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ruins and isis is running in the streets. picking up the pieces after a tornado flattens neighborhoods in the midwestern united states. i'm paula newton and this is "cnn newsroom." the presidents of cuba and the united states are expected to meet a little later today after a brief hello friday night in panama city, panama. they came face to face at the summit of the americas dinner. it was the first meeting after more than 50 years. this is the first time cuba has been invited to attend the summit. the u.s. has blocked cuba's invitation since 1962. shasta darlington has more. >> reporter: we've been waiting for the handshake.
there are pictures popping up across social media and this photo was posted online that showed castro leaning in saying how are you in english. the two men shake hands, flashes go off. a historic moment and a symbol of that thaw that we've been talking about. these two countries that have called each other enemy for more than half a century. this is the first time cuba has been to one of those summits. it's an achievement for lots of leaders across latin america. they've been pushing to bring cuba to the table for more than a decade. they have also been tweeting and sending out pictures of this moment. so important for the summit. according to a white house official, this was an informal encounter. we can expect more substantial interaction later today. we'll have another family floet after the one we had last night. there will be time for these leaders to meet on the sidelines for face time talking about more
important and substantial issues. i think one of the out standing issues, is white house officials said we could expect soon, perhaps even today an announcement on cuba being removed from the list of countries that support terrorism. this has been a huge stumbling block for building ties back up. any announcement along those lines would be a big advance. as far as president obama is concerned he'll give a final news conference. >> it brings governments of the western atmosphere. this sees cuba attend for the first time. leaders meet every few years to discuss common economic, social and political concerns, seek solutions and develop a shared vision for the region. the first summit was held in miami in 1994. the last was in columbia in
2012. to south carolina, this is where walter scott will be laid to rest later today. one week after he was shot and killed by a police officer. a group of people gathered friday night in front of city hall to remember scott and rally for justice in his case. police have questioned the passengers who was in the car with scott. he has since been released without any charges. authorities have also released a second dash cam video from another officer's patrol car. brian todd has more details. to warn you, some of the video you're about to see is graphic. >> reporter: cnn has obtained stunning new dash cam video from other officers arriving on the scene moments after walter scott is shot. you can see officer james gan speeding from a nearby call when he hears shots are fired. here it appears you can see santana shooting a cell phone video. the key evidence against officer
slager. the man at the center of this case is in isolation. he's been held alone in a jail cel. cnn is called investigators from the state law enforcement division are combing through every frame of the video of the shooting. as well as of michael slager's dash cam video. a former prosecutor says the video still leaves gaps. >> we don't know whether they were fighting over his gun, taser or just fighting and the officer was trying to subdue him. >> reporter: there are new revelations from state investigators who say initial clues in the vacant lot where he was killed didn't add up. a spokesman for the south carolina law enforcement division says there was inconsistencies and questions about what appeared to be multiple gun shot wounds in his back. they say something was not right. the new details come as african-american leaders are growing more vocal in their
criticism of the police. >> enough is enough. >> reporter: they say police disproportionately target black motorists. one person telling they look for broken tail lights. the video shows his brake lights were out but the lower lights work. >> any time you ride down a street in any given day you'll see four to five policemen has pulled someone over that's black. any given day. people see that and it brings anger. >> reporter: we reached out to the north charleston police department for a reresponse, we didn't hear back. the fbi is is investigating a california police department after video showed officers punching a suspect 40 times. it's a chase that also injured
three deputies. stephanie elam reports. >> reporter: it's a police chase that looks like something out of the wild west. >> i've got this guy on a stolen horse. >> reporter: a 30-year-old attempting to outrun law enforcement on the back of a stolen horse in a rural part of san bernardino county. the bizarre chase ends when the horse bucks the suspect. sheriff's deputies attempts to tase him. as deputies get closer, he appears to surrender laying face down on the ground before putting his hands behind his back. that doesn't stop officers from kicking him in the groin and head. landing punch after punch on his body. it's a beating that last two minutes with ten officers involved. all of whom are on paid administrative leave >> somebody should go to prison
on this. what i saw was thugs beating up my client. that's what i saw. these questions about what he was doing. what did they do? this is far worse than rodney king. >> reporter: san barn dino sheriff has ordered an immediate internal investigation. the specialized investigation detail is conducting a criminal investigation as well. >> i am disturbed and troubled by what i see in the video. it does not appear to be in line with our policies and procedures, at least a portion of it. i ask that you allow us to conduct that investigation and i assure you, if there is criminal wrongdoing on the part of any of our deputy sheriffs or any policy violations, we will take action. >> reporter: the sheriff's department says deputies were attempting to serve the suspect with a search warrant related to an identity tleft investigation. when he fled in a car and abandoned it and ran into the desert where he stole a horse. in total, a chase that went on for three hours.
