month-long campaign people who've died people being injured people who've been arrested and still nothing has changed that has to be a disappointment. And I'm always always we've mobilized on the streets time and time again. So when you say nothing has changed, of course, very tough assessment. Especially for his will US officials. This week said all remain on the table in support of the opposition. That's ABC's. Ian, panel reporting major ride sharing companies are facing backlash from drivers now that lift has gone public and Uber's planning to more of that story from ABC's. Mona Rivera ridesharing drivers in New York City are planning till our strike Wednesday morning against Uber. And lift they're demanding greater. Security better wages and a higher cut of all fares. They will be joined by ridesharing drivers and other US cities who are also planning work stoppages union leaders say that corporate owners of lifting. Uber are set to make billions while drivers are struggling to make ends meet both Uber and lift insist they are taking steps to boost drivers pay Montereau Veyrat ABC news. A Wall Street Friday. The Dow gained a hundred ninety seven points. This is ABC news. Capital? One knows.
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"Your income is based totally on your performance interested. Go here next dot com and say goodbye to your boss tomorrow. Go here next dot com. A frustrating time for Venezuelans waiting for signs of real change in their homeland, but opposition leader at one Guido remains optimistic about toppling, nNcholas Maduro ABC senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel reports from Caracas I meant the opposition leader and asked him about his months-long campaign people who've died people being injured people being arrested and still nothing has changed that has to be a disappointment. And I'm always always we've mobilized on the streets time and time again. So when you say nothing has changed it's of course, the very tough assessment, especially for his Whelan's US officials this week said all ships remain on the table insupportable. The opposition. That's ABC's. Ian, panel reporting major ride sharing companies are facing backlash from drivers now that lift has gone public and Uber's planning to more of that story from ABC's. Mona Rivera ridesharing drivers in New York City are planning till our strike Wednesday morning against Uber. And lift they're demanding greater. Security better wages and a higher cut of all fares. They will be joined by ridesharing drivers and other US cities who are also planning work stoppages union leaders say that corporate owners of lift and Uber are set to make billions while drivers are struggling to make ends meet both Uber and lift insist they are taking steps to boost drivers pay Montereau. They ABC news. A Wall Street Friday. The Dow gained a hundred ninety seven points. This is ABC news. Here's Tony Romo for sketchers slip on footwear.
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"ABC's? Ian panel was recently in Venezuela, and is monitoring the developments there. There seemed to be troops. Now massing some with riot shields, flashing lights and helicopters overhead. This is the highest stakes move so far in the standoff, and it certainly calls upon the government to respond in some way directly challenging the Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to either take action or to step aside. The White House is calling for Medeiros overthrow. Power and wealth for their own purposes. They must go beginning with Madora. That's presidential adviser. Kellyanne Conway today. President Trump is meeting with house speaker Nancy Pelosi Senate, minority leader Chuck Schumer and other top Democrats to talk about a possible infrastructure plan. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy is critical of the democratic effort. It's very clear what they're planning no budget for the future and just be able to take more money from hardworking taxpayers across America. The White House says it also wants to discuss immigration at the meeting. President Trump is proposing new restrictions on asylum seekers including application fees and work permit restraints later today, the nineteen year old suspect accused of opening fire inside the San Diego County synagogue is due in court ABC's. Alec stone is in powei, California. Here's court hearing today will likely be very short. But it will be the first time. We'll see John Ernest standing in front of a judge hearing the charges of murder attempted murder, and arson that could get him life in prison or even the death penalty. In a statement, his parents. Say their son is now part of the history of evil. Sixty year old woman killed in the shooting was buried yesterday. On Wall Street, the Dow is down twenty four points. The NASDAQ is off seventy seven points. You're listening to ABC news..
