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Aug 6, 2017 2:00am PDT
quote just voted 15-0 to sanction north korea. china and russia voted with us. very big financial impact.
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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Jan 5, 2016 11:30pm PST
see the ground shaking in china during the explosion informal some children near the border were evacuated from their school. >> a news agency reports south korean officials are casting doubt on the claim. and others are taking a stand against north korea for the test. >> reporter: the test is a serious threat to the nation's security and cannot be tolerated. we denounce it. >> cnn has a team of correspondents and experts on all of this breaking news. paula hancock is seoul. will ripley is in china, and we have someone in hong kong. >> let's start with paula. we still don't know for sure if this was, in fact, a hydrogen bomb, but let's go through what we do know at this point so far. >> reporter: well, rosemary, this happened, according to the north koreans at 10:00 a.m. local time. they say it was a successful hydrogen nuclear test, as you say. we don't know whether or not that is the case. south korean officials are casting doubt on that. we're hoping to get a press briefing from the defense ministry in a few minutes. hopefully they'll have more indication. some officials say i
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Mar 31, 2016 11:00pm PDT
nuclear summit. >> and u.s. president obama met chinese president xi jinping. china a key economic ally to north korea, and beijing has been criticized before for not doing enough to enforce western sanctions against north korea. >> of great importance to both of us is north korea's pursuit of nuclear weapons, which threatens the security and stability of the region. and president xi and i are both committed to the denuclearization of the korean peninsula and full u.n. implementation. how we can discourage nuclear tests that escalate tensions and violate international obligations. >> our paula hancocks joins us now from seoul with more on the meetings, expectations from them, and certainly north korea's intention. paul lab, hello. >> hello, natalie. it was a crucial meeting between president obama and between the japanese and south korean leaders. certainly the japanese and u.s. officials did mention that trump's comments would not dealt with within that meeting, just to put that into perspective. but they did talk, obviously, about north korea and about what we've seen from north
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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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Apr 16, 2017 11:00pm PDT
romo, cnn. >>> on the campaign train, donald trump had harsh words for china. coming up, why there's been such a dramatic reversal, we're back in a moment. connections feature. it says i've crossed paths with kate six times this week. that is a lot of times. she's cute too! yea! how did i miss her? you didn't. match picked it up for you. check out new missed connections on match. start for free today! for us, it's rocky mountain water...n. ...or nothing. coors banquet. that's how it's done. my insurance rates are but dad, you've got... ...allstate. with accident forgiveness they guarantee your rates won't go up just because of an accident. smart kid. indeed. it's good to be in, good hands. so how old do you want uhh, i was thinking around 70. alright, and before that? you mean after that? no, i'm talking before that. do you have things you want to do before you retire? oh yeah sure... ok, like what? but i thought we were supposed to be talking about investing for retirement? we're absolutely doing that. but there's no law you can't make the most of today. what do you want to do? i'd
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Jul 31, 2017 11:00pm PDT
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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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Dec 11, 2016 2:00am PST
forces. we'll have that story for you. >>> plus, meet the people in china who say that they are having a laugh and speaking truth to power by poking fun at the president-elect donald trump. stay with us. >>> welcome back to "cnn newsroom." i'm george howell. the united states military confirms that a u.s. drone strike last month in the city of rack a syria killed a leader with ties to extremists. he was born in paris and had suspected ties to two terror attacks in tunisia in 2015. he was a person of interest in the paris terror attack that happened in november of 2015. the pentagon says the air strike was carried out on november 26th. >>> so far, the leader of isis has managed to avoid the same fate as many senior commanders. cnn's brian todd has more on the intense manhunt for al baghdadi. >> cnn has learned of a close call for the world's most wanted terrorist. a man with a $10 million on his head. a senior u.s. military official tells cnn, u.s. special operations forces came, tantalizing close to capturing or killing baghdad i last year near syria. >> any time you have a chance to kil
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Feb 11, 2017 1:00am PST
