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understand that the president of france has deployed the military around the country and we also understand that france has closed its borders. the city of paris under siege tonight. let's go to some pictures as i bring you up to date on what's been happening there. paris again a city under siege. we are hearing that dozens of people may have been killed in multiple coordinated terrorist attacks. there are reports, some unconfirmed, of shootings, suicide attacks, grenades and various other explosions. there is also a report of at least 100 people being held hostage at a theater. the locations where these attacks took place are locations where hundreds gather on a friday night in france. explosions were heard outside of a stadium where a soccer game was taking place. that, the president of france was in attendance there. another attack happened at a barer in that stadium. we are also hearing about an
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attack at a shopping mall. this is one of the deadliest nights in the history of paris. president obama addressed the nation on the attacks tonight. this is some of what he had to say. heartbreaking situation and obviously those of us here in like. we've gone through these kinds of episodes ourselves. and when ever these kinds after tacks happened, we've always been able to count on the french people to stand with us. reporter: again just to bring you up to date on the breaking news, there have been multiple coordinated attacks in paris, france tonight. killed. the french military has been deployed around that country. and the city of paris, and france has closed its borders. of course we'll bring you up to date with anything new that comes into our newsroom. shelley walcott, wmur news 9. jennifer: thank you. also tonight, officials are trying to confirm whether the man shown in videos beheading two journalists with new hampshire ties is now dead.
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it's believed the isis leader known as jihadi john was killed during the u.s. drone strike in syria. wmur's jennifer crompton is live with reaction from foley's family, one of the journalists who was killed by jihadi john. reporter: well, james foley last visited his parents' home in row chester in the summer of 2012. he was taken hostage that fall and his parents very gracious two years later in their willingness to talk about his death at the hands of isis. and gracious again tonight, willing to talk about the apparent taking out of the man that killed him. they say it brings them little solace. >> it's just a somber time. the bombing in paris, and the bombing going on, continuing in syria. my fear is that this vital beget more violence. reporter: the parents of slain
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makes no difference that mohammed emwazi, joan as jihad ji john, may have been killed. >> i don't carive it's jihadi john, sam, james, he was a low level operative in the organization. reporter: joined by feelings of frustration over what they say as the government's misguided focus. >> if we would have spent as much time tracing jihadi john as we have in terms of bringing the british and american citizens home, the results would have been much different. reporter: and he implies that killing his son's killer may make him a martyr. >> i really don't want to talk about it, because it glorifies his existence, which facilitates potentially further recruitment. reporter: trying to keep focused
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still in captivity, we personally know several of them, one of them, austin tice, missing now more than two years. reporter: again they want to focus on jim's life and his legacy through the james foley foundation. that works to advocate for the release of hostages to advance the safety of journalists working abroad and to provide education for underprivileged youth. live in rochester, jennifer crompton, wmur news 9. jennifer: new hampshire senators ayotte and shaheen say the air strikes are necessary, and because of the foleys there will be more resources for families of hostages in the future. >> because of their advocacy in and the advocacy of other hostage families, the government now is doing things differently. they're going to provide more information to families, they're going to have a special fusion group that works with families throughout their ordeal. >> i want to say that we can't
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forget the extraordinary contributions of james foley as a brave journalist doing his job and showing the people of the world the broader nature of the terrorists and also those who are affected. reporter: to learn more about james foley's life as a journalist, visit wmur.com. also tonight, there are new details in the case of eve tarmey, the rochester teenager who was found dead of a fentanyl overdose in a motel room. her important and her mother's boyfriend appeared in front of a judge today, and according to court paperwork the boyfriend, mark ross, didn't call police right after discovering tarmey was dead. details. reporter: ross didn't have anything to say in court. but these documents detail what police say happened before they room. 17-year-old eve tarmey was found dead in a rochester motel room last month. court documents say she was staying there with her mother,
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jazzmyn rood, and her mother's boyfriend mark ross. those documents go onto stay tarmey, ross and another woman, leslie eberly, went to methuen, massachusetts to buy what they thought was hoirn. ross allegedly told investigators he bought two grams of heroin for $80. they were supposed to meet tarmey's boyfriend, but he never showed up. when they returned to the motel, court documents say tarmey was upset, so ross gave her what he down. toxicology results from eve tarmey's autopsy showed it was actually fentanyl that killed her, a pain medication 30 times more powerful than heroin. around 3:30 in the morning court documents say ross saw the teen slumped over in bed and knew she was dead, but instead of calling 911 the paperwork says ross spent an hour and a half cleaning up the motel room and disposing needles in a dumpster. at a press conference thursday, the rochester police chief stressed the need for enforcement in education. >> obviously the age of the
