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Dec 5, 2016 12:00am PST
. >>> and on the attack. donald trump launches a fresh twitter assault on china just days after a diplomatic breach on taiwan. >>> welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm cyril vanier. >> i'm rosemary church. this is "cnn newsroom." >>> populism has been on the rise in european politics and its supporters are declaring victory in italy. prime minister mateo renzi was on the losing end, and he is preparing to leave office now. >> the populism movement suffered a setback in austria. voters rejected a far-right candidate electing a pro-eu veteran instead. >>> let's start in italy with the prime minister's position up for grabs. the country is at a political crossroads. mateo renzi says he will formally resign in the coming hours. >> he promised he would step down if he lost this weekend's constitutional referendum which he did, and by a wide margin. however, renzi seemed gracious in defeat. >> translator: i would like to thank my colleagues for this extraordinary adventure. together and the president of the republic will have a meeting with me, and i wil
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Apr 3, 2017 12:00am PDT
>>> from donald trump, he says, you'll deal with north korea with or without china's help. how that statement might go over when he neemeets the chinese president later this week. >>> jared kushner is in iraq right now, it's not clear why he's there. >> and in columbia, a town in grief after more than 200 people die in mud slides, while the search continues for dozens still missing. live for cnn world headquarters in atlanta. welcome to our viewers here in the united states and around the world. >> this is "cnn newsroom." >> donald trump says the u.s. is ready to deal with north korea's nuclear threats with or without china's help. just days before mr. trump is set to meet in florida with china's president. >> in a new interview, president trump told the financial times, said they'll either decide to help us or they won't. if they don't that will be for china. if they don't it won't be good for anyone. >> earlier cnn spoke with one of the journalist who interviewed mr. trump. >> it's difficult to tell with donald trump, he's certain he has some of thiz stancontrovers stances on chin
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Jan 15, 2017 11:00pm PST
and surprising promises about obamacare. >>> plus, some push back. china steps up its criticisms on it trade, calling him an amateur and super arrogant. >>> welcome to our viewers here in the united states and all around the world. i'm rosemary church. >> and i'm george howell. newsroom starts right now. >>> it is 2:00 a.m. on the u.s. east coast. we begin in kyrgyzstan. a jet crashed in a village and killed 37 people. we know children were killed as well. it crashed near the country's main airport. >> this video shows the crash site. and you can see some of the debris there, as well as rescuers on the scene. >> following this story, cnn's ian lee is live in istanbul turkey, gathering details, what more do we know at this point when that plane and what might have caused this crash? >> reporter: well, george, when you look at the pictures of the wreckage, you can see that there was heavy fog at the time, and that could have played a role in the crash. something investigators are going to be looking into. this was a boeing 747, operated by act, which is a turkish cargo company crashin
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Sep 2, 2015 10:00pm PDT
>>> crowded and hungry thousands of migrants seeking passage to germany stuck in limbo. >>> china marks the anniversary by showing off its military might. >>> iran nuclear deal clears a political hurdle in the u.s. we will look at the pros and cons. hello, everybody. welcome our viewers if the united states and around the world. great to have you with us. i'm john vause. the second hour of "cnn newsroom" begins right now. >> hundreds of migrants spend another night outside of the main train station in paid pest. the scene outside of that train station, there are police lined up in front of the station preventing those migrants from actually boarding the trains. the migrants are hoping to leave hungary for western europe. but so far many are going nowhere. it is 7:00 in the morning in budapest, hungary right now. protests on wednesday were peaceful. several migrants were detained by police. a government spokesperson insists the they must be documented before they are allowed to leave. >> until we are able to establish identity we simply don't know who they are. they are illegal mig
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Mar 18, 2017 1:00am PDT
in beijing. he says it's time to get tough with north korea and he's looking for china's cooperation. >>> 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" starts right now. it is 4:00 a.m. on the east coast, the u.s. president wrapping up a busy day. his unsubstantiated claim that he was wire tapped took center stage. u.s. justice department delivered a classified report to congress and two familiar with the report say that it does not back up the president's claim and still the president refused to drop the issue even standing next to the german chancellor angela merkel in a news conference talking about it. jeff zeleny explains to us. >> reporter: president trump did not back down from his explosive and unproven claims that president obama wiretapped him  at trump tower. >> as far as wiretapping, i guess by this past administration, at least we have something in common perhaps. >> reporter: meeting with angela merkel, the president reported past reports that merkel's phone h
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Jan 6, 2016 9:00pm PST
the world. and so certainly investors here in china are paying attention to what's going on in north korea. and what will continue to happen over the next several days. but you could also look into what's gong on with the diplomatic tensions between saudi arabia and iran. you could look at the oil prices being the lowest they've been in 12 years. and you could even look at what the world bank has said recently. it cut global growth forecasts for the third year in a row. so all of this kind of uncertainty around the world coupled with what we're seeing with the chinese southern devalue has proved very rough for chinese markets. >> matt rivers in beijing, thank you. we'll turn now to north korea's claim of testing a hydrogen bomb. and right now, the focus on what it may have detonated if it wasn't an h-bomb. the white house says initial analysis has not been consistent with north korea's claims. still some experts say it's possible pyongyang detonated a boosted weapon, which would have had a hydrogen element. meanwhile, world leaders continue to condemn north korea. u.s. lawmakers are
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Dec 18, 2016 2:00am PST
