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an act of terror, israel rav ramps up security after deadly attack on its÷ú soldier. prime minister saying, isis played a role. also ahead, disturbing new video, the moment the gunman opened fire onç people in an airport in fort lauderdale
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airport. amid politics at the golden globe awards, liveç from cnn world headquarters in atlanta. welcome to our viewers here in the united states and around the world. i'm george howell. "cnn newsroom" stps right now. it isç 3:01 on the u.s. east coast, it is the kind of attack that we've seen far too often lately. a man rammed a truck this time in jerusalem. they're trying to figure out if he acted alone. we're about to show you some footage of exactly what happened. i want toym warn you that it is very disturbing to see. right through a group of israelo soldiers. they plowed right through that group of people, an officer and three cadets all barely in their 20s died from this attack.ç
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israeli police shot and killed the driver of the truck. prime minister said he may have been an isis supporter.zv cnn is following the story live for us in jerusalem this hour. warren, good to have you with us, this attack has been called terr@sm, what more do we know about the investigation. >> before we get to the investigation, let's talk about the funerals of these fourym soldiers, three females and one male all killed in this attack. it will be a day offing as these -- a day of mourning asç they lay to rest today. the attacker, the truck driver here was shot and killed at the scene and that is when the investigation began. police blocking off a neighborhood close toyewhere ths attack happened, where the attacker was from that blocked off entrances and exits as they tried to figure out was this -- cf1 o where had he gotten the truck, how long did he plan this, was this the sort of spur in the moment type attack.
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five of which are familyzv membs of the attacker, and again, george, that's what they're trying to figure out here, was this spur of the moment. the key here is was this anp attack or should this have been picked up because there was a bigger web here, that will be the focus of the investigation moving forward. >> the prime minister isç sayi the driver of that truck may have been an isis sympathizer. isis has not claimed responsibility for this attack. this information has not yet been confirmedd8 officially. do we know anything more about why the prime minister has reached that conclusion?ç >> he didn't expand on that, he visited the scene just a couple of hours after the attack. he said from what we understand the ie tack waszv isis sthiter supporter. he -- ie sympathizer or supporter. he didn't expand there.ç now, we spoke with the spokesperson and said there are no known isis cells in jerusalem
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or the west bank. this isn't someç emergent of a new stem here and that's where the investigation, again, focuses on trying to figure out where do the motivation come from. one of the biggerç aspects tha we've heard israeli leaders talk about, is what they called "viral terrorism." that'sç prop puel gags, that cl through social media to crack down on that and sfig your out who iszv posting something as a threat and who is likely to carry out that threat. >> live for us in jerusalem, warren, thank you so much for your reporting.ç we'll stay in touch with you again as these funerals are set for the vick dims tims in this in just a zvmoment, we'll tk with the israeli chief minister where we'll ask more about the investigation into this attack. the deadlyç attacks brough great deal of rage, that's not the case of refugee camp in gone
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sa, supporters marched through theç streets. they were yelling at antiisraeli chants. the group sweeted "it is a normal response to the crimes of israeliv: occupation." ♪ ♪ ♪ ç now, to florida, the suspect of the fort lauderdale airport shooting will be formerly charged monday, just two months ago, officialssin alaska referred to ÷úsantiago. he said after that, he still didn't get the help he needed. a month later he got his gun back. officials say there was no)legl reason for them to keep the gun. they believe that is the same gun he used in the airport to kill five people and to wound six others. there's also some new video thatko doubted and appears to sw the very moment that santiago
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opened fire. i want to show you the still video. he's wearing ap blue shirt, his weapon drawn. here is more, we warn you, going into this, this report contains disturbing video. on sunday we've got an up close look of exactly what unfolded in the baggage claim terminalç here on friday. in the surveillance released to tmz. you see as he walked into framev n nondescript. the moment before he reaches in and pulls out a nine millimeter pistol, he's emotionalless as÷úe opens fire on the people nearest to him. this corroborates a lot of what we've heard from officials, the fact that this was a planned attack. alaska here to fort lauderdale in order to carry out this attack and he didn't really target anyone specifically. he just openedç fire on the
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people that were closest to him. in the video after he opens fire, you see him kind of crouch down and then he starts running and you see theç people all around him in horror as they realize what's happening. people many just throw themselves on the ground. one woman gets behind aç lugga cart trying to do anything she can to get away from him. the big question that is yet to be answered, is why he decided to come here to fort lauderdale. we're÷ú hearing from investigats that this is still potentially a terrorist act. they've not ruled out terrorism as a potential motive. he's facing some serious charges, all of them eligible for the death penalty.ym cnn, fort lauderdale, florida. following the truck transition, a senior member -- trump's transition,÷ú a senior member accepts the conclusion that russia hacked political zv