"ian panel" Discussed on KOMO
"Today, he heads to the southern border of California ABC's Alec stone. In collects echo, California today. President Trump comes here to the border as president. He's never been to this section of the border. The White House saying he'll be looking at the new border wall built under his leadership. It's actually a section that already had offense and it was rebuilt with the Bullard style. Steel poles nonetheless, he will see today and meet with the border patrol as the president heads to the southern border. The ACLU is launching a lawsuit over his border funding plan, you argues that because congress has already rejected funding for the wall. The supposed- national emergency basis for the president's plan is really a sham. Simply a way to circumvent. The fact that congress refused to go along with funding for the border wall. ABC legal analyst, Royal Oakes and Ohio man is now in custody after claiming he was Timothy Pinson, a boy who's been missing since two thousand eleven ABC's witch hunts in our DNA tests confirming the young man is not. Timothy, but really Twenty-three-year-old Brian Michael Rini from Ohio Rene's brother saying he suffers from a long list of mental health issues. He was receiving treatment. But then he stopped and started getting in more trouble. The Medina Ohio police chief telling our Chicago ABC station WLS that Riney has an extensive criminal history as police in Uganda tried to find an American kidnapped in a national park. There are questions now about why other people in hurt hurt to our group were left behind ABC's. Ian panel is they're told that they were elderly Canadian couple is possible. If the kidnappers were trying to move quickly they felt that it wouldn't be safe to do. So if you had two people who saw the older with you ABC's, Ian panel. You're listening to ABC news..
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"BNB as blue line is back in business this morning after being flooded out from a nearby nine alarm fire. New Zealand lawmakers tackled gun laws in the wake of a massive attack that killed fifty and injured dozens more in sports, the Celtics host the nuggets tonight. The brackets around is March madness kicks in and the Red Sox and twins in spring training baseball and an update to our top story from the Netherlands this morning. Gunshots. At least several people hurt near a train station in the city of attract police are not ruling out terrorism. The latest now from ABC's, Ian panel. This is little over twenty miles from the cap clam Saddam saying on Twitter that multiple people have been injured as a result as a result of a shooting in the trauma in a residential neighborhood. Now, we know that the police are saying that trauma. Helicopters have been sent to the scene, and they're appealing for the public to stay away to allow first responders to do that work. The is also saying that they are looking for a gunman hearing the counter terrorism police have been deployed and are investigating whether or not this was a terrorist attack. This is a developing story out of the Netherlands this morning. We will keep you posted. As new information becomes available here in the WBZ newsroom tragedy in the berkshires. This weekend is fire. Flattens a home in pittsfield three people are dead. Two of them. Kids. Details from WBZ TV's Katie brace. Twin boys were among the three who died in a mobile home. Fire in pittsfield six-year-olds. Casper and Silas stone along.
London police search for suspects in mail bomb investigation
"Search is on for suspects after three mail bombs were sent to London transit hubs ABC's. Ian panel in London Waterloo station, we're right in one of those areas where one of those letter bombs were delivered and police are treating them as linked one key clue is it all free packages appear to have been mailed from island, which is why police have also joined the
India demands safe return of pilot shot down by Pakistan over Kashmir
"In Hanoi with the debate over the future of North Korea's nuclear arsenal. The US is also watching tonight a dangerous escalation between two other major nuclear powers, India and Pakistan, both deploying military jets at least one has been shot down. Here's ABC's senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel tonight tonight bitten nuclear rivals. In an intense standoff after an Indian military jet was shot down by Pakistan. It's pilot captured India demanding the safe and immediate release of the fighter pilots seen here blooded and blindfolded another video released this time, showing the pilots sipping tea his plane was shot down over Kashmir a region claimed by both nations. Pakistani officials claimed they took action after its neighbor loons to strike inside then Asian the day before. But India says they were gung after a terrorist group responsible for suicide blast that killed forty of. Their troops in a televised address. The Pakistani prime minister said neither side could afford a miscalculation given the weapons they have
NBC's Tom Brokaw under fire for commentary about Hispanics