aleppo wait to be evacuated. >> let them keep it. u.s. president-elect donald trump says to china. >>> company icy rain makes skating rinks of major u.s. highways. the forecast and how much ice is accumulating. we'll get that from sara maginnis. we're live here and in atlanta. welcome to our viewers around the world and in the united states. welcome to "cnn newsroom." i'm natalie allen. >> we begin with the horror in aleppo. thousands trapped in eastern aleppo. still trapped, hope a new evacuation deal could save their lives. civilians there are starving and afraid. and somehow they're existing in freezing temperatures. reuters is reporting the syrian government has confirmed the evacuation deal but that doesn't mean it will hold. just on friday, the last vac wapgss were suspended. the new deal, well it's more complicated. syria and its ally, iran, want the two towns on the lower left of this map to also be evacuated. those towns are near idlip city and have been besieged by rebels. across the world people are protesting the atrocities. thousands in turkey near the syrian border d
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Dec 3, 2016 1:00am PST
>>> the phone call that china calls a little trick. donald trump speaks with taiwan's president, breaking decades of diplomatic protocol. >>> the somber return. brazil preparing to receive the remains of victims of the colombia plane crash. >>> two major votes loom over europe. italy and austria prepare for ballots that could shift the political order. >>> live 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" starts right now. >>> 4:00 a.m. on the u.s. east coast. the president-elect trump broke nearly 40 years of protocol by taking time to talk with the leader of taiwan on friday, and now china is reacting. not pleased with what happened. trump has said that taiwan's president called him, and now we are hearing from china's foreign minister calling the ten-minute chat "a shenanigan" by taiwan. important to bear in mind china considers taiwan to be part of a renegade province and opposes official contact. cnn with more on the call and its possible fallout. >> reporter: it's a stunnin
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Sep 1, 2015 9:00pm PDT
newsroom. when we come back, bad economic reports from china led to a brutal day on wall street and the markets are down once again in asia. we will try to work out what is behind this vicious cycle. ♪ irresistible moments deserve irresistibles treats. new from meow mix with real salmon chicken or tuna. the only treat cats ask for by name. ...is as easy as it gets. wouldn't it be great if hiring plumbers, carpenters and even piano tuners... were just as simple? thanks to angie's list, now it is. start shopping online... ...from a list of top rated providers. visit angieslist.com today. if an electric toothbrush was going to clean better than a manual. he said sure... but don't get just any one. get one inspired by dentists. with a round brush head. go pro with oral-b. oral-b's rounded brush head cups your teeth to break up plaque, and rotates to sweep it away. and oral-b delivers a clinically proven superior clean vs. sonicare diamond clean. my mouth feels super clean. oral-b. know you're getting a superior clean. i'm never going back to a manual brush. >>> welcome back, everybody. tr
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Jul 4, 2017 12:00am PDT
up with this much longer. perhaps china will put a heavy move on north korea and ends this nonsense once and for all. cnn is following this developing story with our correspondents in the region. paula hon cox in sole. and from tokyo and andrew stevens is in hong kong. but paula, first to you. take us through the vital statistics here on what we know. >> well, max, north korea has claimed it has a successful test of an icbm, an international continental ballistic missile. there was an announcement a half hour ago. th triumphantly by a news anchor say that the order for this test came directly from the north korean leader kim jong un, and he was at the test site as well when it was tested. we did see on north korean television a photo of the north korean leader signing something. we assumed that was the test order. that's something we have seen north korea do in the past as welsh and then showing an image of his signature. it also says that it was conducted at 9:00 a.m. pyongyang time. so that's about four and a half hours ago. now the missile traveled for 39 minutes for just over 93
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Feb 17, 2016 12:00am PST
critics claim. >>> beijing adding to tensions in the south china sea by deploying missiles to an island in disputed waters. >>> and doctor sanjay gupta's exclusive report on the first american patient to contract the zika virus. hello and welcome to our viewers here in the united states and all around the world. i'm rosemary church. this is "cnn newsroom." with the south carolina republican primary just days away, the presidential candidates' attacks on each other are intensifying. they've called each other liars and questioned each other's accomplishments. and as they battle for votes, president barack obama offered an unusually candid prediction of donald trump's chances of winning the white house. >> i continue to believe mr. trump will not be president, and the reason is because i have a lot of faith in the american people. i think they recognize that being president is a serious job. it's not hosting a talk show or a reality show. it's not promotion. it's not marketing. it's hard. and a lot of people count on us getting it right. >> this man has done such a bad job. he has set us b
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Jan 19, 2016 12:00am PST
. >>> china's economy is growing but at its weakest rate in 25 years. gdp for 2015 came in at 6.9%. in the asia pacific market. the nikkei finished up half a percent. the shanghai composite gained more than 3%. australia added nearly 1 % there. >> let's bring in andrea stevens live in hong kong for us. china's economic numbers today matched almost perfectly what was predicted. there's always a bit of suspicious surrounding from china says about its economy, but the regional market reaction is all in the green. why is that? >> i think that's the point. it's in the green. >> reporter: watch what the market does and not what people say. investors have taken these numbers from china. you point out it's the slowest growth for 25 years. they're taking it as a positive. it's all relative. you don't have to go too far when the word was waiting to see what the numbers were, fearing the worst, fearing that china would have been on the edge of an abyss because there was an unusual devaluation of the currency. the stock market was doing crazy the government was doing heavy-handed interversion and
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Sep 21, 2015 9:00pm PDT
