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plans to remove it. >> i'm and "early start" continues right now. >> two of the world's most barbaric terror groups say they want to join forces. isis and boko haram indicating some kind of joint operations. what does this mean for the west and the united states? details ahead. nuclear talks with iran down to the wire. now president obama says he is willing to walk away. he is warning tehran it has to agree to a reasonable deal. and bizarre developments. suspicious perhaps, following the assassination of the opponent to vladimir putin. five appear in court and the sixth blows himself up.
welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. new this morning, america's highest ranked general is on the way to iraq. martin dempsey is set to hold talks with iraq officials. this as the new war on terror. hundreds of troops from chad and niger are launching attacks. offensive begins one day after boko haram pledges allegiance to isis in the message recorded by the group's leader. i want to bring in correspondent arwa damon live from istanbul. >> reporter: good morning. that allegiance with boko haram and isis is one that u.s. officials, especially special forces officials, we have been speaking to, have expressed concern about. what is happening when it comes to boko haram is a multipronged approach by the nations. this formed alliance has proven
to be effective when it comes to recapturing key territory from boko haram in northeast nigeria. both countries have been fighting boko haram in niger and chad has been heavily involved in the battle of boko haram in nigeria. we saw when we were there a few weeks ago. this newly formed allegiance all they we cannot verify independently the audio records, both boko haram and isis. it helps up the credibility when the analysts argue they are losing key territory. isis benefitting from this as well extending foot print in africa. as top officials will say, what happens in other parts of the world and in africa can impact
security in america. >> arwa damon, thank you for that. the subject of isis, more price less antiquityies destroyed by isis. the government of iraq issing investigating claims that isis destroyed the city in northern iraq. they smashed artifacts at the mosul museum. secretary-general ban ki-moon called this destruction a war crime. president obama is promising to walk away from a nuclear deal with iran unless it includes tighter inspections. with weeks until the deadline for the deal the president says he thinks an agreement can happen. cnn's erin mcpike has more. >> reporter: the president has said he and other leaders offered iran a reasonable deal. he explained this weekend to cbs
just why he is optimistic. >> i think it is fair to say there is an urgency because we now have been negotiating for well over a year and the good news is that during this period iran has abided by the terms of the agreement. we know what's happening on the ground in iran. they have not advanced their nuclear program. we have been able to rollback the 20% uranium during this period of time. it has given us access. we are not losing anything. >> reporter: he also conceded there are some gaps in the negotiations negotiations. he believes he will know in a month's time if iran seems willing to accept the deal. we should point out that secretary of state john kerry has been traveling overseas consulting with the u.s. allies on the issue. >> erin mcpike, thank you. new this morning, police in russia have arrested five
suspects in the killing of boris nemtsov. a sixth suspect blew himself up with a standoff was police. the question is did they act alone or orders from someone higher up. let's turn to correspondent matthew chance. matthew, bring us up to date on the care. >> reporter: the investigators made some progress. the prominent opposition politician in russia. they have five suspects in custody. four have to say claimed innocence. one named has apparently confessed to the killing. another suspect died when he detonated a hand grenade when police arrested him in the southern russia province of
chechnya chechnya. there were not political implications but religious ones. the leader of chechnya saying he knows personally the self confessed an assassin and says he is a brave warrior and russian patriot. he is a strong muslim who was angered by the support that many people gave including boris nemtsov, to the cartoons that appeared in the "charlie hebdo" magazine in france. the killing and attack on the officers of the magazine earlier this year. that's being floated, officially as some kind of possible motive for the killing of boris nemtsov. opposition figures say that's not very likely. boris nemtsov made remarks in the support of "charlie hebdo." they believe he was killed for political reasons, not for religious ones. >> interesting. matthew chance for us. a lot of questions still.
thank you. breaking overnight, the president of south korea paid a visit to mark lippert in the hospital. she went immediately after returning from the middle east. the ambassador is recovering after his face slashed. hillary clinton is set to make a public appearance today in new york city. it is not clear whether the former secretary of state will address the e-mail scandal haunting her these days. she will be at a times square theater with chelsea and melinda gates for a women's rights event. one of her biggest supporters, senator feinstein urging her to explain why she used a personal e-mail address conducting state business. >> i would like her to come forward and say what the situation is because she is the political figure right now. she is the leading candidate,
whether republican or democrat for the next president. i think she needs to step up and come out and state exactly what the situation is. >> senator feinstein says if clinton does not address the scandal now, it will hurt her. a huge turnout to mark the 50th anniversary of bloody sunday. thousands stood as one to remember the violent confrontation of police and protesters to bring about the 1965 voting rights act. the weekend wrapped up with the march across the edmund pettus bridge. eric holder spoke to the crowd that despite the progress the right to vote is under siege. >> without adequate representation and political power, people of color continue to be marginalized and stigmatize stigmatized and denied.