, another topic of the u.s. president is that he will now honor the one china policy. in fact, that story playing out at the same time that the japanese prime minister was visiting the u.s. president, but quite an about face from the president because you remember before he took the oath of office there was the series of tweets that seemed to question whether the u.s. would continue with that long standing policy and also indicated more interest in talking with taiwan. >> reporter: that is true, but we know that the president spoke with the head of china this past thursday where he affirmed or reaffirmed that he would honor the one china policy. with that being said, the president's made it clear that he will continue communications with the leader in taiwan to make sure that the relationship between the two countries, being the u.s. and china as a whole, continues to improve as well. the details of all of this have not been really been ironed out. what the relationship will look like is not clear but they're optimistic. >> that is the only way for the united states to maintain a po
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Sep 23, 2015 9:00pm PDT
you. before he headed to the white house, china's president met with some of the biggest tech leaders in the u.s. >> microsoft's campus in washington state, xi jiaping spoke with microsoft's founder, facebook's founder and apple ceo among others. he told executives a secure cyberspace is important around the world. >> earlier in the day, mr. xi announced a multimillion dollar bill to buy 300 jets from boeing. andrew stevens joins us now from hong kong with more on that. and the meeting with tech executive. andrew good to see you. let's begin with a meeting between chinese and u.s. leaders. they got a chance to voice concerns over intellectual property rights. i'm wondering what message president xi brought to this discussion. >> this was a meeting of the big beasts of the tech sector really in the two biggest economies in the world. so you did have some real heavyweights in there at a forum which has been organized by a former treasury secretary and presided over president xi. president xi dangling the prospect of the world's second biggest economy, continuing with relatively high gro
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Jul 1, 2017 1:00am PDT
china to help stop north korea's weapons tests. >> the relationship developed by president xi and myself is outstanding. >> reporter: pressuring chinese president xi to influence with kim. that changed. the trump administration issued new sanctions against a chinese bank for allegedly helping north korea. then hours later, announced a massive u.s. arms sale to taiwan which china states is a renegade province. >> the u.s. armed sale to taiwan has seriously violated international law and basic principles of international relations. >> reporter: with diplomacy uncertain, u.s. military options for north korea have been updated. >> the president has directed us to prepare a range of options including a military option which nobody wants to take. >> reporter: but a u.s. military strike could trigger catastrophe. >> if the u.s. chose to strike north korea in any way we would most likely see an immediate north korean response. that could be counter attack on south korea. it could be another cyber attack. kim jong un feeling emboldened, would likely react in a strong way. >> reporter: and
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Dec 18, 2016 11:00pm PST
become the president we want him to be. he's proving me wrong. >>> still ahead, china and donald trump spar again over his tweets. what china did this time to rile up the u.s. president. >>> plus hundreds of people have been evacuated from eastern aleppo. thousands more are still waiting and it is getting tougher for them to survive the hunger and freezing temperatures. i have asthma... ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine that increases the risk of death from asthma problems and may increase the risk of hospitalization in children and adolescents. breo is not for people whose asthma is well contro
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Aug 24, 2015 9:00pm PDT
. >>> china syndrome. shanghai stocks continue to go down, but the rest of the area goes back up. >> details to avert a new korean war. >> and the u.s. vice president moving closer to a third run to the white house. but it all comes down it hillary clinton and the e-mail scandal that just won't go away. >> i'm rosemary church. >> i'm john vause. "cnn newsroom" starts right now. >>> markets in the asia pacific region are well into a new day of trading, and investors are watching the numbers closely after monday's heavy selloff. here's what it looks like so far. we bring them up. and there you see the shanghai composite down 4.33%. the other markets in positive territory. japan's nikkei up, and seoul and hong kong up more than 1% there. >> a bruised wall street will open six hours later. the dow began with a 1,000-point loss but managed to recover somewhat, ending down almost 600 points for the day. >> now some of what happens in the markets ahead depends on how things play out in asia. our will ripley joins us live from beijing. will, markets across asia look better than they did
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Feb 16, 2016 10:00pm PST
