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burgert to call law enforcement. >> i don't know how he got away. they don't know how he got away. they're pissed off that he got away. this guy left everybody in montana with one big puzzling mystery. mystery. where is david burgert? -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com tensions mount on the korean peninsula of pyongyang's rocket launch. while the u.n. security council condemns north korea's action. and the denver broncos are super bowl champions. and fans are celebrating well into the night. and forget about the polls and the pundits. this fortune teller says she can predict the winners of the u.s. presidential primaries. >> welcome to our viewers in the states and those around the world. i'm errol barnett. >> and i'm rosemary church. thanks for joining us. this is cnn newsroom.
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in a little less than three hours north korea is planning fireworks to celebrate a rocket launch. >> but neighbors are furious and worried. the rocket launch that north korea insists is for peaceful purposes is really only a cover to test a ballistic missile. the u.n. security council met in an emergency session on sunday. >> ban ki-moon called the launch deplorable and a violation of u.n. security council resolutions. the council is promising punitive action. >> all of this, as tensions escalating on the korean peninsula. and warning shots, we understand, were fired by south korea's navy, at a north korean patrol boat on monday. finding out more on that from paula hancocks. these warning shots aren't that unusual. but considering the north's provocative satellite launch, how concerned are officials
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there right now? >> reporter: errol, this happened in the early hours of this morning. north korean patrol boats, at 7:00 a.m., crossed over the maritime border. it's a border that north korea doesn't recognize. this has happened many times. there were warning shots fired by the south korean boat. the north korean boat headed into its own waters. it isn't that unusual. but it's a time when the international community is watching the korean peninsula closely. and seoul is giving words of condemnation for its northern neighbor, just after the satellite launch, which many see as a front for a long-range missile test. but north korea is celebrating. fireworks will be carried out in the streets of pyongyang tonight. we watched one of the bulletins. they had a song at the end of
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it. we hasn't heard that before. the chorus saying "who could we thank for this success, our great leader." north korea is milking it for all its worth. kim jong-un puts a premium on his space program. he said it's a peaceful program. but few outside of pyongyang believe that. >> the north may have overplayed its hand here, paula. the fankss haven't done much to change its behavior. how much is that for support of the missile defense system? >> that could be a game-changer when it comes to a missile defense system. this is a missile defense system that the u.s. and south korea up until now have not admitted to talking about, even behind closed doors. it's so controversial when it comes to china. china is concerned that it would
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interfere with its systems. or that the u.s. can spy on them. but this system will be trained on north korea. but china does not want it in the region. they have put pressure on south korea in the past not to accept it. so, both the u.s. and south korea have now simply said, north korea has gone so far that we do need to consider deploying it here. and experts say it is likely they will go ahead with this deployment which, of course, will anger china. >> paula hancocks, live for us in seoul this afternoon. a few minutes past 4:00 p.m. there. paula, thanks. joining me now to talk more about this, is phillip yun. he is the director and coo of plough shares fund. thank you for being with us. we know that the security council has condemned the long-range rocket launch. what went into orbit here?
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is it a satellite? and what is pyongyang's long-term plan here? >> north korea claims they put a satellite up in orbit, twice the size of what was sent up a couple years ago. we're trying to get confirmation on that. it's not entirely clear. some people say it was not a successful launch. we're going to have to wait. i think what this all means is, that we're kind of in the same situation we were almost two years ago. after a series of escalations, which we're going to have, u.n. condemnation sanctions. we're in the same place. north korea is moving forward with its nuclear weapons with another test. it has another missile, another rocket launch test. and so, this means that over a period of time, north korea will eventually get a sophisticated, rather small nuclear arsenal, i believe. and a rather -- sophisticated delivery vehicle, missiles, to
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deliver them. that's where we're going. that's where we're headed. >> that's caused so much concern, of course. north korea says this test is part of its peaceful space program, that there's more launches like this. that's a different less menacing description. do you make anything of that? >> that's how they talked about this. this was a satellite launch. the north, south trajectory and all of that. the technology to put up a rocket and a satellite, is similar to what it's going to take to deliver a nuclear twice. it's slightly different, but when they do this test, they're going to learn a lot to do that. this is rocket science. you have to put the rocket something up in the air. it has to go into orbit. and you have to make it come down and place that you want to go. all this stuff is something that the north is trying to do. and this particular test is
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going to give them information to develop that capability. >> interesting. the u.n. security council is going to adopt a new resolution. that's been talked about in the past. what is china doing at this venture? >> china is the key. they are essential but can't do it all on its own. china is playing the good cop, the united states is playing the bad cop. in a works. but they're completely uncoordinated. so, what is happening right now, is there's a lot of discussion, how to get china, basically onboard. they have to be willing to use more meaningful sticks. i think the united states, south korea and japan have to be willing to do -- muse more meaningful carrots. until we can be coordinated an push north korea to be willing to have a conversation, we're not going to get anywhere. and in a sense, time is on north korea's side. we're essentially status quo is
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going to allow north korea to continue its missile and nuclear weapons capability and to get where it wants to be. >> all right. phillip yun, thank you so much for talking with us. we appreciate it. >> sure. thank you. to another part of the asian region now. more than 48 hours after a deadly earthquake in taiwan, rescue crews have found a glimmer of hope. rueters report that two victims have been found alive in the rubble. >> now, a woman was reportedly pulled from the wreckage. a man, we understand, is trapped in the debris. but he is alert and talking to rescuers right now, which is just incredible. this quake killed at least 37 people and about 120 are still missing. elise, a current correspondent for npr joins us from taiwan. i want to discuss a couple of the survival stories in a moment. update us on the damage and the
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deaths and if aftershocks have continued. >> you're right, errol. there's 37 dead. many largely unaccounted for. the golden dragon, as it's translated, the apartment complex that was worst hit by this earthquake in southern taiwan. there is a parallel track, a parallel narrative emerging. and the question is, why that particular apartment complex sustained so much damage why the rest of the area was unscathed. another dozen buildings were damaged. but they didn't see the damage that we saw on the apartment complex that collapsed on to itself. a lot of questions and investigations under way. the building we learned is more than 20 years old. and the construction company that put it up went out of business. it's now defunct. there's going to be outrage in the coming weeks as this
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investigation unfolds because so much tragedy has already occurred there in the hours following the quake. >> people may not know where to direct their anger if at all, these deaths could have been minimized or avoiding. a large number of people are missing but there's been incredible stories of survival. tell us more about that. >> that's right. you mentioned the two survivors that rescue crews have found today. and they have been -- those survivors have been trapped under rubble for more than 48 hours. that's already incredible, late last night taipei time. two brothers and their mother were pulled out alive. they told the story of how they took turns yelling for help so they could preserve their energy and preserve their voices. there's also the story of a 3-year-old boy who was found just sort of twisted under mangled metal. his arm was crushed under
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concrete. yelling for help, 3 years old. they weren't able to get to him immediately because it was a difficult rescue. and crews fed him through a straw. they got a straw to him so he could have water and sustenance. he has been rescued. but his parents are missing. >> we see the live images as the rescues continue around that building. we have our fingers crossed and hope for more stories of survival that you just mentioned. elise hu, speaking the to us from taipei in taiwan. >> incredible stories there. let's take a short break. still to come, the nfl has crowned a new champion. and we will have the highlights from america's biggest sporting event, super bowl 50. plus, the u.s. presidential candidates have one day until the next test in the race for the white house. we're talking about new hampshire. we'll have the latest poll numbers and the war of words after this quick break. i've been called a control freak...
