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. this morning on "world news now." president trump and putin meet face-to-face. >> the leaders scheduled to have a chat later this morning, and let's face it, there's plenty to discuss. but will trump avoid that one topic that's dominated the headlines here at home? there's new video showing the moments a nypd officer was ambushed. the suspect runs right up to the van, fires and runs away. and we've seen good samaritans jump into action, but not the case here, an officer reportedly asks for help in pulling the victim of a car crash from the fiery wreckage, but the neighbors choose to sit this one out. and
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you can dip it. now you can snort it, too. chocolate. hear how the latest trend in consuming it includes treating the chocolate like a drug. is it safe? and is it good? we'll look into that on this friday, july 7th. from abc news, this is "world news now." we begin this morning with that meeting captivating the world. president trump and russian president vladimir putin coming face-to-face at the g-20 summit in germany today. >> white house officials say the two leaders will be joined this morning only by rex tillerson, his russian counterpart and their translators, around the meeting is expected to last about 30 minutes. >> they are expected to address the situations in syria and ukraine, but the president refuses to say if russia's meddling in the election is in play. >> i think it
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russia, could have been a lot of people interfered. i think a lot of people interfere. i think it's been happening for a long time. >> the meeting takes place while thousands of protesters descend on the city of hamburg where things turned violent yesterday as they faced off with the police. >> demonstrators hurled bottles and bricks at police who fired back with tear gas and water cannons. more than 75 officers were injure injured. >> reporter: police and protesters taking over the streets of hamburg. a sea of marchers pushing up against police lines. the face-off leading to violent clashes as world leaders arrived in town. and this is what president trump will see when he arrives in hamburg. police in the is streets, here in armored cars, protesters all over. officers trying to disburse the crowds, tackling people to the ground, kicking others. finally turning water
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them. the streets covered in a cloud of tear gas. the marchers protesting globalization and capitalism. many of them in black masks, but also in that crowd, images of america's leader. that g-20 summit under way just about two miles from the clashes, president trump meeting with germany's angela merkel. the two leaders chatting and shaking hands. a warmer encounter than their first awkward meeting in the oval office a few months ago. earlier in the day in poland, a very different scene. take a look at these streets here in downtown warsaw, packed with people waiting to see president trump. president trump supporters showing up in droves. in the heart of
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sight of poland's uprising against the nazis, the president delivering an ominous warning, presenting a clash of civilizations between the west and what he called radical islamic terrorism. >> the fundamental question of our time is whether the west has the will to survive. do we have the confidence in our values to defend them at any cost? do we have enough respect for our citizens to protect our borders. do we have the desire and courage to preserve our civilization in the face of those who would subvert and destroy it. >> reporter: but in hamburg, protesters delivering a message of their own to the leaders of the world's most powerful countries. you are not welcome here. cecelia vega, abc news, hamburg, germany. president trump also addressed the crisis in north korea, pledging to confront the threat quote very strong lichl the
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their first successful launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile with a massive fireworks display. but president trump made clear north kae will face consequences, warning the punishment could be severe. >> i don't like to talk about what i have planned. but i have some pretty severe things that we're thinking about. that doesn't mean we're going to do them. i don't draw red lines. >> one of the most serious options is a preemptive military strike. more than two dozen inmates at a mexican prison are dead after a riot. police rushed to the scene in acapulco. it was a fight between rival gangs. some victims were stabbed and beaten to death. bodies were found throughout the prison. in june a report said many of mexico's prisons are unsafe, overcrowded and
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it is now one of mexico's most violent areas and a big center for drug production. ochbls the political violence continues in venezuela. anti-government protesters faced off against national guards men in caracas, a day after protesters stormed parliament and injured five opposition lawmakers. more than 100 soldiers have been arrested. they have been charged with treason. he has repeatedly warned against coup attempts on the government. there's new video of a deadly ambush attack on a new york city police officer. these are the first aimages. it shows the suspect, firing a fatal shot through the window. you can see
