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"Into this home in the Israeli city of Ashkelon. Humble item, she says. We heard screaming. Luckily, my family made it into the bomb shelter. Our whole house was destroyed by the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel is fighting a campaign on two fronts. First in Gaza, the second in Israeli cities, huh? Police are struggling to control violent Jewish and Arab mobs as unrest threatens to engulf the country. Ian Lee CBS News CBS is Robert Berger is on the ground in Jerusalem and tells us what it's been like. We asked if he's had to hide from rockets. We'll only once and I didn't really hide. That was on Monday, when Jerusalem came under rocket fire for the first time in seven years, the sirens went off, and then I knew that we were really in for trouble. I did hear the boom of rockets. As it turns out, those landed maybe 10 12 miles away from here, and there are about seven rockets fired so no here in Jerusalem, we feel quite safe, at least from rocket attacks. But that's kind of different in the situation and tell Aviv right? Yeah, and tell Aviv on. They fired about 100 rockets or more 150 on Tuesday, and that sent that city which has a huge night life. Everybody was running for cover, and now it's basically at night. It's a ghost town because there is there are fears of more attacks. People ran for cover people in restaurants, bars, and now the city is pretty much at least at night, closed down as far as places of entertainment. People are staying at home and Near places where they can take shelter. Is there a lot of fear or people angry? There's a lot of fear in southern Israel, which is where most of the rocket attacks are taking place there. People are really afraid to go out. You have to be. You have to stay near shelters home. You know your home bomb, shelter or bomb shelters on the street and people are really scared because some of these rockets have managed to get through Israel's Of missile defense system and hit houses. And, in fact, 11 piece of shrapnel hit a bomb shelter and absolutely killed a little boy s o. You know, that leaves people feeling that they're not really safe. And in Gaza. I know that dozens of people have died there. What are you hearing from your sources there in Gaza. In contrast, Israel there's no place to hide. I mean it support it's very poor population. Very crowded. Gaza is actually the most heavily densely populated place in the world. So they're Israel is targeting militants and their infrastructure. But that infrastructure is also in the middle of heavily populated areas. So it's very scary over there and really not many, certainly no bomb shelters. I think people take take shelter in their homes. Maybe they go under tables and That kind of thing to try and get a little more protection. And I know a lot more people have died in Gaza than in Israel are civilians off the street in Gaza angry and I mean, obviously they're frightened. But are they also angry? They're certainly angry. There's always I think, anger. It is real. We I don't know because we don't You know, Hamas basically has a very tight control on Gaza. I think some people there are also angry that Hamas decided to fire rockets at Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, knowing the mass destruction that this would bring on the territory of so you know, that's a territory that was trying to recover from the last war seven years ago. People are very poor there, and it's you know, so I think there's something some frustration but certainly most of the anger with is directed toward Israel. And what about the hostilities between Israeli Jews and Arabs? I understand There's been some fighting between people and shops damaged in that kind of thing. That's really what the big concern in Israel is. Right now. People think that the conflict in Gaza is going to go away and not too long. But you have mixed Israeli cities where Jews and Arabs have lived together for a long time in peace. There's Lot of co existence in this country that you never hear about because it doesn't make the news. But now that delicate fabric is unraveling there, Ju Jews and Jewish and Arab civilians have been clashing, which with each other. There's been several lynching attack attempts by both sides, and one of the problems is That militants, Jewish militants as well. A Zarrabeitia a tints from around the country are coming to these focal points. A lot of them don't even live in the cities where this is happening. So Israel is beefing up security heavily in those cities, something akin to the National Guard to try and bring order. But you certainly Israelis, Jewish and Arab alike are very concerned about what's going on. Within Israel. It sounds like a ugly and terrifying situation. It's really scary if you happen to live in one of those mixed cities. I know that one night in the city of load, which is both has both Jews and Arabs that the Jews were hunkering down in their homes and the police. They were afraid that that these Arab violent Arab mobs were going to come into their homes and kill them. So the police got there and actually evacuated some people from their homes. I mean, just to give you one example. So I think the population there the populations that live in those cities. It's very tense. Unfortunately, you know, though, it Z It's maybe 1000 or, you know youths on both sides that want to see this kind of violence. The average person obviously wants to live peacefully. CBS is Robert Berger in Jerusalem. You in office for coordination of Humanitarian affairs is worried about the effects. The conflict is having on people's access to basic needs, particularly in Gaza. We continue to call for an immediate de escalation of violence across the occupied Palestinian territory and Israel. Reminding the parties to the conflict off their obligation to protect civilians and.