>> i'm not going to stand here and say he's perfect. >> reporter: his girlfriend of 13 years believes the officers went too far. >> they beat the crap out of him and they're trying to do everything they can to avoid being in trouble. >> reporter: in trouble where police tactics are under scrutiny. the fbi has launched an investigation to determine whether or not his civil rights were violeated. >> a close knit town in illinois is cleaning up after tornados left two people dead. two counties in the state are disaster areas. >> reporter: the chief in fairdale illinois says the tornado is not something they're used to. there are amazing stories of survival. if you look behind me inside those two cars there were three adults and three children when a
tornado struck and they survived to tell the story. with terrifying ferociousness tornados ripped through small towns. residents in the storm's path looked on in fear. >> i'm scared to death of storms. i was watching everything. >> i feel like it's a bad dream. something i'd be watching on the news somewhere else, not in my neighborhood. >> reporter: one tornado cut a 22 mile path through this illinois flat land. the town of fairdale is a somewhat dot on the map but a tornado ripped through it. the town does not have sirens. two elderly women were killed here. those that survived, like this man, knows how lucky they are. >> everything seemed like it happened in two seconds. >> reporter: he rode the storm out while sitting in this blue ford focus. they were inside an iron work
shop. he was inside the car with a co-worker who had raced over with his wife and three young kids to seek shelter. molts later the tornado made a direct hit. >> i remember looking through the windshield and seeing the roof of the shop coming up and down. next thing i know beams are falling. luckily nobody got hurt. >> reporter: he and his friend's family managed to get out of the debris p. to see this of what's left of the building around them. search and rescue teams have spent the day looking through miles of debris looking for survivors. trying to make sure everyone is accounted. for officials say that work is winding down. >> we are very confident we have covered all the areas that needed special attention. >> reporter: emergency officials in the region say many people across the area had 30 minutes' worth of warning ahead of the storms. even though there weren't
tornado sirens here. emergency officials say many of the people did get the warnings ahead of time. in the cases of the two elderly women who died. it would not have made a difference. they were in the hardest hit areas in town. >> that was ed lavandera. the national weather service has surveyed the damage. derek van dam is at the international weather center r. where are we, is this the kind of season where they expect to see that kind of thing ing illinois? >> absolutely. this is very close. on the periphery that is called tornado alley. when we start seeing images like this, you just think about whether or not these people had the appropriate time to get ready, if they had listened to tornado sirens. et cetera. i just look at this particular image. you can see the destructive
force of mother nature, these tornados taking cars flipping them over. taking tree limbs and putting them through house walls. destroying homes. it breaks my heart. the national weather service has to go back and assess the damage to attribute some sort of scale to the strength of the particular tornado. this is called the enhanced fujeeta scale. they look at things like the tree limbs and which direction they fell. whether they fell straight fo forward or had an arc to them. if you look at the aerial photo you can see what i'm talking about. you see the striations in the ground. these powerful wedge tornados which sometimes can be a half to a mile wide, actually can dig up the dirt upwards of two to three feet into the ground. this can happen. it's rare but it can happen. it appears that there is some of that activity taking place in
the fairdale region. you can see that very distinct path. these tornados have been known to rip off asphalt and pavement straight off the ground. come back to my computer graphics you can see the enhance said scale. an ef-4 which is attributed to what you saw. devastating damage that took place. that is what the national weather service classified this tornado as. that means winds up to 322 kilometers per hour. it is almost next to impossible to physically measure the wind inside a tornado. you have to have this enhanced scale to be able to assess that. we have a chance of severe weather this saturday. we're monitoring this for texas and oklahoma panhandle. >> 300 kilometers an hour, i
can't imagine that. with all the severe weather barrelling through the u.s., and georgia. what can we expect? >> the same cold front that was responsible for the weather across the midwest continues to march eastward. this time, it's much weaker. we have a few showers moving across augusta. this is your forecast if you are going to be watching the end of the tournament. we have a small chance of rain but it will clear up. picture perfect by sunday. >> uninterrupted play. syrians caught between isis and the syrian government. we'll show you what conditions refugees are facing. months of speculation could come to an end on sunday. what lies ahead for hillary clinton after her online announcement about her plans for 2016.