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operatives, but ritrump receive intelligence briefing on friday, as you remember. >> he accepts the fact thatym russia and other entities engage in cyber attacks in the united states, all day long. he accepts the fact that thisç particular case was entities in rush shach russia. he's going to order the intelligence community to(m@ke recommendations and actions may be taken. i don't think there's anything wrong with trying to have a good relationship with russia and other countries around the worl! thand's what the president is -- around the world thaand that's t the president is saying.zv kellyanne conway insist they did not influence the out come of the election. >> i don't want any of your viewers to be misled into÷ú thinking that somehow the kremlin and the republican party or the -- that they had -- the kremlin was dealing with any of
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the hackers andç bringing that information back to moscow and somehow that anybody who allegedly attempted to influence our elections actually did. >> for÷ú more on this, let's brg in former chief and contributor, jill, live in moscow, jill it's always aç pleasure to have you with us for tcontext. he's brushing the offense aside in favor of warmer relations it? >> right, well, what i think what they're doing, they're being specific in saying that i! did not effect the out come of the election. and actually that's not what the report was trying to do. in fact, the people who did that report, theç intelligence agencies were really saying, that's not what we do for a living. that's not the purview of our report. we can say, there was hacking and they went into some detail. but, i mean, in terms of the reaction here in russia, this
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all came out just as russia was going intmç a very serious holiday season. it was russian orthodox christmas. everything shutdown, new year's had happened just beforeç that. and not a lot has happened in russia during that entire period. reaction directly from president p putin, we're hoping today that we can talk to the kremlin and get some reaction, itko has, in essence, coming out through tweets by various people and also now this morning in newspapers, et cetera, that i was ö; reading one paper that's kind of like wall street journal. it's national journal. and the story is actuallyç on page 3, which gives you the idea that right now, essentially, the approach is it's not that big. it's not thatç new. this report didn't have much information to begin with.
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and so it's really just being kind of downplayed in the really being mocked. so you're not getting a lot of really substantive reaction to that report,ç victor. >> george here with you, and also, the report, as you pointed out -- >> i'm sorry, george. >> that's okay.v: the report pointing out that, you know, there was no hacking of actual machine, but, you know, in conclusive, no real, you know, determinationp as to whether the information that was slowly leaked, what impact that might have had on the election. jill, i would like to get your÷ opinions on the plus minus of these two powers coming together, these closer ties that donald trump wants, whatç this make america great again, or would this make russia great again? >> you know, it's hard to say. i think, george,ç because on
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these individual, let's say, the issues that the president will have to deal with when he comes into office, there really ky they're very complex and very difficult to match with what he is saying in general terms. i mean,÷ú everyone says -- and think everybody would agree, that basically it would be good to have better relations with %9q trump himself or soon to be president donald trump who saw the big issues of the world it's when you get the specifics that it gevs complicated. we've been talking about iran, for instance, the u.s., the obama administration and russia, how to work out and negotiate÷ú the iran nuclear deal and president trump is saying, that he was opposed to it. so that would put him in opposition to vladimir putinev and the other issues really kind of break down in different ways. so i think you're going to have to see, can he segregate, separate thesdç two issues, the
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hacking and say, in spite of that we can go on and work with russia? and that will be the real çiss. >> jill has always been a top expert when covering russia. we always appreciate your context and insight on the matters. thank youp so much. a big announcement to talk about car maker fiat chrysler, that company will spend ctories in the state of ohio and michigan. production of the new jeep wag near, grand wagon eer willç create 2,000 new jobs. just last week cancelled plants to build a plant in mexico as i: announced it would invest $700 million in the state of michigan instead. still ahead, we'll have much more on the terrible attack, a
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we'll talk more aboutç the investigation and what they know so far. plus north korea is blaming the united states for its nuclear development and threatening a new missilep launch. the quote says, any time anywhe anywhere. stay with us. sometimes you just know when you hit a home run. that's how i feel about blue-emu pain relief spray. odorless and fast-acting. it soothes all my muscle aches and pains. and it's convenient for those hard to reach places. and if you're like me, you'll love blue-emu super strength cream. it's made with real emu oil, it's non greasy, it's a deep penetrating formula that works itself down into your joints. take it from me. it works fast and you won't stink. blue-emu, it works for me it'll work for you.