pleasure. >>> china's president will be in the u.s. in a few hours from now for some meetings and an official state visit. coming up next, why his trip has stirred controversy and why his first stop is not the white house. we're back in a moment. americans. we're living longer than ever. as we age, certain nutrients... ...become especially important. from the makers of one a day fifty-plus. new one a day proactive sixty-five plus. with high potency vitamin b12... ...and more vitamin d. (man) hmm. ♪hat do you think? (stranger) good mornin'! ♪ (store p.a.) attention shoppers, there's a lost couple in the men's department. (vo) there's a great big un-khaki world out there. explore it in a subaru crosstrek. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. rickie fowquicken loansning what is doing the same for mortgages. quicken loans. home buy. refi. power. official mortgage sponsor of the pga tour. ♪ hp instant ink can save you up to 50% on ink delivered to your door ...so print all you want and never run out. plans start at $2.99 a month. ♪ the most affordable way to print. hp instant
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May 22, 2016 11:00pm PDT
. pea peacekeeping operations. we also exchanged views on recent developments in the south china sea. we reiterated continue cooperation on addressing climate change and sustainable use of the mekong water resources. we believe in robust growth in u.s./vietnam relations not only bring about benefits for each country but also contribute to peace, civility, cooperation and development in the asian-pacific and the world, and the asean-u.s. relationships as well. i want to thank president obama personally, the american leadership and people and american friends for their good will and significant contributions to the normalization and the continued development of the vietnam-u.s. relations. i wish president obama and the members of your delegation a successful visit to vietnam, fond memories of our country, culture, and hospitality of the vietnamese people. once again, thank you very much for the presence of american and vietnamese press and media here today. thank you very much. >> good afternoon. thank you, president, for your generous words and let me thank you and the government and
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Apr 16, 2017 12:43am PDT
for now. the fact that china may be able to take action, that parade may be the show of force. clearly, it wasn't. now, the question comes, since it was a failure, will kim jong-un try again. do people in north korea know about it? the answer is know. it will not be reported in korean state media. they don't report atheir test unless they're successful and there's a propaganda value of telling the north korea people about it. >> about the military parade you witnessed on saturday, can you explain why from the north korean point of view, these demonstrations are so important? and what is it like to be an eyewitness, standing there next to the military machines and the thousands and thousands of soldiers and supporters as they march past. >> i know you've experienced this firsthand, ivan. it is something very special to north korea. but china's military parade is also an impressive spectacle. but north korea has the military parades down. they do it almost better than anywhere else in the world, in terms of just the precision, the involvement of the citizens, citizens of pyongya
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Aug 12, 2015 10:00pm PDT
will keep you updated and bring you more information as it comes in. >>> in the meantime, to china where emergency crews are suspending their efforts to put out a raging chemical fire in the city of tianjin, at least for now. officials say they need to learn more about exactly which smalls they are dealing with here. to update you, a massive explosion at a warehouse overnight set off a series of blasts. at least 170 are dead including nine firefighters. meantime, though, hundreds are injured. >>> state of emergency is in effect. take a look at this. this is the scene a short time ago. that's the thick black smoke billowing in to the air. we know it is 13 hours since these explosions rocked the city of tianjin, a city of 10 million people. not far from the capital beijing. explosions so powerful that homes and buildings, entire neighborhoods were in fact set on fire. it's been reported that the blasts were actually spotted from outer space by a japanese weather satellite. in some cases, they were recorded as earthquakes, these blasts were so power ful. about the same power as 21 ton
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May 14, 2017 11:00pm PDT
colleagues anna asks him about china's influence. >> china has either little influence or a lot. they have a little influence if they're going to try to use small means to influence. china has been on board with a number of u.s. sanctions, there are people who say they should do more. china strategically believes it's better off with a hostile nuclear arm with the po pencely. so he could have a huge amount of influence, if china were to say to the north koreans, we don't want you to have nuclear weapons and we're going to use all the means at our disposal, including cutting off, aid, trade, food, energy, to the point they'll come to believe that the regime is more capable of surviving without them than it is with them. right now, the kim family and the regime believe they're better off with nuclear weapons than without. until that changes, we'll see much more of the same. >> profes sore of political science a t the international university. he joins us now in south korea. thank you so much for being a witness. so north korea has declared its latest ballistic missile test a success. so
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Feb 16, 2016 9:00pm PST
. >>> officials at the pentagaltt tell cnn china has deployed surface to air missiles. senior international correspondent live. >> reporter: john, that's right. so let's go to this area. these are the islands in the south china sea. there are disputes over who owns them. the island we're talking about is woody island where taiwan tells us china has deployed surface-to-air missiles. china has had a military presence here for more than a half century and yet some are interpreting this as quite a provocation and why? because as we speak, president obama has been hosting leaders of the 12 nation group. these are southeast asian nations in california. the white house has been pushing a message hard. it's been arguing for all countries in the region to follow international norms no matter how large or small and arguing against militarization of disputed islands in this region. of particular concern is another set of islands with which china and the philippines claim and in particular the u.s. and some of these smaller countries have been looking with concern at really ambitious man-
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Jan 6, 2016 11:30pm PST