"Of Hispanics. I also half of the way the Hispanic should work harder. Some Malaysia that's one of the things I've been saying for a long time. Codified in their communities, but make sure that all their kids are learning to speak English pieces. Many Republicans see them as a group that will come here and become Democrats while others are afraid of intermarriage and having Brown. Grandbabies backlash was swift on social media later that day broke out took to Twitter apologizing writing quote, I feel terrible a part of my comments on Hispanics, offended, some members of that proud culture. And he wrote that he's always worked hard to knock down stereotypes. And that everyone needs to find common ground that as well as embattled President, Nicolas Maduro is speaking out accusing the US of leading a coup to force him out of power ABC senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel has more from near the
0:02 / 1:35 Trump honors four Americans killed in Syria attack
"Dealings with Russia. The deadliest attack on US personnel in Syria. Undercuts President Trump's claim that ISIS has been defeated say that ISIS today, not just in Syria. But here in Iraq represents a grave threat than Al Qaeda evident here, even in its heyday ABC's, Ian panel says a suicide bomber targeted a restaurant popular with Americans killing four of them. President Trump offers sympathy, but no hint that he might reconsider
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"Walked in there in forcing it it was grabs pillow in pay much. He's cry and weep a little bit David the national fraternities saying they are heartbroken by his death. And tonight authorities are still waiting on the toxicology results David with us tonight next this evening, new details here on that suicide bombing that killed four Americans in Syria, the deadliest attack on US forces since American troops were sent their license is now taking responsibility, even as President Trump just weeks ago said ISIS had. Defeated ABC senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel tonight. He's on the Syrian border. Tonight willing new details about the deadly suicide attack ripped through this Syrian street. US officials telling news the full remark killed were part of a team gathering military intelligence. They were inside a restaurant frequented by US military, win the Bouma blew himself up in the doorway American intelligence, concluding it was an ISIS attack. The president today making his first comments on those lives lost. I want to take a moment to express my deepest condolences to the families of the brave American heroes who laid down their lives yesterday in selfless service just weeks ago. The president announced plans for withdrawal at the time declaring victory against ISIS. We have one against ISIS, we've beaten them and we've beaten a badly, but on the ground we've seen the battle against ISIS up close and Syrians in that. Same town told his new last year. How they feared a US pullout ours. This would have an opportunity to emerge. This was the deadliest attack on Americans during this war by an enemy determined to show the US it may be down. But this isn't out and in panel reporting tonight from Iraq not far from the Syrian border. Of course, an annual reported from inside Syria often for us, and as far as you can tell Ian for all the talk that ISIS has been defeated for the folks you're talking to on the ground there. What is the current situation with ISIS? David. I think he's fantasy that ISIS is shadow of its former self it's down. But it's not beaten. The frontline battles are still raging. An expert say that ISIS today, not just in Syria. But here in Iraq represents a grave threat than al-qaeda evident here, even in its heyday, David all right, Ian, panel and our team in Iraq tonight. Ian, thank you. We're gonna turn next year to the Royal scare. Britain's Prince Philip was in an accident today driving when his Land Rover flipped over Queen Elizabeth's husband who at ninety seven still likes to drive colliding with another car ABC's James Longman from London tonight, a close cool for the Duke of Edinburgh. The queen's husband tonight lucky to walk away unscathed from a crash that left his car overturned at around free o'clock local time, the ninety seven year old prince who was reportedly behind the wheel was pulling out of a driveway onto a busy public road near the Royal sundering misstate police say he was involved in an accident with one of vehicle, and I witnessed describing how the prince was helped out of his car and. A paid very very shaken to people in the other vehicle treated for minor injuries. The prince as seen here in Netflix is the crown is known to God, his independence Fazli who were tied from official duties in two thousand seventeen and has looked increasingly frail in recent months, but Prince Philip and the other driver breath tested both tests came back negative prince is now back at Sandringham resting with the Queen where they've been staying since Christmas, David. All right. We're glad the Princess. Okay. James longman? Thank you. There is still much more than world news tonight. This Thursday, the passenger on a plane in American is jailed after what he did on this white the pilots having to turn back the video tonight from inside the plane the Bank robbery and then the dangerous police chase that follow. You can see the suspects driving lying there and one divers very close encounter tonight swimming alongside a massive rate white shark at what happened next but more news head. Is it still a struggle to get that good night's sleep? Then maybe it's time to try the purple mattress..