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the nfl has a new champion. the denver broncos beat the
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carolina panthers in super bowl 50 sunday night. the team's defense set the tone in a hard-fought wins. >> take a look at the fans in denver, happily celebrating this victory. these may as well be live pictures. i'm sure folks are still up. the question now, whether star quarterback peyton manning will be back next year. he might retire. >> and andy shoals is live outside the stadium. what a big upset this was. what went wrong for the panthers? >> reporter: you know what, rosie? the panthers were the favorites in this game. they had a game plan of cam newton, the best player in the nfl. he was the mvp. going to lead them to victory. it didn't work out for them. they were behind early on. the broncos have an amazing defense. the broncos needed to get a lead because they couldn't count on
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peyton manning to lead them up and down the field. peyton manning, as great as he has been in his career, he's note the peyton manning of old. but the broncos got the lead. and von miller and demarcus ware pinned their ears back. and when you turn the ball over four times in a super bowl, your channelses of winning are very, very slim. and for peyton manning, how great of this for him? 39 years old. the oldest quarterback to win a super bowl. he's won a super bowl with two different teams. only quarterback to ever do that. he has 200 career wins. the most-ever for a quarterback. if he ends up walking away, guys, and retiring after this game, what a fairy tale ending. >> was a fairly tale. and everyone in the manning family was thrilled to see the broncos wrack up points as the game went on. what in the world is with eli? peyton manning's quarterback brother. his nonreaction is going viral. what is the story there?
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why wasn't he happy for his brother? >> it's puzzling. the speculation -- the speculation online, at least right now, is that, you know, eli manning, coming into today, had two super bowl championships, while peyton had one. that's one thing he had been able to hold over his brother's head. he had two, peyton had one. in the grand scheme of things, peyton manning is one of the greatest quarterbacks of all-time. eli manning, not so much. eli had the two super bowl rings. they're even. and eli is not going to have the brag rights anymore. it's hard to think that. you think he would be happy for his brother. who knows, guys? >> you have to explain it. before you go, andy, we want to talk about the halftime show. when you look at twitter, particularly, there's a lot of hating on chris martin with cold play. and he was brilliant. what is going on with that? >> you know, i would say there was mixed reactions from the
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halftime show because some people thought it was maybe a little weird mix. cold play was supposed to be the headliner. and it seemed like they were the opening act for beyonce because she got the loudest cheers when she took the stage. social media was talking more about beyonce than cold play. i see how people were having mixed reactions. it was an odd combination. i like katy perry's performance last year. she had the acrobatics. she has dancing sharks. she flew away on a star. >> you like drama. >> reporter: there you go. that was my personal preference. >> i never mentioned this. but beyonce almost stumbled. >> she did almost fall. >> we'll chat with you next hour. still to come this hour on "newsroom," donald trump is leading the republican polls in
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new hampshire. and with one day left until the primary there, we'll tell you how undecided voters could make or break him. plus, new fighting is driving tens of thousands of syrians out of aleppo. we'll take you to the turkish/syrian border, where many are stranded, just trying to make it to safety. we're back in a moment. sfx: rocket sfx: rocket blasting off sfx: (countdown) 3, 2, 1 rocket the 88th southern parallel. we had traveled for over 850 miles. my men driven nearly mad from starvation and frostbite. today we make history. >>bienvenidos!
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democrats, bernie sanders looks to have the upper hand. that is according to the latest cnn poll of new hampshire voters. that shows sanders with 58% support. that's 23 points ahead of hillary clinton. >> check out the republican side of this race. donald trump, you see it there, with a third of the vote according to that poll. that's more than twice the support for his near et
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competitor, marco rubio. >> the question, now, is whether these polls have any influence or predict who will win in new hampshire. granite state voters are known for a tendency to decide late. i spoke with trent spinor, the executive editor of the "new hampshire union leader" newspaper. >> when you dig deeper into the numbers. more than 50% of people are decided. granite staters don't care what iowa did. they don't care about the polls. they want to meet the candidates themselves. marco rubio had a very tough debate. and i'm not sure he passed it. i had friends in the audience that said i'm trying to decide about trump or rubio they left that debate saying i have to see more people. and i think it's up for grabs here. >> we'll have more from trent next hour. marco rubio says he's going
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to keep criticizing president obama. this follows saturday's rough debate. rubio was attacked by rivals over his level of experience. rubio repeatedly slammed barack obama's leadership. in what chris christie sacalled memorized 25-second speech. >> meanwhile, donald trump is feeling very good about new hampshire. he told cnn he wouldn't be happy if he came in second place in the primary. on the democratic side, bernie sanders tells cnn he is expecting a close win, even though he is leading hillary clinton in the polls. >> you see all of the candidates trying to lower expectations here. sanders would suggest that clinton would owe favors to big wall street donors, if elected. it's a cloud over clinton's candidacy he has yet to clear up. >> all i said is what is a fact. and if the clinton campaign wants to contradict this fact, i'd like to hear it.