united states, china, south korea, japan, to get sanctions relief and other things to preserve their regime. >> reporter: a u.s. official says this test could be an parent ramp up to the highly anticipated congress of the korean worker's party in may. north korea hasn't held such an event for 36 years. at that gathering of the elites, kim is expected to consolidate his rule, shift more power from the military to himself. experts believe kim's flexing his nuclear muscles now because the internal threats he faces are constant. >> he has to be more fearful every morning he wakes up that he won't get a bullet in his head. there are general officers inside north korea who can't mobilize against him, but if they had an opportunity to take him out in the future, i think he can't rest peacefully. >> reporter: if kim delivers a nuclear weapon, is he dangerous enough, unstable enough to actually use it? most analysts believe kim would not launch a nuclear weapon just to provoke but could if he's desperate, or if there's another standoff like the one last summer he could miscalculate. >> and ph
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Apr 30, 2017 1:00am PDT
issues as well, particularly on china. his language on china so different than during the campaign. and he explained exactly why he now says china may not be a currency manipulator. >> and i think it's not exactly the right time to call china a currency manipulator right now. do we agree with that? >> reporter: the president also said he will decide within the next two weeks whether to pull out of the paris climate agreement. of course, this was the accord reached during the obama administration about climate change. he's being advised by some of his officials inside the west wing to withdraw from this. others say he should stick with it. now, this is one of the big decisions, as he said, that's facing him going forward in the next chapter of his presidency. so many more decisions as well, as well as some legislative accomplishments like health care and other matters he has yet to achieve during his first 100 days. jeff zelany, cnn, harrisburg, pennsylvania. >> thank you for the report. before going on stage at the rally in pennsylvania, the president added on to his list of execut
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Apr 2, 2017 11:00pm PDT
>> an ultimatum, u.s. president trump says if china doesn't act, the u.s. will deal with north korea on return. >> a desperate search for survivors after landslides killed more than 200 people. >> and taking a turn for the worse as the kremlin calls pentagon comments absurd. hello, welcome, happy to be with you here. i'm rosemary church. >> i'm george howell from cnn world headquarters newsroom starts right now. >> it's 2:00 a.m. on u.s. east coast. the united states president is demanding that china do more to solve more korea's nuclear's threats with a new ultimatum just days before mr. trump is set to meet with the president of china at his resort. >> president trump told the financial times in a quoting here, china will either decide to help us with north korea, or they weren't. if they do, they will be very good for china and if they don't, it won't be good for anyone. mr. trump also said "if china is not going to solve north korea, we will". >> earlier, cnn spoke with the washington bureau chief of the financial times presented mr. trump wouldn't be more specific on exact
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Jul 31, 2017 11:00pm PDT
. >>> president trump has repeatedly pointed to china as the solution to the north korean threat but beijing is pushing back. erent. it's nice to remove artificial ingredients. kind never had to. we choose real ingredients like almonds, peanuts and a drizzle of dark chocolate. give kind a try. ♪ when this bell rings... ...it starts a chain reaction... ...that's heard throughout the connected business world. at&t network security helps protect business, from the largest financial markets to the smallest transactions, by sensing cyber-attacks in near real time and automatically deploying countermeasures. keeping the world of business connected and protected. that's the power of and. booking a flight doesn't have to be expensive. just go to priceline. it's the best place to book a flight a few days before my trip and still save up to 40%. just tap and go. and while i'm gone i can even check on my baby with this doggie cam. oh jack, you're such a good boy. no, jack, what are you doing? bad dog! and if you need to get back home, like right now, priceline has you covered. and still have dry eye sym
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Nov 30, 2015 11:30pm PST
the slieclimb summit, china is strugling with hazardous levels of air pollution. you're authorities raised the smog alert to the second highest level on sunday. it's so thick. i want to get more on that and what's becoming the worst stretch of smog in years in china for years. pedram javaheri joins us. it's extraordinary. when you look at that, it's so thick you can hardly see the buildin buildings through it, and the timing extraordinary, at the same time we know china's leader is there in paris trying to work on this agreement to cut carbon emissions. >> absolutely. it's ironic what's happening when it comes to the severity of this taking place. look at some of these images, and people see them and wonder how someone can live in this type of environment where the air quality is ten to 20 times higher than what is considered fit to breathe in this part of the world. in parts of the united states, air quality was this poor four or five decades ago. in los angeles, up until the 1950s and 1960s, they had some of the dirtiest air in our planet. then we had the clean air fact. and in 19
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Jun 22, 2015 10:00pm PDT
accusations from the united states which are blaming china for a government security breach that could affect at least 18 million current, former and prospective federal employees. let's bring in david mckinzie live in beijing with more on this. they will raise the issue of hacking by china in very direct terms. what's the likely reaction then from chinese officials? >> reporter: well, john the public reaction from china has been steady through the months and in fact years of accusations of hacking, even before this massive hack apparently u.s. officials blame on china. and their response has always been the same that they are a victim of hacking, that they are not a state sponsor of cybercrime and cyber espionage in this way, and also in this case saying that the accusation have been irresponsible and counter-productive. who knows what goes into the private meetings between the two sides, but certainly publicly, it's unlikely china will soften its stance on this issue. >> why would the u.s. be so reluctant to publicly blame beijing for this cyber breach? because everybody else is. >>
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Jul 3, 2017 11:00pm PDT
