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welcome, in the united states and all around the world i'm rosemary church. >> i'm george howell following the breaking news this hourzv he on cnn in canada, here is what we know so far, six people are dead, eight others wounded after gunman opena fire at a mosque. this happened as the islamic culture center. >> two suspects have been arrested. the÷ú attack is being investigad as an act of terrorism. we'll want to get the latest now
who joins us fromht new york. we are learning more about this attack and we that you've got more informationç on those who were wounded. do we know any more about the two who were arrested. >> we don't, yet. and as officials are÷ú cautioni to not speculate as to who those two individuals are. we do though, rosemary, wiéndsses are describing this as coordinated attack. this gives us a little more detail as people follow what happen in thatç mosque, furthe details have not come out. we heard within the last half hour talk about the emotional news conference where auá9orities said six people were killed and eight people were injured, those injuries are described as critical at this point as those eight people are at ak(zhospital. if there's any good news out of this, we also learned in that
news conference that 39 people who were inside the mosque at the time of thev: attack were ae to escape unharmed, so that is good news. but again this is described as a coordinated attack at the time when÷ú people were praying insi of that mosque, families included. >> this has made many people very ymuneasy. the mayor there has been talking about this, what did he say and what is he planning to do to protect the mosque's there? >> of course any timeç there's situation where it is described as an act of terrorism this city goes on high alert. one of the first things they do is theyç get their special tea to sort of begin to circulate around the city, change their patterns up to protect areas t]. in this case there will be extra protection across the city, these are those terms that were by new york city aç few years o and they're specialized highly trained, heavily armed forces
that travel around the city at times like this. but the mayor, as youym said, d tweet standing in unity with the muslim community, saying, they'll protect muslims here in new york city,ht rosemary. >> keeping us up to date on this story. there were three, just after 3:00 in the morning in new york city, many thanks÷ú to you. we also have paula newton following it, we'll stay in touch with them. opponents of the trumpzv administration travel ban say they're gearing up for what could be long legal fight. president donald trump signed the executive order on february temporarily banç travel to the united states from seven muslim majority countries, now the white house is trying to clear up the confusion saying green card holdersç people with lawful permanent resident status in the u.s. will be allowed in but they'll go through extra screening if they're coming from one of thoseç banned countries >> homeland security officials say no one is now being detained
from the initial group who was stalked at u.s. airports,yhey have either been released or put on plane back home. there have been some international backlash as well, over the÷ú weekend, they told m trump, the ban on refugees may infringe on the geneva convention. >> the president of the united states pushing backç at criticm on this ban saying that he's trying to keep the u.s. safe. >> he also has sharp words for two trump republicansç who sai the ban likely will not improve u.s. security, more now from athena kojones. >> we're hearing from president trump justifying and defending this move restrictions in the face of criticism, including from some of his own party,ç i'll read to you part of his statement. he said, we will continue to show compassion to those fleeing oppression, but we will do so while protecting our own citiznz and voters. he added this is not a muslim
ban as the media is reporting. this is not about religion. =0me said his first priority wi always protect and serve our country, as president i will find ways to help all those who are suffering.ç that is the president responding. what's clear is that the white house is very much feels these moves are necessary. senior administration officials saidç the vetting process for screening people from these countries and refugees in general is inadequate to protect the çu.s.'s national security. so they believe they're taking steps that trump supporters, the people who elected him to office would applaud. but itko seems they are a bit taken aback by the criticism they're receiving, including from their own party by central republican senator johnç mccai of arizona and lindsey graham who put out a statement slamming this move. the president taking to twitter to respond to those two senators former presidential candidate john mccain and lindsey graham
is wrong. they are sadly weak on immigration. the two senators shouldç focusn their energy on isis, illegal immigration and border security, instead of always looking to start world war ÷úiii. so that is how the president is responding to a growing list of critics. >> and peopleç are voicing the outrage across the united states over president trump's travel ÷ú ban. >> in texas people gathered to the international rival of the dallas fort worth airport chanting "i be:)jve that we will win". >> protesters showed up in force at san francisco airport saying resist and refugees are÷ú welco here. and a stand with immigrants rally, that was held there in downtown seattle washington.zv more reaction from los angeles.