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is very concerning to me. this epidemic really has no boundaries. reporter: ross is charged with five felonies, one of them punishable by up to life in prison. tarmey's mother is charged with two felonies, each punishable up to seven years in prison. the third person charged in connection to the case, leslie eberly was arraigned in newburyport, massachusetts on a fugitive from justice charge today, she's held without bail. tom: attorneys for nathaniel kibby have a long list of requests for the judge in his kidnapping and sexual assault case. kibby facing 205 charges related to the 2013 disappearance of a young girl in conway. the defense has filed a total of 16 motions related to evidence, testimony, even the lead prosecutor. wmur's kristen carosa joins us with their arguments and how prosecutors are responding. reporter: tom, eleven of the 16
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have been released as well as eight objections or responses from the state. they will be taken up next week at three scheduled hearings in laconia. the defense in this case is asking the judge to recuse associate attorney general young, lead counsel for prosecuting nathaniel kibby's case citing that she's a possible conflict of interest. the defense says kibby threatened young during a recorded phone call to another person while at the carroll county house of corrections. the state says the matter was referred to the cheshire county attorney's office and the attorney general had no involvement. it also argues, quote, the state is unaware of even a single case that supports the conclusion that a threat directed by a defendant to a prosecutor warrants a disqualification of that prosecutor from an unrelated criminal matter involving the same defendant. the defense is also asking for a private review of written evidence they say they haven't been allowed to see. the state has provided more than 32,000 pages to the defense, but hundreds of those pages were
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blacked out. the state says kibby was notified those pages were being with held because they contain information about a pending investigation independent from the kidnapping and assault case. in other motions, the defense says pornography disks allegedly obtained from under kibby's home in goreham are not relevant to this case and should be thrown out. kibby's attorneys also want to suppress statements he allegedly made to new hampshire state trooper the day he was arrested, saying his miranda rights were violated. the state says kibby tried to start a conversation with the trooper as he was taken to conway and because this was not an interrogation kibby was not entitled to miranda warnings. again those are just some of the motions that have been filed by the defense. all 16 will be taken up this coming tuesday, wednesday and thursday during scheduled hearings out of belknap county superior court. year.
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still to come tonight, senator rand paul on the new hampshire primary ballot, and we find out what the presidential hopeful's hobbies are in candidate cafe. jennifer: we'll tell you how two store explerks a customer fought off a man suspected of stealing. mike: a bright and blustery saturday to kick off the weekend tomorrow with a few changes by sunday. the forecast is coming up. >> the long red line, a big meet tomorrow for the pinkerton cross
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the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as
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for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street funded by over a million tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. jennifer: getting another look at the breaking news out of paris tonight, police officials there are tell us that at least 35 people have been killed in
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have happened in multiple locations. we also have heard that about 100 people have been taken hostage at a theater as well. the president of france has deployed the military and closed the borders. this is still developing. we'll keep you posted with any new information. a man involved in a murder of an epsom police officers year ago is back in new hampshire now. tom: kevin paul was arrested in meation on charges of being a fugitive from justice, he's a suspect in a string of new hampshire burglaries and faces charges of receiving stolen property and being an armed career criminal. police say paul stood by as another man shot and killed epsom police officer jeremy charron back in 1997. paul will be arraigned monday in goffstown circuit court. jennifer: two store clerks and a good samaritan in manchester were able to hold a robbery suspect at bay until police arrived. william small allegedly tried to hide a bottle of wine under his coat before leaving the gulf express on main street.
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but a clerk confronted him. police say small pushed her and another clerk, and at one point a clerk fell to the ground, and then a good samaritan intervened, holding small until police got there. >> still plenty of of of great people that live the this city, and i think it's important for the viewers to know that this is a great city and things like this happen everywhere. jennifer: one of the clerks had minor injuries, small was taken into custody charged with robbery. police say the charge was elevated because he used force. tom: lots of sunshine today. mike: yes, and gusty winds, and they continue out of the
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tom: in commitment 2016, republican presidential hopeful rand paul is the latest candidate to file for the new hampshire primary. jennifer: senator paul spoke about the merits of early contest states in the selection process. >> i think that folks in new hampshire would be very quick to tell you that they want to know a lot about the candidates before they decide, and that's one of the beauty of having the presidential primary begin in a smaller state. jennifer: senator paul then had lunch with voters at wmur's candidate cafe. josh mcelveen tells us what the senator does in his free time. >> one thing i do like about campaigning is i usually just wear my jeans and my boots.
