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CBS
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
. there is no word yet on a motive but the first round of battling in france's presidential election is three days away. at least one candidate is now calling for the voting to be postponed. >>> paris was also the scene of a terrorist attack that killed 130 people in november of 2015. the gunmen staged mass shootings and suicide bombings at four locations including the bataclan theater where 89 people were killed. >>> a major reversal from uc- berkeley officials. they now say right wing pundit coulter is welcome to come and speak just not next thursday. they say they found an undisclosed venue they feel can be secured for a speech on may 2. but they have, quote, grave concerns about campus safety. if coulter follows through on her promise to stick to her original booking. >> our police department has made it clear that they have very specific intelligence regarding threats that could pose a grave danger to the speaker, attendees and those who may wish to lawfully protest this event. >> chancellor nicholas dirks says he is still waiting to hear back from the coulter camp on whether they will accept
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
, isis is claiming responsibility for the attack which comes just days before france's first round of its presidential elections. during a news conference is afternoon, president trump responded to the shooting. >> our condolences from our country to the people of france. again, it happens, it seems, i just thought as i was walking in. it's a terrible thing. it is a very, very terrible thing that is going on in the world today. it looks like another terrorist attack. what can you say? it just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant. i have been saying it for a long time. >> dana: joining us now with more, from washington, fox news chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge. catherine, we have seen these toys come up before. what is difference about this one? >> dana, we are getting a lot of information from the french police, which tells us the individual was on their radar. that i identified him as a 39-year-old from the suburbs of paris, someone who had indicated their telegram, this is one of the encrypted apps that they wanted to tell police. also, it is v
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
's for known extremists? >> reporter: yes. there's about 15,000 people in france that are qualified to be on that list and the police are supposed to have under surveillance, various degrees of veins and various levels of surveillance they are under. some are kept under very tight surveillance. in this case, once again, i think we will hear some complaints by politics and what not, that police should have done a better job of keeping track of this gentleman and perhaps others who are still out there, especially given the fact that we're in the midst of an election campaign which is going to end tomorrow night and elections will be held here on sunday. they did foil an attack in marseille that was done to foil the attack. there may be a connection between what happened tonight and the campaign, one of the things i will be looking into. >> thanks very much, bittermann. isis claimed responsibility for this. efforts are well under way to prosecute the founder candidate trump says he loves so much, wikileaks. julian assange has been hold up in london for years now. what do we know about
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 1:00am BST
. please stay back. tonight, france's worst fears realised. yet another terror attack, and just two days before an all—important presidential election here. one policeman killed, another seriously injured, in a shooting on the emblematic and busy champs—elysees. translation: i was walking on the pavement. there was a bus full of police. the man parked just in front of the bus, then got out a kalashnikov, and then he shot six times. i thought it was fireworks, then he went and hid behind a lorry. translation: we were moving towards a car, and then i heard two or three shots. i didn't realise they were shots to start with. well, then there was just panic all around. everyone started running down the champs—elysees, just by instinct. i didn't stop to work out what was going on. i just ran, too. the attacker was then shot dead by police. guns drawn, the police are shooing people off the street. this country, which up untiljust now was obsessed by politics and the upcoming election, has been thrown back into a sense of fear. it was just about recovering from, after the mass paris attack
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
in paris and around france. >> was this a terrorist attack? >> reporter: right now isis is claiming responsibility for the attack and the french officials say they're treating it and opening this as a terrorism investigation earlier today and the president here at home, president trump said during a joint press conference said that he believes it looks "like another terrorist attack" offering his condolences for those hurt and injured. >> he said, what can i say? it never ends and very blunt with the state of the world. >> reporter: certainly very blunt and we'll hear more when they determine if it was an isis attack. >> lauren thank you. >>> next, developing news, two police officers shot and wounded this afternoon in the downtown as they confronted suspects in a 7-11 robbery. an officer was fighting with a suspect on the ground when a female hit him on the head with a bottle and then there was an exchange of gunfire and one police officer is in critical condition, but has been upgraded to serious and his partner in satisfactory condition and the female was taken into the custody.