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in the u.s.icts the presidential election is still a year and a half away, but familiar face is expected on the campaign trail for 2016. it's not a very big secret. now a source tells cnn hillary clinton plans to release a video message on sunday to announce her bid. then the form were secretary of state and first lady will head to two key early voting states
to begin campaigning. senior political correspondent brianna keilar has more. >> don't you someday want to see a woman president of the united states of america? >> reporter: sweeping aside months even years of speculation, cnn has learned hillary clinton will announce her presidential campaign this sunday. like her 2007 announcement. >> i announce today i'm forming it an exploratory committee. >> reporter: it will come via video. that is where clinton advisors hope the comparisons to her failed 2008 bid will end. in a newly released epilogue to her book, clinton lays out a rati rational for are candidacy. the birth of her granddaughter urged her to run. unfortunately too few of the children born roons the united states will grow up with the
same opportunities as charlotte. she says becoming a grandmother has spurred me to speed up. she will follow her announcement sunday with a trip to the early caucus state of iowa. >> i'm back. >> reporter: in 2008, her third place finish there signaled the beginning of the end for her campaign. >> thank you. >> reporter: a new quinniac university poll shows her admission she used a personal e-mail to conduct business as secretary of state may have affected her favorability there. clinton will need to navigate other challenges, distinguishing herself from a relatively unpopular president obama without alienating his vast loyal voters. handling the most controversial part of his presancy, foreign policy. she was in charge of the benghazi attack in 2012. and questions about her age. if elected, she would be 69 when
she took office, making her the second oldest president in history. and there's also the bill factor. how will the campaign manage the sometimes unpredictable former president. >> this whole thing is the biggest fairy tale i've seen. >> reporter: questions her new staff working out of office space hope to be better poised to answer when the campaign becomes official. now, clinton will join republican senators ted cruz and rand paul as the only major candidates to announce their runs so far. another republican, florida senator marco rubio is expected to maim his announcement on monday. the man charged with leading a deadly terror attack in mum bai is a free man. we have more details. >> reporter: here where the 2008 attacks took place, where 164
people lost their lives, news of the alleged master mind of the attacks release is being met with sadness and disappointment. i spoke to one person who was caught up in the attacks. he said i could have been a victim. i was lucky i wasn't. but for all the families who lost loved ones, his release means there's no closure. at a political level, there's anger. indiana strongly condemns the release saying it's an insult to victims of the attacks. the spokesperson for india's government. this development a step back for india pakistan relations which plummeted after the 2008 attacks. india says it has produced enough evidence that he is the
master mind of the attacks and has delivered it to pakistan. pakistan says india hasn't given it enough evidence. he still faced trial. cnn. mumbai. a statue of one oft south africa's founding fathers has looked down on cape town for decades. that's not the case anymore. the statue was brought down thursday after university students took to social media and rallied behind the hashtag, roads must fall. diana magnay has more of what's behind this fierce movement. >> reporter: hailed away from the spot where he sat for 80 years to cheers. capetown university students have been campaigning this. that rhodes should no longer sit
in state over their campus. >> it's about racial equality. >> reporter: racial equality which student leaders say is no where near where it should be more than 20 years after apartheid ended. the campus reflects the south african population. this man wants it changed. >> all the statues must fall. this is our college. to the space has been transformed until to be black is not a liability. >> reporter: other stony faces now in the firing line, one of south africa's founding fathers. a few flecks of green paint left on the statue.
