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>> as tonesia looks to heal isis stps forward to claim responsibility. >> and u.s. president obama finally phones nth after his weekend election win. >> and another instance of police allegedly using excessive force against an african african-american puts u.s. race relations back in the spotlight again. thank you for joining us. you're watching cnn newsroom.
it is 7:00 a.m. in tonesia where the president has decided to deploy the army in the country's major cities. we're getting our first looks where the government wounded and killed dozens of people. here is more. >> bloodstains and damage not the place at the museum. 23 people were killed in the attack most of them tourists. attended by the minister who pledged the government would irradicate terrorism. >> you will see and witness what
we do, he said. the guilty says nine people have been arrested. saying it was carried out by two inside bmers. survivors have given harrowing accounts of what happened. >> we were calmly visiting the museum. at first we thought a statue had fallen over but then ewith heard screams. eventually realized it was gunfire exploding. we didn't know what we were going to do so we hid.
>> now isis has released this video. cnn cannot verify the authenticity. the one kouptdry to emerge from the arab spring with relative stability. now there are hundreds of jihadi fighters but many more come from the middle east and north africa. tonesia has more than any other country. analysts say this is the flip side to the revolution. >> it's not because the country has freedoms. it's not a by product of democracy. it is more so a by product of the history of repression under
the prerevolutionary dictatorships. and combine that with the state security apparatus. and libya whose instability is one of the chief threats. >> for tonesia, the road goes through libya. where law and order has broken down and multiple militias vie for voel. control. >> they don't really govern their territory. a lot of these fighters who have gone to syria have gone there through training camps in lib yachlt some of them are coming back and some of them will be coming back. >> the museum attack is just one example.
. >> what we are most worried about apart from the event yesterday is the situation in libya which is a reason for alarm for a number of reasons. first of all for that country itself buzz libyan citizens are forced to live in a situation of chaos and in the fear of civil war. further more, isis is spreading inside libya.
johnson suffered a head injury during that arrest prompting some university of virginia students to protest. >> at no time did he present a fake id. never the less, virginia abc officers present on the scene questioned my client about being in possession of false identification. the conversation resulted in my client being thrown to the ground his head hitting the pavement the officer's knees pressed his his back his face and skull needing surgery. >> officials say the special agents involved in johnon's arrest will be restricted to administrative duties pending the results of the investigation.
that shooting spawned a movement that calls itself hands up don't shoot. we're sure you have heard it and scene it. the evidence in the brown case shows it dintd happen that way. >> it is the mantra of a movement started in felgerson, missouri after the shooting of unarmed seen ager michael brown. hands up don't shoot spread across america like wild fire. >> it's no good. it's not true. it is either based on a lie or based on a misinterpretation of what happened. >> federal and local authorities
show evidence show that hands up don't shoot didn't happen. michael brown ice hands were not up in surrender so where did it come from? brown's friend the day. >> his weapon was already drawn. he shot again. once my friend felt that shot he put his hands in the air and he started to get down but the officer still approached and he fired several more shots. there are plenty convinced that brown had his hands up. here is what the witnesses closest to the incident say. witness 102, a biracial male. fur sure that brown's hands were not above his head. witness 103, reluctant stating
snitches get stitches eventually did talk. he says he did not see brown's hands up and witnessed brown moving fast towards wilson. a biracial female said she heard the shots fired. she saw wilson hop out of the car and yell stop stop stop. brown ran and turned around and for a second began to raise his hands but quickly balled up his fists and charged at wilson. she told investigators, wilson waited a long time to fire his gun adding she would have fired sooner. witness 105, a 50-year-old black female says she noticed brown put his hands up for a brief moment but then turned around made a shuffling movement and put his hands down and ran towards wilson. most of this not made public
until long after the shoolting and that was too late. >> i deal with the facts that other witnesses say his hands were hup. wi ear debating whether or not his hands were up but we're not debating whether or not he is dead or alive. we know for a fact he's dead. he's not here and he didn't have a weapon. >> but the argument is if he wasn't surrendering, there's a fusification. >> that's a tactic that has been used against black males wheen dealing with police for the longest. you can root back to slavery. you kind of you have to find a way to vil niz the victim. and find a, you know the smallest means to justify why this officer had to use deadly force. >> the report shows officer wilson was justified but in this case the facts can't stop a
slogan. rsh r. >> sarah sidner reporting there. the prescribe walks back. controversial free election comments. plus an invitation from russia's president. kim jong un may soon be making his first state visit outside of his country, plus a biker takes police on a wild chase but not without a little show boating.
ulated benjamin netenyahu on his victory but the phone call apparently came with a warning about his pre-election comments ruling out palistinian state-hood. here is jim acata. >> the president made it clear that relations between these listening time allies may be about to change. officials said that the president told the prescribe that we may need to reassess our
options. administration officials say they're furious over nth's remarks. pointing to the prime minister's rejection of a palestinian state in this interview. netenyahu said indeed. >> i would certainly acknowledge that the president is aware of the comments and noticed them. i don't think i would characterize his reaction. but i think that the -- there are obvious policy implications. >> in a post election interview
aeli citizens. >> it is insisted that they will always have the right to vote. where they are threatening to deny votes. the measure the u.s. has blocked before. they are saying get over it. >> what about the administration? lukewarm. >> understand the realities of what they canner ka k not achieve. >> palestinians are reacting with skepticism to the latest comments.
>> i think that the international community would not trust. >> i believe that the issue before us is to have a determination from the international community perhaps through the security council from all of these wishy washy and flipping you know position by the prescribe of israel. >> there has been no change in the prescribeime minister's position at all.
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not a draft document and all elements are being negotiated and nothing is being put on paper and circulated in a formulated document at the moment. he has set we're working hard. working hard. i asked him about what progress is being made. this is what he told me. >> have you made progress? >> we are making progress but there are issues that need to be resolved. >> which issues need progress? >> all of them. no some of them. >> interesting that he turned around on his answer. it was interesting because about
need to make progress on the technical issues. political issues that are not so close at the moment. >> and i will talk live with nick in the next hour. secretary of state kerry strongly condemned an attack. kerry also called for an investigation. the attack is said to have happened in the sirrian town on monday.
ion air strikes is keeping the pressure on isis my tants across syria and iraq. curdish forces have helped push back. we went to the front lines where progress is being made but the isis flag still flies in the distance. >> this village looks peaceful enough. less than two weeks ago it was under isis control.
or an awareness of how deceptive this peaceful scene really is. >> oh. eir commander is up beat. >> the situation is now very good the general tells me. there are only occasional clashes. the residents of this area are sunni sunni arabs. most have fled. only a few, teachers stayed behind. they say isis allowed the schools to stay open but took away all the history books. i ask if anyone here welcomed
say they have absolutely no air cover from the international coalition. >> the coalition provides air cover for the iraqi government forces. everyone sels on their own. isis's black banner still flies over the town while black smoke rises from burning homes behind us. they keep a wary eye on them. these are men who have known little but war. 58-year-old man joined the iraqi army in his late teens. hows americans are more concerned about isis than ever. 80% say they think isis poses a
serious threat to the united states. that's up from 73% in november. 68% last fall. the poll also finds 79% of americans are somewhat or very worried that the fight against isis will spread throughout the region. >> and the reopening of the cafe in sydney. new premier met with staff before the doors opened and praised them for their comradery. in december gunman took 17 people hostage. >> next here a look at why u.s. authorities are now investigating some missing persons cases in cities where
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