KRON
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
. this was moments before the man was shot and killed. it was all playing out only days before france's presidential election...and while there was an ongoing debate by the candidates. at the white house - president trump talked about what happened in paris...while hosting italy's prime minister.. . in a statement from an isis-related news agency....the group gave a name forthe shooter indicating he's belgian. france's president, has convened a national defense and security council to meet friday morning.. and authorities confirm that the possibility of accomplices being involved in the shooting....has not been ruled out. grant and vicki? (grant) france has been in a state of emergency following a series of terror attacks... the two recent attacks on soldiers happened earlier this year at prominent locations around paris... one near the louvre museum back in february. a man with a machete attacked french soldiers...who then shot and injured the attacker. another was just last month... at paris' orly airport. a islamic extremist took a soldier hostage and attacked a female french soldier. he was able
PBS
Apr 20, 2017 4:59pm PDT
, france might be pulling out of the european union, or second, the tax cut program president trump has been pushing will be dead, or third, the u.s. economic data will keep getting worse in the second and third quarters and bond yields will move down. for the moment, the market seems to be saying none of these prospects are very likely. for "nightly business report," bob pisani at the new york stock exchange. >>> and has bob mentioned, house republicans may be getting closer to a deal on health care. kayla tausche has the details. >> reporter: nearly a month after the house pulled an 11-hour vote on the american health care act, broad amendments to the bill have been agreed to. to appease conservative freedom caucus, there are waivers that let states abandon once-mandatory benefits like maternity and mental health. a freedom caucus source said those changes would turn 18 to 20 votes for yesterday. the moderate tuesday group could not be reached but its leader expressed support for the changes on facebook. the changes, plus comments overseas by speaker ryan that they were putting the, q
condolences from our country to the people of france. again, it's happening. i saw it as i was walking in. so that's a terrible thing. it's a very, very terrible thing that's going on in the world today. but it looks like another terrorist attack. what can you say? it just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant and i've been saying it for a long time. as far as north korea's concerned, we are in very good shape. we're building our military rapidly. a lot of things have happened over the last short period of time. i've been here for approximately 91 days. we're doing a lot of work. we're in very good position. we're going to see what happens. i can't ask your -- answer your question on stability. i hope the answer is a positive one, not a negative one. but hopefully that will be something that gets taken care of. i have great respect for the president of china. as you know, we had a great summit in florida and palm beach and got to know each other and i think like each other. i can say from my standpoint i liked him very much, i respected him very much and i think he's wor
BBC News
Apr 21, 2017 12:30am BST
, donald trump had this response. our condolences to the people of france, again. it happens, as you see, i saw it as again. it happens, as you see, i saw itasi again. it happens, as you see, i saw it as i was walking in. it is a terrible thing that is going on in the world today. it's a very terrible thing that's going on in the world today but it looks like another terrorist attack and what can you say? it just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant and i've been saying for long time. we recap the streetsmart. their major anti—terrorist operations taking place in paris after a gunman opened fire on a police bus in a pa rt opened fire on a police bus in a part of the french capital. —— in the heart. he killed one of and wounded two others. it took place on the champs—elysees, which leads from the champs—elysees, which leads from the arc de triomphe to be manager. it happened 300 metres away from the arc de triomphe itself. the government got out of the car and fired an automatic weapon, before being shot dead by police. media reports say he was known to the i
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
arrested in france suspected of planning an attack to disrupt the election after bomb-making equipment and guns were seized. attempted to target a group of soldiers guarding another landmark was shot by police. and in november 2015, multiple attacks by isis-backed terrorists in paris killed 130. france has been in a continual state of emergency ever since and now preparing to vote in elections, the first round sunday. marine le pen focused on security and immigration. tonight's attack as candidates make the last pitches on a live televised show, a city and nation on edge once more. and tonight, isis social media accounts quickly taking credit for the attacks quickly identifying a man from belgium as the attacker suggesting this was planned and the timing with voters heading to the polls on sunday, intentional. lester. >> kier simmons tonight, thank you. >>> we turn to another violent incident involving police officers, this one here at home in seattle. two officers were shot while responding to a robbery call. one officer is in critical condition with life-threatening injuries and the
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
the prime minister of italy at the white house. >> our condolences from our country to the people of france. again, it's happening it seems. i just saw it as i was walking in so that's a terrible thing and that's a very terrible thing that's going on in the world today. but it looks like another terrorist attack. >> reporter: extremism has plagued france with several recent attacks. the country still under a state of emergency just tuesday. police say they stopped an immine imminent terror attack arresting radicals. ahead of the presidential election. president trump weighing in. >> what can you say? just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant. >> reporter: the white house monitoring the situation. french authorities have opened a terror investigation as they work to figure out who is behind the attack and if the gunman acted alone. kenneth, abc news washington. >> this was the scene in seattle just a few hours ago. police swarmed the downtown area after two officers were shot. they are responding to a robbery at a 7-eleven. the suspect shot at officers as they took off