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welcome back. four÷ú soldiers killed in sundas truck attack in jerusalem. funerals will take place monday. the israeli prime minister says that truck driver may have been a supporter of isis. he's been identified as 28-year-old, he's palestinian, security forces shot andç kill him after his truck plowed into a group of soldiers near popular tourist spot. now authorities are trying toç determine if this was a lone wolf attack or something more. nine other people are now under arrest, joining me now from jerusalem is a member ofç israeli's security captain. it's good to have you with us to talk more about this investigation. what more do you know, atç thi point? >> we knowp that -- we have som
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evidence ;h(u)jt that but of course he was also by the palestinian government media, you know,ç suggesting the government media that should be israeli÷ú -- it's a phenomenon. >> well, isis, at this point, has not claimed credit for this attack, though ashyou point ou the prime minister has seen it, that he believes this attacker may have been isis sympathier. can you elaborate just a bit more on the evidence thatç you speak of, why this claim is being made now. >> we don't claim that he was aç
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official member of isis. but the fact that he was inspired by isis. with÷ú isis is very clear i'm n going to show the evidence right now, but it's very clear. look, what we see all over the middle east is -- and this is the main obstacle and the stability of theç middle east. that chilled by isis, but also by al qaeda, by hamas. actually,nb comes down to etiology. in çgeneral, and we are facing thisç typical we are so sometis so frustrated that the u.n. and
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the hatred and general refusal to acceptzv israel existence jewish democracy that israel once and again, as we saw three weeks ago. >> the de#se minister has stated that this attack was not fuelled by settlements, you know, that's certainly a hot button issue that, you know, iss certainly in focus lately. i want to focus in, though, that something that you raise also. the question whether it's isis inspired orç isis directed and this concept of basically the information that's put out ju)ás how is the government dealing with that? trying to crack down on that, whether it's inspired or directedç online?
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>> it seems like evidence that it was inspired by ÷úisis, inspired by isis, but, again, you cannot separate. it was inspired recently by isis, butv: palestinian, totall exposed to the palestinian media and to thezv messages that and s must die. you cannot really -- what weç e lately that most palestinians are inspired by isis, faces a 5=99ñ and it's the case like islamic b giad, this is a new phenomenon and we're able to see how we can eliminate or minimize such attack. generally, speaking,ç we're ve experienced. we have very good services,
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usually, we manage to depict avp to prevent in advance, even sometimes lone wolves in advance, butu! despite our experience we don't have 100% success, and yet,ç deticket younger soldiers in jerusalem is other testimony thatym created . and thezv final conclusion shou be that we have all the world to unite, to fight and defeatko
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islamic because they're threatening not just jews, everybody, anybody that is notu devoted v:islam. far too often. you know, the israeli energy minister, thank you so much forx being with us and sharing your insight on that. again, funerals are set for monday. a visit byu! taiwan's president of the united states is prompting a warning for chinese state run tabloid. the u.s. recognizes ta!ws' as one china, they say the mainland is prepared against any moves for taiwan independence, writing for taiwan independence, writing this, if trump reneges or one china policy after taking office, the chinese people will demand the government to take
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bargaining. >> now let's talk about north korea, nation claiming to be ready to launch an intercontinental ballistic missile, the quotev: says "any time, anywhere" they said they were close to testing that. let's go south koreazv where th story is being followed. thank you for being with us. north korea saying they're doing this specifically because the united states help explain thez context here. >> reporter: >> george this is something that north korea has been claiming for many years, ifu! not decade. they say that they need this nuclear program as self defense. they need it as protection against hostile policy from s washington. this is nothing new that we're hearing at this point. but what we're having here on sunday is that they can launch an intercontinental ballistic mwktr&e at any time from any location in order to depend on is where the north korean leader would like it to happen, where