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what i said is she has a super pac. and she recently, according to her reports, received $15 million from wall street the end of discussion. i never said anything more. >> hillary clinton took a break from campaigning in new hampshire sunday. instead, she spent part of the day in flint, michigan. this is the city dealing with a contaminated water crisis. >> clinton attended a church service, telling the audience, clean water should not be a luxury. and she explained to cnn's jake tapper why the issue is so important to her. take a listen. >> it's an issue i don't want people to forget about. it's not the only flint in our country. there's other places where these kinds of toxins led other sorts of pollutants are really affecting people's lives. and i'm just not going to give up on this. >> we'll bring you continuing coverage of the new hampshire primary, all day tuesday, as it happens right here on cnn.
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still to come this hour, the uae is facing criticism for its response to the syrian refugee crisis. but the emirates is defending their policy of keeping the doors shut to migrants. and the beginning of a new lunar year. how the chinese are celebrating. that's still to come. oh remotes, you've had it tough.
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navy shot warning shots after a north korean boat crossed into south korean waters on sunday. this comes after north korea's claim of a successful satellite launch on sunday, crawing condemnation. the u.n. security council called the launch a serious violation and promises significant measures in response. two days after taiwan's deadly earthquake, reuters reports that two people have been found alive in the rubble. the frantic search for more survivors goes on. more than 120 people are still missing. at least 37 people were killed in that quake. the denver broncos are now world champs. a strong performance from their defense helped them upset the carolina panthers in super bowl 50. now, fans are wondering what this means for star quarterback peyton manning. he is rumored to be considering retiring. a series of air strikes rained down on northern syria sunday.
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the syrian observatory for rights said the strikes believed to be from russian planes. syrian regime is advancing on opposition-held areas around the city. numerous casualties have been reported, including children. more staggering that the u.n. estimates 40,000 people have been displaced. and that's just by the fighting around aleppo. >> turkey says it still has an open border policy for syrians fleeing the war. as arwa damon reports, there's a different reality at the turkish/syria border. >> reporter: they see turkey's flag fluttering in the distance. tens of thousand fled in the recent days. the safety they long for, painfully near, but closed off. what is this life, this wham cries out, from one of the packed tents. have mercy on us. have mercy. but so far, there is none.
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turkish authorities continue to insist they have an open door policy. but being here, that most certainly does not really seem to be the case. they say they are providing the refugees with everything that they would need to be able to survive on the other side. and while the camp seems to be taking on more of a permanent feel, there is nothing to protect them from the violence. we did not come here to get tents, he says. we don't need food or water. we want to get through and provide security for our children. he, like many of the others, has already been displaced by syria's relentless violence, multiple times. he's are the people who held out hope, who didn't want to make the impossible decision to leave everything they have and life
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behind. this is said to be the aftermath of one of the russian air strikes pounding aleppo and its countryside in recent days. the cries of agony of those who continue to lose loved ones day and night. the never-ending desperate scramble to save lives, as the regime's army gains ground. turkey is allowing the wounded and those needing medical treatment through. at the hospital, we meet a rebel fighter injured a few months back, who came to turkey five days ago for surgery. next to him, a man who arrived the day before, unable to talk. he says the russian bombing is like nothing they have seen before. they come with four planes at a time, he curses putin. rebel commanders warn they can only hold out in aleppo for a
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few months. they say civilians are at risk. but one more gate to safety for now remains closed. arwa damon, cnn, on the turkey/syria border. here's a reminder of the staggering toll the conflict in syria has taken. more than 250,000 people have been killed since 2011. that's according to the united nations. >> 6.6 million people are displaced, due to ongoing violence, with millions more in need of humanitarian aid. >> the numbers just horrifying. the gulf arab states have faced criticism for their response to the crisis.
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the united arab emirates has pledged $130 million to help. >> but despite its generosity, many think the country should do much more. john jensen explains. >> reporter: by land or by sea, a perilous journey, but still, perhaps, safer than staying at home. more than 4 million syrians have fled the war, taking refuge in places like turkey, lebanon, europe this man left, not because of violence. he didn't see much in damascus. but that dubai offers more opportunity for a 27-year-old with an mba. >> our choices were very limited. so, only a few countries are welcoming us. you can get a visa anywhere you want. >> reporter: he is one of the lucky few. he isn't actually a refugee. in fact, there are no syrian
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refugees in the gulf, according to human rights groups. that's because none of the gulf states are signatories to the u.n. refugee agency's 1951 convention. syrians can and do come. but first need visit or work visas. that's drawn criticism here. nations keeping their doors closed since the worst jeffrey crisis since world war ii. we asked the government about the criticism. and they pointed to their policies, that over 100,000 syrians have come here since 2011. and they said you can't ignore the generous financial aid. they have the biggest donors to syrian refugees. giving millions since 2011, along with aid. much of it come from here, the u.n. refugees' agency stockpiles in the world, just outside of
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dubai. >> the rejelief agencies have provided $1.2 million. this is a generous donation. >> reporter: local observers say that money has been vital. and singling out the gulf states is just unfair. >> without the help that the arab gulf states have given, probably europe and america and the rest of the world, would have ended up with a much more catastrophic situation. >> reporter: many argue that the entire world can be doing more. he is doing his part. teaching other syrians who came here, how to find better jobs. so, they, too, can stay in a city where he feels welcome. and for now, at least, at home. john jensen, cnn, dubai. to another story we're following now. police arrested several people in anti-terror raids in spain and north africa. authorities say they were part of a cell helping isis in the
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front in iraq and syria. >> the suspects are accused of ship guns and bombmaking materials disguised as humanitarian aid. this is the second anti-terror operation this year. >> haiti's articparliament is expected to choose a new president in a number of days. the president stepped down. and there is no successor. >> a first-round election was fraudulent. elections are scheduled for april 24th. >> more details are emerging on a midair explosion onboard a somali airliner. officials have reached two workers they say is connected with that blast. >> officials are convinced this was a terror attack. robyn kriel has more. >> reporter: mid-morning tuesday, at mogadishu
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international airport. this foot only shows who airport workers handling what looks to be a laptop computer. one of them gives the laptop to this man, who boarded a plane bound for djibouti. that plane, flight 3159, took off an hour later than scheduled. >> after about 20 minutes, there was an explosion inside the plane. >> reporter: the laptop was rigged, according to sources close to the investigation, to explode mid flight. he was ejected out of the plane and left a hole in the fuselage. this footage shows flugt attendants to move people away from the hole. the plane had not reached cruising altitude and the cabin was not fully pressurized. the explosion was smaller and the pilot was able to turn the
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plane around and land the plane safely. if the cabin was pressurized, the the explosion, would have been catastrophic. somali authorities have arrested several people, they say, including the two men that was handing over the laptop. no one has claimed responsibility for the explosions. a team of investigators is on the ground assisting somali police and intelligence to try to piece together how this near-disaster could have happened. robyn kriel, cnn, nairobi. we'll take a break here. still to come, the year of the monkey kicks off with an extravaganza. the lunar new year. that's ahead.
