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. selling the deal. president obama with his most extensive comments yet on why the iran nuclear agreement is best for all countries, including israel but prime minister netanyahu is not swayed. what both have to say this morning. officials in kenya hunting for a terror mastermind. they identified the man they say led the attack in the deadly siege at the university. who is he? we are live in kenya. failure of journalism. "rolling stone" called out for
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not following the basic guidelines with the graphic article about the alleged gang rape at uva. the fallout and apology ahead. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. it is monday, april 6th. this morning, perspective in the deal to curb iran's nuclear program. president obama with the interview with "the new york times" over the criticism and the framework hashed out last week in switzerland. he said quote, absolutely making sure the israelis maintain quality military edge over tehran and neighbors. the president reinforced the statement of this is the best way to protect israeli security. >> what i would say is however, there is no formula, there is no option to prevent iran from getting a nuclear weapon that
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will be more effective than the diplomatic initiative and framework we put forward. >> the president's interview was one part of lobbying from all sides. it includes the prime minister slamming the president's deal on cnn. we have more from saima mohsin from the white house. >> reporter: he wants more pressure and sanctions in iran. he is working with congress to get them to block this deal and hold off for a better one. he is lobbying members. he spoken to 2/3 of members of congress personally. the white house anticipated this. that is why they are putting up president obama calling members of congress and top congressional leadership and reaching out to world leaders. prime minister netanyahu and president obama have had a documented tense relationship. in an interview with jim acosta
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the opposition to the bill is not in direct reference to that. >> i always respect the presidency of the united states and this president of the united states. as the prime minister of the one and only jewish state, when i see a country, terrorist regime committed to our destruction having a clear path to the bomb it is my obligation to speak out. >> reporter: there are many in congress receptive to netanyahu's argument. they skeptical of the deal. they believe it doesn't do enough to rollback iran's nuclear program. one top senate democrat dianne feinstein is a leading voice on capitol hill. she had some blunt criticism of netanyahu. she says she believes that this campaign he's waging to derail this deal is doing more harm than good. >> i think he said what he had to say and to be candid with
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you, this can back fire on him. i wish that he would contain himself because he has put out no real alternative in his speech to the congress. no real alternative. since them no real alternative. >> reporter: congress will be back in washington next week and there are a whole series of bills lined up for president to cal him in the deal. >> thank you for that. new developments in the brutal terrorist attack in southeastern kenya that killed 142 students and 5 security officers. kenyan government naming the mastermind of the attack by al shabaab militants. naming him as mohamed mohamud. offering a reward equal to $215,000. the father of another suspect in
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the garissa university an attack named by the government spoke to cnn over the weekend. he said his son went missing after graduating law school in 2013. the father said he had really given up on his son. for more let's bring in christian purefoy live in garissa. tell us about the $215,000 reward for the mastermind of the attack. >> reporter: yes, the interior minister kenya has named mahmoud as the killer of the 147 people minutes people. he is in control of the groups that come across through attacks and incursions in kenyan territory. that is his region of operations. that border is a four-hour long drive of dirt and track from
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here. he has done other attacks before. notably with the same mode of operation where 28 people were killed on a bus. they separated christians and muslims and asked the muslims to recite the koran and killed the christians. when we talk christine, about the mastermind it is good to bear in mind 147 people were murdered in the most basic means possible. these people really are criminals. christine. >> just criminals with unbelievable effect. tell me a little bit about the man -- i guess the man who is saying his son was one of the suspects here. what do we know about that? >> reporter: he is one of the four suspects named by the kenyan interior ministry as one of the main attackers.
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there were four attackers that went into university at 5:00 a.m. and killed two security guards and continued to the massacre massacre. he was the son of a local politician in the neighboring region mandela. kenyan president who said the people who committed the attack are deeply embedded in society. this is a home-grown terrorist. this is serious for kenyan authorities to deal with. these people are not just coming across the border. they are in the couple tryntry. >> christian purefoy for us in kenya. thank you for that. seven minutes past the hour. police arrest two teens possibly connected with terrorist ties. a 14-year-old boy and 16-year-old girl were arrested for quote preparing for an
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attack of terrorism. the boy had a number of terrorist connections on his devices. a bombshell move from "rolling stone" magazine following the report from columbia university school of journalism slamming that magazine for failing basic practice. now withdrawn an article over a woman who claimed she was gang raped at the university of virginia. the publisher decided not to fire anyone. he believes the mistakes were not intentional. the author of the article is issuing an apology. reading the mistakes in reporting was a brutal experience. i want to offer my deepest apologies to "rolling stone" readers and colleagues and uva community and any victims of sexual assault who may feel
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fearful. the uva president issuing a fierce response to the review saying "rolling stone" story did not to combat sexual violence. irresponsible journalism unjustly damaged the reputations of many innocent individuals and the university of virginia. deans of the school will speak today about the investigation. closing arguments today in the trial of the boston marathon bomber. insiders say the jury could get the case before the end of the day after more than three weeks of testimony. 96 witnesses. they have to decide if dzhokhar tsarnaev was pushed by his older brother in carrying out attack and if the 21 deserves the death penalty. lawyers for aaron hernandez will begin the day of testimony in the murder trial today.