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
of france, it is happening it seems i just thought as i walked in, that is a terrible thing. a very terrible thing going on in the world today. it looks like another terrorist attack, what can you say, it never ends, we have to be strong and vigilant. >>> the latest attack comes 3 days before the 1st votes cast in france's presidential election, france television hosting of foreign with the candidates when it interrupted its broadcast to report on the shootings. france is under a state of emergency put in place after the terror attacks of 2015, since then there have been a number of other attacks including the niece attack that killed more than 80 people. today's shooting is similar to recent attacks on soldiers providing security around paris, one of those happen at the louvre in february and the other at terraces orly airport last month. since yesterday 2 men arrested in southern france suspected of plotting a terror attack. continuing coverage of the terror attack in paris with a live report coming up at 5 pm. >>> in the out -- here in the us downtown seattle lockdown after 2 police offic
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
diligent. tragedy in paris france, we'll continue to monitor it for you. lou dobbs is next. tom: i'm tom sullivan in for lou dobbs. the islamic state claiming responsibility for an attack that killed a paris police officer. a gunman with an automatic weapons opened fire on police, killing one officer, seriously wounding two others before police shot and killed him. sources say the gunman had been previously flagged as an extremist. fox news chief white house corresponds yernts has our report from the white house. reporter: the u.s.-italian summit was meant to reconfirm the close relation between the two countries, the need for it was underscored even as the two leaders were meeting. terrorism and global hotpots were high on the agenda as the president met with the italian present gentiloni. >> it's a terrible thing going on in the world. it looks like another terrorist attack. what can you say? it just never ends. we have to be strong and vigilant. reporter: north korea issuing a new threat warning of a quote super mighty preemptive strike that will completely wipe out u.s. imperialist i
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
in the last few weeks in france, not the big attacks that cause massive civilian casualties, but smaller attacks specifically focused on security forces. we saw it at a louvre, we saw it at oralarly airport, paris's sed largest airport. where is the previous two i've mentioned, sort of isis inspired no firm link between the attacker and isis, this very quick claim of responsibility with the fighter in question named. which does suggesting a stronger link perhaps between the organization and the attacker that carried out this dreadful attack this evening. now, for the time being, the champs-elysees remains completely closed off. the whole of this area really on lockdown. huge police presence that continues here in france an investigation, an anti-terror investigation has been opened to try to work out precisely how this man who was under surveillance could have got his hands on an automatic weapon and found himself in front of a police truck and carried out this atrocity, killing that policeman. that will be really the question to be answered, how did this man being watched by authorities
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
. nearly 1:00 a.m. now as terror strikes the heart of france again. a police officer killed two others, gravely wounded near the same champs-Élysees, isis quickly claiming responsibility for this attack. french officials say that it was a war weapon that was used in this attack. waiting for more details on that. they have withstood attacks in nice, charlie had no characters, at the nightclub, and now, once again, and france, they are under attack. getting ready for a big election come sunday. one candidate has called for a postponement in light of this. more news from france as we get throughout the evening. also, breaking tonight, the president once said nobody builds a wall better than me. and promised to build 11900 miles long. he said if you don't have real borders, you don't have real country. those words helped to carry him to the white house. >> i'm going to create a new special deportation task force focused on identifying and quickly removing the most dangerous criminal illegal immigrants in america. >> horrible things have happened. they're getting the hill out or they are g
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 7:00pm EDT
word news with courtney collins. first up, the area around the shops delis a -- around france as been cordoned off after person shot a police officer and shot himself. counterterrorism investigators are at the scene but the attacker seem to have been alone. the area has been cleared and metro stations shot. the trump administration is aiming to complete the biggest overall of the tax code since the reagan era by the end of the year. steven mnuchin says the reforms will go ahead even as a second attempt to replace the affordable care act fails. they want up simplified personal taxes, less than the middle class taxes and make it more competitive. -- producers have reached three month of limited production have seen opec and independent allies failed to cut stockpiles and stabilize the market. notsaudi minister did identify those countries in favor of an extension, but said there is a commitment. >> there is a initial agreement that we have not yet told all producers that we may be forced to extend the measures to reach our goal. regulators and china will consider the potential market im
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 4:00pm PDT