. perhaps china will put a heavy move on north korea and end this none sense once and for all. that from the u.s. president on twitter. cnn following this developing story with our correspondents throughout the region. paula hancocks is in seoul. andrew stevens is in hong kong. paula lest start with you. you were hearing word about this announcement from north korea following this launch. what more have you heard? >> well, michael that announcement is expected at half past 3:00 local time, so half appear hour from now. major announcement from north korea has reported on pyongyang radio. bigger announcement that have been highlighted ahead of time in north korea has been for the likes of nuclear tests or a satellite launch for example, the end of last year, a death of the leader that are significant usually when north korea announce these major announcements. what we're hearing from the south korean president, he said the military here in south korea says this is a possible that what north korea fired this morning was an icbm. this would be significant as this is what concerns washington
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Jan 9, 2016 1:00am PST
foreign minister spoke with his chinese counterpart. china is north korea's only real ally and has reaffirmed its opposition to pyongyang's nuclear test. >>> for several days, north korea has been celebrating its test. cnn is the only u.s. broadcaster reporting from inside the country. our reporter will ripley joins us from pyongyang. north korea has just aired what it says is a test run of a submarine-launched missile. we know one u.s. think tank claims to have some satellite images which seem to support that, but there is skepticism. >> reporter: yeah. and that skepticism was raised primarily from the south koreans who often try to dispute north korea's claim when they make a military announcement. for example, the nuclear test, south korea was one of the countries along with china and the u.s. who tried to detect a change in radiation levels which they haven't found so far. in this case, what south korean media have been saying is that it looks like images that north korea released of the submarine-launched missile may have been edited clips of video from previous attempts at su
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Jan 10, 2016 1:00am PST
the first pla place. >> absolutely. paula, china is a key trading partner with north korea. what sort of pressure can china put on north korea? >> reporter: well, most think that it's fairly limited given the fact that the relationship between north korea and china is nothing like it used to be when kim jong un's father was in charge. certainly the relationship was far better. he went and visited beijing and it was a much stronger alliance between the two countries. it's suffered since kim jong un took control. by all reports, the chinese weren't even warned before the nuclear test took place. that has not happened before. certainly, it is an expectation that this would anger the president and embarrasses the regime in china. they didn't know this was going to happen. we have heard from beijing they're calling for the denuclearizing of the peninsula. they're not condoning this test by any stretch of the imagine mags. observers imagine that they will supporting sanctions within the united nations as they have in the past. the question is whether the sanctions have any bite, whether or
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Feb 19, 2017 1:00am PST
u.s. says an aircraft carrier, south of the china sea. >> we will show you how china is reacting. >> live from atlanta to viewers across the united states and around the world, this is "cnn newsroom." and my life is basketball.west, but that doesn't stop my afib from leaving me at a higher risk of stroke. that'd be devastating. i took warfarin for over 15 years. until i learned more about once-daily xarelto®... a latest-generation blood thinner. then i made the switch. xarelto® significantly lowers the risk of stroke in people with afib not caused by a heart valve problem. it has similar effectiveness to warfarin. warfarin interferes with vitamin k and at least six blood-clotting factors. xarelto® is selective. targeting one critical factor of your body's natural clotting function. for people with afib currently well-managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how xarelto® and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. like all blood thinners, don't stop taking xarelto® without talking to your doctor, as this may increase your risk of a blood clot or stroke. w
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Dec 27, 2015 11:03pm PST
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Jul 8, 2017 2:00am PDT
with chinese president xi jinping. mr. trump may push china to push china hana to rein in. >>> and president putin is expected to get questions about his meeting with mr. trump on president. let's bring in our international representative nic robertson live in hamburg. so what happened in that meeting? there are no cameras there, we'll never know exactly what was said. we do know that both sides said it was positive. we know there were conflicting statements on the russia meddling issue. we'll get into that later with ivan watson, but on the whole, the optics of this meeting? >> reporter: the optics of the meeting that it was productive. it that was certainly the way secretary of state rex tillerson came out and explained to reporters on an off-camera, but on-air briefing. he said, as far as the issue, the question of meddling went, it became clear that that was sort of an impasse with president putin, that they weren't going to make any headway. he said that it's become very clear early on in the meeting, that the two leaders were -- were getting on well. but they decided presiden
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Dec 4, 2016 11:00pm PST
policy after the president elect launches a fresh twitter assault on china. hello and welcome to our viewers here in the united states and all around the world. i'm rosemary church. >> and you're watching cnn news room. >>> we have a busy hour ahead. first with that vote in italy. the prime minister losing a constitutional referendum in a landsli landslide. >> supporters of european populism see it as a big win, but the populist movement was shot down in austria, voters rejecting a far right candidate in their election. >> we are reporters covering these big political developments for us. we'll get to them in a moment. let's start now in italy. one woman helped to narrow the signs of italy's senate. instead it was a loss. about 60% of voters went against him. >> now the country faces an uncertain future, but the prime minister sent well wishes to those who opposed him. >> translator: the no vote won in a convincing manner. i send my congratulations to the leaders of the no campaign. i hope they work well in the interest of our country, italy and italians. >> cnn money editor joins us
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Oct 22, 2016 2:00am PDT
