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$10 a month after. you can get your taylor swift. she resolved her conflict. >> as long as she's okay i'm okay. "early start" continues right now. new information this morning on how two killers escaped from prison and where they were going. inmate david sweat, he is talking to investigators, and we have new details of what he is saying this morning. u.s. stocks have the worst day in two years. greece has just hours to figure out how to save its economy. breaking overnight. the president with a new plan the white house says will boost paychecks for millions of americans. this is a big move. you want to hear what it is. good morning. welcome to early start. i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. 5:00 a.m. in the east. >> happening now. a prison escapee is talking. the one surviving convict who broke out of the maximum
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security prison is answering some questions from investigators. 35-year-old david sweat is in a secure unit at the albany medical center. he has been upgraded from critical to serious condition. now sweat is revealing details about how he and richard matt escaped and plans to flee are prison employee joyce mitchell. from his vantage point how it went so horribly wrong. alexandra field has the latest. >> reporter: the sergeant shot david sweat two miles from the border. he took two bullets to the torso, but sweat tells officials he and richard matt planned to travel with joyce mitchell to mexico. she failed to show up with the get away car and they had to move to plan b. sweat is telling officials that he and richard matt separated some five days before matt's death.
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sweat saying the older escapee was slowing him down. sources close to the investigation say richard matt's body smelled of alcohol on friday afternoon. they found evidence he was suffering from illness. possibly from contaminated food or water. christine, john. >> thanks. new information revealed by david sweat may be good news for corrections officer gene palmer. palmer charged with aiding in the escape with passing hamburger meat to the inmates. there were hacksaw blades in the meat. palmer was not involved in the escape. he did not know about the blades in the meat and plot involved sweat, matt and joyce mitchell. even so officials believe others may have had a hand in the escape if only unwittingly. >> breaking out of the maximum security prison and evading police for three weeks, joyce
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mitchell was plan a. there will be others that will be i am playmplyicatedmplicated that may or may not know they were involved. it is like building a wall. everybody provided a brick so to speak, until their plan was complete. >> new this morning, in the aftermath of the decline con correctional. the fbi is launching an investigation. officials briefed on the inquiry say investigators are looking into whether the escapees were involved with the alleged drug trade and enjoyed greater freedom in the honor block because of that. to europe where stocks are down right now. greece is heading barrelling for a default on its obligations. after months of negotiations greece will not or cannot make a $1.7 billion payment to the imf today. the bailout program expires
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today. lenders refused to extend it until after the sunday referendum vote. this poses a threat to the global economy. all of that uncertainty triggering a global selloff yesterday. dow had the worst drop in two years. asian shares and u.s. shares are bouncing back a bit. european stock markets are lower right now. the greek prime minister urging voters to stand behind him. the referendum is set for sunday. he is hinting he will resign if voters accept an insulting ultimate ultimatum. for the latest let's bring in isa soares live in athens. a bunch of bad choices all around here isa. >> reporter: absolutely.
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they are stuck between a rock and hard place. talking to many people yesterday, it is do you want to go extremely bad or extremely worse. those are the options. this is down now, christine, to the decision day. will he pay the $1.7 billion to the imf. if he doesn't, it is the first developed country to default on the imf payment and join the list of countries. for greek people here they will say we shouldn't pay the imf. we have been asphyxiated. speaking very bluntly on television yesterday for an hour. he said i want to quote having asphyxiated banks and denied requests is it reasonable to expect the imf to be paid tomorrow. he did not answer that question but you can guess. yesterday on cnn, the economy minister told our richard quest
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that they won't make the payment. we will have to see. they have until 1:00 a.m. here to make that deadline. it does make that payment, but it doesn't look like it is going that way. >> all right. isa soares thank you. john it is a dangerous situation. you have the other members of the european union who have taken their bailout medicine and slowly crawling out of it and made the big concessions and there are worries if you had a big problem with greece they could suffer again. >> although right now, it seems europe has stemmed the possibility of contagion. officials in puerto rico say there is no way the u.s. commonwealth can repay the $73 billion it owes. the government-run energy company there has debt repayment due tomorrow which it will likely default. the island's governor is asking
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congress to declare chapter 9 bankruptcy. it does not have that authority. it needs congress to step in. >> the next crisis is the big debt countries with too much debt. president obama set to announce a major move. the white house says it will boost salaries for millions of americans. he will change overtime rules. doubling the minimum salary. $23,000 a year is the threshold. they will raise it to $50,000. if you earn less than $50,000, once the rule is in effect you are a salaried employee you will get overtime if you work more than 40 hours a week. nbc universal cutting ties with donald trump. citing derogatory statements during the kickoff announcement. trump said controversial stuff about mexican immigrants. >> they are bringing drugs.