Dozens Dead, Several Injured in Stampede at Israeli Festival
"People have been killed in a stampede in northern Israel. CBS News correspondent Robert Berger reports from Jerusalem. More than 100,000 people attended an annual religious event in northern Israel. But when they headed for the exit disaster struck dozens of People who crowded into a narrow passageway were trampled to death in a stampede. It was one of the deadliest civilian disasters in Israel's history. Robert Berger, CBS NEWS Jerusalem Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called this a great tragedy and says he's praying for the victims
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"Hill was 47, unarmed in his friend's garage Tuesday morning when officers came by investigating a non emergency noise complaint. Police body cam video shows. Hill had a cell phone in his hand when Officer Adam Koy shot him and screamed at him to put his hands behind his back. Civil rights attorney Ben Crump When they see a black citizen, they shoot first on ask questions. Later Monday. The Columbus Department of Public Safety holds a hearing on the police chief's recommendation to fire officer Coy Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Arkansas police investigate multiple homicides inside a home on Christmas Day. Authorities say they were called in last night after a family member visited the home and found the five victims all female and believed to be related. Pope County Sheriff Shane Jones says there's no threat to the community since early evidence suggests the suspect may be among the debt. Now, this time, we believe this is an isolated incident. And do not feel that there's any continued danger to the local public. Ages of the victims, ranging from eight years old to 50. Nations around the world tightening covert restrictions ahead of New Year's Real began a third national lockdown amid surging cases of the coronavirus reaction on the street. I think terrible news for May. I'm extremely disappointed Israelis are not allowed to travel more than 1000 yards from their homes. Businesses that managed to reopen after the 1st and 2nd lockdowns are now wondering if they can survive the Third. Robert Berger. CBS NEWS Jerusalem. Meantime, the first doses of the covert vaccine are being distributed today in Italy, one of the country's most devastated by the pandemic. Here. CBS News Sabina Castell Franco, the first doses of covert 19 vaccines are being administered to Italians today with the first in line being health workers and stuff and elderly people in nursing hands. The first was a 29 year old nurse at Rome's Infectious Diseases Hospital that it will be the turn of over eighties and those with chronic illnesses. Next will be the general population on the hope is that in nine months herd immunity will be reached in Italy with 42 million people vaccinated. Sabina Castle Franco CBS News Room closer to home Over in Vermont Voters in the town of Brattleboro will be asked in March whether to allow retail sales of cannabis products in their community. The Brattleboro reformer reports the Select board decided this week. But the question on the town meeting ballot is comes after a bill at the end of the last legislative session that's expected to bring retail sales of marijuana to the state. Within the next two years. It's 2 51. You're listening to.
Israel Isolates Coronavirus Antibody in 'Significant Breakthrough'
"Israeli researchers are reporting what they call a significant breakthrough in the fight against corona virus to set Israel's top biological research laboratory have isolated a key corona virus antibody the defense minister described it as a significant breakthrough toward a possible treatment for the cope with nineteen pandemic the lab holds the formula will be mass produced soon antibodies are widely seen as a key to developing a cure for the corona virus Robert Berger's CBS news
Tens of thousands protest at Gaza-Israel border
"Huge crowds gathered in protest along the Gaza Strip CBS's Robert Berger reporting from Israel. Isreaeli troops fired tear gas as thousands of Palestinians demonstrated on the Gaza border to Mark the one year anniversary of weekly protests there, how Estonians are demanding an end to a crippling Israeli blockade and Israel is operating concessions as part of Egyptian efforts forest
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"Response was quick after attacks on mosques in Christ's church New Zealand, but the death toll is high forty nine people killed at least twenty wounded police have arrested four suspects, including an Australian man who once worked for this woman showed any extremist views or crazy behavior, you baby the man who called himself, a white, nationalist and racist and claimed responsibility with a manifesto posted at the time of the shooting that has not been verified new Zealand, Prime Minister, just cinde are Dern had this message for the attackers in their followers. You may have chosen us, but we actually reject and condemn you. I'm Cami McCormick. Some major cities in the US are heightening security. European countries are increasing security outside mosques Turkey's president is calling on western nations to curb racism against Muslims. Saying it threatens all of humanity. President Trump says he'll use his veto power. After the Senate voted to block is national emergency declaration to get funding for a border wall. Twelve Republicans joined all Democrats in voting down. CBS's Nancy Cortez says there probably won't be enough votes to override the president. They picked up a handful of Republicans in the house the first time around it's hard to see that. They would suddenly be able to pick up dozens more which is what they would need in order to get the two-thirds vote to overturn a presidential veto. So this is going to be more of a symbolic effort should congress. Impeach president. Trump the latest democrat to go after his job says, no, I think the American people are going to have a chance to decide this at the ballot box in November twenty twenty and perhaps that's the best way for us to resolve these outstanding questions Beto aerobic spoke with our Gayle king for nadir view that airs on CBS this morning. A rare attack on it is really city provokes a quick response. Your CBS's Robert Berger Isreaeli warplanes attacked about one hundred. Hamas targets in Gaza hours after Palestinian militants fired two rockets at Tel Aviv. The military says the airstrikes prompted more rocket fire into southern Israel. The fighting is raising tensions in Israel ahead of national elections next month Robert Berger, CBS news, Jerusalem, American, astronauts, Nick, Hagan, Kristina cook. And cosmonaut Alexei of Chinon have started their six months international space station flight after yesterday's launch our last night's docking. We confirm the engage flag. It was the second five for Haganah of after a post launch emergency aborted. Their mission last October. S and p futures.