>>> this is "cnn newsroom" live from los angeles. >>> china accused of deplaying missiles on a south china sea island after u.s. president obama called on china to stop militarization on the region. >> donald trump holds a lead in south carolina just days before the presidential primary. now ted cruz is attacking his record on abortion. >> russia. >> unit and around the world. >> 10:00 here on tuesday. newsroom l.a. starts right now. >> top story china has deployed surface to air missiles in the south china sea. >> the move will raise tensions further with neighboring countries locked in a territoriterritor territorial feud in the region. president obama discussed the need to peacefully resolve issues in this disputed area. >> we discuss the need to lower tensions including a halt to further rek mash and new construction and millization of disputed areas. lawful commerce should not be repeated. the u.s. will continue to fly, sale and operate wherever international law allows and we will support the right of all countries do the same. >> cnn national correspondent joins us from
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Dec 27, 2015 11:03pm PST
flooding in an area. >>> china's government is enacting a tough new anti-terrorism law, but critics say it goes too far. a closer look coming up. >>> plus youth and innocence, a big business in japan. some say the country's pop culture fascination with schoolgirls is putting young women at risk. we'll explain. pain not sitting too well? burning to feel better? itching for relief? preparation h offers the most maximum strength solutions for all hemorrhoid symptoms. from the brand doctors recommend most. preparation h. don't stand for hemorrhoids. and this year, look at whate he put in our driveway. from the brand doctors recommend most. the lexus december to remember sales event is here. lease the 2016 es350 for $349 a month for 36 months and we'll make your first month's payment. see your lexus dealer. give yourself the gift of a better network. get up to 50% off our hottest android smartphones, like the samsung galaxy s6. only till december 27th. coughing...sniffling... and wishing you could stay in bed all day. when your cold is this bad... ...you need new theraflu expressmax. the
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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 7, 2015 11:00pm PDT
. ends sunday! know better sleep with sleep number. . >>> welcome back everyone china's security regulator is issuing an ominous warning that there is a mood of panic in the markets. that's despite government measures aimed at reassuring investors. take a look at the numbers. the shanghai composite down 6%. and the shenzhen down 2.5%. andrew stevens joins us from hong kong with perspective. how bad is this and how much worse might it get? >> reporter: it seems to be getting worse by the minute particularly considering that the government has taken strong measures to try to put a floor under this. and obviously it is failing at the moment. a very volatile day in the chinese markets. at one stage of the open down 8% and came back to 3% down and at the end of the trading session, back down again towards 6%. it's not just china, too. there is a contagion effect across asia. hong kong getting close to a 5% fall. that is a very big fall for hong kong. japan down 3%. australia down 2%. greece is playing into this as well. but very much at the moment it's the concerns about what is going
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action. >> he is talked a good game on trade when he rain in the campaign he said he declared china manipulator on first day of presidency. on infrastructure, in the campaign he talked about infrastructure. we have not heard a peep about a plan on infrastructure. they say they are going to do next year. health care, the budget he proposed would have no choice but to have slash medical research and education and the problem with president trump is his peach is realities are far apart. >> democratic congress women wore white. joining us l.a. city counsel person. thanks for both for being here with us. many are suggesting the different tone from donald trump in his tuesday address represented a turning point and the moment he became presidentialme presidential. what's your response? >> i think that's true. it was a different tone. we have not seen the details. the truth is still 22 million people will be without health care if he gets rid of obamacare. he has a lot of spending he is suggesting but it's unclear how it's going to be funded. i know that balancing the budget and understand
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Oct 26, 2015 10:00pm PDT
she sat at her desk in her classroom. >>> plus, a u.s. warship ignores warnings from china and sails straight into a messy territorial dispute. >>> and cnn takes you to the front lines of a battle to drive out igs ssis fighters. >>> hello and welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'mi i i'm isha sesay. "cnn newsroom" starts right now. we start tonight with shocking video out of a south carolina high school. >> put your hands behind your back. give me your hands. >> the video is causing an outrage on social media. many saying the officer acted too violently. other defended him saying the student refused to listen. the school district says it is working with the sheriff's department which is investigating the incident. the officer identified as deputy benefie ben fields has been placed on administrative leave. a local police official describes the few details that are known about the encounter. >> the student was asked to leave the class several times by the instructor at the school. assistant principal was there as well. then the officer was called on scene
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Jun 25, 2015 11:00pm PDT