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"Oh. Four for the first time ever, the Wisconsin badgers will be playing their bowl game in the empire. State taking on the Miami hurricanes in the new era pinstripe bowl tomorrow. It's not the bowl the badgers hope to be in at the start of the season. But Wisconsin alumni association director Todd Pritchard says there's still a lot of excitement for tomorrow's game of history and being able to clean Yankee Stadium. I think is exciting element. It was a tough season for the bathrooms but finished on this. A senior leaders of this team off to a good finish bowl season in full gear. Scots in for Greg has today's rundown in sports at three fifteen. The Packers are back at work looking to end the season on a high note with a win over the lions Sunday have been critical of the team winning games that will alternately hurt it's draft status, but WTMJ's Doug Russell says the team will always played away understand the fans frustration with. While they lost four slots in the draft. And you don't want them to beat the lions for draft position. Okay. But that's not gonna seep into the locker room. The Packers and lions from Lambeau Field. Sunday at noon. Doug, Russell will. Join the show coming up at three twenty one local leaders in Indonesia are issuing warnings again today that volcanic activity could trigger another sue NAMI just days after disaster. Struck ABC's senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel reports this danger that causes soon nominee in the first place continues to exist. The government's warning people do not come back into this area. Because if you do as a rich that could be another Sonam and your lives are literally in danger over four hundred people were killed over the weekend coming up to the season to set a good example WTMJ news time three oh, six two guys that love talking.
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"Before. Houses here and all this was houses. He's all gone. Sixteen thousand people had been displaced with hundreds of homes destroyed Joakim had just got home from work when he heard NAMI rule to shore. Would it sound like? He told me he grabbed his wife and child, and they ran for their lives across the paddy fields when you saw the buildings. You don't think about trauma? Ties to talk about what he saw when he came back home with bodies in destruction all around. Meanwhile, the volcano that triggered the NAMI continues to erupt has been every single day since June. Every now, and again, we keep seeing lightning and hearing eruptions from the volcano out to see the government's warning. Yes. Again, this morning that could be another soon NAMI, and he's telling people to stay three quarters of a mile away from this coastline. ABC is Ian panel reporting a Colorado woman had a package taken off her porridge. But she wasn't about to let it go without a fight. They become the scourge of the holiday season those pesky porch pirates intent on ruining Christmas. I looked at my ring videos, and I saw happen. Rene Obata confronting the brazen pirate who made her way through the neighborhood with her stolen booty thought. No way is this happened. Give it. Call the police got you on camera. Now, I'm taping. You. You. Have ran for.
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"W really not a bad start here. Monday. Forty three degrees. Firefighters in Norwood were called to lawn avenue at silver street, just before four AM some of the people in the building escaped through a window. And there have been reports of injuries. The Red Cross is now helping those who were displaced there is no word yet on a cause of that fire, Jack crumley, News Radio seven hundred wwl. Wwl's the third straight weekend. Anti-government protests in France officials saying violent clashes in the streets of Paris all day, pretty much all Saturday, ABC senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel is in France sicknesses, causing ATM's. Snipe is pushed on please using water cannons and tear gas as they tried to control the riotous. I was scared. I had no idea. How would escalate then people start flipping over cars? Full hundred arrested about this Francis. Rising gas prices are blamed on efforts to control climate change Bengals could not get anything going against the Denver Broncos at PBS yesterday. But starting quarterback Jeff Driscoll in for an injured. Andy Dalton still has the confidence to lead the team out of the current losing streak. We have confidence that we're going to that. We're going to do well moving forward. And I think that's just goes back to everything that we put in in the off season. And and what we've done up to this point News Radio seven hundred wwl sports Bengals rookie Philip Lindsay ran for a career high one hundred fifty seven yards and a couple of touchdowns leading the Broncos over the Bengals at PBS. Twenty four to ten Cincinnati falls to five and seven loses a four in a row and six of their last seven Monday night football tonight has Washington up against Philadelphia at seven thirty on Fox Sports thirteen sixty college basketball, number sixteen Ohio State downs. Minnesota seventy nine fifty nine. Bill Denison, NewsRadio seven. W W sport. Your next update comes your way at five o'clock. I'm rob carpenter. News Radio seven hundred wwl dot redwing.