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the scene. he recented police. >> officer familia is dead for one reason and one reason only. that's alexander bonds and his hatred of the police. >> hundreds of nypd recruits were sworn in. this is officers and firefighters saluted while the ambulance carrying familia's body passed by. a memorial has also been set up outside the precinct where she worked. four young children and their father have been stabbed to death and the mother is charged with their murders. the 33-year-old woman is the one who called 911. a 9-year-old girl survived and is in serious condition. the family had just moved into the area a few months ago. neighbors are shocked. >> she seemed so good and happy, and she love her kids. i don't really know what happen. >> reporter: did he seem like a good mother? >> yeah, she was a good mother. definitely, she was a good mother. >> police say the woman is the
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not looking for anyone else. some reports say she may have been suffering from depression. neighbors say her father had recently died. and bill cosby's retrial on sexual assault charges is set for november 6, after more than 52 hours of deliberation, jurors were unable to reach a verdict in the first trial. the same judge is presiding over the second trial, and it will take place in the same courthouse outside of philadelphia. democratic attorneys general from 18 states are suing education secretary bettsy devo. the rules finalized by the obama administration were set to take effect july 1st. but devoss announced a delay saying they would be rewritten because they were flawed and unfair to students in school. the lawsuits accuse her of giving a pass to predatory schools. and jerry brown plans to host what he calls the global climate action
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francisco. he made the announcement in an online message saying the aim is to uphold the goals of the paris climate agreement. he said president trump's withdrawal of that deal doesn't mean he speaks for the rest of america. and as part of its efforts to fight climate change, the french government has laid out an ambitious goal, to stop the sale of all gas cars by 2040. summer is two weeks old and rising temperatures mean more time on the beach. >> this one's for you, nick. we have a cowan and a calf hangg out at the beach. getting shade under the parasol. >> they moved in after the people who put it there went in. they're waiting to kill again, obviously. that's what cows do. >> ferocious cows. >> that's what cow does, people. >> what would you do if you came back from a lovely swim in the ocean to find a cow
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>> scream like a 6-year-old girl and run back into the ocean. >> oh, yeah? >> that's what i would do. >> i think we have a prank in the works, ladies and gentlemen. coming up, why the summer's already shaping up to be a rough one on the nation's rails. what we're finding out about the latest one overnight in new york city. and how hot can your car really get in the hot summer sun? the eye-popping number you've got to see. and remember you can find us on facebook, wnnfans.com and on twitter. you are watching "world news now." so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan,
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got a vehicle in the woods, we don't know if it's occupied or anything, but they're saying there are flames coming from underneath the hood. >> we often bring you stories of good samaritans stepping in to help. this is decidedly not that. a sheriff's deputy in gainesville, georgia rescued a man from a burning
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the deputy asked bystanders to help him. and all you see on the dash cam is neighbors standing by. luckily, the officer did get the driver out of the car, the driver is recovering at the hospital. and new jersey transit officials warned this would be a summer of hell for travel to new york, and a derailment hours ago at penn station in new york is proof. it stopped trains in and out of manhattan overnight. many of the problems are due to overdue maintenance. and in milwaukee, power was knocked out for several hours last night. more than a dozen coal cars derailed. and we now know the cause of sunday's derailment south of seattle. the amtrak train was going too fast. the engineer's been suspended. and turning now to the summertime danger involving hot cars. we've reported many times before on the dangers of children and pets left inside cars during those hot summer months. >> but a new warning is shong
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us how hot cars can actually get and how quickly they can affect even healthy adults like abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: you're looking at officers in georgia working to free a dog stuck in a hot car. outside, it's 89 degrees. but inside the car? >> 167 on the front seat, buddy. >> reporter: a scorching 167 degrees. >> there's another one. >> reporter: they open the car and realize, there are two dogs. the owner charged with animal cruelty. these officers warning about the dangers of hot cars. this year alone, 18 children have died from heat in a hot car. we saw first hand how quickly a hot car can affect an adult body. in 30 minutes i went from 98.3 degrees to 105. >> 105. >> reporter: in a child, that can happen in less than ten minutes. but technology could save lives. from some newer cars to child car seats
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sensors. and there's now legislative push in congress to get that kind of technology in all new cars to prevent a deadly mistake. j gio benitez, abc news, new york. coming up, the push to silence soccer moms and dads in one state. they're told no cheering, not any jeering allowed on the sidelines. but first, a growing number of young people are snorting chocolate, raising a new alarm among parents and health experts. that's next. 1 i n 10 houses could get hit by an expensive septic disaster. but for only $7 a month, rid-x helps break down waste. avoid a septic disaster with rid-x.