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and when. so çthat is is what they're waiting for, they're saying, at this point, the green light. it comes just after the new year's addressede on first by kim. he said this -- the test launch of this icbm which could hit of this icbm which could hit u.s.a close and just one day later we heard from president elect donald trump saying it won't happen. so this could be seen as response to that. but it's÷ú not mentioning donal trump by name, but just mentioning the u.s. of foreign policy, george. >> paula hancock live following this latest threat frommy north korea. thank you for your report. we'll stay in touch with you. stars of the silver and small screen turned out for the small screen turned out for the 74th annual,a in los angeles. >> the golden globe goes÷ú to. >> dominated the night winning
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seven awards. won jqj best actress and for best movie musical. coming of age story took home olden globe, rather, for the best movie drama. best actor went to casey aflek for manchesterç by the sea. french actress took home the award for best actress in a movie drama for the film ç"elf" best series comedy, that went to "atlanta." the golden globe turned a bit political as well. aheadht we'll show you what fil legend had to say referring to the president elect, donald trump. we're live in the united states and around the world this hour, e-tuáájáüár @r(t&háhp f atlanta. this is 100% useful for a 100% fresh mouth.. what's it like to not feel 100% fresh? we don't know. we swish listerine®.
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warm welcome back to our viewers here in the united states and around the world, you're watchingç "cnn newsroom" it's good to have you with us. i'm george howell with the headlines we're following for you this hour. the palestinian driver who rammed the truck÷ú into a groupf soldiers in jerusalem sunday may have been an isis sympathizer, an officer and three cadetsg# we killed. israeli security forces shot and killed the attacker. nine other suspects have been arrested in connection with÷ú t attack. funerals are set for monday. the suspect in the florida airport shooting, the person you see here will be formerly charged onp monday. could face the death penalty if he's found guilty of federal charges. five people were killed in that attack, six others wounded at
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the airport inym fort lauderdal florida. north korea saying, any time anywhere, if they could launch an intercontinental ballisti& missile, just last week they said it was close to testing the long-range missile. north korea blames the united states citing a÷ú hostile polic. on tuesday confirmation hearings will begin in washington for the u.s. president elect donald trump's cabinetcñpicks. but the office's government ethics says that several nominees still have yet to be properly vetted. that means they have not yet completed theç ethics review process that's required, one source telling cnn among those in question is trump's pick to leave the department of homeland security. responded to this latest news saying that all of the nominees are qualified. donald trump says that he will seek better ties with russia, hacking scandal, even senior republicans are casting doubt on
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the president elect's ambition. here isv: what senate majority leader mitch mcconnell had to say about it all. >> the best way to look at the president elect's attitude towards the russians isym to lo at incoming national security leaders, general mattis, congress, none of theseym are people who are in any way conflicted about the view that the russians are not our friends i don't think it's all that unusual for a new president to want to get along with the russians. i remember george w. bush havinú the same hope. my suspicion is his hopes will be diced pretty quickly. >> donald trump's proposed moscow's military involvement in ukraine and syria, but before those conflicts, residents of the former soviet@úrepublic of georgia, they say they fell vick
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toim to the border. here is more.a >> for georgians this the 2008 war. the fencing scars to landscape. green signs offerç up an omino warning. just beyond is the break away region of south. they were only allowed to get this close in the companyç of georgian security forces. they say it's for our own protection, after all, the russians are watching2ú >> it's here that we meet, georgian 82-year-old in the space of thisç conflict. >> i from÷ú georgia. >> after he went out one day to run errands, he returned to find his ÷úhome. they wound up slicing his land and permanently separating him
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from the country he calls home. >> when you first saw this fence here, how didç you feel? >> i was angry when they came. they said it was russian territory. so if you don't want to be from where should i go. help me if you can. >> the locals, it's known as the creeping border,ç although georgian officials are not allowed to use the term. they call it the line of occupation. to the russians they're an independence andç their milita is here by invitation. each passing year the lines steadily move forward swallowing far left even entireç villages. independent monitors say each encroachment is a violation of international law and no one on the georgian controlled sign of the linetgrzi seems to know exa what the line is. the sign is meant to mark the boundaries. the problem is looking around is unclear where the ápit(s&ed border begins and ends.