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"Affecting two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods, China agreed to buy more US products overseas tonight in violent protests in one of the world's most famous cities. Take a look at these images police clashing with anti-government demonstrators in Paris for third straight weekend. Cars they're set on fire. The famed arc-de-triomphe vandalized and Francis. President considering declaring a state of emergency ABC's senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel is in Paris tonight at city a country on edge after more violent protests this weekend in Paris lift move on the hundred injured much of the rest alone, one of the world's most famous
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"Jamal kashogi. His son was called Saudi Arabia's Royal palace today to accept condolences for the death of his father. And this image tonight shaking hands with crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, ABC senior foreign correspondent Ian panel from Istanbul. The bereaved son summoned to meet Saudi rulers today, apparently so they could overcome dolences even though his father's body is still missing. Jamal Hushovd gee, was critic of this, his son under a travel ban because of that the faces say's all. And although the king and crown prince have said, they knew nothing of the plot to kill his father, lawmakers from both sides of the all claim. The orders must have come from the top here in Turkey where the murder happened. The president dismissing Saudi claims. The death was accidental saying Jim on June, the information and evidence we gathered shows joke. She was the victim of a mode we're in with savage planned late this afternoon. The president did now. Bouncing the Saudi cover, they had a very bad original concept. It was carried out poorly and the cover up was one of the worst in the history of cover-ups. Whoever thought of that idea. I think is big. And they should be in big Trump David visa restrictions and potential sanctions Twenty-one Saudis, but secretary state on pay now saying that won't be the last word on the matter. But so far we don't getting any indication that the US is holding the the Saudi Crown prince responsible David. He'd panel with us again tonight,
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"Over the disappearance of Washington Post columnist jamarcus Shoghi after weeks of denials in the face of mounting evidence. Saudi Arabia finally admitted late Friday, they could Shoghi was killed at their consulate in Turkey. But that concession has only intensified global criticism of the kingdom and its headstrong crown prince and late last night. President Trump stepped back from his previous acceptance of Saudi cover stories there's been deceptions and there's been lies. He told the Washington Post Trump also called Saudi Arabia and incredible ally. And he has not concluded the crown prince Mohammad bin Salman was behind the murder. Nobody told me he's responsible. Nobody has told me he's not responsible. Trump said the big questions now we'll Turkish audiotapes of the killing proved that the Saudis are still lying about what happened can the proud prince can the crown prince continuous Saudis leader, if he's shown to be complicit in the murder, and how will President Trump and the world respond? Our senior foreign correspondent, Ian panel is on the ground in Istanbul with the latest thanks for joining us this morning. Let's begin with that Saudi cover story. They're saying now that it started out as a conversation escalated into a fistfight anywhere the chokehold on kashogi, but you know, one of the first. Questions. Why did it take them almost three weeks to come up with the story after I sent saying he left the consulate on his own? Yeah. That's right. A number of key inconsistencies in the story that we've been given the those audiotapes exists, and hopefully it will clarify the veracity of that explanation. I is this argument that was put on by the public prosecutor Jamal has shows you had expressed an interest in returning to Saudi Arabia. This is something that is closest friends have said is absolutely untrue. If there are audio tapes, it should reveal that Secondly, this contention that there was some kind of a brutal or a fistfight mind. This is a fifty nine year old Man Who Wasn't in in the perfect physical shape. Did he get into this kind of fight? Again, the tapes will show whether or not he did, and that's key because it will establish whether or not this was premeditated murder. Those gruesome details emerge about him being dismembered. Some this is something that Saudis briefing anonymously. That is absolutely not true. Those tapes critical to establishing that something the Turks may want to get out there. And lastly where is the body the south? Saturdays have claimed that they passed it through some kind of intermediary here in this temple. But they don't know where it is. Is that credit? Turkish sources have talked about the tapes reports that officials have also heard the tapes, what do we know about whether the Turks are willing to actually release them publicly. Yeah. The text have been under lots of pressure released in publicly, and I'm not sensing any indication that that is going to happen. The public and the press do not know the full contents. There has been active briefing about their alleged contents question marks. Well, why don't they just put them out there that would clear up this issue, and we would know wants them for sure the answer to that is absolutely clear. But the indications are that if they were bugging the consulate behind me or they were using some kind of method that they don't want to reveal. In other words, a message that they're employing other embassies in other concerts, then that would explain why this is an ex by the intelligence services in the Saudis, arrested some Saudi nationals, they fired other top officials one of the other big