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the legal team for the former new england patriots player expects to put on its only witnesses on monday and then rest. the prosecution laid out the case in two months accused and shooting odin lloyd. questions swirling around hillary clinton this morning and her all but announced run for president. we are told aides have been instructed today for a campaign rollout. top activists in iowa and new hampshire say they have been placed on alert. clinton will declare soon with the first announcement on social media. the hillary watch picked up when her team signed a lease for office space in brooklyn. and the investigation into the company that may have sickened a delaware. this happened last month when the family was vacationing.
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his wife is hospitalized now and the others became sick. the ongoing california draught is hurting the country. growing more than 1/3 of vegetables. 2/3 of fruits and nuts. lack of water is a problem in california for years. that sent prices higher for several staples last year. the prices could climb again this year because of the drought. the drop in oil prices means we could import more. now farmers are deciding if they should plant less next year because of lack of water. the severe weather threat in the middle of the country may be just beginning this week. for more let's get to
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meteorologist pedram javaheri for an early look at your forecast. >> good morning, christine. look at the temperatures. 60s and 70s. mid-60s in new york city. we have clouds on the increase. temperature trend remains mild. areas in minneapolis on the cool side at 42. severe weather threat will be minimal and isolated pocket today. it will expand as the week progresses. we will touch on that monday and tuesday and wednesday. wednesday into thursday it gets expansive. that is a concern as some of the storms have the potential to be the most significant of the season. a wet pattern across the eastern half of the country with new york generally cloudy and showers the next few days. the temperatures do stay in the 60s with the exception of tuesday and wednesday with the 40s and 50. notice in chicago, the cooling trend is there. christine. >> pedram javaheri thanks.
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the battle for terrorist in yemen heat up overnight. rebels fighting for a key port city. the very latest in a very dangerous situation next. headache? motrin helps you be an unstoppable, let's-rock-this-concert- like-it's-1999 kind of mom. back pain? motrin helps you be the side-planking keeping-up-with- your-girlfriend- even-though-you'll-feel-it- later kind of woman you are. body pain? motrin helps you be an unstoppable, i-can-totally-do-this- all-in-one-trip kind of woman. when pain tries to stop you, there's motrin. motrin works fast to stop pain where it starts. make it happen with new motrin liquid gels.
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an american family in mourning right now for the first u.s. citizen having been killed in the warfare in yemen. jamal al labani went to yemen to bring his pregnant wife and daughter back to america. he was hit by a mortar. and the fighting in sanaa causing wide spread backouts. for the latest let's bring in becky anderson from saudi
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arabia. >> reporter: good morning. 12 nights into the saudis are calling the operation the storming humanitarian situation on the ground called dire. some parts of aden have been without water and power without days. the red cross worker in the past hour reporting that the port city is a ghost town. the city scale of destruction, he said clearer by the day. the red cross has been struggling to get any humanitarian aid into aden. it will be days before they fly in supplies and materials. the red cross is asking for a 24 hour cease-fire and the russians provided the united nations asked for a humanitarian corridor. at this stage, saying their members are considering that. as you rightly point out, on the ground things deteriorating.
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some are still held by houthis militia. many supported by the iranians. the air strikes really are not set up what they are supposed to do. we have been reporting now for days the jihadists and al qaeda bringing some 300 prisoners from a jail and one of those prisoners, a senior commander of al qaeda, seen in the presidential palace just days ago in aden. things are very very difficult on the ground as i say with the red cross hoping to get in today and things will get clearer as aid workers come in.
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>> becky anderson thank you for that. on the phone from riyadh. flooding in chile. government officials say at least 3,000 people are living in emergency shelters right now. several areas lost power and running water. there are fears the flood waters could spread diseases like tetanus. rescue on the southern mediterranean sea. italian coast guard saved nearly 1,500 migrants off the coast of libya saturday. the other two were found on route to those. they were taken ports in sicily. play ball. hope springs eternal on opening day for major league baseball and a major trade already has
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to the padres. duke and wisconsin gearing up for the ncaa tournament championship game tonight. the badgers looking for the second ever title and first since 1941. wisconsin advanced with a stunning win over the unbeaten kentucky. the fall for kentucky not limited to basketball. andrew harrison was picked up by a hot mic using the "n" word. harrison an pollackpologized later. a rematch from last year in the women's final four. we will get more from andy scholes in the bleacher report in the next hour. president obama laying on the line from israel. estateshe he states a nuclear deal will
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not harm the relationship with israel. we are live in jerusalem next with the latest.