there is a police presence here today to make sure that no one tries to do anything else to that statue. which they want to. this started off as a student movement and has been taken on by the eff, economic freedom fighters party, one of the brash newcomers on south africa's political scene. under the hashtag, paul kruger must fall. plenty think he should stay. >> need to know what their parents have gone through, where we're coming from so it can better shape our future. >> reporter: that's the government's take on it, too. that history can't be wiped out. though the president seemed to enjoy his zimbabwe encounters with the rhodes edebate. >> we are looking after the corpse, you have the statue of him. i don't know what you think you
wish we should do. dig him up? perhaps his spirit might rise again. and what shall we do? what else mr. rhodes? that is history now. >> reporter: a colonial history the region cannot erase, even as each generation searches for new ways to work through its checkered and painful legacy. diana magnay, cnn. the u.s. defense secretary is visiting south korea. he speaks with erin burnett if the nuclear deal with iran falls through. a new video about the jewelry heist in london. what the footage revealed about the alleged robbers.
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i'm paula newton. he's an update on the top stories we're following. u.s. president obama and cuban president castro met briefy at the summit of the americas. they are scheduled for a longer meeting today. this is their first face to face encounter since they agreed in december to renew diplomatic relations. walter scott will be laid to rest today one week after he was shot in the u.s. state of south carolina. police have questioned the passengers that was in the car with scott. he has been released without charges. the officer who shot scott has been fired and has been charged with murder.
in pakistan an active targeted killing, that's what officials are calling an attack on a construction site early saturday. they say armed militants opened fire and killed at least 20 people working on a bridge. the militants sped off on motorcycles after the attack. no one has yet claimed responsibility. now, this just a bit of news in to cnn. an egyptian court has sentenced the leader of the muslim brotherhood to death. the leader and 14 others of the group will be executed for inciting violence. reuters says the sentences can be appealed but the proscould take years. 34 other defendants will get life in prison for plotting terrorists attacks. they were among thousands detained in 2013 as the country overthrew president mohammed morsi. thousands of houthi si
supporters took to the streets in sanaa. saudi forces are expected to get more intelligence from the u.s. to learn about crucial targets. meantime, unicef says it has delivered a 16 ton shipment of medical supplies for those caught up nat chaos. officials say getting aid on the ground has been impall amist the fighting. we have an a activists from sanaa. hearing the accounts from medical personnel who were trying to get to had those injured and in need. it sounds haroing, is there possibility aid can get through? >> right now it's slim. things are escalating as we go by the day. every day has been worse than the one before it. there are hopes right now that a
cease fire could be reached. these hopes are slim because of the ongoing differences between the president and the houthies right now. both do not want to admit that the other exists. this result is making yemenis suffer the most. hundreds of thousands have been evacuated sanaa. to where will they evacuate? all the provinces right now in yemen are seeing air strikes. it's not one part of the country. it's almost every province. there needs to be a lot to be done and done right. >> you're in the capital right now. what is it like to be there right now in terms of what you see, especially with the civilian population? >> very worrying. all the civilians are either hiding behind -- during the night or staying in basements.
children are forced to put cotton inside their ears. to not hear the air strikes. hundreds of people are lined up outside bakeries to buy bread. again, these bakeries are closed down because there's no flour. gas stations as well. thousands of people have to wait days until they got the car filled up. it gets worse and worse. and what's sad right now is yemen where somali refugees used to come years ago is now the opposite. yemenis are going to somalia. >> that is the problem, where do you run to. people have commented that aiden is getting pulverized. at this point, where do you see the exodus right now? >> right now, there are some hopes that negotiations and talks resume.
the authorities have been pushing on this. i was sit ing with top houthi officials trying to push toward the -- renewing the negotiations again. there is hope. again, saudi arabia is insistent it will not stop air strikes until the houthi gives in. both sides are very insistent. this is what's causing this to escalate. >> a deadlock on civilians caught in the middle. i think for being with us there in the capital of sanaa. now inside syria's refugee camps, thousands of palestinians are caught in a brutal battle between isis and the syrian government. it is just ten miles from the syria presidential palace. isis is now murdering civilians on the streets. atika shubert has more.