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welcome back to cnn newsroom. the zika virus is not keeping people away from carnival.
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more than 1 million tourists are expected to travel to rio for the fun. >> tourism officials say people need to take precautions. they are urging people. saying wear insect repellent. the virus has been linked to birth abnormalities. >> for more on weather conditions on that part of the world, for some it's the wet season, pedram javaheri looks at it for us. the warmer temperatures are keeping the zika virus going. >> and el nino is upon us. el nino is meaning more moisture for much of this region, including portions of brazil. copacabana beach. you look at the norm for the first four months of the
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calendar year, we exceed over 100 million meters of rain for the year. you look at rio. you look at recife, what would be the epicenter of the zika virus. in rio, there's your rainfall expectations. and this is mow much accumulated. in february, nothing in the first week. same story goes to recife. and very dry so far in 2016. in that sense, it is good news. some images out of recife, a woman looking at the hotel area, looking down at what is 1 of 500 parades that are expected to take place across this region of brazil. but the quiet conditions, weather-wise, doing their part to reduce the risk of spreading the disease, based on the waterborne illnesses that could come about. some thunderstorms could pop up
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in the afternoon hours at this part of the world. we will take you in parts of asia, in china, in particular, lunar new year upon us. it is beautiful news for travel across this region. but poor news for air quality. air quality levels, all in the unhealthy category. not unusual. but this time of year, we know a lot of people, the age-old tradition of firecrackers, fireworks. a lot of people with firecrackers and fireworks. officials are banning fireworks on a personal level and issuing a $76, 500 yen, ticket. and 300,000 people are working together to be able to enforce this, as mar as volunteers are concerned. with one firecracker, one alone, you can cause pollution in an
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area that's ten cubic meters in space. you increase that several million people, it becomes a major story. this played out in 2015. the spring festival in beijing. the smog on the 18th of february last year, air quality was good for a several-hour period. after the fireworks, the air quality spiked 15-times higher than what it was several hours earlier. this time around, it is quiet. mild weather across parts of asia. this reduces the winds across the region. that's why they are panning personal fireworks. >> i didn't know that fireworks contributed to smog. we can't have fun, pedram. thanks a lot. >> don't blame me. as you heard from pedram, people around the world are celebrating the lunar new year, china's spring festival.
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marks the beginning of the year of the monkey. >> asian families gather for special meals. kids are given envelopes filled with money, if you're lucky. >> and the new year is a time when millions of people have their fortunes read, hoping to get a glimpse of the future. alexandra field joins us from beijing. and alexandra, the polls haven't been completely reliable in predicting the future. how reliable is the fortune teller that you had an opportunity to speak with? >> right. the polls aren't an exact science. but it's supposed to be a reflection on what's going on on the ground. we spoke to a fortune teller that says you have to look to the stars to see what kind of factors could influence this race. forget pollsters and pundits.
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for predictions in a presidential election year, you could come here. every chinese new year, many seek wisdom on what the future holds. the methods can seem mysterious. >> who wins between the two of them? >> must be hillary. >> reporter: hong kong is home to fortune tellers. they read palms, charts and faces. what feature is most important in a politician's face. >> shape. long face. this is full. >> reporter: that's right. looking at the futures, priscilla says she can see the outcomes of campaigns half a world away. take the democrats. >> hillary has the best face. >> sharp eyes. high nose. >> in the republican field, there is more to pick apart.
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>> reporter: who is number two in new hampshire? >> number two. okay. this one. number two. >> reporter: of course, it isn't all about face. >> i think she has a beautiful face. >> you have to have luck on 2016. that's decided by the birthdays and the stars. okay. there's no donald trump. maybe she's the winner. his first day, his fire is stronger than hillaries. >> reporter: that means priscilla's projections put the elephant in front of the donkey. how confident are you that you can predict the president of the united states? >> 80%? >> reporter: the rest is up to what? the weather own the election. and the presentation. >> reporter: one point, the pollsters, the pundits and
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priscilla probably agree on. we can all imagine that donald trump will be pleased to hear that it seems he has the most luck on his side. there is good news for hillary clinton, while she seems to be the second-most-lucky. our fortune teller says she has more luck on her side than she had eight years ago, when she was vying for her party's nomination the last time around, rosemary? >> we have to do a follow-up. alexandra field, many thanks. >> i like how she says, don't forget about the weather. that can play as much of a role. we're going to stake with the race for the house. new hampshire is known for voters who make up their minds in the final days before the primaries. >> one of the voters talked to cnn about the effect the prim y primaries have on people in her state. >> new hampshire is a perfect
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place for someone who is a do it yourselfer. and who appreciates nature. the thing about new hampshire is that it's the home of cottage industry. and i'm a perfect example of that by you need a glass, you make it. my husband is a builder. very resourceful. >> to need change and work for it, is very much the new hampshire way. >> people here say it like it is. it's real deal. people come out of the woodwork. i like bringing people to our state and having them get fired up about stuff that's going to affect the country. the other night, my son goes, hey, mom, hillary clinton's on the phone. she doesn't on the phone. >> you have 19 new voice messages. >> and 19 people don't have my
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phone number. >> i'm a volunteer that supports john kasich for president. >> donald trump would spell all illegal immigrants. >> i'm a volunteer that supports john kasich for president. >> they're hitting it hard with him. we have lots of junk mail. we have hillary and jeb and bernie. i put it in the recycling. i'll more interested in what people have to say to me, directly. new hampshire, there's room for everybody. you don't know how things are going to go. glass, we have plenty of republicans, plenty of democrats coming in. they have to do the same stuff. we're all in it together. >> i want a glass, i will make it. >> can you make me a glass of
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water, love? make it yourself. make the glass of water yourself. yeah. >> we'll see what happens there. thanks for watching "cnn newsroom." i'm rosemary church. >> i'm errol barnett. connect with us on social media. we'll have more news on the newsroom. after the break, stay with us. everyone's lookin' red carpet ready. my man, lemme guess who you're wearing... toenail fungus!? whaaat?!? fight it! with jublia. jublia is a prescription medicine... ...used to treat toenail fungus. use jublia as instructed by your doctor. jublia is workin' it! most common side effects include... ...ingrown toenail, application site redness,... ...itching, swelling, burning... ...or stinging, blisters, and pain. oh!! fight it! with jublia! now that's a red carpet moment! ask your doctor if jublia is right for you. visit our website for savings on larger size. i thione second it's there.day. then, woosh, it's gone.