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point/counter point. president obama and israeli prime minister not ready to budge on the positions on the iranian nuclear deal. what did the president say to try to ease rising concerns in israel? hunted man. officials in kenya searching for the man they say masterminded last week's terror attack at the university. how are authorities trying to track him down. a live report from garissa is minutes away.
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retraction and apology after rolling stone has flaws in the article about the alleged rape at uva. how can nobody get fired for a screw up like this? the school's response minutes away. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. this morning, new perspective in the developing deal to curb iran's nuclear program. president obama's interview acknowledging widespread criticism and reluctance over the framework hashed out last week. president obama is committed to maintaining the qualitative military edge over iran and arab neighbors. the president reinforced the argument that this is the best way to protect israeli security. >> i would say to the israeli people, however, that there is no formula or option to prevent
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iran from getting a nuclear weapon that will be more effective than the diplomatic initiative and framework we put forward. that's de . >> it included israel's prime minister slamming that deal on cnn and top senate democrat suggesting the prime minister made his point. >> the prime minister of the one and only jewish state, when i see a country committed to our destruction, having a clear path to the bomb it is my obligation to speak out as i'm doing now and i'll do in any form. >> i think he said what he had to say. to be candid with you, this can back fire on him. i wish that he would contain himself because he has put out no real alternative in his speech to the congress.
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no real alternative. since then no real alternative. >> for more on the israeli reaction to the iran nuclear deal let's bring in cnn's oren liebermann live in jerusalem. good morning, oren. the air waves in this country filled with conversation point/counter point this weekend about that deal. >> reporter: conversation bordering on outright argument. christine, prime minister netanyahu and president obama coming out on their side of the deal. president obama supporting the deal and trying to make sure to lobby support for it. prime minister netanyahu as we have seen him do very much coming out against the deal strengthening his rhetoric and increasing criticism of the deal. he says it is not a good deal. his alternative is a better deal. he said sanctions got the world to this point where the iranians are coming to the table and negotiating about the structure
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and program. he wants to keep sanctions in place so the iranians are willing to come to the table, but dismantle infrastructure. netanyahu says a nuclear program is okay but to keep the centrifuges going is unacceptable to israel. he says the infrastructure needs to be pulled back and pulled apart. he will keep lobby be against this as president obama keeps lobbying for it. we know president obama spoke to republicans. s republicans. now president obama is speaking to democrats. he is doing the opposite. he is reaching out to the same people trying to rally support against the deal. christine, there was a very interesting part of the interview on "state of the union" where he was asked do you trust president obama. netanyahu hesitated and then said i trust president obama will do what is best for
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america. netanyahu will do what is in the best interest of israel. i think we can very much expect to see this back and forth over the next three months. >> you are absolutely right. oren liebermann in jerusalem. thanks for that. new developments in the terrorist attack in the university in northeastern kenya that killed 142 students and 5 security guards. the kenyan government naming the mastermind as mohamed mohamud. a most wanted notice was offered for his capture. the father of the other suspect named by the government spoke to cnn over the weekend. he said his son went missing soon after graduating in 2013. the father said he had really given up on his son. for more now, let's bring in christian purefoy live from garissa. we are learning more about who may have ordered that attack that killed so many of those
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students and security officials. what are you learning this morning? >> reporter: christine, as you said the interior minister of kenya are calling the mastermind behind the attack mahmoud. he is now in control of the militias that come across the border into kenya to create havoc. one of the previous attacks he associated with have the same mode of operation against the university. the attack on the bus on the road down here where they stopped the bus and got all passengers off and separated them christians and muslims, and began to kill the christians. 28 people died. this man, christine, is a extremely dangerous man. they use the term mastermind. this man is just using the basic means possible to kill as many people as possible. christine. >> tell us a little bit about --
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he has been suspected of other attacks with similar hallmarks separating out muslims and christians. what is the goal here? is it to inspire terror? is it sharia law? what does he want? >> reporter: we can take garissa and why garissa? why the center of so many attacks? not just universities but buses. it lies christine, on the long religious fault line between mostly christians in africa and northern muslim africa. you have boko haram and al shabaab. all along this border and this is where the two meet and often clash. a lot of communities here try to bridge these differences through dialogue. these groups like al shabaab want to come in and create division and chaos.