quote really on lockdown. huge police presence that continues here in france an investigation, an anti-terror investigation has been opened to try to work out precisely how this man who was under surveillance could have got his hands on an automatic weapon and found himself in front of a police truck and carried out this atrocity, killing that policeman. that will be really the question to be answered, how did this man being watched by authorities manage to carry out this attack here tonight. >> thank you very much, melissa. now former assistant secretary
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
in france, bitterly contested, and one of the leading candidates, emmanuel macron, in a tv attack on the champs-elysees. president francois hollande, somber, emotional, who has seen so many of these attacks during his tenure, speaking to the nation tonight. "we shall be of the utmost vigilance, especially in relation to the election," he said. and president trump in washington weighing in shortly after the shootings. >> our condolences from our country to the people of france. again it's happening. it seems. >> terry, what more do we know about the claim from isis. >> that claim from isis coming so quickly, suggest perhaps that this was an attack planned and directed by isis. we have seen that before in france. it could well be an attempt to shape that presidential election. david. >> all right, terry moran leading us off from. >>> a nationwide manhunt for a teacher a his former student. the student found okay. also founded two loaded handguns. tad cummins and student elizabeth thomas had been missing for a month. abc's kayna whitworth from california today. >> reporter: tonight,
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:30pm EDT
kareem see. they say he'd done jail time here in france for attempted murder before three men, including two police officers. this couldn't come at a more sensitive time. the presidential election is supposed to take place on sunday, and there's a real chance this could affect the result. >> pelley: elizabeth palmer in paris for us tonight, liz, thank you. speaking to reporters at the white house today, president trump was quick to call the paris shootings a terrorist attack, and he said, "it never ends." earlier, the president talked tough on trade, which could affect relations with china and canada. margaret brennan is at the white house tonight. margaret, what did the president say? >> reporter: well, scott, the president launched an investigation into foreign-made steel and whether it's a threat to national security. this could be the first step before putting tariffs on steel imports. of course, china is the world's biggest steel producer, but the president stomed short of directly challenging bei because, of course, he needs their help on many issues, particularly, north korea. now
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 11:30pm BST
‘ peter ricketts who was the ambassador to i for france, i asked for his reactiol have france, i asked for his reactions have all the well, this does have all the of another terrorist hallmarks of anothelterrolisl it? | is hallmarks of anothelterrolisl it?iisa attack, doesn't it? it is a deliberate, targeted attack on one of the highest profile streets in france. with thousands of tourists and people around, as they would be on any evening. so this clearly was intended to attract the maximum attention at a sensitive time in france before the election. how significant, then, is the location? it is highly symbolic. you cannot think of a more symbolic french target, i think, think of a more symbolic french target, ithink, then think of a more symbolic french target, i think, then the champs—elysees. this is calculated to have maximum impact. —— than. and it has had one. some of the eyewitnesses have said that they felt that the police were very much the target, here, when there were of course probably many other people out on the street. as far as we are where, they were unhar
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
is happening in france politically. this is what we know. you have an officer dead. perhaps one other who is seriously wounded who may in the grave condition as well. possibly a third officer may have been shot. the asilliant in the case described as -- assailant in this case described as flagged by the french authorities as a possible terror suspect and someone of concern. he was killed in the shootout. in the past 20 minutes, the isis has claimed responsibility for this attack. that is unusually quick for the organization to come out with that claim. but that is what is reported now through the french police and the french media. something that president trump said. he was about to enter the east room. when this was unfolding. he was asked about the report. this is what president trump had to say. trump: it's a terrible thing going on in the world today. it looks like another terror attack. what can you say? it never ends. we have to be strong and vigilant. scott: the state department issued warnings to monitor the news to make sure it is safe to move about if they are in paris. two oth
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
to the people of france again it's happening it seems. i just saw it as i was walking in so that's a terrible thing and it's a very, very terrible thing that's going on in the world today but it looks like another terrorist attack and what can you say? just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant. >> the incident comes three days before a vote in france's tense presidential under attack at prominent locations around the city including the louvre museum in february and orely. >> a garage collapse at the reagan building. take a look at that. you can see the damage there. you can see the electrical wiring. pretty serious. this happened about an hour ago. officials say a portion of that ceiling fell damaged that car right there. the good news is no one was hurt. there's no word yet what caused that portion of the ceiling to collapse. >> ♪ >>> tonight at 6:00 there is video right now that's getting all sorts of attention on social media. metro transit police tried to handcuff man while he was holding his daughter in his arms. take a look. >> you can't hold him against his wil
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