>> protesters here at the represents a small sliver of the number of protesters who are here earlier in the day, but as you can see the crowd is still they are making their displeasure known about this executive order. we were told by an immigration lawyer that÷ú there are still se people who are in detention, people who are still detained. but we have been unable to fe authorities. we did hear about one person who was released who was in custody for about 24 hour that is we're told that border patrol went through her phone, lookingsat her photos, also going through her luggage before letting her go. that is just one of the stories that we have heard. as you can see, from this crowd 0j9 me about what has happened and you have a number of lawyers also on the ground trying to assist those who may be impacted by÷ú this executive order, but given
now that we have still a number of protesters here on the ground, it is clearym they don' plan on going anywhere any time soon. cnn, los angeles. >> the u.s. senate top democrat is among thoseç denouncing the immigration order. chuck shumer visibly emotion, said tears runs down theç chee, he vowed to get the president's order overturned. >> this executiveç order was mn spirited and÷ú un-american. it was implemented in a way that created chaos and confusion across the country and it will only serve to em bold÷ú and inspire those around the globe who will do us harm. it must be reversed immediately, senate democrats areç going to introduce legislation to over
turn this and move it as quickly as we can and i, as your zv senator, from new york will flaw, scrap -- claw, scrap and fight with ever fibernb of my being, until these orders are overturned. >> we told the story that a five-year-old who was detained forp hours waiting to to be reunited with his mother on his birthday. you know, families who were separated, some plans that were cancelled. but earlier kellyan.q] conway a counselor said the airport detentions are "small price to pay for the safety of çamerica" >> i was stopped many times, weren't you after 9/11. i didn't resemble or share a name or be a part of÷ú any conspiracy, this is what we do to keep the nation safe. this whole idea they're being separated and ripped from their families it's temporaryç and is
circumstantial whether you were some of those 300 some who are on the aircraft, as opposed to the overym 3,000 children who b more separated from their parents who perished on 9/11. >>p extremist could use this travel ban as propaganda to recruit more followers. in the meantime leaders across the middle east and beyond are v reacting to this travel ban. let's go to instanbul turkey that's live this hour. s this being perceived around the world. what are you hearing from different nations about what's happened here in the united states? eorge, it really depends on which nation it is when it's one of these seven nations that were targeted in this travel ban,ç there's been some strong words coming from sudan, we've heard them say that this -- they regret this decision and theyp say that there were warm
relations or warming of relations between sudan and the united states, that could be in jeopardy now. u)jt from yemen, who said this will only support terrorist and it's those division, there's no justification for it. some really strong words, they actually called in the u.s.my- the intersection of the u.s. in -- that is the swiss ambassador, they called him in to talk to him about this. said it was discriminatory. they said it was no legal justification for this. and so these countries very mucú angry. if you look at other countries in the region, pretty quiet right now. a lot of them probably don't want to attract theç higher of president trump, we know that when someone says something out against him, then he usually responds÷ú harshly, but we did
hear from the turkish deputy prime minister, he said that refugees welcome in turkey, the world's largest zvrefugee hosti country. wide range of statements there and nonstatements. >> ian, what has been the impact q people? i'm sure you've spoken with people, you've heard stories yourself for people who are impacted by this, you know, many of these people just innocent peoplesgoing about their way being held for hours detained for no reason? >> reporter: it's an interesting thing. aúx=u talk to a lot of people have experienced this or who are afraid of going back to united states or what this means for them. all of them have doneç everythg they needed to get a visa, to get a green card. they did everything legally. they pay their taxes. they're productive members of ym
society. some of these people are doctors, they're scientists and there's this bedrock principal of the united states, thiszv persumption of innoncence that you are innocent until proven guilty. a lot of them say we didn't do anything wrong. an the united states and yet we're being treated as criminals. and so this has really effected them. and you just haveç to look at what the deputy prime minister of turkey tweeted out. there are a lot of talented people. there are people work for techy companies who are doing research in different medical fields speaking to one person who is of iranians defense, hisym wife or his fiance can't meet them so they can't get married because she's in iran. she has the proper pa paperwork to go to÷ú the united states. he's from iran he has all the proper paper but they can't meet to get married. a lot of stories there, george. >> çcnn international
correspondent live for us in instanbul, turkey, thank you so much for the report. coming upym president trumps set to name a replacement for the late u.s. supreme court justice. a look at his potential picksu! that's still to come. >> israel set to pass a controversial new law,ht detail ahead on "cnn newsroom."