watson is watching things for us in beijing. ivan is the major sell-off in china related to the greek debt crisis? >> no it is not believed to be directly related to the greek debt crisis. in large part because it is not easy for foreign investors to invest in china's stock market. and it is not easy for chinese investors to invest outside of china. so this is largely kind of a domestic market that is now experiencing as for as our colleagues from cnn money have described it, as a freak out friday. i might not go that far to call it that but definitely china is seeing the second major sell-off in a row two fridays in a row now with the shanghai stock exchange now down some 6.8% the smaller shen zen composite down more than 7.8%. people are losing money here in china on the tock market. the stock market performing at a really incredible level over o the course of the last year. as it appears that many chinese were moving their money out of real estate which had been a previous form of investment of choice over to the stock market which enjoyed incredible gains over the last year. the s
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Jul 8, 2015 12:00am PDT
. >>> a brutal day for china stocks. the markets continued to get hammered and more than half of all listed companies suspended trading. andrew stevens has analysis on this. the stocks went into a tail spin and asian stocks tumbled in response. how bad is this and how bad might it get? >> it's bad at the moment and worse by the minute if you look at the end of the day's trading. let's look at the numbers. as you say, it was a big selloff at the start and did come back by a reasonable amount and now in the late afternoon it's coming off sharply again, down 6%. but equally as worrying take a look at what the impact is on the rest of the asian markets. yes we have greece in as a factor the uncertainly about the eurozone certainly a factor. but china is leading this now. and look at the number in hong kong. this is a separate number 8%. you have to go back to the dark days of the global financial crisis to see that sort of slump. a lot of the brokerages are down 10 12%. there is a real sense of panic particularly in china. don't take my word for it. this is coming from the regulator, the
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here on "newsroom," china hits back after some hostile tweets by donald trump. what the u.s. president-elect did to anger beijing this time. it's next. >>> just look at these imagines from mexico. a volcano erupted twice saturday and the imagines you see here simply stunning. it spewed massive amounts of lava, smoke and ash into the sky. one of the most active volcanos in mexico. the first eruption happens during the day and this is how it looked from high above. wow. we all know about western europes migrant crisis but there's another happening as well in the americas, thousands of migrants are trekking across central america hoping to reach the united states but they also face the threat of human traffickers. cnn reports. >> reporter: the bust willing border town, the main crossing between koes ta ricka and panama, long and important trade and tourist route. in recent months however the town has seen an unprecedented influx of migrants. trekking north from south america. thousands of them, many originally from africa and the ca ribbion, bound for the united states. posing
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for tillerson who heads to south korea, and then wraps up his trip in china. all these meetings share the topic of the growing threat of north korea. matt rivers in beijing, let's begin with will ripley in tokyo. was it all about north korea, or was it about other subjects as well? >> they talked about north korea, max, about the news out of the united states that the state department is about to face drastic budget cuts. questions kind of went unanswered in terms of specifics on north korea. secretary tillerson and his japanese counterpart, reiterated the need for cooperation, for a new approach on north korea, and one, probably the most interesting noteworthy sound bite from the press conference was when secretary tillerson was very critical of north korea policy all the way going back to the clinton years, including the bush administration and the obama administration as well. listen. >> the diplomatic and other efforts of the past 20 years, to bring north korea to a point of denuclearization have failed. so we have 20 years of failed approach. and that includes a period in which t
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Sep 29, 2015 9:00pm PDT
make a last-ditch attempt to save her life. >> plus, the united states pulls its spies from china following a hack that exposed the ferperson data of millions of government worke workers. >> and an historic meeting at the u.n. between cuba and the united states. >> hello to viewers in the united states and around b the world. >> "newsroom l.a." begins right now. >> it seems a woman on death row in the state of georgia is about out of options. she was sentenced to death for convincing her lover to murder her husband. the u.s. supreme court denied a last ditch stay of execution. >> martin savage has been following the story and joins us live from atlanta. just spring us up to speed with where things stand right now. is she out of options? does she have any more chances of reprieve on the state level? just help us on where things stand? >> yeah, they' got thereon a number of different legal hurdles and also gone for the georgia parole board. there are very few options left. i won't say none. as long as she's alive her lawyers are going to hope there's some last ditch effort. first of