france his condolences and said there have been too many similar tragedies. >> what can you say? it just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant and i've been saying it for a long time. >> police in paris say it's too early to say whether the attacker had any accomplices. they are looking into motive. >> stay with nbc 10. the latest on the paris attack will be on "nightly news." >>> david creato charged with killing his son. >> he felt his son was getting in the way of his relationship with a teenage girl. the mother testified against the former boyfriend recounting a conversation after this son's body was found. >> nbc 10's rosemary connors is joining us live outside the camden county courthouse. what else did the mom say during the testimony? >> reporter: she described that conversation as being odd and illogical. she couldn't make any sense of it. the jury today heard circumstantial evidence and testimony on both sides that the toddler knew how to unlock doors but never wandered away from his house in the past and never left home alone day or night. david "d.j." cr
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
evening news" tonight, gunman opens fire on police in france, elizabeth pal inner is on the scene in paris as developments unfold there. >>> plus is there a link between diet soda and dimension, doctor john lepuke has the answer for you, from new york here's scott pelley. captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: attack in paris. police officers are shot on the crowded champs-elysees. also tonight, could bill o'reilly's firing mark a tipping point in the handling of workplace harassment? >> we are not going to see employees stand for it anymore. employers are going to have to get it together. >> pelley: our cbs news poll shows sky-high support for legal pot, but some fear a crackdown by the federal government. >> reporter: do you think you or other states will go to court and fight this? >> well, we'll certainly explore every option. >> pelley: and the race is on to save the fastest animals on land. >> reporter: so you are cupid for
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
the attacker was known to local authorities. of course the shooting comes three days before france's presidential election. world news tonight with david muir has the latest developments from paris next at 6:30 here on channel 6. >>> both sides presented their opening statements in camden today in the trial of 23-year-old david creato charged with murdering his 3-year-old son. sara bloomquist is live outside of the camden county courthouse. sara opening statements and the beginning of testimony what did you learn today. >> reporter: jim only a few witnesses were called today following the opening statements. the most interesting testimony came from brendon creato's mother that the defendant david creato suggested that his son was drawn to the woods by spirits where his body was found. he sat motionless as the trial got underway in camden county court. they toll the case that was carefully instructed to make his client look guilty but he is not. >> he goes by dj david jr. and the accused of -- is the most heinous thing a person can be accused of. but he is innocent. >> jurors heard
PBS
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
before voting starts in france's presidential election. the sitting president francois hollande said all indications are that it was terror-related. authorities sealed off the area after the incident on the famed champs elysees. it happened near a subway station in an area popular with tourists. >> ( translated ): it was a terrorist. he came out with a kalashnikov and started shooting, but he could've shot us on the pavement and killed more people with a spray of shots, but he targeted the policemen. >> sreenivasan: in washington, president trump called the killings "a terrible thing" and said it "looks like another terrorist attack." we get more, now, from special correspondent malcolm brabant, who's in paris. he spoke with us moments ago via skype. malcolm. what's the latest right now? >> the latest information we have the islamic state is now claiming responsibility for the attack in the champs-elyseÉes. they're claiming responsibility for a couple hours after this gunman opened fire with what we believe was a kalashnikov on police officers who were sitting in a van near the champs-e
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
and already the political campaign that is in full swing here in france and we are just days away from what many had already suggested was likely to be a historic president election with a massive shift possibly on the cards depending on who could get ele elected. these stories are now almost guaranteed to dominate the final push to the with the new piece of information with sources telling cnn that this man was under active surveillance. now one of the candidates in that race has made the question of whether the french called there's about 50,000 of them. she has said they should be thrown out of the country and if she were president that's what would happen the very next day. that crucial piece of information likely to play into the political campaign over the next couple days, wolf. >> we're just learning isis has now claimed responsibility for this attack on the streets of paris. if, in fact, that turns out to be the case, how will that play out? we know there are major presidential elections in france, national elections coming up on sunday? >> reporter: again, another part of the far
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 3:00pm PDT
appears to be another terror attack in france. good evening and welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. president trump is calling for strength and vigilance in the face of what appears to be a terror related attack on police officers in paris. one officer was killed and two others seriously wounded today. the attacker was fatally shot by police. french sources say the government had previously been flagged as an extremist. moments ago, we learned that isis is claiming responsibility for the attack. president trump's comments came during a news conference with italy's prime minister, a news conference heavy on world pressure points include north korea and iran. john roberts tonight. >> the summit was meant to be from the close ties between the two countries and their mutual cooperation to fight the scorch of terror. the need for which was underscored even as the two leaders were talking. >> terrorism and global hot spots were high on the agenda today as president trump met with italy's prime minister paolo gentiloni, learning of the shooting in paris as it was wrapping up. >> it looks