. i'm here with meteorologist derek van dam to talk about this typhoon that slammed into eastern china and continues to move inland. this is a serious situation. >> it began in the philippines as a category 4 and then slammed into china as a category 1. but it created a monstrous scene there, which you'll see with this video coming up. there have been 22 named storms so far this season in the western pacific. the season lasts basically from may to october and over 7 billion u.s. dollars in damages from these 22 collective storms. and here is one of them. typhoon heima making landfall in the guangdong province. coming up over the costal barrier and those cranes getting whipped around ferociously. look at this, as well, the image behind me. if you've traveled to hong kong, you know this is a scare sight to see. very few pedestrians, very few cars traversing the roadways on friday in the central business district. it looks like that's good news because people really did heed the warnings ahead of typhoon haima. that versed the south china sea before making its second landfall as a strong
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campaign trail, he called eight hoax that's been cooked up by china. now his staff, none of them will own the words with him. what do you make of this? >> well, if you remember his remarks, when he announced this historic and upsetting decision for so many people. he didn't focus on what the issue of science, it's very much about america got getting the kind of deal for dealing with the environment that he feels that the united states should have. he put it very much us, the rest of the world you, the us versus them. he talked pa lot about jobs and the importance of securing exactly the right kind of deal. but he didn't really go into climate science. he is seeming to walk away from this. he says he will renegotiate. remember this is not a deal there is a multilateral deal. you can't go negotiate with any ought countries. we seen from the europeans and the japanese, there is no good will for re-negotiating, if it were possible. what we are seeing is tremendous momentum out of the private sector. michael bloomberg is leading governors, mayor, corporate, to push forward with meeting the emi
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Aug 23, 2015 11:00pm PDT
began last week over fears of china's slowing economy is still going strong. >> let's take a look at the numbers live as they come into us now. the asx, the nikkei, the hang seng and shanghai composite all suffering heavy losses. the shanghai composite down more than 6 percentage points. >> let's go to andrew stevens who joins us live from hong kong. the numbers are not look good for china. the shanghai composite was down at one point nearly 9%. if you say, losing 6% is a little better. but many analysts are asking why china didn't step in over the weekend and stop the market from falling? why didn't it? any explanation there? and what's china's options once it does take action? >> what we might be seeing right now is the chinese authorities stepping in and taking the edges off those massive falls today. as you point out, at one saint, the shanghai composite was down 9%. it's now down under 6%. and that would suggest that the government is very active in buying. i don't think this is people looking for bargains. i think this is government-led. and the government did at the weekend sa
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Aug 11, 2015 10:00pm PDT
, though, have been xena phobic. he talks about mexicans being a threat, about china doing things to compete with the u.s. some of his recent commentary has been judgmental towards women and minorities. what does it say about the republican party that that rhetoric strikes a chord to the point where he is now the most popular candidate? >> we need to remember, there are 17 candidates in this field that. is why donald trump is on top. remember, he only has a fifth to a quarter of republicans. the more republicans that drop out, and there will be many dropping out before the first voting takes place in iowa in february, the more candidates drop out the worst donald trump is will do relative to the others. i think he has hit his ceiling. he is at 20 to 25%. he has such high negatives with just about everybody else that he has no room to grow. >> on the flip side, the leading democratic contender hillary clinton made a move earlier to give her private computer server to the feds reversing an earlier decision. you talk about leadership qualities. by giving over the server, what does that
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Feb 28, 2016 12:00am PST
. from outward appearances, 21-year-old iman and her friend china are doing well for themselves. >> you will never catch me driving a beat-up car. i want to put a designer on my face, gucci, versace. >> on the weekends, they drive six hours to cash in on a once a year business opportunity. at first glance, myrtle beach is exactly what it sounds like, a beach town. but every spring, millions of men flock here for the three-month-long golf season. there are apparently over 100 golf courses here. and where there are loads of golf courses there will be throngs of men. and where there are throngs of men, there will inevitably be throngs of strippers. tucked amongst the tourist shops and restaurants are more than a dozen gentlemen's clubs. one of the most famous, the dollhouse, has been a fixture in myrtle beach for over 20 years. how are you tonight? >> good, thank you. >> so tell me about this place, the dollhouse. >> the managing partner wants to get something straight right up front. >> we're not a strip joint. there's a vast difference. >> what's the difference? >> gentlemen's cl
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Jan 15, 2017 1:00am PST
for your time. >>> also, on the international stage, china is responding sharply to donald trump's suggestions that he might change the one china policy once in the white house. that is a long standing policy that means the united states recognizes relations with china and not with taiwan, which beijing considers to be a breakaway province. a spokesperson for china's foreign ministry said, quote, there is only one china in the world. taiwan is an inseparable part of chinese territory and the people's republic of china is the sole legitimate government regarding china. these are facts recognized by the international community and no one can change this. >> with regards to the president-elect's feelings thinking about russia, he says he is open to that nation seeing how it can have sanctions lifted, u.s. sanctions. he has indicated he is open about getting rid of those sanctions and he would be fine with meeting with the russian president, vladmir putin, after taking office. matthew chance is following the story live in moscow. the simple fact that president-elect trump is willing to
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Jul 9, 2015 11:00pm PDT
, china's markets will close for the day and all points point to a second rebund after weeks of eye-watering losses. more than half of the companies traded in china pulled their shares as they watch this all play out. only time will tell if there are more good things to come or if the roller coaster ride of the markets continues. those feeling highs and lows of china's markets the most are business owners but now the government is taking action to reign those numbers back in. andrew stephens reports for us. >> reporter: stock markets are on the up. it fels a little bit like a carnival. everyone's he a winner. especially the small retail investors, the punter. they make up a whopping 85% of all investors in china's stock markets. but it could also be a little unreal. buying stocks in china doesn't necessarily involve research understanding your company does. there is also a lot of rumor and speculation. plus there hasn't been much after close for investors. property prices have been falling for some time. and bank deposit rates are miniscule. so you put all that together and you end