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they're bringing crime. they're rapist. some i assume are good people. >> so nbc says it will no longer air the miss usa pageants. they will keep "celebrity apprentice" but not donald trump. he says he is standing by his remarks. >> i have a great relationship with mexico. how can i not love people that give me tens of millions of dollars for amounts. you have to love them. my stance on immigration is correct and some people may not think so but my stance is correct. >> he is doubling down and he is saying that nbc is weak. they said they stood beside brian williams. >> donald trump is going to take his campaign or whatever it is he is doing to new hampshire
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today. cnn right now has him in second place in new hampshire. >> he pointed out he is number two in new hampshire. after teasing america with the campaign video, chris christie is said to officially enter the race for president. the new jersey governor expected to make the announcement in livingston, new jersey. he will hold a town hall in new hampshire. >> chris christie has a new hampshire or bust strategy. the state department releasing e-mails from hillary clinton today. the state officials not saying how many e-mails released. the first round were made public last month. the former secretary turned over roughly 30,000 e-mails from her private server which she used to conduct private and public business. the white house on the record on the fears that isis
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new this morning, officials warning the threat of islamist terror is the highest it has been in years. the fbi is ramped up surveillance of suspect and bolster counter terrorism efforts to fight radicalization of young people online. this comes as the white house is addressing concerns of domestic terror attacks over the fourth of july holiday. >> there is no credible intelligence to indicate violence over the fourth of july weekend. we have seen calls for violence over the past year of isil against the military and law enforcement and u.s. government
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and american public. >> authorities in tunisia announced the number of arrests in connection with the terror attack on the beach hotel. this is part of the man hunt for accomplices. isis is claiming responsibility for the attack which killed 38 beach goers. british prime minister david cameron promised a full spectrum fight against the extremism against his country. nick paton walsh is live for us. nick the video while the gunman was talking but the beach chairs remarkable. >> reporter: staggering to see the beach and hotel workers running at a man who gunned down the hotel guests. this morning, details about the investigation. as you said isis claimed responsibility for this attack. it is the most significant one against terrorist attacks against british citizens since
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july of 2005. the question is was this isis-like or isis claimed? they are saying they believe the gunman had links to a libyan terrorist group. they are not specific to which one. they offer two potential alternatives. it is either al qaeda affiliate or isis. that's going to be key. while they are absolutely insistent as was the video you referred to that the gunman acted alone, that's what we heard from the beginning, they want to know about his accomplices over who may have gotten him to the beach and the stun grenades. they arrested three of his roommates in the particular investigation. authorities are digging through his mobile phone.
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he is seen throwing that into the sea by the cameraman. they are going through his laptop and paper work from his family home in the town where he worked in a coffee shop. the investigation progressing, but still that vital question which many in america want to have answered because it dictates the safety of the resort where so many come on holiday. was isis responsible or as they have before claimed responsibility after the attack? christine. >> the online radicalization such a concern for so many governments from a coffee shop worker to a mass murderer on a beach. thanks nick. the new jersey man under arrest after allegedly plotting to help isis. authorities say the man plan to travel overseas to join the group. he bought a plane ticket for his brother to join the group. this comes weeks after another
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new jersey man was arrested on similar charges. the supreme court wrapped up the term with a number of decisions. including one execution drug. the justices ruling against three inmates who challenged the use of medazolan. the court said the inmates failed to identify a preferable method. the justices blocked the texas abortion law. it prevents the state to move forward for all clinics to meet the hospital rules. the order will stay in effect until the high court will decide to hear the case in the fall. vaccination bill has cleared a legislative hurdle in the california state senate. requires all vaccinations for all school children ruling out objections by parents.