CNBC
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
on the show with you and said france gives me a headache. our european hand tool business we make in europe we make a lot of those products in europe. we make in the markets where we sell has been up in sales for 14 straight quarters and profits, profitability, oi margin for 16 straight quarters. it's become a bellwether, a monster. >> you have new tools that have always helped. thermal imaging diagnostic has come on strong. why? >> it's a new tool. diagnostics has been rising in the auto-repair business. there are a lot more computers on cars. usually we measured the computer code in thousands and the car will tell you what's ailing it and if you have the right diagnostics you know how to fix it. it doesn't show you some detail. if it tells you it's a cylinder problem you can't tell which cylinder it is. we have a new tool called the thermal imager and you shoot it there and heats right up. sometimes it takes a half hour to drive to generate that sound. a mechanic these days can run it a minute or two, take our thermal imager and look at it and see the heat starting. very popular. >> if i don
FOX Business
Apr 20, 2017 6:00pm EDT
france's presidential election. andrew, i'm reading reports help me clarify something. was it alone perpetrator or do you know if there is another suspect out there. >> even the french state television channel has reported that there was just one suspect but multiple witnesses claim there was more than one shooter. it's possible that there's multiple people. it's also possible that shooting happens in two locations. they didn't quite get it right. overseas and here at home as well. this particular terrorist we can call him that now. moments ago they take credit. did he arrive today from belgium. >> that is what it looks like. particularly the network angle is very important because there's also reporting that he used automatic weapons which are part of a roddick -- radical islamic network. the fact that it was used with that ak-47 reportedly and the suspect may come from belgium is certainly indicates that there is a more involved attack then the driver who ran over people near london's parliament last month. what he make up the fact that the terrorists would attack a police officer
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 11:00pm BST
. please stay back. tonight, france's worst fears realised, yet another terror attack and just two days before an all—important presidential election here. one policeman killed, another seriously injured in a shooting on the emblematic and busy champs elysees. translation: i was walking on the pavement, there was a bus full of police, the man parked just in front of the bus, then got out a kalashnikov and then he shot six times. i thought it was fireworks. then he went and hid behind a lorry. translation: we were moving towards a car and i heard two or three shots. i didn't realise they were shots to start with. then there wasjust panic all around, everyone started running down the champs elyseesjust by instinct. i didn't stop to work out what was going on, i just ran, too. the attacker was then shot dead by police. guns drawn, the police are shooing people of the street. this country which up untiljust now was obsessed by politics and the upcoming election has been thrown back into a sense of fear it was just about recovering from after the mass paris attacks over a year ago. tonight
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 10:45pm BST
in france. when you are out and about speaking to the public, how safe the people feel? the mostly feel safe. you get used to living in a different environment much as you get used to it in new york after nine slash 11 in 2001. it is a familiar environment to me, having so familiar environment to me, having so many policemen around and soldiers patrolling train stations and airports. the state of emergency is due to end in the month ofjuly, and will be interesting to see how the next president will pre—empt the situation and what they will decide to keep this state of emergency for a while longer. thank you very much. our europe editorjoins us now. francois hollande spoke a short time ago, remind us of what he has been saying. he was speaking on french television after holding an emergency meeting with security officials. he confirmed that the night, on the emblematic champs—elysees, one police man was killed and two others seriously in thejudd. he killed and two others seriously in the judd. he described killed and two others seriously in thejudd. he described the incident is cowardly,
LINKTV
Apr 20, 2017 2:30pm PDT
. the countdown is well and truly on and france. three days until voters go to the polls for the first round in the presidential elections. 30% of them still have not made up their mind who they are going to vote for. for gamblers across the channel in the u.k., that makes it a pretty exciting bet. we report on how british book makers are cashing in on the french elections. reporter: betting big on a different race. with the election coming up, british makers have a lot riding on who will become france's next president. bets placed on horses in football and cricket are not the ones being -- bringing in the big bucks. emmanuel macron has the best odds. the goal is not to choose the next president but to cash in on the outcome. >> macron is the favor but i do not like his odds. i'm betting 30 pounds on le pen. the firston wins round, i get 100 pounds. reporter: strategies vary. some study the polls and establish prochno prognostics leading to a few surprising result. the socialist candidate finds himself with worse odds than the outsiders. >> i hope he will win. then i can win a good money, be
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 10:30pm BST