two officials say the announcement might come earlier than that, g#cnn victor blackwe has more on mr. trump's potential picks. >> we will pick aç truly great supreme court justice. >> president donald trump is done interviewing candidates, and trump now making clear it has dwindled downshis list of potential supreme court nominees. >> i have made my decision pretty much in my mind, yes.
it's subject to change at the last moment, but÷ú i think this will be a great choice. >> if approved, the president's nominee will replace justice who passed away last february. the seat has remained vacant since then after the senate republicans refused to hold aç vote for then obama's nominee. he has narrowed his list to four candidates, three men andmy one woman. sits on the tenth circuit court of appeals, he's a former clerk for justices byron white and anthony kennedy. hegsç closely aligned. he's 49 years old. also underç consideration it's william h. prior, jr. he was appointed by george w. bush in 2005. pryor isv: 54 years. judge thomas hardaman sits on
the third court of appeals he w!sú nominated in 2006. he serves on the same court as his sister. theç fourth finalist, serves o the seventh court of appeals in chicago. she was also nominated by george w. bush insight for the milwaukee journal.p she's 59 years old. whomever the president picks finding support from democrats still upset over the treatment may pose a htchallenge. >> if the nominee is not bipartisan and main stream we absolutely would keep the seat open. i'm hopefulç that maybe presidt trump would nominate someone who was main stream and could get bipartisan support, we shall see. if they don't, we'll fight him tooth and nail as long as we have to. >> victor blackwell, cnn atlanta. >> thank you so much. president trump and his russianscounterpart vladimir putin are talking about improving relation. >> mr. trump and vladimir putin
spoke for about an hour on saturday. appa)zi'tly there was no mentio of lifting the sanctions washington imposed on moscow on the annexation. >> for more on that let's go livezv to the russian capitol le this hour. it's good to have you. what more do we know about the substance, the content off thi call? >> well, george, hello.ym what wasn't said. nothing mentioned, but they did say that they were looking to restore trade and economic tw will be helped by lifting sanctions something else that wasn't mentioned interference in the u.s.ç election. skepticism about that, but that did not come up in either of the two that we got. or the white house another mention, despite the fact president mentioned that called
for other european leaders a key cjp(q)n for russian weaken the troops on its border where -- they didn't ever discuss incorporation andym koreans issuing the nuclear program and others and they said the key point they were going to work together to target islamicç extreme itch, terrorism in tenacity in syria and a corporation that has diluted anç russia, you know, the very thing that this was a starting point for warming relations between theç two sides and they did sa that they are planning towards a meeting face to face, we don't know when exactly or where they will as of yet. room, the alleged russian hacking that was not discussed on this phone call. embers of the president's own cabinet. it's had democrats and
republicans urging cautions when it comes to the warming what more do we know about the divide, how that's being perceived in russia. divide between the president and many others who areç urging caution? >> i mean, what we're seeing in the russian media that very much #ñ this is a new turn from the president himself and really dismissing in the opposition from members of his own party. you know,ym have a new tone, on russian -- well -- as russia's chief propaganda sayingç it wa very interesting that mr. trump brought up the fact that there was positive among the americans towards the russian people that that was a new thing. there's anzv interesting narrate to hear about the new world order that's really russia and the u.s. who are now resolving c europe is waning there as well.
>> live for us in moscow, claire, thank you so much for your reporting today. well,nb meanwhile, presiden trump is reiterating washington's ironclad commitment to defend south korea against threats from the north. korea's acting president by phone sunday, alexander field joins us from seol with the ÷ú details. alexander president trump is giving an ironclad commitment now, that wasn't the case during his election campaign when hemy threatened withdraw if they didn't step up its financial support for defense. what's changed here? iñ >> certainly the election campaign rhetoric, but it seems the call did q u/eiuááju$e spears that south koreans had expressed about the dependability of their partner in the u.s. in long term ally. you did hear some very strongym words from president donald trump when he was candidate trump issuing those threats.