>> on saturday president and the first family led their way across the bridge there with john lewis. he was a leader in the 1965 march. the growing outrage in madison, wisconsin after the shooting of an unarmed teenager by a police officer. the shooting of tony robinson marked weekend demonstrations. police braces today for a walkout by high school students and other signs of protests. the madison police officer idea as 45-year-old matt kenny has been placed on administrative leave. a protest rally held this morning on the university of oklahoma campus after a video surfaced showing fraternity members engaged in a racist chant. the oklahoma chapter of sigma alpha epsilon was shutdown after the video suggests that blacks would never been admitted to the
fraternity. the nation at leadership of the fraternity has apologized saying it is disgusted that any member would act in such a way. the university is investigating. >> they suspended all of the members. the members they could see there actually saying the chant have been cut from the fraternity completely. it is unclear what will happen to the chapter. >> we don't want to play what they say for you, it is repugnant. the fraternity has a lot to answer. >> i'm surprised. that whole incident surprises me so much. horrible horrible. 11 minutes after the hour. we have a break from the winter temperatures across the country. will it stick? let's hope so. meteorologist pedram javaheri here with the early look at the weather. >> john and christine, good morning to you. you know 40s and 50s never sounded so good. we have wintry weather in place. north of pittsburgh and toward williamsport. snowshowers are possible. we have 4.5 million people under
winter weather advisories from philly to allentown and toms river with flurries. no accumulations and way too warm to be sustained. the gulf coast from houston to austin and san antonio, 11 million people dealing with flash flood watches in place. moisture coming in from the pacific and gulf. plenty of rain to come around. 2 to 4 inches in houston. from birmingham up to tennessee 4 to 6 inches possible. mild weather across the south with the rainfall. look at atlanta, 70. mid-70s. plenty of rainfall in the forecast in new york and boston. not too bad. low to mid-50s. john and christine. time for an early start on your money. asian and europe markets lower. most americans friday welcomed a
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isis and boko haram two of the most feared terror groups on earth, now aligning. is there a way for the west to slow the spread of the deadly message? a live report moments away. deal or no deal? president obama says he would like a nuclear agreement with iran but he is willing to walk away if iran will not meet certain conditions. we will tell you where he says he will not back down. and the investigation into the shooting of a key russian political figure taking a
bizarre deadly turn. one suspect blows himself up as five others appear in court. the very latest live from moscow are moments away. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. great to see you this morning. america's highest ranked general in iraq. chairman martin dempsey is set to hold talks with officials. this as the new offensive in the war on terror. hundreds of troops from chad and niger. the offensive begins one day after boko haram pledges allegiance to isis after the video recorded. the allegiance with boko haram and isis. what does that mean? let's bring in arwa damon who is in istanbul this morning. good morning, arwa. >> reporter: good morning.
boko haram benefits from pledging allegiance to isis at this stage. the terror group remains firmly in control in swaths of northeastern nigeria, but having chad and niger involved in multiple fronts have seen nigeria able to regain key territory from boko haram. isis benefits from this as well. extending its footprint into africa. this is the top officials when we were on the ground a few weeks ago were warning about. they were trying to beef up the abilities of the basin to take the fight to boko haram and decimate the terrorist group as nigeria has promised to do before the elections. they were trying to prevent this allegiance from taking place. its solidification takes place.