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frustration and talk of fresh sanctions from the u.n., after north korea's launch of a long-range rocket. countdown to new hampshire. white house hopefuls enter the last day of campaigning, until the first in the nation primary. and a super bowl upset. the broncos buck the odds and the carolina panthers in the united states biggest sporting event. welcome to those around the world and in the states. >> welcome to our second hour. this is "cnn newsroom." there will be fireworks lighting up the sky in north korea's
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capital in a few hours from now. >> that's right. north korea is reveling in what it says was the successful launch of a satellite on sunday. but the mood among its neighbors and in the u.s. is far less celebratory. the u.s., south korea and other countries suspect this launch was a cover for testing a ballistic missile. >> and richard roth reports the u.n. security council is programsing there will be consequences for pyongyang. >> reporter: for years, the u.n. security council has listened to threats from north korea. now, it's the time for the people in new york to issue threats. the security council had a sunday meeting to discuss the launch of a rocket, which pyongyang says is for earth observation. the diplomats met behind closed doors. and afterwards, agreed to condemn the north korea launch. and also, to warn of significant
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measures in a strong resolution aimed at pyongyang in the coming days or weeks or months. >> each of these provocations, each of these illegal actions requires a robust response. because of dprk's decisions and actions, we will ensure that the security council imposes serious consequences. >> reporter: even though they knew the launch was coming, there is growing frustration here in new york at pyongyang, just totally violating four security council resolutions over the years. >> business as usual will no longer apply. we have many resolutions that have not been implemented by the dprk. and we have to work on this basis, working on the new security council resolution. >> reporter: china's ambassador said there should be a resolution. but there should be calm on the
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peninsula. sanctions, affecting the economy by the country. there's an urgency saying time is ticking. richard roth, cnn, united nations. >> in a sign of escalating tensions, south korea's navy fired warning shots after a north korean control boat strayed into south korean waters. ivan, what is the latest on the diplomatic front? i know a number of ambassadors are being summoned over this discuss. >> that's right. manage them, the north korea passenger to beijing, so that beijing and the chinese government can express regret over north korea's rocket launch
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in defiance of the united nations, security council resolutions. what china may do next is a big question. one that is being asked by the triumvirate of allied powers, the u.s., japan, south korea, all asking for tougher sanctions against north korea. and the problem is that these countries virtually have no leverage over north korea. economically, since that country is so isolated. its biggest trading partner is china. and china has shown reluctance to take additional measures, such as cutting off fuel supplies to north korea. the north korea state continues to sell brace a major leap forward. listen to what some north koreans said on north korean state television on sunday.
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>> translator: to think that he is flying in the sky, it gets me excited. i will shoot endless satellites up to bring in more talented scientists. >> we feel it, the great nation able to do anything with kim jong-un. i, from now on, part of the next generation, will dedicate my youth for the country. >> reporter: north korea is not just planning a fireworks display. the rocket launch, it has unveiled a new recording we saw on north korean state tv, a song that celebrates this rocket launch that has angered so much of the rest of the world. errol? >> you think if the situation was based in reality it wouldn't
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last long. you have a u.s. defense system. that may be opening up the west needs to set up the controversial system. what do we know about that? >> military allies have responded to the rocket launch saying they are open now to the deployment defense systems. basically the weapons defense system, deployed in south korea, that could counter long-range rockets and missiles. this is a measure, a weapons' system that china has, in the past, has spoken out again. it does not want them on the peninsula. this is the only measure that the u.s. and south korea have to step up pressure against north korea. in addition to that, south korea
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said it will dekris the number of people that are allowed to go to the dmz between north and south. it's a joint economic venture. and south korea said it will reduce the number of people working there. they talked about putting up more loud speakers. all incremental measures that the south korean its allies are trying to respond to north korea with its rocket launch and the testing of a bomb a month ago. >> all of the information from ivan watson. thank you. taiwan's government has ordered an investigation into the collapse of a high-rise
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building after saturday's deadly earthquake. the country's news agency said emergency workers found tin cans that were used in construction fillers in beams. 39 people were killed in the quake. 120 more are missing. >> reuters news agency reports that two people have been found alive in the past few hours. buried in the rubble. one woman was pulled from the debris. one man is still trapped. but he is talking to rescuers. thousands of people are fleeing syria into aleppo. >> now, the u.n. estimates 40,000 people have been displaced by recent fighting around the city. >> and turkey is sheltering more
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than 2 million syrians. and it says it still has an open border policy of those fleeing the war. what's the reality on the ground? it's bring in arwa damon who is monitoring the refugee crisis. while turkey insists it has an open door policy, what did you see was happening at the border? >> reporter: rosemary, the border is very much closed at this stage. the potential for hundreds of thousands to begin leaving the violence, hoping but as of yet, failing to find safety. they see turkey's flag fluttering in the distance. tens of thousand fled in the recent days. the safety they long for, painfully near, but closed off. what is this life, this woman cries out, from one of the
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packed tents. have mercy on us. have mercy. but so far, there is none. turkish authorities continue to insist they have an open door policy. but being here, that most certainly does not really seem to be the case. they say they are providing the refugees with everything that they would need to be able to survive on the other side. and while the camp seems to be taking on more of a permanent feel, there is nothing to protect them from the violence. we did not come here to get tents, he says. we don't need food or water. we want to get through and provide security for our children. he, like many of the others, has already been displaced by syria's relentless violence, multiple times. he's are the people who held out hope, who didn't want to make the impossible decision to leave everything they have and life
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behind. this is said to be the aftermath of one of the russian air strikes pounding aleppo and its countryside in recent days. the cries of agony of those who continue to lose loved ones day and night. the never-ending desperate scramble to save lives, as the regime's army gains ground. turkey is allowing the wounded and those needing medical treatment through. at the hospital, we meet a rebel fighter injured a few months back, who came to turkey five days ago for surgery. next to him, a man who arrived the day before, unable to talk. he says the russian bombing is like nothing they have seen before. they come with four planes at a
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time, he curses putin. rebel commanders warn they can only hold out in aleppo for a few months. the u.n. says the civilians of the city in the thousands are at risk. but despite turkey's statements that it won't abandon those in need, one more gate to safety for now remains closed. and, rosemary, it's not just these horrific circumstances, that those trying to flee the violence are trying to endure. this advance by forces under russian air cover could change the dynamics of this battle, with some of the moderate leaders, saying the options they have now are few and none of them good. they can surrender to the regime, or they can join the
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ypg, the kurdic fighting force. or join the ranks of isis. >> you have witnessed the options for people. it begs the question, who will likely happen to the thousands of refugees stranded at the turkish border. >> that's up to turkey at this stage. the turkish government is vowing, should it come down to it, they will be opening their gates. turkey has upwards of 2.5 million syrians, trying to make ends meet in the country. it, like all of syria's neighboring countries is struggling under the various strains that the refugee populations are creating. at the same time, the reality is, these families cannot be left on the other side, especially if the fighting gets closer to them. plus, even though, yes, they are being provided tents, it's nt a
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long-term solution. decent living conditions need to be established. in the near future, what's going to happen? that's up to turkey. long-term, there has to be a more viable solution. >> arwa damon there. incredible reporting. the denver broncos are the new nfl champions. fan s denver are partying. we'll have the big moments from super bowl 50. plus -- >> if i came in second, i wouldn't be happy. >> donald trump doesn't want to walk away a loser in tuesday's primary. we'll have the latest in the next test in the race for the white house. back in a moment. ♪
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the denver broncos are super bowl champions. they beat the carolina panthers a few hours ago to claim the nfl title. it was not a high-scoring affair.