questions out there is it possible at all that a team of more than a dozen Saudis could come to Turkey carry out this operation without the knowledge and the acceptance, and in fact, the direction of the crown prince. Yeah. I think goes to the absolute nub of the argument that's being put out there. How credible? How believable is it? And we are now saying expressions of doubt, not just from President Trump and the Europeans in particular have said they want to see more information being put out that. Here's why it's partially problematic is because they're saying that this was an operation that was initiated by the deputy head of intelligence, but they are also briefing that there is a general order out there now to try and persuade dissidents to return to Saudi Arabia peacefully that is a quotation that's being provided from senior Saudi source, the New York Times, Reuters if that is true, how likely is it in an absolutist monarchical system that a deputy head of intelligence would go against those orders initiate, this kind of operation and murder, man. Who was the most well known outspoken critic of Mohammed bin Salman, and so far at least the king of Saudi Arabia's standing behind his son. The crown prince. I mean, there are lots of questions at one point was looking as if he might be eligible, but this explanation if it's both by the Trump administration also by European governments that may well be enough. But yes, there are those questions out there at the moment about who exactly knew about what was going on that and how believable others explanations. But that statements is support from king Salman came in the form of appointing Mohammed bin Salman as head of the committee is looking at the restructuring of Saudi intelligence as a result of this murder that is a strong segments. We've also seen it from a President Trump as well. And he's going to come down to this George. I'll give President Trump has been the most honest all compared to European leaders and the president's in saying how much America relies on not just energy, but also trade relations Europeans do as well. UK economy is absolutely dependent for those arms deals. It becomes down. Onto a choice between energy and trade versus human rights. I think history would dictate we know which way governments against to swing in panel. Thanks very much. Let's talk now to Karen at the Washington Post. Your Marcus is editor at the post. Karen? Thank you for joining us this morning. We saw with President Trump said to your paper last night, your first reaction to the Saudi cover story. Much more pithy utter Bs. Yeah. I still believe and the postseason institution still believes that this is not an explanation. This is an attempt at a cover up so much doesn't add up for me personally who knew Jamal worked for Jamal over the last year. You know, this this idea first of all this idea that he he wanted to return to Saudi Arabia is absolutely untrue. I'm there's a reason why he came to Washington felt free in Washington. He did not want to be arrested. He did not want to face the same fate as many of his acquaintances and associates who have been swept up in this wave of crackdowns. He knew that at the very least under under NBS that that Saudi Arabia was not safe. So this this idea is strikes me as that. He wanted to go back to strikes me as not true. And second of all, you know, this idea that a brawl, you know, this this man who is kind and calm and gentle that any sort of brawl took place that was equal if anything if we're going to give any sort of this. He walks into an ambush that was set up for him. Kashogi was not yet a legal permanent resident of the United States. Even though he was working here for the Washington Post. Do you think the US government did enough to protect him win? The first question is that we have. And I'm looking at the reporting that there was intelligence US intelligence that there was a plan coming from Mohammed bin someone connected to him that to capture or try to learn back kashogi to to Saudi Arabia. I was not informed Jamal never told me of any sort of physical threat to him. He knew that they were soft attempts to try to get him to stop writing for the post and try to get him back. But as far as any threats, at least, he never mentioned them to me. But he just knew that there was pressure. There was an increasing pressure on him and in particularly his family. What what do you think the Saudis were so concerned about him? He was a relatively. Moderate dissident wasn't. He. Right. And if anything he hated the word dissident to to begin with he said, you know, I I want to speak my mind, and if anything reading his work his work is is very constructive criticism. But also one that demonstrated a desire to see Saudi Arabia on the right path. He he felt like he wanted to advise NBS with constructive solutions. Now one thing about Jamal in particular that made him so so valued as a as a source for on Saudi, and what was happening is that he was very close to the Royal family. He was an advisor to the Royal court for a long time. It was very much seen as an insider. And then took this turn to become more of a of a critic in particular critic of Mohammed bin someone's behavior over the last year, or so, so if there was this was maybe part of an attempt to silence what he might have known about the inner workings of of the Saudi Royal family. About is absolutely possible. But again, we do know that his writing for the post, especially irritated those back, and we add what do you in the Washington Post one President Trump to do now? Right now, Trump has said over the weekend that at the very least again this the Saudi so-called explanation is is a first step. I mean this admission that Jamal was murdered at the hands of of Saudi men if it is a first step that means that there's room for the administration to pursue this as relentlessly as it should. I think the stakes are high not not just because it's just one man or one journalist