"robert berger" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The Pentagon is sending more than three thousand active US military troops to the southern border. Meanwhile, President Trump has not ruled out declaring a national emergency to fund is wall. But a new poll shows most Americans don't approve that plan news as to Killian reports from Washington three thousand seven hundred and fifty US troops are headed to the southern border. They will be installing wire barriers between ports of entry and providing support to customs and Gordon protection. This comes as president. Donald Trump continues to make his case for stronger border security. We're gonna have a strong border and the only way you have a strong border. Is you need a physical barrier. You need a wall in an interview with CBS face the nation moderator Margaret Brennan, the president would not rule out another government shutdown or a national emergency declaration to get wall funding, which is shut down the government again. Well, we're gonna have to see what happens on February fifteenth. I don't take anything off the table. I don't like to take things off the table at the White House, Nicole Killian for news. Eight has America remains deadlocked on a border fence from Mexico? Israel is moving ahead with a similar project of its own CBS news, Robert Berger reports from Jerusalem Israel has started building a massive fence along the entire border with the HAMAs ruled Gaza Strip it will stand twenty feet high and be made of galvanized steel reinforced with heavy barbed wire. The project comes after months of violent Palestinian demonstrations on the Gaza, border officials say the purpose of the fences to prevent terrorists from infiltrating into Israel. Robert Berger CBS news, Jerusalem Virginia's governor's not stepping down despite widespread calls for him to resign new racial slurs have been found in his yearbook, and he's lost the support of virtually all of the state's democratic establishment CBS. Hillary lane reports sorghum said he was in the nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook photo of a man in black face and another one a Ku Klux Klan outfit and apologized. But then changed his story Saturday saying he's not in the picture. I am not the person in that uniform. And I'm not the person to the right, but he did admit to another incident. I did participate in a dance contest in San Antonio in which dark and my face as part of a Michael Jackson costume. Controversy has brought protests and calls for Northerns resignation from both parties.
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"Signed in july seventeen seventy six with two native american tribes and considered the first agreement recognizing the us as an independent nation six children and three adults are expected to survive after being stabbed last night at a birthday party this happened in idaho police say timmy kenner was arrested shortly after the attack he was re recently kicked out of an apartment where he was staying as a guest police in boise say he returned to the apartment to get revenge but the occupants were not home the tragedy was that a three year old little girl was having a birthday party just a few doors down from kenya stain kennedy attacked targeting the children initially some children escaped injury by hiding in a closet during the attack israel is ramping up its military presence on the border with syria cbs's robert burger is injured loose is in jerusalem with details on what's spurring the action israel has sent tank and artillery reinforcements to the golan heights the military says it's a precaution as fighting between syrian forces and rebels pushes south toward the israeli border israel is providing humanitarian aid to thousands of refugees on the frontier but officials say they will not be allowed to enter the jewish state robert berger cbs news jerusalem a man is dead after crashing his motorcycle in dartmouth last night the crashes under investigation police say it happened on smith neck road in iowa a local sports radio personality is killed after being swept away by flash flooding around the.
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"Is the man killed after being swept away by flash flooding around de moines it comes after a powerful storm dropped as much as ten inches of rain in some areas spokesperson nola anger with paul county says crews have spent most of the night pulling residents from high water she says it's just the beginning and this is just started so we will see more throughout the day at the national weather service in des moines is issued a flash flood warning for northeastern polk county and southeastern story county in central iowa israel is ramping up its military presence on its border with syria cbs's robert burger is in jerusalem with what's spurring this action israel has sent tank and artillery reinforcements to the golan heights the military says it's a precaution as fighting between syrian forces and rebels pushes south toward the israeli border israel is providing humanitarian aid to thousands of refugees on the frontier but officials say they will not be allowed to enter the jewish state robert berger cbs news jerusalem well make sure you feed that meter parking ticket costs are going up in boston for the first time in a decade tomorrow is the first day the city is imposing heftier fines for the most common and problematic infractions including parking in a residential zone without a permit that jumps from forty dollars to sixty parking at an expired meter goes from twenty five to forty dollars the city is also raising the fine from parking during overnight street sweeping city officials say the added revenue will help finance transportation improvements wbz news time coming up on two eleven they're wheeling and dealing.