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21-10. the defense came up big. >> the fans will take it. they're out in force in denver, celebrating the broncos' third super bowl title. >> cnn's andy scholes was there for all of the action. >> he's outside of the stadium. hi, andy. what a big upset. the denver broncos defense overwhelming the panthers. what happened? >> reporter: this couldn't have been more of a fairy tale ending for peyton manning, if he does decide to hang up the cleats and retire from the game of football. no means was peyton amazing in this game. he did enough to manage the offense and let the broncos defense do what they do best. and that's wreak havoc on quarterbacks. von miller was in the backfield, routinely getting after cam newton. he had two fumbles. the one in the fourth quarter sealed the win for the broncos. and for peyton manning, he's 39 years old, the oldest
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quarterback to play in a super bowl. the oldest to play for two different teams. and now, the all-time winningest quarterback with 200 wins in his career. he would not confirm that he is retiring after this big win. but he did comment on it after the super bowl. take a listen. >> let this sink in. it's been an emotional uh week. an emotional night. and i look forward to celebrating with my friends and family. i think i will take some time after that. and i'm going to enjoy tonight. take it one step at a time. >> reporter: peyton joked he would celebrate this win for a while. and the broncos have a victory parade on tuesday. and that's when .peyton manning will decide if he going to
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retire. cam newton was not on his game. and the broncos defense was causing problems for him. 23 incompletions. two fumbles. an interception. he won the mvp award last night. tonight, a disappointing day for the panthers and their team. and cam newton was not having it after the game during the media session. he took a couple questions. then, he got up and stormed up, getting criticism for that, guys. people calling him a sore loser on social media. in the grand scheme of things, happy day for the broncos and "the point" peyton manning. >> talk about the most bizarre moment of the game, bouncing around social media now. that's peyton's brother, eli, watching with the family. and everyone is celebrating, as they wrack up more points. except for eli manning.
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#elimanning'sface is trending on twitter. what's the story there? >> reporter: it was kind of unbelievable. the shot was the manning suite. everyone jumping up, so happy that peyton was going to win another super bowl. the only explanation is that eli has won two super bowls. coming into today, peyton had won one. in a was the one thing that eli could hold over his brother, he had won more super bowls than peyton. in the grand scheme of things, peyton is a better quarterback, in the history of the nfl than eli is. who knows if that's the reason. it's weird that eli was making that face when he should have been cheering on his brother. but eli manning face is a thing. when the new york giants are losing games, they do cutaways to eli manning. and he's making weird, sad faces. maybe that was just -- he knew a camera was on hum. and he decided to make a funny weird face. >> from sore losers to sore
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siblings. andy shoals, from the west coast. good to see you. >> all right. have a good one. now, to the race for the white house. the new hampshire primary is just one day away. but democratic presidential candidate, hillary clinton, took a break from campaigning there on sunday. >> she spent part of the day in flint, michigan. a city dealing with the contaminated water crisis. clinton attended a church service, telling the audience clean water should not be a luxury and that the crisis has to be a national priority. >> this is not merely unacceptable or wrong. though, it is both. what happened in flint is immoral. the children of flint are just as precious as the children of any other part of america. they are just as deserving of
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good health care, of good education and of bright futures. >> and clinton has made clint a focus of her campaign since early january. she promised to be the town's partner through that water crisis. now, republican presidential candidate marco rubio is swinging back after saturday's rough debate. he was sharply criticized by rivals, particularly chris christ christie, over his level of experience. >> rubio repeatedly slammed barack obama's leadership. and he says he's going to keep criticizing president obama. christie called rubio's responses a memorized speech, and insists rubio is not ready to be president. listen. >> it's funny. i don't know. people think it's a bad thing. i'm going to keep saying it over and over again. barack obama is trying to change america. he wants us to be more like the rest of the world. i've never understood that. if you want to be like another
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country, move to another country. we want to be america. >> the plan was to talk about what i've been talking about all week. there's a difference between me and marco rubio, my experience and his. who is ready to take on hillary clinton and who is ready to run this country this isn't about me or moore coe rubio, this is about the country. we have seven years of a president that is not ready for the job. >> donald trump says he is feeling good about new hampshire. the latest polls show the republican candidate with a solid 17-point lead over his closest competitor in the state. and trump told dana bash he wouldn't be happy if he came in second place in the primary. listen. >> if i had two seconds, i think i'm doing okay. i'd much rather win. i can say, if i came in second or third, okay. i know all about expectations. we lower expectations. if i came in second, i wouldn't be happy. >> and jeb bush used donald
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trump's words against him, calling the front-runner a loser. while defending veterans during a town hall meeting. bush referred to trump's earlier comments, referring to senator john mccain as a loser and not a war hero. mccain was a prisoner of war in vietnam. >> you do not want that man as president of the united states. i can promise you that. here's a sign of weakness, when you call john mccain or any p.o.w., that served this country, american heroes, calling them losers. donald trump, you are the loser. >> trent spinor is the editor of "new hampshire union leader." he is here to talk about all of the xamt excitement that is
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taking place. new hampshire voters are independent thinkers. and among them, the undecided will play a significant roll on tuesday. explain why this is. >> this is a state of 1.3 million people. but more than 300,000 of them are undeclared voters. they can go into a ballot box and decide if they want to vote in the republican primary or the democratic primary the these are the people who are going to decide this election. what i'm looking for is how many people are polling democratic and republican ballots. that helps me figure out how many people may be voting for outsiders. there's only a small sliver of people that are independent and will make up their mind on twh which ballot to pull. >> that is fascinating considering most folks will decide this thing, won't decide on who they want as their