we are told in the read out from the call from the blue house that the issuezv of sharing cal for maintaining a u.s. presence here in south korea did not come up during the conversations, both sides responding tod8 the call said that this call was largely about the alliance, the partnership between south korea and the u.s. and the u.s.'s ironcladç commitment to maintaining that alliance and that partnership, their commitment to continuing to provide deterrence against the mounting nuclearko threats of t north korea and their commitment to maintaining to any military capabilities that are necessary to continue toç deter north korea. the blue house says that message from donald trump was that the relationship between south korea and the u.s. will beym better tn ever before, rosemary. >> all right. and to another topic, new satellite images suggest that north korea have çrestarted a
reactor at its plutonium÷ú site. >> reporter: it comes at this time just weeks after had announced the country is in its final stages ofúp[eparing of a test of intercontinental ballistic missile, that has put the world on notice and monitoring agencies including the u.s. base groupç 38 north have been watching for any signs of activity, the latest sign, there's a water plume coming from one of the pooling water outlets which is ako sign their analyst say of operation at that facility, which they say is the main nuclear facility in north korea, a placeç where plutoniu has been produced that's been used in prior nuclear test. this is something that everyone is closely watching. it doesn't come as entirely aç surprise. there were other satellite data images that operations were,÷ú perhaps, beginning to get underway at that plant.
those images showed some snow melt on the roof tops suggesting that the buildings werezv again being occupied and at least minimally heated. all eyes on exactly what's going on at that facility,zv rosemary >> keeping an eye on developing story. joining us live where it's nearly 5:30 in the early s evening. thanks. still ahead this hour, israel is set to pass a controversial new law, why critics say an amount to we're live across the united states and around the world this hour. you're watching "cnn newsroom" from atlanta.
welcome back and all around the world, i'm rosemary church. aúdrñ you're watching "cnn newsroom" with the headlines we're following for you. this hour, six people are dead, eight others wounded after a mosque in quebec city canada. two suspects have been arrested. police say the situation there is under control. the attack isht being investigad as an act of terrorism. >> the white house says president donald trump's travel ban does not apply to people who cards whic them tons of residents in the united states. there was some confusion over that asu! thousands were tested. homeland security officials say green card holders will still face extra screening at airports. >> many of those protests they the united states. new york, boston, philadelphia, los angeles, the executive order banned people from sevenym
muslim-majority countries from entering the u.s. over the next 90 days and suspends the admission of allç refugees for 120 days. >> we want to get more now on deadly mosque ymçshooting. >> basically, announcing that there are six dead, eight injuried, of those eight six are in very serious condition. they have two people underç arrest. i'm made sure that the public scene itself was secure, although they added that, of course, places of worship as well asb other high security places and government buildings, things like that would be under stringent security. above all rosemary, look, for theç love of the community we
reach out to you, you are home, you are with us, the hashtag, i am quebeaç is trending. and i think you really got that sense of the profound shock that everyone is feeling. about the two suspects who are in custody prefuse to say anything about them. there's been lots of speculation in the media, authorities want to avoid that. áey say this investigation is preliminary stages. it's crucial here, rosemary, is the fact that this was two people at least still waiting to see ifç there are any coconspirators carried out what is very concerned the authorities here as if this was a coordinated attack. ÷iet paula, you mentioned the profound shock, of course, there is that, but talk to us to about ity. has there been tensions pthere.