>> reporter: the residents of the town pick up the pieces of their lives. residents face the isis fighters on their streets, publicly beheading those who oppose islamist rule. >> they strike them in the streets. three fighters against them they catch them and they kill them in front of the people. >> reporter: the resident cnn spoke to inside the city does not want to be identified. he gave us video and photos to show us the grim existence living between isis and syrian forces. >> now i'm scared of two things. i'm scared of the is and the regime. the regime now is about to destroy yarmouk. >> reporter: this was the city a year ago when they were able to
end the stronghold. before aid arrived hundreds had died. now the un describes the town in the starkest terms. >> the refugee camp is a circle of hell. >> reporter: today an estimated 18,000 residents remain inside. as many as 5,000 have tried to flee their homes since isis stormed the camp. but have no place to go. and an estimated 150 residents have been wounded requiring medical attention. but its only functions hospital was first occupied by isis then targeted by bombs. as the battle raged, there has only been one group that hads
been able to go in. >> we need medicine and access to treatment facilities. the last hospital was bombed yesterday. and so now there is no facility functioning. >> reporter: here just delivering clean water risks death. this man's water coordinator was shot done, gunned down in an isis fire fight against rival rebel groups. >> even if the un or anybody gets access, how will they get their equipment in as long as isis is here. >> reporter: the residents have only two choices. attempt to flee what was their place of refuse or stay inside where it now resembled a camp of death. atika shubert, cnn. >> we're joined by the spokes person for the un and works
agency. he joins me on the phone. in terms of what atika have laid out there. what is left for the people to get out? if isis is there, they want to use this as a staging ground to try and attack the capital. >> i will answer that question in one second. i would like to bring you breaking news and make an announcement here on cnn. that the commissioner general is today now undertaking an urgent mission in coordination with the office of the inspector general. it is prompted by the deepening concern for the safety and protection of the 18,000 palestinians and syrian civilians including 3500 children as is remains under the control of armed groups. can i say, that there are several objectives to the visit. one is to obtain a closer view of the evolving situation and to
learn more of the experiences of individuals. secondly, to consult the government of syria on its perspective and to exchange views of peaceful approaches to addressing the humanitarian consequences of what's going on. thirdly to consult with the envoy in order to secure humanitarian access to civilians. to consult with the deputy special envoy and other colleagues on the un's role in reference to humanitarian action to support civilians. and to recognize and give encouragement from other un agencies. to achieve these objectives, the commissioner general will meet with relevant syrian officials, colleagues and other staff. he will also visit the displaced people presently accommodated in a government school in a nearby town. an important announcement.
a fresh diplomatic and humanitarian mission. the commissioner general. >> i certainly hope that bears fruit, that visit. i have to ask you. given the fact we are talking about several hundred isis fighters that now apparently have control of a large part of that camp, what prospects are that even in trying to broker some deal with syrian officials that it will change the situation for people in that camp? >> i can understand the skepticism that lies behind your question. it is entirely proper. let me say we have had 94 individuals who have left that camp. we have brought humanitarian assistance, things that freshly displaced people need, mattresses, food, medicine. if you can get out 94, then 194 can leave. if that many, then more. we will not abandon hope. we will not submit to pessimism.
to abandon hope would be to abandon the people. as the commissioner general begins this urgent mission, that is something we will not do. we cannot abandon the people. we will not, hence this mission. >> we spoke at this same last weekend. the situation was as dire. things have only gotten worse. at this point, are you also concerned for the safety of others there. we had a first-hand account of how difficult it is to get aid into the camp. >> of course we're concerned. our primary concern has to be for the people of yarmouk. they have been described as hostages. they're caught, under siege since the end of 2012. and now there is fighting in the streets. and serious problems with them leaving, with the civilian
population being evacuated. and, of course, humanitarian access for our workers. yes, thank you for raising the question of our workers. we have lost 14 staff members in this conflict. for us, staff security is quite literally a matter of life and death. >> chris, we thank you for this update. i know that you will continue to keep us updated on the events there. we certainly hope that there is some type of diplomatic progress there on the ground. a deadly shooting outside of a walmart store. it's all caught on camera. details are next. 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.