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"To stay cool cooling centers are now open in the city that are fully air conditioned and offer much needed relief from the excessive heat president trump is standing tough on immigration as rallies were held yesterday to protest his immigration policies in boston immigration rally on a common was one of many across the country yesterday condemning the president's zero tolerance policy about five thousand people took part here in a city senators elizabeth warren and ed markey were both there with a massive crowd and public's help is still needed in the ongoing investigation of a double fatal shooting in brighton early yesterday morning to young men in her twenties were shot and killed this happened in the area of faneuil and bracket street and brighton police are still investigating the believe the men were targeted more is really troops are deployed along israel's border with syria israel has sent tank and artillery reinforcements to the golan heights the military says it's a precaution as fighting between syrian forces and rebels pushes south toward the israeli border israel is providing humanitarian aid to thousands of refugees on the frontier but officials say they will not be allowed to enter the jewish state robert berger cbs news jerusalem a water crisis in iran is now triggering protests that left one person injured protesters were shot at by iranian security forces earlier today in a southern part of the country there protest began after residents complained of salty muddy water coming out of their taps it comes after the country has been dealing with a year long drought w abc news time eight fifty one it's a very big day for politics and mexico voters will choose a new president there are now four candidates running for president including andres manuel lopez over door who right now is a front runner the bbc's will grant is made tackling corruption the central plank of his election platform promising to improve wages and pensions by stamping out rampant abuses by the state and the political and business elites over door is a former mayor of mexico city president trump and canadian prime minister justin trudeau are trying to work it out as a us canada trade war is heating up the white house says the two leaders spoke via telephone friday night about trade and other economic issues this after the prime minister announced taxes on more than sixteen billion dollars worth of us exports after president trump levied tariffs on canadian steel and aluminum according to prime minister trudeau he had no choice but to retaliate well if you make minimum wage you got a raise today and select cities across the country san francisco has become the first major city to implement a fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage for all employees lowwage earners in two states and sixteen local jurisdictions are getting raises with july first statutes going into effect the lowest paid employees in maryland now won't get less than ten dollars and ten cents an hour.
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"Piece here in boston five thousand people at least took part in a march from city hall to the common senators elizabeth warren and ed markey took part in these rallies and boston police are reaching out to the public for help in their ongoing investigation into a double fatal shooting yesterday two men were shot and killed early yesterday in the area of faneuil and bracket streets in the brighton neighborhood israel is beefing up its military presence along its border with syria sent tank and artillery reinforcements to the golan heights the military says it's a precaution as fighting between syrian forces and rebels pushes south toward the israeli border israel is providing humanitarian aid to thousands of refugees on the frontier but officials say they will not be allowed to enter the jewish state robert berger cbs news jerusalem gunfire erupting in iran over a water scarcity problem some protesters were shot by iranian security forces earlier today in a southern part of the country one person was injured the protests began after residents complained of salty money water coming out of their taps it comes after a year long drought wbz news time six fifty one voters head to the polls in mexico today there are four candidates running for president including andres manual lopez oberdorf who right now is a front runner the bbc's will grant is made tackling corruption the central plank of his election platform promising to improve wages and pensions by stamping out rampant abuses by the state and the political and business elites over door is a former mayor of mexico city well a party for the dogs of the boston area and their owners a lot of people turned up for this wbz's bill markers was also there doggy biscuits on the table waiting pools bam for anything more dorian is one of the event coordinators tough to like have a party and have your dog at the same time so we wanted to provide that for people and donating to the rescue is like a really great cause canine rescue will be a benefactor of the money that's spent on cocktails there's also a lure course which appeared to be driving one golden retrievers stark raving mad you have a little bag tied up to the fisher rod and then they just they just run after try to catch it but we just make it make it really fun for them to the allston brighton marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty and the best part of this story i think the name of this event by the way was wolf stock wbz news time six fifty two and now the story minimum wages are going up today in cities all across the.
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"Looking for an upgrade in quality a historic visit to the middle east for a member of the british royal family cbs's robert berger has more from jerusalem prince william began the first official visit to israel by a british royal with a solemn ceremony at the sham holocaust memorial here in jerusalem william will meet with both israeli and palestinian leaders during the trip he will also visit the holy places and jerusalem's disputed old city which his itinerary describes as occupied palestinian territory robert berger cbs news jerusalem defense secretary jim mattis who arrived in beijing today for meetings with senior chinese leaders correspondent bill sanford tells us what will be specifically discussed you might think that the normal topic of conversation would be north korea but there are many other topics that secretary mattis will have to go over with china of course we're embroiled in a trade issue with china don't expect to get deep into that but it should be something that will cast a shadow over this meeting as well now madison's going into these talks with a pretty realistic approach what he is saying is i just don't wanna poison the well i'm gonna do a lot of listening all this comes at a time when there is a pall cast over this visit because the reports around the james mattis no longer has the president's ear that he's no longer in that inner circle and in fact he was caught by surprise by a couple of recent announcements by the president the end of the military drills with south korea and the president's request to establish a space force as part of the military branch next week the us will start taxing thirty four billion dollars in chinese goods and later at tariffs on an additional sixteen billion in products a federal appeals court backs and nc double a rule requiring most football players who transfer schools must sit out a year at a polls a.