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for all i know, i can be standing in the south. locals complain they have beenz detained for coughing over and then there's the matter of the orchard, earlier this year, áhree-mile long furrow stra through it. they claim it's there for fire protection, but georgians who cross it get detained. the e.u.p has the only independent mission monitoring this frozen conflict. >> on the far left i can see one russian federation border bay, we don't know where and how far that line can move because it was never recognized. it was never negotiated. 's based on variety. >> what message is that sending. >> that's the message that w@e)e still living for the best. >> small agri cultural village
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former home.a it was bombed during the 2008 war. it was determined to remain in the a house his father built. that's untitú the russians fencd off the road and some of the land, even though the house is on the georgian controlled side of the wire. he said the russiansv(urrs a choice. the common citizen or move. he abandoned his home and lived nearby on remains of his land. >> are you÷ú worried that this border is going to continue moving this way? >> we are afraid that they will expand the÷ú border. we know what war means. it's better to be like this than in war. >> tomorrow her and her family fear that one day the?xujt will come again. to one side of their home, a russian military base. to the other, a georgian check point. >> how wouldym you feel here? how can someone live here. it is scarey. nobody knows what will happen
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today or tomorrow. >> she said÷ú she no longer haso tick it to pastor and worries they'll be blown up by left over ìáhp &hc meanwhile at the russian base overlooking the house, many go about their business. their children play in the ç courtyard. cnn. >> thank you. cnn has reached out to officials in the south and at the kremlin regarding allegations that people are losing their land but has yet to receive a response on that. iranians are remembering their former president, he died on sunday. he was 82 years old. for more on this let's bring in cnn beckyym anderson live for becky, thank you for being with us. in the country's moderate mooumt just to help ourç viewers understand how great of a loss this was and how is he being
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remembe remembered. >> this is as a blow to the countryç ahead of what our crucial elections later this year, possibly may. and influential voice against hard liners, he will beç remembered not least for pushing for that landmark nuclear deal back in 2015, which brought iran in fromç the cold.p >> former iranian president dead at the age of 82.÷ú he dominated the landscape in iran for more than three decades. he was a÷ú controversial for so inside and outside political
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prominent south of theç 1979 islamic revolution. he was elected of the iranian parliament in 1918, patchy held until 1989. under theç direction, he to se commander in chief at the iranian military throughout that eight-year conflict. ìáhp &hc% consecutive terms as president for the islamic republic were dubbed by the as the reconstruction period. johnnyç viewed liberal economi policies and tried to rebuild ties to iran's neighbors after his presidency. theyym remain a powerful playern iranian politics including serving as close adviser to each supporter in becoming theç country's supreme leader.
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johnny political÷ú becomes divee the old revolutionary. in 2005, ran for çpresident. an opponent who criticized from the foreign policy language and populace etiology. after beingp disputed presidential election in 2009, he sided with the the protesters. the broadest decision to help his÷ú popularity amongst supporters, it was political costly, diminishing his influence behind thep scenes. but byzv 2013 iran seventh president. just months away from iran's next÷ú presidential election wi
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be a major blow to moderates who lost both the leader and a mentor in johnny. >> it$j here in the dcc. specifically, saw dee. and even though he wasç sidelid in recent years held statesman of that 1979 revolution, he couldn't be silenced.÷ú that influence said thoroughly missed not just by the current government, but in capitals across the world,ç george. >> thank you, thank you so much for your reporting and context. again, dead at the age of 8 this is "cnn newsroom," we'll be right back. my arthritis pain used to make my favorite things to do...