than others but it's very hard at this point to say how tonight's attacks will affect france's presidential campaign. europe editor katya adler in france, thank you. chrissy and fraser is on the champs—elysees. christian, once again, a large part of paris in lockdown and very nervous city. i'm looking at the champs—elysees and i can see armed police walking down the main part of the road. i don't know if people we re the road. i don't know if people were in the restaurants and hotels which line the champs—elysees, whether there are still in there and under lockdown, it is getting close to midnight. very nervous seen on that part of the champs—elysees. the police operation in terms of looking foran police operation in terms of looking for an accomplice is over in this pa rt for an accomplice is over in this part of paris but it is underway in other parts of paris, to the east of the city they are searching an apartment. i was telling you a short while ago we believe there is an arrest warrant that has been put out for a second suspect. we don't know whether he was on t
PBS
Apr 20, 2017 2:30pm PDT
, who was no to the security services. >> you have to stay back, please. please stay back. france's tonight, worst fears realized during another terror attack just two days before an important french election. one policeman killed, another injured on the champs elysees. >> i was walking on the pavement. the man parked just in front of the bus. then he got out a kalashnikov and he shot six times. i thought it was fireworks. then he went and hid. >> we were moving towards the car. i heard two or three shots. i did not realize they were shots to start with. there was panic all around. everybody was running down the champs elysees. i did not work out what was going on. i started to run, too. reporter: the attacker was shot dead right police. this country up until just now was obsessed i politics. this upcoming election has been thrown back into a sense of fear . it was just recovering after the massive terror attack a year ago. the people of paris were too scared to leave their homes. the fear is palpable. police were shouting us off the street. metro stations in central paris have be
BBC News
Apr 20, 2017 10:00pm BST
have to stay back, please. the area is dangerous because of shotguns. please stay back. tonight, france's worst fears realised, yet another terror attack and just two days before an all—important presidential election here. one policeman killed, another seriously injured ina policeman killed, another seriously injured in a shooting on the emblematic and busy champs elysees. translation: i was walking on the pavement, there was a bus full of police, the man parked just in front of the bus, then got out a kalashnikov and then he shot six times. i thought it was fireworks. then he went and hid behind a lorry. translation: we were moving towards a carandl translation: we were moving towards a carand i heard two translation: we were moving towards a car and i heard two or three shots. i didn't realise they were shots. i didn't realise they were shots to start with. then there was just panic all around, everyone started running down the champs elyseesjust by started running down the champs elysees just by instinct. started running down the champs elyseesjust by instinct. i didn't stop to wo
LINKTV
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
to brussels. go now to barbara. barbara, it evening to you. you have covered previous attacks in france it appears another attack, perhaps a terror attack. security services have been on high alert for weeks. do you think authorities were expecting or fearing something like this? barbara: could be, yes, they knew that there might be forces that wanted to interrupt the elections, thahat wanted to hamr the elections or influence them. something major happens before sunday -- happened before sunday. ththis might influluence of the elelections bececause 1/3rd of french voters have not decided who they will vote for. yes, there was a high alert and there were preparationons m mad. also the protection for the candidates in the last election rallies were highly increased. the police was more or less everywhere in trying to anticipate what might happen. it is always something completely unexpected that finally comes and shakes of the situation. >> the first round of presidential elections in france began on sunday. it is 11 candidates, quite a broad field. if this is indeed terrorism, whose han
CBS
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
now at 6:00 we are following breaking developments out of paris, france. isis has claimed responsibility for a deadly attack on police. one officer has been killed, two others seriously wounded this evening. a man with an automatic weapon opened fire on the officers as they patrolled a metro station near the famous street. police shot and killed that gunman. >>> president donald trump also says this looks like another terrorist attack. comments made during a news conference today with the italian prime minister at the white house. they both faced some tough questions including the chances of a nuclear north korea and new sanctions against iran. >> reporter: security was among the topics during the talks at the white house with the italian prime minister during a briefing that followed, president trump was asked if america would join italy in the battle against isis in libya. >> i think the united states has right now are in a role everywhere, so i do not see that. i do see a role in getting rid of isis. >> reporter: when asked about north korea, president trump started tal
ABC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
of stories for "full measure" about the threat of terror in france. secondarily covering the political scene. they vote on a president in three days. sunday is the first round of balloting. marine le pen, a hard right wing candidate is very anti-jihadi and anti-terror. she is leading in the polls. some believe if this is an attack like that would propel her. stay tuned for more on the breaking news. larry: thank you, scott. you can get breaking news alert on your phone. sign up at wjla.com/text. nancy: 22 years to the day after the oklahoma city bombing the secret service closing the si ellipse side of the white house. that bombing is why all the streets closed around the white house to begin with. sam ford is live near the executive mansion to explain why for us. sam? sam: the secret service says it is after a review of the new security measures following a number of jumpers and attempted jumpers at the white house. as you can see, the secret service agent is there. people are no longer able to go up against is that fence. they are all over here. trying to see from the area they can see tak