both africa commanders and u.s. commanders we have been speaking to. what happens in other parts of the world is not isolated. terror knows no boundaries. gains that are made by isis in africa or in the middle east do potentially have the capacity to impact security in the united states. >> arwa damon in istanbul thank you. president obama is promising he will walk away from a nuclear deal with iran unless it includes tight inspections and what he calls unprecedented transparency. weeks until the deadline for the outline of the deal the president says he thinks an agreement can happen. mr. obama says iran would have to accept quote verification and restraint that so far at least they have not been willing to say yes to. >> if there is no deal we walk away. if we cannot verify they will not obtain a nuclear weapon
that there is a breakout period if they cheated, we would be able to have enough time to take action. if we don't have that kind of deal we will not take it. >> the next round of talks with iran begins on march 15th. police in russia arrested five suspects in the killing of the top opposition leader boris nemtsov. a sixth suspect blew himself up with a standoff with police. the suspects starting to appear in court and the question is did they act alone or orders from someone higher up? let's turn to correspondent matthew chance. matthew? >> reporter: not any answer to that question john. the four protesting innocence. one of them has confessed to involvement in the killing of boris nemtsov. the most prominent opposition figure. he was killed more than a week ago on a friday night as he walked back from a meal with his
girlfriend. that sort of killing shocked russia. another person sixth suspect, was also approached by the authorities in the chechnyan capital. they tried to bring him into custody and he detonated a grenade. that is a twist to the thickening plot into who killed boris nemtsov. who may have carried out the order to kill him is unclear. these people could have been paid by somebody else to carry out the killing. the implication and this is coming out in drips from the official comments from the leader in chechnya. this is merely an attempt to distance the kremlin from the killing of boris nemtsov.
>> it will be hard to satisfy all parties in the investigation. matthew chance thank you. hillary clinton is set to make a public appearance in new york city. it is not clear if she will address the e-mail scandal that is following her around. one of her biggest supporters dianne feinstein is urging her to break her silence and and asking her to explain why she used a personal e-mail account for state business. >> she is the political figure right now. she is the leading candidate. republican or democrat for the next president. i think that she needs to step up and come out and state exactly what the situation is. >> senator feinstein says if mrs. clinton does not address the scandal now the silence
will hurt her. what a turnout in selma, alabama to mark the 50th anniversary of bloody sunday. thousands stood together to remember the protests with police to help bring about the 1965 voting rights act. the weekend wrapped up with the march across the edmund pettus bridge. eric holder spoke to the crowd. despite the progress the right to vote is under siege. >> without adequate political representation and without real political power, people of color continue to be marginalized and stigmatized and denied their very humanity. >> on saturday president obama and the first family led across the selma bridge hand-in-hand with congress member john lewis who was a leader in 1965. some would like the bridge to be changed to the john lewis bridge. the old name of the bridge is
poignant. >> a lot of history there. >> a lot of history. growing outrage in madison, wisconsin after the fatal shooting of an unarmed teenager by a police officer. the shooting of 19-year-old tony robinson caused protests. the madison police officer involved in the shooting has been identified as 45-year-old matt kenny. he has been placed on administrative leave while the investigation goes forward. a protes rally will be held this morning on the university of oklahoma campus after this video surfaced showing fraternity members engaged in a vile racist chant. the oklahoma chapter of sigma alpha epsilon has been shutdown after the video showing members shouting slurs. the national chapter leadership is disgusted. the university is investigating.
>> this story is just beginning. >> it is really gross. a collective sigh from millions of people now enjoying a break from the winter temperatures. is more of the same on the way? let's get to meteorologist pedram javaheri for a look at the weather. >> good morning, john and christine. it feels like spring has sprung. you look at the colors you don't like. the purples and pinks is up to canada. the mild air builds in to the latter portion of the week. for the foreseeable future warmer temperatures. we have snowshowers and a wintry mix north of pittsburgh and williamsport. you could see a few flakes in new york city this morning, nothing in the way of accumulation. about 4.5 million under the advisories this morning. slick conditions for the morning rush hour. wet down across the south from houston to san antonio and corpus christi. strong southerly flow. tremendous rainfall around the gulf coast. 2 to 4 inches from houston to 2
to 4 in jackson. birmingham north, 4 to 6 inches of rainfall through the latter portion of the week. the moisture and long-range outlook for the next two weeks, keeps texas below normal. you in the northeast, below normal as well. the entire country looking at above average temperatures in the coming two weeks. thanks pedram. let's get an early start on your money. asian markets lower this morning following the u.s. market plunge on friday. investors worry that the great jobs report means the fed can raise your interest rates sooner. the dow and s&p and nasdaq lost more than 1% on friday. futures are lower. wall street has something to celebrate. the bull market turns six years old today. >> the bull market is in first grade. learning to read. >> apple watch questions may be answered. they are holding details about the upcoming apple watch.