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but today i thought i had to win some votes so i got dressed up. reporter: site was a sharp dressed senator at the table on friday, but it wasn't the title these voardz were interested. >> how did you get your name? >> i was randall, i was randy as a kid. and my wife said you're too big to be randy, now you're going to be rand. as long as she'll stay married to me, i'll do what i'm told. beauty? >> well, mine is, i married up, as they say. but i think i wooed her with something else, some kind of charm, either that or she had a vision problem. reporter: before marriage and three sons paul grew upton a ranch in texas, there were horses, of course, but apparently they weren't ridden much. >> you know how the live oak trees in the south are really low limbs that come almost to the ground? they would run you under the limbs to try to knock you off.
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none of us really excelled at horse riding and after that i didn't have a great love for getting horses when i could. reporter: paul enjoys the simple pleasures of reefing and the occasional movie. he runs on a treadmill to relax and while he is a doctor, his job in washington reduces that to more of a hobby. >> the rules of the senate are such that they tell me i cannot practice medicine for money. last year they had a detached retina, so they sent me down to washington. >> he heard i couldn't charge anyone? reporter: another example of how new hampshire voters pay attention. josh mcelveen, wmur news 9. mike: a fair amount of sunshine for a time today, clouds building in through the afternoon. right now those clouds are northern new hampshire. the winds very active as well. that's driving in some colder air just off to our west and eventually that colder air makes
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so that will do a couple of things, one drop the temperature of course, secondly it's going to change rain showers over to snow showers in the great north woods and heart of the white mountains as we go through the night. notice back to the west more showers, they continue to build in. again the best threat for those due to a west to northwesterly wind will be up across the mountains and the higher terrain in the great north woods. in central, southern new hampshire that wind tends to be a drying air flow for us and that will tend to dry out the showers as we go through the balance of the night. winds again very active out of the west, temperatures running a little above the average today, but with those winds turning around to the northwest and still maintaining these speeds right now, and continuing overnight, we're going to see a much colder air mass by early tomorrow morning. now temperatures still run a little above the average, but certainly just cold enough to change rain over to snow in parts of northern new hampshire. a lot of cold air bank told our north and west, this is ours for saturday. slightly milder air will build back in as we go into sunday. by then a little bit more sun
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tomorrow will be south of the white mountains. rain showers change over to snow, could be a coating to an inch or two by tomorrow morning, most of that lining up across the heart of the white mountains in the higher terrain. for tonight, mixed showers changing to snow up north. clearing skies in southern new hampshire by morning. your weekend, bright and blustery for saturday, bright and breezy on sunday, and a fairly good start to next week. >> new england cross country
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protect your belongings. let geico help you with renters insurance. >> the college basketball season begins in durham tonight, women playing colby sawyer right now. take a look at the boys teams from new hampshire that have won new england cross country championships. in the 80 years of the race only 10 have prevailed. there they are right there. four from concord, three from londonderry, one each from memorial central and keene. the 81st championships take place tomorrow. the new hampshire boys champs looking for their first ever title. the astros have finished as runner ups four times. coach clark thinks the team might win this year. >> we are really excited about it coming into the d1's this year. seeing how our front group was so competitive, five in the top 10. then to go into the champions
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and miss the state record by one second, i think we can give lasalle academy out of rhode island a run for their money, and the rangings just came out, they're 14th in the nation and we've got a shot. >> it will be gutsy and hard but it will be worth it in the end. >> we've been preparing for this the entire season, the entire squad, so it's going to be fun. >> we'll have friday night football playoff previews with jason king tonight. the monarchs are home, the celtics are home, that's tonight. jean: before we go another look at the breaking news we've been following out of paris, french police confirming there have been two suicide attacks as well as a bombing near a stadium in paris. dozens have been killed, at least 100 taken hostage. the french president saying he's declaring a state of emergency, has also closed the country's borders. tom: abc world muse tonight will follow this story, they're coming up next. we'll see you tonight at 11:00.
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the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over a million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future
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