In royal first, Prince William visiting Israel and 'occupied Palestinian territories'
"News time to nineteen up to seventy degrees now in boston a mix of sun and clouds for the rest of the day because see the occasional shower through the afternoon commute with a high in the lower seventies we'll check traffic and weather together in just about three minutes here on wbz but first our top stories a breaking today in somerville on the last piece of a long awaited extension of the green line governor baker also speaking out after his son is accused of inappropriately touching a jet blue passenger on board a flight from dc to boston the governor acknowledges the accusations against his son or serious he says son is cooperating with the investigation and on capitol hill house republicans working on a separate immigration bill that would solely address family separations at the border the gop lawmakers says this comes after they struggled over the weekend to find consensus on a broader immigration plan on wall street the dow jones down three hundred fifty five points the nasdaq down one hundred eighty two and the sp five hundred is down forty four in other news a british royal is making a historic visit to the middle east prince william has begun the first official visit to the holy land by a member of the british royal family the royals have tried to steer clear of the mideast conflict so william will be walking political tight rope as he visits both israel and the west bank the british have already ruffled some feathers here in israel by describing williams visit to jerusalem's old city as part of the occupied palestinian territories robert berger cbs news jerusalem looks like european sanctions against russia will remain in place for now the us foreign policy chief says russia has not done enough to respect a peace agreement in ukraine and would justify lifting eu sanctions at the end of next month the eu and post those sanctions back in two thousand fourteen after russia annexed ukraine's crimean peninsula the foreign ministers of russia ukraine france and germany met this month to talk about how to end the fighting between ukrainian troops and russianbacked separatists in eastern ukraine more than ten thousand people have been killed in that conflict wbz news time at two twenty two woman from arizona now calling out walgreens pharmacist there she says would not give her a prescription to end her pregnancy nicole arteaga says her doctor prescribed the medication after it became clear she was going to have a miscarriage she says the pharmacist told her he couldn't fill it for ethical reasons reasons cbs's ricky climbing looks at laws around the country we do have are the six states like arizona need not fill you have a conscience or refusal clause seven states where you do not have to fill but you cannot obstruct the woman's right to go get medication so that would be like a transfer or different pharmacists and then you only have eight states where you must provide arteaga says she got her prescription a day later at a different walgreens please breaking news recorded in the highest esteem among its peers get the news about through edward r murrow award defended knock you'll your best newscast their emotional breaking news apps chusetts president a second tester lana jones accurate balanced group award wall simply one place newswatch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time.
POLITICO Playbook: The palace intrigue and backstories on Trump’s week dealing with the border
"The israeli and palestinian peace plan cbs news correspondent robert berger has more details from jerusalem on some rising tensions us and boy jared kushner says the us will publish its mideast peace plan soon with or without the palestinians the palestinians have refused to meet kushner during a visit to the region because the us recognize jerusalem as israel's capital kushner told an arab newspaper that the plan would greatly benefit the palestinian peace plan would be facing major obstacles including the increasingly dire humanitarian situation especially on the gaza strip internal palestinian divisions and recent crossborder violence between gaza's hamas rulers and israel kushner also says plan is quote almost done but at this point is offering very little details aside from the promise of economic prosperity he also made no mention of a palestinian state arising alongside israel we are learning from turkey state run news agency that six people are arrested for allegedly insulting president recep tayyip a road ahead of a campaign rally by his main opponent in this weekend's elections now according to the agency the six were detained late yesterday just days after videos posted on social media reportedly show them shouting expletives against the president they were later charged with quote insulting state elders police are now still searching for other suspects by the way insulting the president as crime punishable by up to four years in prison he has filed closed a two thousand lawsuits so far against people including schoolchildren for insulting him and as a goodwill gesture he dropped the cases following a failed military coup two years ago but many more cases have been filed since then president trump's press secretary is shown the door at a washington area restaurant we'll tell you why in just a.