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he is optimistic this plane will be found. cnn's anna coren is live from kuala lumpur for us. a report has now been released. anna what does this report conclude? >> reporter: we are looking at the report that provides more questions than answers, christine. i say that because the flight was routine. it was normal. nothing wrong with the plane. there was a battery among the black boxes which had expired in the flight data recorder. a major maintenance oversight. there was the battery in the cockpit voice recorder which was operational. the pings were emitting for the 30 days after the crash if that is what happened. which is what is presumed. certainly it doesn't look good for malaysia airline. the other thing to come out of
the report christine, a minute-by-minute blow as what took place in the air traffic control tower when they realized the plane was lost. there were emergency pro toe calls which were not followed. the delay caused confusion and the search was delayed for hours. the other interesting piece of information to come from the report is the behavior of the pilot. captain zahari. the theory of was he responsible for the disappearance of mh-370. did he commit suicide? the report says he was not having stress or financial or medical or personal problems. really that cleared him. for the families christine, the families of the 239 people on
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eight years since america's hostage first disappeared in iran while on a mission for the cia. the family of the former fbi agent has released a statement reminding the world that levinson is a husband and father and grandfather while the countries work to bring him home. he turns 67 tomorrow. two california women may have to face a judge in italy for carving their initials into the war ofll of the coliseum in rome. the women scratched the letters "j" and "n" on the landmark. they took selfies. the last tourist who defaced the landmark was fined $25,000.
>> the selfish craze. a manned solar powered plane around the world is under way from abu dhabi across the atlantic and pacific. it weighs less than a large suv. it features 17,000 solar cells. a stunning discovery in utah. a baby still alive, 14 hours after a crash that left the car upside down in the spanish forks river. a nearby fisherman spotted the vehicle. the rescuers found the 18-month-old baby girl strapped into the car seat. >> the witness said there was an arm he could see in the vehicle. >> it became apparent that the driver was deceased. we noticed there was a small baby in the backseat. >> grabbed the baby in my arms. raised its head out of the water. as i tried to release the seatbelt. >> the child was passed to me
and i just ran up and climbed in the ambulance with the child. >> it just takes my breath away. the thought of what they were going through. she is in critical condition at a salt lake city hospital. her mother was driving that car died in the crash. what a miracle the girl survived. what a tragedy. >> true. 54 minutes after the hour. changes could raise some costs at mcdonald's. we will hear from mcdonald's next.
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lower. u.s. stock futures are lower. markets plunged on friday. most americans welcomed the jobs report. investors are worried it will force the fed to raise interest rates sooner. nasdaq and the s&p lost 1%. all three were down 2% for the week. chicken growers could pay for the policy. two years to eliminate antibiotics from production. experts predict mcdonald's will push the cost back to supplies rather than consumers. dangerous terror alliance with isis and boko haram. what does that mean for the united states and the battle against terror? "new day" starts now. it appears the leader of boko haram is pledges support to the head of isis. it gives isis an arc of
allegiance from one coast of africa to the other. what do we want? justice. >> my son is never been a violent person. >> he was unarmed. that is going to make this all the more complicated. she needs to step up and state exactly what the situation is. the policy is to encourage transparency. there was a small baby in the backseat. >> upside down in her car seat for up to 13 hours. >> i ran up and climbed in the ambulance with the child. >> announcer: this is "new day with chris cuomo." >> good morning. welcome to your "new day." it is monday march 9th. we do have major action in iraq going on right now. troops advances in the battle for tikrit. >> nigeria's terrorist group
pledges allegiance to the islamic state. isis continuing the push into iraq. this morning, the top general for the u.s. military heading to side of tikrit iraq. good morning, ben. >> reporter: good morning. we're just one mile to the east of tikrit. and what we've seen this morning is a steady advance by iraqi forces. it's a combination of these paramilitary forces plus special forces as well as iraqi police. first, they fired rockets into the distance in the direction of tikrit. just an hour ago they moved toward the city. what you see behind me is oil fires that have been set by isis fighters. it's an