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you can only opt out for medical reasons. the measure is a response to a severe outbreak of measles at disneyland. governor jerry brown has not decided to sign the bill or not. huge wildfires in washington state. dozens of homes are in danger. rain on monday helped crews make head way against the fire, but the scorching heat as returned. the flames 10% contained right now. many people are worried. >> devastating. it has been burning like this for hours. >> how strong and how far and fast it goes. it is unpredictable. >> firefighters are not getting help from the weather. the heat wave goes on from there. let's get the latest from the meteorologist pedram javaheri. >> christine and john, hope you are having a wonderful morning. in the northwest, dry conditions. exacerbating the fire. you can pick out the cascade
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mountains with the eastern and western half of the state. the humidity is in the 30% range and 70% on the western side with the marine influence. the temperatures in the triple digits. 0% rainfall probability. that is expected to continue into the fourth of july weekend. we have scattered showers light in nature in western p.a. and western new york. 116 reports of storm damage across the country. 58 related to hail. 58 related to wind. the threat is there for active weather from atlanta out to philly and washington. 60 million people impacted by afternoon variety storms. new york partly cloudy today. we make it up to 82 with thunderstorms come wednesday afternoon in the forecast. >> pedram thanks. it is the toughest test yet for the u.s. women's soccer
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the surprising details on how two killers who broke out of prison and who helped them. wall street posting its worst day of the year. europe in crisis and the deadline to fix it hours away. we are live with the latest. breaking overnight. the president with a plan to help millions of americans working on a salary get paid overtime. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. 30 minutes past the hour. happening now, a prison escapee is talking. one surviving convict to who broke out of the maximum security prison is answering questions. 35-year-old david sweat is in the secure unit at albany medical center. he has been ungraded from
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critical to serious condition. now sweat is revealing details about how he and richard matt escaped, their plan to flee with prison employee joyce mitchell and how it all went so horribly wrong. at least from their vantage point. cnn's miguel marquez has the latest. >> reporter: christine, john david sweat is speaking and investigators want to get him keep talking and well. he is the best link they have to describe how he and richard matt were able to escape from the maximum security prison. telling them so far that plan a was joyce mitchell. they were going to meet her when they popped up out of the manhole and kill her husband and go to mexico. perhaps toasting margaritas and watching this unfold here. that did not work out. saying that when she did not pick them up they had to figure out a plan b. they got 32 miles in 22 days.
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a mile and a half a day. not breaking speed records if you are running from the law. telling investigators he split with richard matt earlier because he was slowing him down. investigators say richard matt smelled of alcohol when he was shot dead on friday afternoon and he was dressed in camouflage fatigues and boots. the bug bites are him were bad, but not as swollen as they thought he would have been. saying it is likely they had some ability to cover themselves or some cover or stayed in the cabin for some time and not out in the elements for the entire time on the run. what's next for mr. sweat? he will get better here say hospital officials, then they will charge him with both break out and burglary and anything else he did illegally while he was out on the loose and then he will go back to prison and even face court on the other charges.
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christine, john. >> thanks miguel. new information revealed by david sweat to be good news for gene palmer. palmer is charged with aiding the escapee bypassing hamburger meat to the inmates. officials say david sweat told investigators palmer was not involved in the escape. he did not know about the blades in the meat. the plot involved sweat, matt and joyce mitchell. even so, police believe others had a hand in the escape even if unwittingly. >> for these guys breaking out and evading police. joyce mitchell was plan a. there may or may not be others involved in this unknowingly. when you add those all up it is like building a wall. everybody, i think provided a brick, so to speak, until their plan was complete. >> new information this morning
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about what is happening in the aftermath of everything that went wrong at clinton correctional. the fbi is launching a federal investigation. agents looking into a drug trade. the officials say investigators are looking into if the escapees were involved with the alleged drug trade and enjoyed greater freedom on the honor block. european stocks down. greece heading for default after months of necessitygotiations went nowhere. the country cannot make a $1.7 billion payment to the imf. the greek crisis posing a threat to the global economy. fears of a ripple effect through europe. u.s. stocks yesterday had their worst drop in from years. asian shares bouncing back a bit with u.s. futures.