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>> christian purefoy, thank you. police in northern england arrest two teens with suspected links to terror. possibly the youngest terror related arrests in u.k. a 14-year-old boy and 16-year-old girl were arrested. the boy allegedly had suspect activity on the number of electronic device. both out on bail until may 28th. a bombshell move from "rolling stone" magazine following a scathing report from columbia university school of journalism. slamming the magazine for failing basic and routine journalism practices. "rolling stone" now discredited in the article claiming a woman was gang raped. "rolling stone" publisher is not firing anyone. now the author of the article is
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issuing an apology. now saying reading the account of the mistakes in my reporting was a humbling experience. i want to offer my apologies to the readers, editors and colleagues and uva community and any victims of sexual assault who may feel fearful as a result of the article. uva president issuing a fierce response to the review saying the story did nothing to combat sexual violence and damaged serious efforts to address the issue. such false depictions reinforce the reluctance sexual assault victims already feel about reporting their experience less they be doubted or ignored. deans of the school of journalism will speak today about the investigation. closing arguments today in the boston marathon bomber. the jury could get the case before the end of the day after
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more than three weeks of testimony from 96 witnesses. they have to decide if dzhokhar tsarnaev was pushed by his older brother in carrying out the attack. questions swirling around hillary clinton this morning and her all but announced run for president. we are told aides have been instructed starting to be ready today for a campaign rollout. top activists in iowa and new hampshire privately say they have been placed on alert. clinton will declare soon with the first announcement on social media. the watch picked up last week when the clinton team signed a lease for office space in brooklyn. new york city police on the hunt for a man believed to have fired shots outside a casino in queens in a parking lot. the 22-year-old was involved in the friday night shooting which followed a wild melee inside. hundreds of people involved in the fight. several were hurt. the fight broke out after people
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experts slashed the forecast. corporate earnings are expected to fall for the first time since late 2012. we will have to see how the market reacts today to the jobs report. thunderstorms possibly disrupting the masters tournament practice. maybe just the beginning of severe weather this week. for more let's get to meteorologist pedram javaheri with an early look at your forecast. >> christine, the national glance showing mostly sunny skies today. temperatures going to remain on the warm side for a couple of days. concerns in memphis. they roll on in through atlanta. the temperatures you cannot beat it. mid-70s from atlanta to charleston. the warming trend continues across the south. 91 in tallahassee toward the middle portion of the week. severe storms in the picture there. how about the western u.s.? above 4,000 feet and significant snow accumulations. perhaps too little too late.
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jamal al labani was killed in aden. the saudi led air strikes pounding the houthis capital of sanaa. the fighting there causing wide spread blackouts. for the latest i want to bring in becky anderson from riyadh. >> reporter: the humanitarian situation on the ground is described as dire. some parts of aden have been without water and power now for days. one witness this morning in the past hour describing aden as a
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ghost town. inn has beententn has been international aid agencies are hoping to get in today. red cross set to make two emergency flights to bring medical supplies in. this is after days of delays after both sides blaming each other. unicef reporting that over 1 million children cannot go to school because of the ongoing conflict. the saudi-led air strikes are continuing in an effort to degrade the houthis rebels on the ground. it is not clear the coalition made very much progress as you rightly pointed out in sanaa or aden. there are still calls for a 24-hour cease-fire in aden. the u.n. security council considering an appeal from
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russia for a humanitarian port. as we are reporting, meantime on the ground absolute chaos. back to you. >> becky anderson in riyadh. edward snowden answering to a higher power. john oliver with some pointed questions for the nsa leaker. snowden had fewer pointed answers. we will show you the interesting interview next.
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all right. monday let's get an early start
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on your money. most of europe and asian markets closed for a holiday. the economy added only 126,000 jobs. the smallest gains since the end of 2013. it has been 40 years since bill gates and paul allen founded microsoft. to mark that anniversary, gates sent an e-mail to microsoft employees that has since gone viral. said early on paul allen and i set the goal of a computer on every desk in every home. it was a bold idea. people thought we were out of other minds. it is amazing to think how far computing has come. in 1995 when he said he wanted a computer on every desk. he was crazy. it turned out he was right. furious 7 brought in $143
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million for the weekend box office. the first movie made about that much total. furious 7 made twice as much as shades of grey. it is the last movie starring actor paul walker. furious 7 was in production when he was killed in a car crash in 2013. it is 5:00 in the east. "early start" continues right now. >> selling the deal. president obama with his most extensive comments yet on why the iran nuclear agreement is best for all countries, including israel. but prime minister netanyahu is not swayed. officials in kenya hunting for a terror mastermind. they identified the man they say led the attack in last week's deadly siege at the university. who is he? where could he have fled? failure of journalism. "rolling

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