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it is very cold here onmy t east coast and northeast. and now bitter temperatures are also leading to deaths, in parts of europe. heavy snow and blistering winds closed in romania. dozens of villages were left without power, many people without power there. local reports sayç four people died because of the extremely cold weather conditions there. in the united states, dangerous winterzv weather in multiple sections in this country this weekend, as i mentioned these deaths that came from the states of virginia, georgia and california. storm is nowht working its way through the northeast. let's get the very latest on the cold temperatures, our meteorologist is with us in the international weather center. is there relief in sight in parts of the united states and europe. >> absolutely. it's going to be late week.zv it is rather quick warm up.
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it will take a couple of days before we get there towards the latter portion. and critical patternzv of wet weather streaming right along this classic pineapple express when it comes to moisture originating out of the tropics an getsç up and translates int snow fall and you melt that down, ten inches of precipitation expected, four to six inches of rain fall expected translate this and we're talking several feet of fresh know and this is all wonderful news. 103% of it in place across the sierra. we've failed to get to the normal 100% average and you melt this down, we know that about 30% of the state's drinking water÷ú comes from snowpack and sierra snow melt. excellent news in the forecast there. we know some travel already in place. i-80 westbound, workç your way n that direction. we have mud slides closing down parts of the highway, eastbound on i-80 trees and powerlinesh-oo
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across that region. as george said it is not across the united states, turkey, tremendous snow fall is coming down in place.v: instanbul international airport have had the most single cancellations on saturday, sunday and monday. hundredsç of flights cancelled each and every single day. high pressure is sitting around the western end e, a÷ú lot of cd air beginning to filter in across the greek aisle and get into ie press some snow showers in the higher elevation. moreç news, george howell, comg up momentarily.
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welcome back. in her acceptance speech, the actress got political. she praisedç adversity in hollywood, but she wasn't the only one talking politics on stage. for more i'm joined by film critic live in÷ú london with us good to have you with us. first of all, before we get into the politics of the matter, let's talk about the golden globes itself. were there any çsurprises, fro
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your point of view? >> well there most certainly were, i simply don't believe that anybody thoughtzv laura la would win several globes, record in the history of it. i mean it was remarkable. it's aç marvelous enchanting a colourful movie, but it was fantastic to see it done so well. the other surprises, i was certainly surprisedko when natae was knocked out by isabel, superb. and alsop erik johnson beating ally for best supporting actor. that's the biggest surprise of the night. it was memorable÷ú ceremony and also casey, i think people thought would win over denzel washington, this was forç "romance by the sea," they both played losers in like very very well indeed. so it celebrated amazingç amous
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of talent. the managers victories, i think, that, too, was unexpected to that extent and very well deserved, i thought. let's talk politics. meryl streep on stage the momenç during the campaign when he was on stage mocking a disabled reporter. she had this to say about this 2016 election over ÷úall, but listen, we can talk about it here on the other side. >> do the same thingym disrespe invites disrespect, violence incitesç violence. when they bully all others, we all lose. >> it's a moment people are talking about on social media, very significant moment during the goldenb globes. >> absolutely no doubt that she put so much power and passion
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into that speech becausw i think she articulated what everyone who was listening thought and she put it so forcefully. golden globe performer. she had 30 konominations, 8 win and she really chose her example so well, i thought. it really was one of those speeches. there wereç several moving speeches during the ceremony. but this one really hit.m target. it was a bull's eye. >> what about jimmy fallon, his performance, he got a little political as well, how did he do? >> i thought heu! did well. i find far too personal,ç ther was some funny knocks of donald
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trump. the perfect girl, forç me, i thought did rather well and also the material. i mean it was the work excellent for the the crown to do as well it was. i was delighted to do as well it did. this was super. also for the people versus oj ç simpson, this was much praise. in the boom section and the television. we had a lot to cheer about and althoughzv i think the -- i wou have like today have done better, the prizes wereç share out between lalaland and the lion's share and majesty by the sea. moonlight very important victory keeps its hopesht alive for the oscars. i'm very pleased about that. i thought that wasç very excellent. >> thank you so much for being
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