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nominee for a couple of days. there could be spoilers in the mix. for republicans, who is this situation likely to benefit? marco rubio, appeared to be the choice before stumbling. who does the situation benefit for the republicans? >> that's the big question. donald trump is clearly the front-runner if you look at the polls. if you dig deep, you see that more than 50% are undecided. a lot of the people don't care what iowa did. they don't care about the polls. they want to meet the candidate themselves. marco rubio had a very tough debate. and i'm not sure he passed it. i had friends in the audience that said i'm trying to decide about trump or rubio they left that debate saying i have to see more people. and i think it's up for grabs here. there's been a lot of people who spent a lot of time here. john kasich has had almost 100
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town halls. chris christie has spent a lot of time here. will one of those candidates benefit from everything that's happened on the ground in the last few days in new hampshire? that's the big question. >> what about from the democrats? the clinton campaign has been lowering expectations, describing new hampshire has sanders' territory. he represents the state next door, vermont. could the undecides surprise hillary clinton with a win? >> absolutely. the clinton campaign machine here in new hampshire has been reliable. bill clinton came in second place in 1992, and they've had these connections to the state for two decades. i had a friend who she said, she loves bernie sanders. she loves everything he stands for, but if she bumped into him,
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she wouldn't know what he looks like. the idea that bernie sanders is a favorite son of new hampshire because he is from vermont is just not true. he had no name recognition here. no name recognition. people in new hampshire didn't know who he was. but i think that people like his ideas. that's why he's winning. i know the clinton campaign is trying to play down a potential loss in new hampshire. i don't think that's accurate. >> history tells a different story for the family. bill clinton known as the comeback kid in the '90s. and hillary clinton found her voice when competing against barack obama last time around. trent spinor, joining us from manchester. the executive editor of "the new hampshire union leader." >> thank you. we'll bring you continuing coverage of the new hampshire primary all day tuesday, as it happens, here on cnn. still to come this year, somali officials say this video shows who is responsible for the
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explosion on an airliner last week. we'll get you the latest on the investigation and the arrests. some people look to polls for clues on who will win the presidential race. but a hong kong tofortune telle says it comes down to the face. her predictions still to come.
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a warm welcome back to our viewers here in the united states and all around the world. i'm rosemary church. >> and i'm errol barnett. our last half hour with you. let's update you on our top stories. there's a moment of hope in the desperate rescue efforts in taiwan, two days after the deadly earthquake. reuters news agency reports two
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people have been found alive in the rubble. more than 118, though, are still missing. at least 39 people were killed. u.s. presidential candidates are making push for votes in new hampshire ahead of tuesday's primary. the latest poll showed donald trump having a 17-point lead over his closest competitor on the republican side. the same poll shows bernie sanders with the upper hand on the democratic side. south korea's military says its navy fired warning shots after a north korean patrol boat crossed into south korean waters on sunday. the north korean vessel retreated. this comes after north korea's claim of a satellite launch on sunday. the u.n. security council called the launch a serious violation and promises significant measures in response. joining me now to talk more about this is phillip yun. he is the coo and executive
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director of plough sheers fund. we know that south korea has condemned the rocket launch. what is pyongyang's plan here? >> we're trying to figure out the analysis. north korea claims they put a satellite up in orbit, twice the size of what was sent up in a -- a couple years ago. we're trying to get confirmation on that. it's not entirely clear. some people say it was not a successful launch. we're going to have to wait. i think what this all means is, that we're kind of in the same situation we were almost two years ago. after a series of escalations, which we're going to have, u.n. condemnation sanctions. we're in the same place. north korea is moving forward with its nuclear weapons with another test. it has another missile, another rocket launch test. and so, this means that over a
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period of time, north korea will eventually get a sophisticated, rather small nuclear arsenal, i believe. and a rather -- sophisticated delivery vehicle, missiles, to deliver them. that's where we're going. that's where we're headed. >> that's caused so much concern, of course. north korea says this test is part of its peaceful space program, that there's more launches like this. that's a different less menacing description. do you make anything of that? >> that's how they talked about this. this was a satellite launch. the north, south trajectory and all of that. the technology to put up a rocket and a satellite, is similar to what it's going to take to deliver a nuclear twice. it's slightly different, but when they do this test, they're going to learn a lot to do that. this is rocket science.
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you have to put the rocket something up in the air. it has to go into orbit. and you have to make it come down and place that you want to go. all this stuff is something that the north is trying to do. and this particular test is going to give them information to develop that capability. >> interesting. authorities say a cell helping isis in iraq and syria. the suspects are accused of shipping guns and bombmaking materials disguised as humanitarian aid. somali officials believe they know who is responsible for the midair explosions onboard an airliner last week. they released video of two airport workers they say is connected to the blast. >> officials are convinced this was a terror attack.
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robyn kriel has more. >> reporter: mid-morning tuesday, at mogadishu international airport. this footage shows who airport workers handling what looks to be a laptop computer. one of them gives the laptop to this man, who boarded a plane bound for djibouti. that plane, flight 3159, took off an hour later than scheduled. >> after about 20 minutes, there was an explosion inside the plane. >> reporter: the laptop was rigged, according to sources close to the investigation, to explode mid flight. he was ejected out of the plane and left a hole in the fuselage. this footage shows flight attendants to move people away from the hole. the plane had not reached cruising altitude and the cabin was not fully pressurized. the explosion was smaller and
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the pilot was able to turn the plane around and land the plane safely. if the cabin was pressurized, the explosion, would have been catastrophic. somali authorities have arrested several people, they say, including the two men that was handing over the laptop. no one has claimed responsibility for the explosions. but officials tell cnn they believe al shabaab is behind the attack. a team of investigators is on the ground assisting somali police and intelligence to try to piece together how this near-disaster could have happened. robyn kriel, cnn, nairobi. still to come, the u.s. presidential election could be determined by luck and a candidate's appearance.