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european stocks still lower. the greek prime minister urging voters to stand behind him and reject the proposal on sunday. he called the referendum. he said he will resign. european leaders say a no vote will force greece out of the euro which would also mean economic ruin. for the latest i want to bring in isa soares live in athens. any indications at this hour that this stalemate between european leaders and greek prime minister is cooling or are we looking at not paying the bill today and waiting for a referendum on sunday? >> reporter: we heard in the last few hours, christine, the eu president had offered to
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table the last-minute offer to ciprias. with the reports with the greek media, he has one concession to make. we don't know what that is in terms of options, but you can make only one. we do not know. a source speaking to cnn says the offer was tabled but that was it. reports circling at the moment, that he may come back with something. greeks holding on. as much as they want to stay in the euro they are worried about austerity and go deeper into recession. now it is down to the amf payment of $1.6 billion by 6:00 p.m. washington time. at the same time the bailout
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expires today and they have already said there will not been any grace period. no extension. now this is really up to him. does he payout or does he take the risk going to referendum? i hope people say no. it is hard to gauge what he wants. he says he wants to stay in europe. you hear him pointing fingers saying greece is economic asally asphyxiated. christine. >> a frustrating situation. isa, keep us up to date. greece is not only country facing a debt crisis. officials in puerto rico say there is no way puerto rico could repay the $73 billion it owes. the government run energy company has debt repayment due on wednesday. it is likely to default. the island's governor is asking
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to declare chapter 9 bankruptcy. president obama is set to announce a major move that the white house says will boost salaries for millions of americans. he will announce changes to overtime rules to double the minimum salary to qualify for overtime pay. the threshold is $23,000 a year. that will rise to $50,000. if you earn less than $50,000, once that rule goes into effect you will get overtime if you work more than 40 hours a week. nbc universal is cutting tie was donald trump citing the derogatory statements during his campaign speech. here is what he said when he announced running for president. >> they're bringing drugs. they're bringing crime. they're rapist. some i assume are good people. >> the company will not air miss
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usa. they will keep "celebrity apprentice" but fire donald trump. trump fired back calling nbc weak. >> i have a great relationship with mexico. how can i not love people that give me tens of millions of dollars for apartments? you have to love them. some people may not think so, but my stance is correct. >> trump will be back in new hampshire where cnn poll places him second in the republicans running. chris christie is set to announce a run for president. he teased telling it like it is. the governor will make announcement this morning in livingston new jersey and head to new hampshire and stay there most of the week. he has a new hampshire or bust strategy. very different campaign than it looked like 18 months ago before
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he ran into problems. fourth of july terror alert. the white house is talking about the isis threat. plus new arrests in the isis inspired hotel massacre. what we are now learning about the gunman. new information this morning. that's coming up next. go roam sleep in sleep out star gaze dream big wander more care less beat sunrise chase sunset do it all. on us. get your first month's payment plus five years wear and tear coverage. make the most of summer... with volvo. the keys to this home belong to mark and alissa anderson. they bought the place four months ago on what was arguably the scariest day of their lives. neither has any idea what the future holds for them. but they bought into a 30-year mortgage anyway. that was bold.
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call this number. call now. federal officials are warning of the islamist terrorists. the fbi has bolstered terrorists of radicalization of young
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people online. this as the white house is addressing concerns of the possibility of domestic terror attacks over the fourth of july holiday. >> there is no intelligence to indicate any terror over the fourth of july weekend. however, we have repeatedly seen calls for violence over the past year by leadership and supporters of isil against members of the military and military installations and government and american public. a number of arrests in connection with the terror attack at the popular beach hotel. this is part of the manhunt for accomplices after the suspect killed 38 beach goers. british prime minister david cameron promised a full spectrum fight against extremism against his country. cnn's phil black is live in tunisia with the latest. phil i'm stunned by the video
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where you see hotel workers rushing out of the compound toward the firing and wounded and maimed vacation goers lying on the beach. it is just remarkable. >> reporter: it is indeed christine. many people who survived the attack on friday said they did so because of the help they received from local workers. the hotel that was attacked and those working nearby as well. all of the work of one gunman says the tunisia government said they believe he had accomplices and support. they say they arrested some of them and there seems to be an investigation focusing on the roommate of the apartment where he lived recently in the university about an hour from the beaches of soussa. they believe he had connections to an islamist group in lig libbya. these countries share a porous
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border. this is a country where isis has a foothold. here on the beaches in the resorts of soussa there are people enjoying vacations. the imperial hotel, there are 50 people there. they are all enjoying themselves while watched by numbers of security forces. the tunisia government said there will be 1,000 armed patrol guards. the long slow difficult task much formally identifying the victims of the attack. it is taking longer thannormal because these people were on holiday. by the beach and pool and not carrying formal identification. a long way away from homelands. it is taking a while. so far, we know germans, irish, british and belgium. the british government says 18 of its citizens are confirmed among the victims. they are warning the final number is closer to 30.