new closed circuit tv footage appears to have captured the jewelry heist in london. it shows people dressed like utility workers. you can see them carrying bags with what appears to be drilling equipment. near the end of the video a white van appears with people loading up their gear and alleged loot. britain's daily mirror obtained the video. cnn has not independently verified its authenticity. police in the u.s. state of arizona has released video of a deadly brought at a walmart. they've charged a family of roving musicians with a variety claims. our affiliate from knxv has more. >> you're not going to separate me. >> reporter: it's our first look at the intense brawl between police and family of eight.
that family attacking officers in this walmart parking lot back in march. after they were accused of assaulting a walmart employee moments before. officers tried to subdue the family, repeatedly tasing them, spraying pepper spray and tackling them. they had help from a walmart worker and two others, but they had little luck. the family finding different ways to continuely attack these officers. rolling on the ground when tased and wiping away that pepper spray. >> i've never seen that tactic applied. so i'm not certain where they learned it. obviously somebody has taught them that. >> reporter: time and dpen the family put their hands up pretending to surrender but they never do. and then during this fight, shots are fired. the first shot, according to police, is one of the suspects shooting the officer in the leg. another shot is an officer shooting the suspect, who is now
deceased. and on the topic of civilians, how close is too close? this is a walmart employee helping police fighting off the family. i asked if this is something regular folks should steer clear from instead of jumping in. >> we are familiar with mr. fields from walmart. because of our interactions with him at the loss prevention at walmart. the officers are familiar with him. the other two gentlemen that approached they were very non-threatening. >> six of the family members were arrested. two of them juveniles facing charges of assault of an officer and resisting arrest. the injured hospital has been released from the hospital is recovering. this case is still under investigation. >> at least three of the family members are in a christian band that plays outside of a supermarket. they known as matthew 24 now. an passengers reference to the second coming of christ. local media report the family was living out of their vehicle. california's drought crisis
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the u.s. state of california is facing a major drought crisis. it has prompted the governor to enact a mandatory 25% cut back on water consumption. experts predict consumers will pay more frogroceries. stephanie elam set out to learn how much it costs to grow food. >> reporter: water usage is more about the water we run in our homes. it is estimated americans have a water footprint per capita of 750,000 gallons a year. that means every day, every person is using more than 2,000 gallons. so what we wanted to find out, is how much water goes into producing some of the favorite things you like to buy at the grocery store. let's take a look. let's start with the tomato. just this one tomato here, this one tomato, takes 3.3 gallons to
produce. 5.4 gallons of water to make this one head of broccoli. for this one loaf of bread, 150 gallons of water are used to grow and produce it. you probably don't think about it, but just to make, produce and grow one walnut, it takes almost 5 gallons. almost 5 gallons for one walnut. to produce just one egg, it takes 120 gallons of water. on average, 1,800 gallons of water produced just one pound of beef. that translates into 900 gallons of water a day based on the average consumption of meat in the united states. 37 gallons of water to grow, process, transport and prepare enough beans just to make one cup of coffee.
for all the things in our cart, it would take 2,120 gallons of water to produce all these things. you got to believe if this drought lingers on, the cost you'll pay for each of these items is going to go up. >> it is depressing to think how much water we have to use for everything we consume. big problems inn california. thanks for joining us. i'm paula newton. for viewers in the u.s., new day is just ahead with victor blackwell and christi paul. for everyone else amanpour starts after the break and a quick check of your top stories. you forgot the milk! that's lactaid®. right. 100% real milk, just without the lactose. so you can drink all you want... ...with no discomfort? exactly.
home grown terror. new details about a former american army recruit accused of trying to bomb a u.s. military base in kansas. happening overnight the handshake that is and new dash cam video from the fatal police shooting in north charleston. for the first time we're going to see the passenger that could explain why walter scott ran from police. my goodness. what a way to start the saturday. it's crazy already. we're so grateful that you're th