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Jul 5, 2015 11:00pm PDT
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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Mar 19, 2017 2:00am PDT
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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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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, 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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May 21, 2017 11:00pm PDT
perspective from two other key countries in this north korean nuclear crisis, china for one, david mckenzie live in beijing. will riply in tokyo with reaction from japan and unique insight of his own regarding north korea. we'll start with you regarding tokyo, first, what has been response from that nation to this latest provocation? >> condemnation, george, from the highest levels of the japanese government. we heard today and yesterday after the launch from both japanese prime minister, japan's chief cabinet secretary saying that japan will not tolerate this kind of thing. prime minister saying he'll bring this up with president trump at the g 7 meeting making north korea one of the main issues on the agenda there, which is what frankly, north korea wants. they did this hours before president trump's major foreign policy speech in saudi arabia. last week we saw them with that missile test just ahead of the major economic forum, one belt, one row. they know if they launch missiles ahead of major events, people will be talking about them, including the world leaders. >> we're given
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Jun 26, 2015 12:00am PDT
germany, china an russia reminding this em that commitment. >>. >> translator: what does a robust agreement mean? it means an agreement including limitation in the duration of iran capacity in terms of production. it means advanced system of verification include, if necessary, all military sites. >> over years of negotiations john kerry persevered through set backs, convincing his counterpart, iranian foreign minister to compromise. the day after their last meeting, late may, kerry took a tumble off his bike. knocking him off his negotiating stride o. >> i look forward to getting back to work. >> and kerry too, facing political pressure back home. if the deal slips beyond the deadline that gives already hesitant u.s. lawmakers more time to build opposition to any deal. nic robertson, cnn, london. >> so where are we now? with more on the upcoming talks, let's bring in our guest, the research director at national iranian american council and he is live forness vienna. thank you for joining us. >> good to have you with us sir. here is a question many people are asking on this june 30
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Nov 27, 2016 11:00pm PST
respects to fidel castro. among them, china's president. hi, there, alexandra. a number of governments across asia have expressed their condolences. >> reporter: there's a global impact to the death of fidel impact and a global out pouring. you've seen from somber to celebratory. but what we're seeing in asia and china is a tone of support. you've got the chinese president calling fidel castro a great leader for the cuban people, an intimate and sincere friend who made historical achievements for the world of socialism. castro had made one state visit to bejing but it was just in 2014 that president ping saw fidel castro and earlier this year second in command also went to see castro in cuba and that was a sign of the warming of relations you've seen between these two communist countries in the past two decades or so. there were strained tensions between cuba and china during the cold war era. china is now cuba's largest trade partner and an expression of grief from china's leaders. it is similar in tone from other leaders in asia. specifically vietnam. they put a statement
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Jul 8, 2015 10:00pm PDT
shanghai where perspective students around the world are considering pursuing business degrees in china. >> china is probably the most amazing place to start a business. >> reporter: but some of these chinese and american students are reeling after their own recent losses in the chinese markets. >> it happened to me. i lost half of my profits. >> get hit in the chinese market? >> i did. >> reporter: can you give mae percentage. >> 20% of my portfolio. >> reporter: down? >> yes. >> reporter: entrepreneurs eager for a taste of the chinese market now suddenly feeling burned. shanghai has long been a shining symbol of china's economic might but the stock market free fall here is shaking people's confidence. >> people will be watching closely not only today but in the days to come because analysts warn it f the selloff can't stop it could potentially have ripple effects that could extend beyond the financial realm and could start to effect political affairs here, as well in the world's second largest economy. >> ripple effect in other financial markets and global economy as you just said. iv
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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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