Man awarded $18.4 million in lawsuit over canceled HIV test
"News time nine eighteen sun and clouds in boston right now seventy four degrees good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now the government plans to open a fourth shelter to house hundreds of young migrant children in south texas the children are sent there after being forcibly separated from their parents at the mexican border as part of the trump administration zero tolerance policy on beacon hill state lawmakers debate a bill tomorrow allowing massachusetts residents to designate their gender as acts instead of male or female on driver's licenses and charlton's board of selectmen approves a proposal to turn an orchard into a largescale cannabis farm in other news now in east boston woman is still traumatized after a man kicked her poppy while she was walking it yesterday wbz tv's mike lacrosse spoke with the pet's owner danika sherline had happened on johnson street next to route one eight in east boston sherline spent her day an event clinic in woburn where the puppy went through several tests the vet told her the dog suffered blunt force trauma to the jaw close ovation make sure that she can opener john eat sherline said the assailant turned and smirked at her after kicking the dog she plans to file a police report a jury awards eighteen million dollars in damages to a man who says dr failed to test them for hiv which allowed the virus to progress to aids sean stent afford consented to an hiv test in two thousand seven because he was experiencing facial paralysis but his medical malpractice lawsuit claims one of the doctors cancelled the test because he felt there was no risk for hiv center for dhs lawyer says his client should have been tested because he is gay and was exposed to bodily fluids while working as a paramedic another flare up in the tense border battle between israel and the hamas ruled gaza strip cbs's robert berger reports from jerusalem palestinian militants fired forty five rockets and mortars at southern israel prompting israeli air strikes on twenty five hamas targets in gaza violence has flared on the gaza border for nearly three months and it could escalate further palestinians have been flying burning kites across the border causing massive damage to his rayleigh crops and forests and israel is bowing to retaliate liait robert berger cbs news jerusalem giant operation against illegal wildlife trade results millions of dollars worth of seizures and the identification of over fourteen hundred suspects around the world the seizures included forty tons of wild meat and over a ton of elephant ivory the month long operation involved ninety three countries wbz news time nine twenty one and with today's entertainment report here's kiss one awaits billy kosta a michael jackson musical is headed to broadway the musical inspired by michael's life expected to debut they say in twenty twenty paul mccartney releasing solo music for the first time in four years two new songs dropping today in fact the funeral for kate spade is scheduled for tomorrow in her hometown of kansas city and the actress fran drescher says a reboot of her sitcom the nanny is now in the works with the detainment report i'm billy cost to the mattie show on.
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"An informal ceasefire in gaza is looking if he cbs's robert berger israel launched air strikes in gaza after palestinian militants fired six rockets and mortar shells at israeli communities across the border the army said it hit fifteen hamas targets including military compounds weapons factories and naval forces the tit for tat attacks have raised fears that are fragile gaza ceasefire reached four days ago could collapse robert berger cbs news jerusalem it is election day in slovenia voters were picking members of parliament polls predict the win by an anti immigrant party but lacking enough votes to form a government on its own the right wing slovenian democratic party of former prime minister janas iansa has seen strong support ahead of todays balloting gary nunn cbs news doors are being slammed in your face the clark howard show never dump a car just because it's starting to look a little dumpy even for ten year old cars on average the cost of repairing them is extremely low over the course of a year but for the typical car we got tired of it before it's tired of serving us if is really about money keepdriving it til the wheels fall off clark howard weeknights at seven on fm.
Hawaii crews hope to reopen road closed over lava fears
"Jay in two more palestinians were killed today after sixty died in protests over the us embassy move to jerusalem yesterday cbs's robert berger israeli drones dropped teargas on palestinian demonstrators as protests dropped off sharply on the gaza border israel says the low turnout shows that its use of live fire affective but it is facing a diplomatic backlash britain and france accused israel of an excessive use of force while turkey expel the israeli ambassador robert berger cbs news jerusalem transportation officials in hawaii are working to reopen parts of the state highway that had been closed because of cracks they feared the related to expanding lava fissures storm chaser and barrios is keeping an eye on lava eruptions you can feel the ground shaking watching the lava shoot up into the sky and these huge plumes being farmed especially at night is is very amazing i mean you're jaya's drops you're sitting there stocks lost ground on wall street the dow off one ninety three.
"robert berger" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"So of course with more than sixty dead already from the clashes between palestinians and the israelis after the move of the embassy to jerusalem of course after people die you have to have funerals and so the funerals have started and that's not the only thing that's dead palestinians do not see the us anymore as a fair arbiter of middle east peace they don't think that peace is a reality with president trump and prime minister benjamin netanyahu especially after the us embassy move as far as many people here are concerned about the peace process is dead that again richard angle we thank nbc news for that and i have to i have to tell you our credibility in that region has always been very suspicious right we've always been very close to israel now when president obama was in there they of morning in gaza as thousands of palestinians joined funeral processions for the dead today violence spread to the west bank israeli troops clashed with palestinians marking the knock bah or catastrophe of israel's creation seventy years ago there you go that's robert berger a cbs news we thank cbs news for that and yeah when israel was created seventy years ago yesterday the day has been said the day after was a catastrophe day and so one person's happiness is another person's sadness and apparently nobody's figured out how to live side by side in peace even though they're supposed to be brothers right i mean semites and all that and history anyway one triple eight three two one six zero zero one it's one eight eight.