>> there was a head and just horrific on the islamic center. i mean, u!rosemary, quebec one the provinces in canada having the hardest time trying to come to terms the secular valueszv tt cherish so much and yet still want to be very open and diverse, having said that, manys today, and social media saying that has nothing to do with what happened tonight. it was an act of terrorism, pure and simple as people wereym worshipping, no matter what, you know, awkward there may be, this is something that no one could havezv predicted. >> news joining us on the phone as he makes it in canada with that deadly atda- took place, many thanks to you. >> israel appears to be set to pass a controversial new law over israeliym outpost on
palestinian territory, the so-called legalization bill makes such outpost on÷$p r(t&hác palestinian land legal under new israeli law, for more on this bill and ramification live in jerusalem is -- pleasure to havç you with us. what level of support or opposition is there. is it likely to pass it. >> at÷ú this point that's a goo question, prime minister said has weekly counterç meeting yesterday. one party has come out said they opposed the bill and another party is unclear whether they÷ú opposed the bill. those will be critical whether the bill goes through. but those answers haven't been made clear yet. they haven't answered those questions.ç meanwhile the opposition said they have another other steps to delay and stop this vote by many means they said even if it's
being&j introduced today theree some who say the vote itself may not come until early tomorrow morning because of the filler÷ú buster, that gets at how controversial this bill is. the attorney general said, it's unconstitutional, it@v+olates international law. it opens international leaders to, he won't support it and defend it when he believesç it will be challenged at israel's high court. the coalition under prime minister has been pushing this any way. they held itym before president trump's inauguration, now they're pushing it forward, possibly just weeks before president trump and prime president trump and prime minister meet, so it will bea long day here that's the debate go back and forth. it will come down to the numbers on the vote. george. israel. what has been the reaction for palestinians from neighboring arab nations about thisç
legalization bill? >> there's an international consensus that includes palestinians the u.n., the e.u., that this law is illegal÷ú and won't be accepted. many critics have called it a first step which is exactly why many on the right wing have held annexation and that is where much of that criticism comes in this is an application of law and critics have saidzv it's a first step of annexation, something prime minister has said he opposes at this point while many in his coalition are absolutely in favor of it and calling on it to happen. >>. >> following the legalization there in israel, we'll stay in touch with ÷úyou, alive for us jerusalem this hour, stay with us. represent the socialist v8election in april. he clinched the nomination sunday in an easy victory over former prime çminister, opinio
poll goes to the struggle in the election on the population administration. and here isç more from paris wh more on the election. jim, as we mention, the socials will have an uphill battle here any way. it looks like there is aym moveo the ÷úokright. >> the fact that this is pretty much a rejection last night of the politicsç president a long five years in power, the socialist party, i think from the education any way that he was too far to the right that they wantedç someone more or ls and he's certainly much more liberal person that i think a
long ended up being hasu! some the same ideas. but ideas that pretty interesting one could say, for example, guar"váeed everyone in the country 750 euros whether they work or not that will replace unemployment and others things that people could get. so he's got some ideas like that and very appealing to the left and the voter now in the general election have azv pretty clear choice all the way across the line. they lose fairly far çleft. and they have the right candidate and extreme candidate. so they have a broad spectrum of candidatesç to choose from and there are still a couple of months left. >> certainly marine -- seems to think that the win that donald push for into the front.
we can move in change in the months ahead.zv joining us there live from paris, 9:40 in the morning. thanks. still ahead a syrianç refue family arrived here in the united states just days before president donald trump made it harder for people like them to be admitted into this country.÷ú we'll have that story next. actors get political at this year's sag award, what some had to say about the controversial travç,'ban. when it comes to healthcare, seconds can mean the difference between life and death. for partners in health, time is life. we have 18,000 people around the world. the microsoft cloud helps our entire staff stay connected and work together in real time to help those that need it. the ability to collaborate changes how we work. what we do together changes how we live.
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one of the travellers detained. after hoursç without answers, e finally got to hold her son in her arms again. here is part of the moment when they were ÷úu!ymreunited.ç >> they're clearly overwhelmed, no doubt. >> reunited with his mother in that moment that we saw. >> theht executive order on immigration signed by the president prevents the u.s. from permittingsrefugees for the next four months.