FOX
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
of france again it's happening it seems. i just saw it as i was walking in so that's a terrible thing and it's a very, very terrible thing that's going on in the world today but it looks like another terrorist attack and what can you say? just never ends. we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant. >> the incident comes three days before a vote in france's tense presidential
Bloomberg
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
before the first round of france's presidential election. president trump welcomed the italian prime minister to the white house today. they also held a joint news conference at the white house. the president also says he wants congress to pass legislation scaling back obamacare and a spending bill to keep the u.s. government running next week. president trump and congressional republicans are still at odds over obamacare. that is after last month's plan vote was scrapped. the trump administration expect a houseboat next week, but -- house vote next week, but revised language is still an issue. jason chaffetz said yesterday he is weighing his options and might depart congress early. he said he would not run for reelection or any office in 2018. global news, 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. i'm alisa parenti. this is bloomberg. "bloomberg technology" is next. ♪ caroline: i'm caroline hyde. this is "bloomberg technology." coming up, tesla's rocky road. we analyze the latest 53,000 car recall. the reviews are in and samsung
NBC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
get it. back to you. >> thank you. >>> now to more breaking news in france. a police officer killed in paris. you're looking live at the police response to that shooting right now. and tonight, president trump is offering his condolences to the victims. >> let's go live to nbc 10's jacqueline london in the breaking news center. >> the suspect was killed when police returned fire. this is a look at what's happening near the scene of the attack by the city's famed champs-elysees. paris police warn people to avoid this area. the attack came three days before the first round of france's tense presidential election. president trump is meeting with the prime minister of italy today at the white house offered up these condolences within the last hour. >> it's a very, very terrible thing going on in the world today. it looks like another terrorist attack and what can you say? it just never ends. we have to be strong, and we have to be vigilant and i've been saying it for a long time. >> french television is reporting that an innocent bistabbb bystander was hit by gunfire. no word on their c
FOX News
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
in france's intense presidential election. the two main candidates have now suspended their campaigns. security is very high preceding the vote after police said they arrested two men just two days ago and what they described as a thwarted terrorist attack. but in today's attack, the shooter reportedly came out of a car, opened fire on a police vehicle. it appears the police officials were specifically targeted. blocking the very wide avenue, cutting across central paris near the champs-elysees. security forces are more widespread in paris since the deadly islamic extremist attacks over the last couple of years, france remaining under a state of emergency this year. the president scheduling an emergency meeting tonight. so that is the latest news. the gunman is dead. one police officer has been killed, two others have been seriously wounded. i'm gregg jarrett. now back to "the five" ." ♪ >> kimberly: the trump administration is stepping up pressure on iran violet deals with multiple foreign policy crises across the g today, nikki haley, the u.s. investor to the u.s., tried to get th
CNBC
Apr 20, 2017 5:00pm EDT
by that potential budget show down. i agree, nothing goes crazy in france. >> you can move higher. >> maybe you get close to 2390. i don't know, i actually don't think it's a great risk reward. i will say the timing by these companies cnbc's larry kudlow, back in the "new york times," i think he said this, he said republicans need to act with some degree of urgency, business leaders. people are starting to get worried nothing will happen here. it doesn't mean there is a key to it. there is an organization or at minstration, they have said that one thing, that's a fact. and they will continue to do that. >> whatever. >> within it gets down to it. i don't expect anything concrete. i do expect, if the environment, he said that, if you listen, he said, we'll get something done by the end of the year? is that an outcome to get them a foundation underneath? >> i think things were in shambles, the disaster or health care. they were not getting help from the democrats. they were backed be i the democrats. >> first to get tax reform done. for all intepts and purposes, that's what that was. i don't know why
CNN
Apr 20, 2017 2:00pm PDT
just expressed condolences to france and said the shooting, quote, looks like another terrorist attack. the president also criticized iran, which he says is not living up to the spirit of the nuclear agreement. and he expressed confidence that china's president is working to contain what mr. trump calls the menace of north korea. also tonight, the kim jong-un regime is making new threats against the united states, vowing, and i'm quoting now, complete destruction that will leave the country in ashes. we're covering all of that. much more this hour with our guests, including congressman ruben gaigo of the housed armed services committee and correspondents and expert analysts are standing by. let's get straight to paris with breaking news. our cnn international correspondent melissa bell is on the scene for us. melissa, this is unfolding right now on the city's busiest streets. tell us the latest. >> reporter: the champs-Élysees is still completely cut off, just over two hours after this attack took place. a lot of the details of what happened have been cleared up by authorities. you kn
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