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the sights and sounds of beijing, to pull off the year of the monkey. they started with the fireworks display. the gala has become one of the most-watched broadcast. >> and the traditions include lucky money in red envelopes for children. lots of fresh food and no sweeping the house in new year's day so you don't sweep away good luck. >> i like that tradition. and millions have their fortunes read, as well. one fortune teller is using her skills to make predictions about the presidential election. alexandra field joins us from beijing.
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tell us about this interesting character and what she had to say about the presidential electi election. >> reporter: there's an ugly truth about politics that appearances can matter. it has to do how a candidate packages himself or herself. but this fortune teller tells us it goes beyond the candidate's control. she can clearly see the future. forget pollsters and pundits. for predictions in a presidential election year, you could come here. every chinese new year, many seek wisdom on what the future holds. the methods can seem mysterious. >> who wins between the two of them? >> must be hillary. >> reporter: hong kong is home to fortune tellers. they read palms, charts and faces. what about these faces?
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what feature is most important in a politician's face? >> shape. long face. this is full. >> reporter: that's right. looking at the futures, priscilla says she can see the outcomes of campaigns half a world away. take the democrats. >> hillary has the best face. >> reporter: has the best face for president. >> sharp eyes. long face. high nose. >> reporter: in the republican field, there's more to pick apart. >> donald is the best. >> reporter: who is number two in new hampshire? >> number two. okay. this one. number two. >> reporter: of course, it isn't all about face. >> i think she has a beautiful face. >> reporter: you have to have luck on 2016. that's decided by the birthdays
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and the stars. okay. there's no donald trump. maybe she's the winner. his birthday, his fire is stronger than hillary's. >> reporter: that means priscilla's projections put the elephant in front of the donkey during the year of the red fire monkey. how confident are you that you can predict the president of the united states? >> 80%? >> reporter: the rest is up to what? the weather own the election. and the presentation. >> reporter: one point, the pollsters, the pundits and priscilla probably agree on. voters heads to the polls on tuesday, primary day. and that's the first time to put some of priscilla's predictions to the test. >> what if she gets everything 100% right. we have to call on her skills
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again. >> we'll go back to her. >> thanks for the reporting there. alexandra field there. things got awkward in new hampshire before the republican debate saturday. it started when ben carson apparently missed his cue to walk on to the stage. >> this was so painful. carson lingered in the wings. other candidates moved past him. trump, whatever reason, nice enough to stand by his side. said this later in carson's defense. >> it wasn't ben's fault. you couldn't hear anything. and ben stood there. and i said, ben, i thought i heard your name. i'm not sure. you could not hear anything. and there was a man back there that didn't know too much about what he was doing. and nobody really knew what was happening. i just said, hey, i'm just going to go out. what difference does it make? and i walked out. >> as you might imagine, the comedy show, "saturday night live," seized the opportunity to poke fun at ben carson during its "weekend update" segment. >> the republicans held a
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presidential debate in new hampshire. and things got off to a rocky start. here's actual footage of ben carson's entrance, where the one thing he forgot to do was enter. >> new jersey governor, chris christie. >> dr. ben carson. >> oh, man. of all people, you never expect ben carson to fall asleep at the wheel. >> poor ben. it's tough isn't it? let's take a short break. the super bowl is a fantastic event. and the music brought some major stars together.
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super bowl 50 is in the books. but the nfl's championship is about more than just the game. the halftime show was one to remember, with cold play, bruno mars and beyonce all on stage at once. ♪ ♪ uptown woke you up >> they put on a joint performance, covering each
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other's songs and showing off dance moves. lady gaga was there, singing the national anthem before the game. >> joining me now to talk about the super bowl halftime show, is kim serafin. good to have you with us again. beyonce's generating a lot of buzz on social media with her new world tour announcement. she knows how to steal the headlines, right? how did that play out, as well as the great performances from cold play and bruno mars? >> you had cold play. and bringing in bruno mars and beyonce. people had some questions about how cold play would do. was it the right choice for a super bowl halftime show? when you bring in beyonce and bruno mars and have them performing together, i think they nailed it. they did a great job. and having beyonce there, certainly -- takes a lot of confidence to bring in beyonce, to perform with you. she sucks the oxygen out of everything because she is so good and so strong. and of course, she really just dominated the show.
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she was also dominating this weekend because, as you mentioned, she did drop this new single, "formation," that's getting a lot of people talking. >> yeah. what about lady gaga, singing the national anthem? that's created a lot of buzz, with other stars praising her rendition, saying she gave them goosebumps. that's impressive. >> lady gaga has performed her image in a lot of ways. this is not the meat costume-wearing lady gaga. she performed a "sound of music" tribute at the oscars. she had a tribute at the grammys, who is someone who is dominated for golden globe awards and winning golden globe awards. this is a different lady gaga. she came out there and nailed the national anthem. she was wearing a custom red gucci suit and did everything perfectly. and got rave reviews all across the board from everyone. >> she did. and you mentioned that beyonce released a surprise single and
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video messages, just before her super bowl performance. but there was a bit of controversy swirling, wasn't it? over the footage that was used. explain to us what happened there. >> yeah. beyonce did drop this surprise single video, for "formation." there was question about the footage in the video. it's a beautiful video, womenages of new orleans, and really a tribute to the black lives matter movement. girl power, female power, and empowerment. but two documentary filmmakers said she used their footage without licensing it, without permission. her representative said it was used with permission. they licensed it and gave credit to the film makers. so, people were talking about this. but her rep did clear everything up. >> a little bit of excitement there. it was revolved for sure. kim, a pleasure to chat with you. thank you so much. thanks for watching. i'm rosemary church. >> i'm errol barnett.
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more news after the break. see you tomorrow. . . .
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bill clinton unleashed on the attack against bernie sanders. campaigning for his wife in new hampshire. criticism of the sanders' campaign and its supporters. donald trump against the field. will new hampshire bring him his first victory in the presidential race and is he ready to tone it all down? and the broncos with a stunning victory over the panthers in super bowl 50. we are breaking down the big moments in the game and

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