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condemning it. both russia and china are signature tors to united -- which banned north korea from nuclear weapons test and further developing its miss t technology. the two leaders put forth a proposed plan for de-escalating principaling on the peninsula kaubling for a double freeze. that means north korea will suspend its nuclear weapons program and simultaneously the u.s. j chinese will -- they also went further and took the opportunity to make jabs against the u.s., saying they don't want the u.s. to use the missile launch as a pretech for adding more weapon systems to south korea. both moscow and beijing do not like the missile deployment of the u.s. miss t system known as that had. in the same joint documents they say they generally oppose the presence of u.s. troops in south korea in general. that is in a position of opposition from beijing and moscow that is unlikely ito get very far with the u.s. since it has had trooped deployed on the north peninsula since the u.s. war. michael. >> identify been watching in tokyo now, somewhere else the u.s. has troops positioned as well. that w
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Apr 22, 2017 2:00am PDT
, truly grateful to you for calling on china even this week to play an even more active and constructive role in addressing the north korean threat. now the president and i have, in his words, great confidence, that china will properly deal with north korea. i know you share that hope. as president trump made clear just a few days ago, if china is unable to deal with north korea, the united states and our allies will. the united states and australia face this threat and every other one together. >> chinese officials are denying that their country's military is on high alert to deal with any threats from north korea. its defense ministry says bomber jets are operating normally on the korean peninsula. >> tensions remain high, and the u.s. is keeping an eye out for any provocation was pyongyang. here's barbara star. >> reporter: as the aircraft air issier uss carl vinson heads toward north korea, the world head into a weekend of high alert and tension. spy satellites and planes keeping constant watch for signs of a north korean nuclear test and other regime provocations. >> th
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Apr 29, 2017 1:00am PDT
the wishes of china and its highly respected president when it launched, though unsuccessfully a missile today. bad. >> cnn's will ripley is the only u.s. television correspondent currently in pyongyang. >> reporter: you can hear the music that plays almost hourly in pyongyang reminding citizens of the sacrifices of their late leaders. the outside world may view this missile launch as a failure. here inside north korea most people will never hear about it and north korea's rocket scientists may not see it as a failure because with each launch, whether a success or not, they gain valuable intelligence. this particular missile they were trying to launch is the kind that could some day be used to attack a u.s. aircraft carrier like the carl vinson which is approaching the waters off the korean peninsula. perhaps over shadowing the launch itself is the strong message north korea is sending to its enemies. north korea attempting to launch another ballistic missile, its ninth launch attempt since president took office. a u.s. official tells cnn the land-based ballistic missile exploded
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Feb 7, 2016 1:00am PST
couple of years. china is dead set against it, effectively because it believes it would affect its own radar systems and would be allowing the u.s. to spy on them which the u.s. has said is not the case. this missile defense system would just be trained on any missiles, potentially coming from north korea. this is something being openly discussed. this could be a game changer when it comes to missile defense on the peninsula. it will be interesting to see china's reaction in the coming days. george? >> paula hancocks live in seoul. now to alexandra field in beijing. this launch floss in the face of chinese efforts to deescalate tensions, especially after north korea claims to have tested an h bomb a month ago. though it is important to point out that world powers including the u.s. have not yet confirmed that to be the case. >> reporter: yeah, the timing is everything. it should rankle those in beijing. their public statement was that they regret that north korea would insist on using ballistic missile technology for its launch which flies in the face of u.n. sanctions. at the same tim
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Jan 16, 2017 12:00am PST
. >> the donald trump one china policy is negotiable. the latest from japan is coming your way in just a moment. [ male announcer ] eligible for medicare? that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay and could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs. call today to request a free decision guide to help you better understand what medicare is all about and which aarp medicare supplement plan works best for you. with these types of plans, you'll be able to visit any doctor or hospital that accepts medicare patients. plus, there are no networks, and virtually no referrals needed. there's a range of plans to choose from, too, and they all travel with you anywhere in the country. join the millions who have already enrolled in the only medicare supplement insurance plans endorsed by aarp, an organization servi
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china a currency manipulator. establish tariffs to discourage companies from laying off their workers. >> so, what were we listening to there? that was then candidate donald trump speaking back in october. next saturday marks a benchmark in his presidency. the first 100 days in office. >> that was then and this is now. and it's been quite different. he said those ambishitious goaln the campaign trail and not exactly delivered on them in the white house. here's more from jim acosta. >>> it's a critical milestone for any president, but nearly 100 days in office president trump says this is no time to judge his performance. no matter how much i accomplished, it has been a lot including supreme court media will kill. in the lead-up to the 100-day mark, the president tried to make the case he is putting points on the scoreboard. >> we're now in the process of rebuilding america and a new optimism sweeping across our country. >> reporter: but the president has yet to follow through on many of the promises he said he could accomplish in his first 100 days in office, such as health care refor