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christine. >> it is troubling to go from a coffee shop worker to a mass murderer. maybe radicalized online. a challenge for the governments. thanks for that phil black. let's look at what is coming up on "new day." michaela. >> hello, friends. you know the authorities are getting a lot out of david sweat. he is apparently spilling secrets from the prison escape and the three weeks on the run. where did he and richard matt plan to go? why did they change course? why did he ditch his fellow escapee days ago? a twist emerging. we will follow this. were drugs being traded inside prison wall was convicts and guards? we will have the latest on the fbi investigation. also donald trump is out at nbc after those comments he made about mexican immigrants. the network called them derogatory. trump responding the best way he can. threatening to sue. we will look at the fallout for trump and how this can effect
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new developments this morning. the last minute negotiation with iran nuclear deal. iran sending officials highlighting a new high stakes moment in the deal. cnn's nic robertson is live with the latest. good morning, nic. >> reporter: good morning, john. right now, secretary kerry is sitting down with the foreign minister of iran. they have been in the meeting for an hour and of all of the meetings held over the months and years, perhaps this is the key one. sariff coming back to vienna with the iran atomic agency and the brother of the president when it comes to negotiating here. the key question is has sariff come back with a changed plan?
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the red lines that were put in place a week ago by the iran supreme leader seemed to rollback what was put in place in switzerland. we heard from officials last night saying they believe that plan made in switzerland is the path to get agreement. they believe it can be done but they don't know if it will be done. of course the context of the meeting happening right now is one to say whether or not there is a real chance of getting it done. so much ground has been covered, but what we heard from iran's supreme leader last week seemed to rollback agreements on where and how many sanctions would be lifted and if they could be snapped back on. about access for nuclear inspectors to different sites and military sites in iran and how long iran would have to suspend its nuclear research and development. the agreement in switzerland three months ago indicated 10 to
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12 years. the supreme leader of iran indicated that was too long. >> moments of high drama in vienna. keep us posted. nic robertson. thank you. greece has a big bill to pay. this is a huge deal for your money. i'll tell you why next. big day? ah, the usual. moved some new cars. hauled a bunch of steel. kept the supermarket shelves stocked. made sure everyone got their latest gadgets. what's up for the next shift?
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ah, nothing much. just keeping the lights on. (laugh) nice. doing the big things that move an economy. see you tomorrow, mac. see you tomorrow, sam. just another day at norfolk southern.
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rumors because it is a high stakes situation here. greece can no longer pay its bills. expected to default on the $1.7 billion payment to the imf. the bailout program for greece expires today. it is tumbling from the eurozone today unless something amazing happens in the next 24 hours. all of that caused a global sell off. yesterday, the dow down 350 points. what is happening in the u.s. right now? futures are looking optimistic. john berman there is a feeling there has to be a diplomatic last-ditch effort to fix what is a catastrophe for greece and the european union. >> what? me worry? a captured killer is spilling the beans. talking to investigators about his escape plan and what he thinks went wrong. "new day" starts now. >> did he have any fight in him
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when he was taken down? >> doesn't appear that way. >> he has started talking which tells me they brought in an experienced interrogate or. >> there plan was to go to mexico. the president with a plan to boost paychecks. >> more than doubling the minimum salary to qualify for overtime pay. i have lost my job. i want to survive. >> what is going on is greece is just about out of money. >> it doesn't have the $1.7 billion it needs. nbc to donald trump. you're fired. >> he used derogatory language to describe mexicans that come to this country. >> i said drug dealers. i said killers. i said rapist. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo we like starting off the morning with that beautiful
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picture as we say good morning to you. it's tuesday, june 30th. alisyn is off today. we have new information about the escape plan for the two new york convicted killers. david sweat is hospitalized and talking. they planned to go to mexico. when the get away driver didn't show up they had to make a new plan. >> were prison employees and inmates engaging in criminal behavior? we are live at the hospital in albany where david sweat's condition is said to be improving. sarah? >> reporter: good morning, chris and michaela. for three weeks, authorities wondered was the prison seamstress really their escape plan? did they really plan to run off with her? now that david sweat has been captured and talking, she really was their plan "a." wh

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