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♪ chocolate pie so apparently a growing number people are going on a chocolate high, but it has nothing to do with eating chocolate. >> they're not mixing the powder into a smoothie. this stuff, they're snorting it. here's t.j. holmes. >> reporter: a new way to get a buzz from something that's inexpensive, widely available. perfectly legal and teens already love it. chocolate. a new chocolate-based product. coco loco is a powder that users can snort. >> it's basically crazy chocolate, because it's chocolate mixed with other things that creates a crazy effect. >> reporter: the product is actually actually a blend. it can lead to a feeling like ecstasy and give you motivation th
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dance the night away without a crash. >> anybody who just wants to party, dance and have a little extra energy, that's mostly our market. >> reporter: the chocolate-snorting craze first showed up in european nightclubs last year, but nick anderson, founder of legal lean is hoping to bring it to the u.s. party scene. >> i didn't consult with any medical professionals. i basically saw what was going on with europe. there was no health issues. it's been out two, three years, everybody seems fine. it's very popular. there's really no negative publicity, so i felt, we're good to go. >> reporter: but now many are wondering if it's safe. the fda isn't sure if it falls under its jurisdiction yet, telling abc news, the fda will need to evaluate the product labeling, marketing information and or any other information pertaining to the product's intended use. >> my favorite sound bite, i
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professionals, but it seems fine. >> since you're so cool with it, you want to -- >> you know, snorting? >> no. >> that's got marshmallows in it. one of those got stuck in my nostril. that wouldn't be cool. >> this is hot chocolate, not coco loco. >> you don't want marshmallows stuck in your nostrils. nobody's finding that cool. >> maybe you'll start a new trend. marshmallows are delicious. >> you know, apparently, more than one club in europe, it's become so popular they've stopped serving booze. people are doing this. >> oh, so if i, what if i serve it to you like this. now do you want it? >> i mean, no. that didn't help. >> keep that around for kendis. >> i don't really understand this. i mean, can chocolate be bad for you? you're ingesting it straight into, presumably you could overdose on it, i mean, you can overdose on an energy drink, right? or energy
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>> i mean, who knows. it's out there. it's legal, right, but our medical contributor did say when estimate laptss a stimulants are involved, you're elevating your heart rate and blood pressure.
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♪ all right, so we're going to start with a dutch reality tv show called "four hands on a belly." it's about people giving birth. >> oh. okay. >> all right? >> got it. >> you all right now? >> i thought it was a different kind of show. >> four hands on the belly. and it's not like business at birth, and to use an expression that millennials have given us that i hate, the father's reaction is everything. so let's watch. look at this guy. look at hell. he's not like oh, my god, this is the greatest moment of his life. but he's got it right.
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he knows he's not going to sleep for two years. he knows his life is no longer his own. >> he looks terrified. >> he and his girlfriend are going to argue in the middle of the night. >> he's moving further and further away, drifting into the corner. >> onto another family. you know this it's a boy, it's a girl sign? a family went all out with a billboard instead, first baby girl born to the family in 137 years. polka time! >> from rock wood music hall, phoebe hunt and the gathers. ♪ politics and foreign wars ♪ all the weather and the scores ♪ ♪ that's world news polka ♪ if you're an intomorrsomniac good night's sleep you lack ♪ ♪ do the world news polka. ♪ ♪ you're wake and not wearing pa
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♪ have some fun every guy and gal, do the world news polka ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ well, if you're up this late, you must be headed for the john ♪ ♪ but hold it one more minute while we get your polka on ♪ ♪ neighbors yell, it's half past 3:00 ♪ ♪ tell them, hey, that's news to me ♪ ♪ do the world news polka ♪ that's the world news polka ♪
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this morning on "world news now," president trump on the world stage, set to face vladimir putin. there's a big focus on their body language after some other handshakes are already making headlines. and even though u.s. senators are on recess, they're working back home and being confronted by angry constituents. some holding sit-ins at their offices. it's the latest backlash over the republican plan to repeal obamacare. soccer moms and dads silenced. >> cheering and jeering from the sidelines has been banned from one youth league, but are the supposed benefits to the players and coaches fair for the parents?

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