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, from the united states' perspective, from international perspective or with china that north korea has long listened to and paid attention to? >> well, north korea has called for the drills to be finished and to be stopped on a number of occasions. they've dangled the carrot of, we will stop the nuclear tests. that's nothing new. certainly the u.s. and south korea up to this point have not paid any attention to that. they've just carried on with their joint military drill chz are nearing the end at this point. t they end april 30th. we do know that beijing certainly its relationship with north korea has changed quite significantly. it was a very close ally. now we have seen it is clear that beijing is losing patience with north korea. it's not warned about these kind of tests ahead of time. pyongyang and kim jong-un is ignoring beijing's call for restraint, not to make the situation even worse. and of course beijing did support those very strong u.n. sanctions which were passed back in march. of course it falls largely to china to make sure they are imlemted. certainly i think from
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japan will put up with it much longer. hopefully china will end this once and for all." we'll get more from paula hancocks in seoul, south korea. andrew stevens is in hong kong. and we have more from tokyo. first to paula. so this is what north korea was looking for and what south korea, the u.s., was afraid of. >> reporter: exactly right. there is what north korea is claiming at this point. looking at the figures there, experts are trying to figure out how far the range is and how far it could hit. experts saying it could hit potentially alaska. but what we are hearing from the north koreans is triumphant acknowledgment, triumphant announcement that they have launched an icbm. they say it is successful. they even said that they could now target the whole of the world. now clearly with the figures that they have given us, that's not accurate. but it shows that they have made a significant leap in technology if, in fact, this is all accurate. we are being shown images on kctv, north korean television. there's a full article declaring that kim jong-un was there, he ordered this. we saw a
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seeing people have been at work in china today and state run media is saying they see over 40,000 infections just today, so people who are at home over the weekend seeing the news about this and not knowing it was already on their computers. and the real root of this problem is that people use windows computers nd i'm sure you've seen the update in the lower right-hand corner saying you need to restart windows. you're saying i'm about to go on air. if you just update your computer, you can avoid all of this. this is not complicated patch you have to go to. restarting and making sure windows has been updated. you have so many computers at hospitals and businesses with individuals that haven't been updated since march. a lot of companies run software that's proprietary to their companies. they don't do the updates they will have to change their software, too, this is a message to all of us, to every company and every individual to know you just need to do those updates to those computer and you can avoid all of this. this is a big change, so often we've heard about stealing password
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Apr 7, 2016 12:00am PDT
. this doesn't include figures for china where the data is treated as a state secret. amnestyays executions took place in these 25 countries last year. the united states was the only country in the americas to have carried out the death penalty. there were no executions in europe. now let's look at the five countries performing the most executions. amnesty estimates the number in china to be in the thousands. but if you take china out of the equation, iran, pakistan and saudi arabia accounted for 90% of the executions. the u.s. is fifth with 28 executions last year. let's break down the significance of this report with secretary-general of amnesty international. before we begin, we should point out amnesty international opposes the death penalty in all cases, regardless of the crime. thank you so much for talking with us. so, let's start with the surge of executions in pakistan, iran and saudi arabia. what is happening in these countries? >> i think each of these countries are different, drivers are different. i think in the case of pakistan, you may recall that after the army sc
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korea and here in china. he met with china's two leading diplomats and very pleasant statements made publicly. behind closed doors, very frank and candid exchanges. china and the united states have very different opinions about the best way to deal with north korea. china would like to see the u.s. discontinue military exercises that are on going right now. pyongyang gets very angry and we see this during the joint military exercises. the u.s. says they are conducted in full transparency, a necessary part of two militaries learning how to work together. there is no plan to discontinue those exercises. what the u.s. thinks china needs to dice more heavily sanction or penalize north korea for their on going nuclear missile activity. there was a yunited nations report that was led by kim jong-un. in defines of those sanctions. secretary tillerson was expected to say, if beijing is not prepared to reign in north cre yar crekorea, this is something something china would not be happy about. this is an important story. it is good to have you there. i want to pivot and talk about the process
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to further undermine confidence by lifting the cost of borrowing. and the other effect is in china. china is down 30% in three weeks. we're talking $3 trillion being wiped off the value of the chinese stock market. so that is also sending ripples of real concern out across not just asia but around the world as well. what is going on in china you have to balance that with the fact that chinese stocks are up 150%. but the last thing the fed wants to do is raise rates because it feels like it has been having to. it is going to watch closely the conditions. i'm sure europe the grexit threat all that will play into the fed's decision and they are going to err on the side of caution, no doubt. >> andrew if greece was to leave the eurozone which country do you think they would end up looking to for stability? russia? china? what do you think? >> it's a difficult one. i think -- >> that's quite a question. >> look if you look at what's been happening russia has been -- you know has been a relationship between greece and russia much more than china. and china has its own issues to deal with
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