>> it will be half around the current level. here is a syrianç refugee fami. >> one week, that's how long this syrian family has been in the united states. theyzv arrived just two days before donald trump was inaugurated. he was a french teacher, her husband anç accountant. they fled from turkey with their children to escape the violence. after two years of background checks they finally made it to vermont. >> we were worried about ourselves, worried about our children. we came here. we want to live in peace.ym it's better than living in the war situation we were in. >> they are the first of about 25 syrian and iraqi families expected toç arrive in vermonty september. about 100 refugees in all. the mayor invited them to settle in around the same time÷ú then candidate donald trump vowed, if
elected, he would stop the flow of refugees into the u.s. and deport the ones alreadyzv here. >> just find the right thing from a compassionate and humanitarian perspective. >> that's not the only reason the mayor iszv welcoming them t their city. the city has suffered a major population loss making it hard for big companies here to fill jobs. the mayor is hoping that syrian refugees will not only add to the population, but also to the work force. >> the unemployment rate here iç about 3%, dangerously low says the mayor. >> we've got dozens of employers inç this community saying theye got hundreds of job openings they just can't fill. >> but now his whole plan to revive coulpé!e in jeopardy, pending an executive order from president donald trump. >> i think all of us have fears about zvthat. the security measures are in place or refugees especially
will not put this community at risk. that'sym a fact. >> this couple is hosting the syrian family until their apartment is ready. >> do you wish that president trump could meet thezv couple o the family that they'll have in their home. >> they wish that anyone could think that it is a bad idea for them to come, could just even take aç snapshot. they're wonderful people. they're not coming here to harm us. they're coming here to escape harm. >> tim cook a doctor in town settling in his city, not because he thinks they're dangerous, but because he thinks m money. >> the mayor is deciding that the refugees should come here got it all wrong? >> zttáur+ocally. >> he said he fully supports president trump's opposition. i'm tapped out and this nation is tapped out. weç need to fix our own proble
first and then we can, you know, we can see if we can rescue the rest of the world. >> thisç family said they're n worried about president trump's plan, they feel safe and secure in vermont already. >> iç like vermont. i like the people. >> the people. >> they're nice. >> yes. >> might have toym learn to çs. >> one week they hop v it's onl the beginning of their new life bethe united states. randy, cnn. >> randy giving us the many sides of this veryko complicate issue. >> yes. >> well, up next, hollywood honors and find out who won big as this year'szv actor guild award.
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>> the film "hidden figures" for best motion picture. >> some of the other winners include denzelç washington for best actor in the film "fences." angela stone won the best actress. >> theç best tv drama ensemble "stranger things" and "orange is the new black" forç best enseme in comedy. joining me now to talk more about the 23rd annual guild awards is entertainment to see you. >> thanks. >> it was certainly a more diverse night in terms of winners, hidden figures winning outstandingzv performance by ca, denzel outstanding performance. viola davis bestzv supporting a ali supporting actor in moonlight to name just a few, in fact, something we haven't scene
in past years various awards, and can we expect this to be a sign of the oscars.ç >> yeah, this definitely is not hashtag oscar so white award season. we're see ago lot of diversity. i think tonight sag awards÷ú sh that. denzel washington for "fences" obviously such a beloved actor. you know, a lot of peopleç thought aflec was going to win this. he rose to kind of turmoil because a lot of people benç aflec will win. but denzel washington has frontrunner status, a lot of times sagç awards do predict w will win. as you mentioned, viola davis, i don't think this was a surprise for anyone, certainly she was going to win, she'll win"t oscar, i don't think there's any doubt about that. and won tonight as sag wars predicted to win the oscars.
we're seeing aym lot of diversi and especially as you mention hidden figures. this is uplifting great movie. (t&háhp &hc% uplifting to the end of tonight and crowd pleaser, so this might throw lalaland frontrunner status. >>ç well, we might see some of that and the other running throughout the night, president trump and his travelym immigratn ban. >> yeah, i think everyone knew this was an award show. it's happening at a very political timeym on a political day, certain lu you're going to hear talk about this. the show opened ashton kutscher saying, we love you, weç welco you. one of the first winners, she got up there and joked about how and how she found millions÷ú ana half people dream on more serious note saying she's daughter of immigrant and immigrant ban is un-american.
you saw this çthroughout, sometimes it was kind of in a joking matter when sally pardon got up, he's really for lifetime achievement award. people are asking for my÷ú i.d. before i could get in or maybe it was my double ds that was kind of a joke. a lot of other people that made passionateym comments about the immigration ban. talk about people urging people to give to the çaclu, the winn went for stranger things. very passionate speech about unity and acting helped change theç world and people were standing and so it was really a very political night in a lot of speeches that were given. >> thank you so much for joining >> great. thank you so much. and rosemary church. >> and i'm george howell. the÷ú news continues here on cn right after the break.
breaking overnight. a rampage at a mosque in quebec investigated as a terror attack. what police are learning from two people in custody. anger over president trump's executive order banning travel from seven muslim majority countries. the president is defending his move. welcome to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm kosinsalison kosik. we start with breaking news in cana canada. a shooting at a