who worked for the post for the stakes are high for all critics all dissidents right now who are extremely frightened who now feel that the Saudi Arabia or any other regime now has a free rein or free pass to be able to go to other countries and snatch people up just for having an opinion. And I think we would want we do want, and we have been actively calling on the administration to first of all. Cooperate and to get all the evidence necessary in order to find out what happened and if necessary to impose consequences including sanctions, including possible cancellations are suspensions of arm steals, human life, should not have a price tag on it. Karen, thanks very much for your time this morning. We are sorry for your loss. We're now joined by two key members of the house intelligence committee ranking democrat, Adam Schiff, Republican Peter King and congressman Schiff let me begin with you give briefings on the situation, and you said that Saudi cover story is not credible. What more can you tell us about what you know? But I got a detailed briefing from the intelligence community about what they know what they can tell us at this point in. Why can't go into the substance of it? I can tell you. I don't find this Saturday count credible at all. There's simply no way they dispatched a team of this large and at the kashogi engaged in some kind of a brawl with them unless he was merely fighting for his life. But I think we can see where this is headed. Ultimately, the president is going to accept the crown prince's denials, but it's hard for me to imagine that these orders would have been carried out without the knowledge of the crown prince, I think this ought to be a relationship altering event for the US and Saudi Arabia that we ought to suspend military sales..
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"Iheartradio station. From ABC news. I'm Michelle Franzen. The Saudi government now claiming Washington Post journalist Jamal kashogi was killed during a fistfight inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey earlier this month. The Turkish government says they've got evidence kashogi was tortured killed and his body. Dismembered ABC's, Ian panel is outside the consulate in Instanbul with the latest being put forward by the Saturday public. Prosecutor is that a disagreement broke out emerged into fights. They've they've used various words to describe this fist fights brawl in which he was killed eighteen individuals are under arrest and a number of key. Intelligence officials have been relieved from that post, including one who's the deputy head of intelligence who was very close to the Saudi Crown prince, President Trump responding to the Saudis claim saying he accepts the king and Princess statement. But also calls it a first big step is a horrible event. It has not gone unnoticed. The president is campaigning in Nevada today. It follows a campaign rally in Arizona last night's stumping for Republican candidates and key races ahead of the midterm elections. ABC's Jonathan Karl has more will be a near constant presence on the campaign trail for the final two and a half weeks before the midterms in fact that they stick to the current plan. The president will spend more days on the campaign trail, then he does here at the White House between now and November six no jackpot winners and last night's billion dollar mega millions drawing that means lottery fever is on the rise along with the jackpot now expected to reach a record breaking one point six billion dollars hype going from coast to coast and places like Nashville, Chicago, Atlanta, and Philadelphia some choosing to bet on so-called lucky locations like Ernie's liquor in San Jose, which sold the last mega millions winning ticket financial advisers urged the next lucky winner to seek expert council ABC's GIO Benitez the next drawing Tuesday. You're listening to ABC.
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"News and traffic KTAR news. Michelle Franson, the Saudi government now claiming Washington Post journalist Jamal kashogi was killed during a fistfight inside the Saudi consulate in Instanbul Turkey earlier this month. The Turkish government says they've got evidence kashogi was tortured killed and his body. Dismembered ABC's. Ian panel is outside the consulate Istanbul with the latest is being put forward by the Saudi public. Prosecutor is that a disagreement broke out that merged into a fight. They've they've used various words to describe this fist fights brawl in which he was killed eighteen individuals are under arrest and a number of key. Intelligence officials have been relieved from that post, including one who's the deputy head of intelligence who was very close to the Saudi Crown Krenz, President Trump responding to the Saudis claim saying he accepts the king and Princess statement. But also calls it a first big step horrible event. It has not gone unnoticed. The president is campaigning in Nevada today. It follows a campaign rally in Arizona last night stumping for Republican candidates in key races ahead of the midterm elections. ABC's Jonathan Karl has more will be a near constant presence on the campaign trail for the final two and a half weeks before the midterms in fact that they stick to the current plan. The president will spend more days on the campaign trail, then he does here at the White House between now and November six no jackpot winners and last night's billion dollar mega millions drawing that means lottery fever is on the rise along with the jackpot now expected to reach a record breaking one point six billion dollars hype going from coast to coast and places like Nashville, Chicago, Atlanta, and Philadelphia some choosing Tibet on so-called lucky locations. Like Ernie's liquor in San Jose, which sold the last mega millions winning ticket financial advisers urged the next lucky winner to seek expert council ABC's GIO Benitez the next drawing Tuesday. You're listening to ABC news. It's.