Shiite cleric Sadr front-runner in partial election results
"The iheart app download it for free iraq's electoral commission says influential shiite cleric mukhtar alsaad or is alliance is the early front runner in national elections there the results from ten of the country's nineteen provinces are in including baghdad and bosra an alliance of candidates with close ties to iraq's powerful shiite paramilitary groups are a close second while iraqi prime minister hyder owl body has performed poorly across the majority shiite provinces that should have been his base of support the election was marked by a record low voter turnout it's the first elections in iraq since iraq declared victory over the islamic state group and the fourth election since the two thousand three u s led invasion the toppled saddam hussein jerusalem is decked out with israel and american flags is the us makes good on a promise cbs's robert burger with the story from jerusalem israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu welcomed the american delegation which will attend the opening of the us embassy here in jerusalem on monday president trump is making history we are deeply grateful netanyahu said jerusalem has been the capital of the jewish people for three thousand years and it will remain so forever robert berger cbs news jerusalem the israeli military says it increased its forces on the gaza border and dropped leaflets into the gaza strip urging residents to keep their distance from the border fence during large scale protests expected monday daniel c kurtzer is a princeton professor and former us ambassador to israel and egypt he spoke about the global opposition to president trump's decision to relocate the us embassy in jerusalem must all of europe russia the chinese the security council members have all expressed the belief that this was a mistake on the part of the trump administration gaza's ruling loss movement his urging tens of thousands of people to join monday's protests which is meant to coincide with the opening of the us embassy in contested jerusalem wbz news time six forty one let's check sports on this sunday afternoon wbz's chris pharma has it all fourth chris.
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"News time seven nineteen forty five degrees in boston top stories right now man was founded on evans street in dorchester yesterday suffering from a fatal gunshot wound it's the second fatal shooting in dorchester in two days i was fried and quincy street police don't believe to shootings are related protests held in sacramento california overnight over the death of stefan clark fatally shot by police two weeks ago when a cell phone he was holding was mistaken for a gun and mega millions has a winner although no one so far has come forward the winning ticket was sold in new jersey jackpot amir five hundred twenty one million dollars i'll four story hotel has collapsed in central india at least ten people are dead others injured crowd searched the debris for survivors and police blew whistles declare a path for those carrying injured people away on stretchers that hotels located in the city of indoor that's more than five hundred miles south of new delhi india easter has dawned in the holy land cbs correspondent robert berger reports from jerusalem from around the world ushered in easter with the sunrise service at the garden tomb here in jerusalem the site resembles the place where jesus was buried according to biblical accounts facing an ancient empty tomb carved into a rock the faithful saying joyful hymns of the resurrection robert berger cbs news jerusalem more shade is.
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"In front of me appeared stunned and disappointed with the verdict prosecutors contended salman helped her husband scout possible attack targets the defense said she was an abuse victim al salman is her uncle say thank you thank you lord for my niece free and i wanna thank the judge the jury in syria a rare report of an american fatalities cbs's cami mccormick says it was a roadside bomb a us defense official confirms one of the two killed was an american five other coalition service members were wounded and evacuated for medical treatment military says it was an improvised explosive device in the incident happened last night in syria i'm stephen portnoy at the white house will become another syria like very soon president made that statement yesterday during a speech in ohio let the other people take care of it now the announcement caught many here in washington off guard with one us officials saying a quick withdrawal of the two thousand u s forces in syria can't be done responsibly in the past mr trump has been mon promised drawdowns under set timetables we no longer tell our enemies our plans in the middle east robert berger tells us the death toll is twelve in a battle between israeli troops and palestinian demonstrators thousands of palestinians held a mass protest march on the gaza border where they were confronted by his railing forces soldiers fired tear gas rubber bullets and live ammunition to prevent a breach of the border fence back here at home environmental groups and some states say they'll fight trump administration moved to rollback fuel efficiency standards that were increased during the obama years toyota's north america's ceo jim lens the worst thing for the industry to do is to try to push vehicles onto consumers that they don't want there could be a statewide teachers strike monday in oklahoma lawmakers passed a bill that calls for raises but only about half the ten thousand dollars over three years teachers have been demanding alicia priest is with oklahoma's largest teacher's union sure every student in oklahoma has the resources and opportunities they need to succeed from kentucky schools closed today because teachers stayed home in.
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"To wbz on the iheart radio app wbz news time is six oh seven and we have not received the presidential address this week we will bring it to you if and when we receive the democratic address scheduled for next hour in the afghan capital of kabul a suicide bomber killed at least two and wounded seven in an attack claimed by isis this morning it happened in the diplomatic area near nato headquarters and not far from the us embassy meanwhile at least eighteen soldiers died in an attack on a checkpoint by taliban insurgents in the country's west authorities say the syrian government is escalating attacks on opposition held suburbs of damascus meanwhile rebels and outlying towns are retaliating with volleys of mortar shells and rockets into the capital in the past two weeks more than twenty five civilians have been killed with fear spreading among the city's four million residents this go oh boy of the rebel attacks on damascus pales in comparison to what is rain down from warplanes on eastern gouda where more than four hundred people have been killed this week in the region only a short drive from the capital the us is fastforwarding the timetable for relocating its embassy in israel to jerusalem aiming to be opened by may that brings forward the contested move to coincide with the jewish state seventieth birthday something elf else that's causing controversy this too is paying for the new building cbs's robert berger reports from israel american jewish billionaire sheldon.
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"Ambush hospital hallways were still flooded with the injured grieving families claim the bodies of their loved ones for burial militants have killed dozens of christians in cairo this year but egyptian officials say this is the first ever largescale attack on a muslim congregation government air strikes in shelling of killed at least nineteen civilians in the suburbs of damascus in syria where rebels have held out against government forces throughout the nearly seven years of that country's civil war as human rights organisation says government jets and artillery launched a wave of attacks they say by midday nineteen people were killed internal locallyrun media centre says twenty two civilians were killed conditions are difficult in siberia which is suffering from shortages of food and medicine due to the tightening government blockade a un blacklist setting off alarm bells in jerusalem and washington responded robert berger as more from jerusalem un is working on a database targeting companies that operate in west bank settlements but israel and the trump administration or trying to prevent its publication israeli and us officials say the socalled blacklist is another example of un biased against israel and must be stopped the pressure may be paying off publication of the list has been postponed from december two early next year robert burgers cbs news jury wbz news time eight thirty three its traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.
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"It will be albuquerque cbs news i'm gonna break out of the death toll now stands at three hundred five after yesterday's militant attack on a mosque in egypt's troubled sinai peninsula many others are being treated for injuries after the militants set off explosives than gunned down worshippers trying to run from the mosque cbs's charlie dagda on the sinai peninsula which has been troubled by violence for the past decade didn't go so far as to say that it lally but it could place where islamic extremism at taking hold now who's responsible there are a number of islamic extremism in that region who had pledged allegiance to isis so these are small groups or larger groups that have now become part of the islamic state in sinai peninsular isis in sinai the victims belonged to his sect of islam isis believes that blasphemous and in response to yesterday's attack egyptian planes attacked a convoy of vehicles they say were involved in that massacre the palestine liberation organisation will be allowed to keep their diplomatic office open in washington dc or from cbs news correspondent robert berger of the trump administration has informed the palestinians that it will allow their diplomatic mission in washington to remain open that reverses a us decision last week to close the plo office on grounds that the palestinians were pursuing warcrimes charges against israel the palestinian authority described the threat as extortion and had warned that a closure would harm us efforts to revive the mideast peace process robert burger cbs news jerusalem there's some controversy over who's in charge charge of a federal.
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"Of the hour we're going to dive into some football news there's a lot of it regarding corner backs but also some other news retirement news potentially four i head coach and the eagles deliver some bad news about two of the injuries sustained on monday night so we'll get to the latest from the nfl and they're certainly been some drama in the nba over the last week have a couple of kennedy dates for sad sap which will be fun and i really appreciate all of your responses they've still been coming in over the last few hours we were talking about quarterbacks young quarterbacks in the nfl 28 years of age or younger and you responded on twitter and facebook for the last twenty four hours you've been sending me your favorites uh and it's just it's great it that the number of different guys that you enjoy watching who are still very young at that position i i mean it's speaks to well for the health of the league and the future superstars that will that will grow into the spot that are vacated by 80 tom brady drew brees when ben roberts berger when they retire these'red cut of the next guys that will head out although when you think about tom brady and how long he wants to play but carson palmer's another example a just has the broken arm now and we'll come back willie come back in and play another year we just thought tony romo and peyton manning retire in the last couple of years but the future is bright with these young kubis and thank you for all your responses on twitter at a local radio and on facebook and if you have a question for ask amy anything you can post on our facebook page or senate to producer tom on our show twitter let's talk to leonard who is in massachusetts welcome to after hour cbs sports radio hi amy how are.
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"That op ed you cited all right thanks weekends thank you again and joe's check out his josun justice while forty nine in delaware news at noon all right overseas confrontations in jerusalem as muslim worshippers confront israeli authorities over security measures one potala talladega cbs news israel correspondent robert berger with a slight drizzle and robert any more to tell us claire rubber vergara in jerusalem god hello unesco had robbers dougherty toll has gone up to three now uh the the riots really you were you know not a bad thing over the years but anything that goes on but as we do at the moscow bylock door the fight the youth call all the temple mount in the very volatile blows to the jewish and it was there in the year 2000 that the second palestinian uprising erupted though you know this is the kind of thing that that the the only play that is extremely volatile unloaded in a very dangerous situation and in the aftermath of the shootings of the police the israelis feel compelled to introduce this security but of course the bowl pushback right well what the disparate background that we could go to israeli police officers were killed by live by by arab gunman who brought weapons on the temple mount dondo the into the mob kabbah and that you know that that's something new that ad napn before israelis that well you know if you're going to bring firearm into the mob good then we have to set up a metal detector and the palestinian batteries a violation of freedom of worship it for a moslem holy play and i see here a late story the red crescent the muslim equivalent of the red cross says three hundred ninety palestinians have been hurt in clashes with israeli forces over the metal detectors at the jerusalem shrine well you know those figures put the ball there from the palestinian authority and they tend to be that probably includes people that have accused graduate you know all over all i would say you know the rarely managed to keep it under control but you know the fact that three people were killed and you have all them then you're you're you're you're likely to have more glasses of the pierre also in the.