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"A corrupt cabal not only trying to tamper with the election but taken graph the presence it looks like a whole pretense of the muller investigation was false as a headline i had missed her new york mark simone ten till noon seven ten w o r this is jeff mckinney and the wr newsroom controversial fbi agent peter struck testifying before a house committee today about the antitrump text messages exchanged between him and his girlfriend fbi lawyer lisa page during the campaign struck told page they would stop a trump presidency but he told the committee today that he and his fbi colleagues have no place for political bias in their professional lives they would not tolerate any improper behavior in me any more than i would tolerate it in them that is who we are as the fbi and the suggestion that i in some dark chamber somewhere in the fbi would somehow cast aside all of these procedures all of these safeguards and somehow be able to do this is astounding to me it's simply couldn't happen president trump has left the nato summit in brussels he is now in the uk where he'll meet with theresa may and the queen tomorrow and where protesters are getting busy correspondent ian panel reporting from the middle of a protest in central london around the outside is called a ring of steel it's not normally here here to try and keep the protestors away and tried to keep the president safe now he's not actually here right now he's going to a dinner at blenheim palace tomorrow he's got a whole series of meetings the queen is missing the prime minister and these people here are just a small example of what is planned for tomorrow construction worker is dead after being hit in the head in manhattan by a falling beam it happened this afternoon in an inner courtyard at a high rise in morningside heights the building called the international house is affiliated with columbia university and houses graduate students and professors governor cuomo says the state will port nineteen million dollars into the bronx to help improve opportunities for kids komo's says the investment comes at a critical time is the borough continues to mourn the loss of fifteen year old junior guzman felice was brutally killed by gang members last month terrible horrendous what should we do do and he says a major chunk of that nineteen million will be used to renovate roberto clemente state park and improve athletic facilities the city is honoring hero police officer steven mcdonald with a plaque on this anniversary of his shooting mayor de blasio unveiled a plaque that reads born out of tragedy came a life of service and forgiveness we came to know steven mcdonald is someone who had something to teach that we all needed to learn forgiving the teenager who shot him thirty two years ago here detective mcdonald was paralyzed.
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"Friday subway bomb attack police making a second arrest late saturday in west london and are reportedly searching a home in the suburb of stand well linked to that suspect it comes as we're learning more about the first arrested that eighteen year old yesterday bcc and panel reports from london what is significant as long as there are suggestions that he was already known to the police oldham not necessarily to counter terrorism cleese now visa suggestions in the media the police certainly haven't confirmed that but he wouldn't be that surprising given the kind of profile was seen of other attackers in paris in brussels elsewhere they've often being young men with trouble backgrounds often known to the police not necessarily linked though with islamic terror abc's ian panel reporting from london president trump is in bedminster new jersey at his golf club this weekend getting ready for a busy week ahead he'll be addressing world leaders for the first time at the united nations general assemby assembly a second night of protests and arrests in st louis following the acquittal of white police officer j jason stockily in the two thousand eleven shooting death of black suspect anthony lamar smith you're listening to abc news from the weather set of rebel model the past year we will rep of the we hear what patchy fog this morning mostly sunny today are high eighty one of winds gusting to twenty miles an hour good idea to be clear and breezy although sixty with wednesday twenty miles an hour monday you should be associated with a high of 84 what i've wednesday twenty miles an hour tuesday look sunny with a high of 83 with wants to twenty five miles an hour for ribbons will enter the ring skies today with a high really to palm springs it'll be sunny with a high of 83 i'm rod tanner for smart thai.