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Dec 11, 2017 6:30pm EST
of the ordinary israeli upbringing i was a soldier i was a very devoted to his or. i grew up in tel aviv with parents as. dissident in the us of angry with the political establishment of israel more critical than all the millions like. they the clearly session of the state it was fourteen if me one hundred forty eight we were way down in the name. then we got to understand leave that there is no other way but fight because otherwise they wanted us all in the sea and it's not a joke. every night. all we were. attacked by the arabs arabs or we will we were attacking them it was a war. and they bombast every morning and we didn't even have shared this. in may sixty seven there was in a very great anxiety fear that it's going to be built terrible destructive war so i really felt really sad that i'm shopping. one on one. it was very frightening but there was very young i really liked the feel of the hood. and i remember my father went to the call and we went all over the west bank we went we still was a member and we felt like the new owner was coming to inspect on your for the tree . if
Univision
Dec 11, 2017 6:30pm EST
defender a palestina. jorge: el ejÉrcito israelÍ dijo que ataco grupos de hamas en gaza. la semana pasada dos combatientes de hamas murieron y otras cinco fueron heridas. ilia: 335 alcaldÍas fueron ganadas por maduro y el estado petrolero. vamos con un adelanto de lo que tendremos esta noche. le diremos cÓmo es la bomba casera utilizada por el hombre que atacÓ nueva york. el tribunal electoral de honduras dijo que revisÓ casi 5000 actas de las elecciones y no encontrÓ pruebas de fraude. hernÁndez le lleva una ventaja importante a su contrincante. el presidente dijo que construirÁ una base en la luna. siguiendo con el tema de la peticiÓn al congreso que hacen tres mujeres que acusan al presidente trump de acoso, deberÍa el congreso investigar las conductas de acoso sexual en contra del presidente? utilizan el hashtag lunessocial. jorge: millones de devotos se acercan a la basÍlica de guadalupe para rendir homenaje a la patrona de mÉxico. volvemos. ilia: la basÍlica de guadalupe rebasa de fervor por la llegada de millones de fieles a rendir homenaje a la santa patrona de mÉxico
LINKTV
Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm PST
who were killed friday when israeli warplanes dropped bombs on several buildings. the palestinian health ministry said at least 25 others were injured in the airstrikes, including six children. reuters video of the aftermath showed a bloodied baby crying while being treated in a gaza hospital. israel's assault came after palestinians fired at least two rockets into southern israel. the rockets did not cause any injuries or damage. elsewhere, israel said it had destroyed a partially-y-constructed tunnnnel connectiting the g gaza strip to israeli territory. the escalating violence came amid spiraling tensions over president donald trump's decision last week to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel and to relocate the u.s. embassy there. over the weekend, israeli security forces killed at least two palestinians and injured hundreds more as protests raged across the occupied west bank, east jerusalem, and the gaza strip. over the weekend, palestinian authority president mahmoud abbas said he will not meet mike pence during his planned trip to the region this month. and the arab
RT
Dec 11, 2017 6:00pm EST
the suspect is arrested in new york called ation injuring three people. and the israeli prime minister is in europe seeking support for donald trump running. out international live from our moscow studio with me and welcome to the program new york has now really avoided a deadly terrorist attack police have detained one suspect two along with three other people sustained non life threatening injuries in an explosion at the city's main bus terminal the state governor says the man was influenced by extremist groups including islamic state. i would say influenced by i don't like the condemnation of the word inspired but influenced by these groups here you can see what's believed to be the moment of the explosion we can't verify the authenticity of the video and you can see a flash followed by a cloud of white smoke and people fleeing as the smoke clears one person is seen lying on the ground caleb maupin reports from the scene of the attack. well we're here on eighth avenue and the city is breathing a sigh of relief in the aftermath of an explosion in the subways now rush hour in
PBS
Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm PST
head of state to visit syria since its civil war began in 2011. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu urged the european union today to follow president trump's lead in recognizing jerusalem as his country's capital. he met with the e.u.'s foreign policy chief, federica mogherini, in brussels. afterward, in a joint news conference, netanyahu praised mr. trump's decision, and called on more nations to do the same. >> i think what president trump has done is put facts squarely on the table. peace is based on reality. peace is based on recognizing reality. jerusalem is israel's capital. no one can deny it. it doesn't obviate peace, it makes peace possible. >> woodruff: but mogherini said she made clear to netanyahu that the european union's view remains unchanged. after their meeting, she said all 28 member states would continue recognizing tel aviv as israel's capital. >> i have to say that prime minister netanyahu realized, i think, from the ministers themselves that there is full e.u. unity on this, that the only realistic solution to the conflict between israel and palestin
Al Jazeera
Dec 12, 2017 2:00am +03
by an interfaith group is a personal initiative but israeli media has reported its part of efforts to strengthen ties between israel and bahrain alan fischer reports from occupy. that story behind the really delegation has kept a relatively low profile since arriving at the weekend the turned down interview requests twenty five people from expat group city want to build peace and cooperation the visit was organized by a jewish group the simon wiesenthal center in los angeles but one expert says the timing sends a terrible message as that ali is they were trying to do a big fuss out of this. in the media that. this group coming from bahrain and all kind of relation you know with with the arab world is. usual they have been protests across jerusalem in the occupied west bank says donald trump and i used his unilateral decision that the u.s. would recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel there's been widespread condemnation across the world to the group says its trip had been planned for months it was reported locally that the bahraini delegation wanted to visit a mosque while they w
Al Jazeera
Dec 12, 2017 1:32am +03
beirut sunday between protesters and security forces near the u.s. embassy israeli military says it's launched airstrikes on the gaza strip on twitter it said an israeli tank and warplanes have targeted hamas posts in the southern parts of the region it says the attacks were launched in response to rocket fire from gaza police in new york have arrested a man with a pipe bomb strapped to him which went off in the subway near times square the man identified as twenty seven year old. was injured in that blast three other people also suffered minor injuries. a massive wildfire is threatening coastal times in california showing no sign of slowing down the fire has burned nearly eight hundred buildings and ninety three thousand hectares it's currently burning in ventura and santa barbara county about one hundred sixty kilometers northwest of los angeles firefighters have been hindered by the mind to raid and the early six thousand of them are working to contain the blaze thanks appear come up today my chin asea is next. on tell me because the gulf cooperation council although there's n
RT
Dec 11, 2017 5:30pm EST
causation injuring three people. and the israeli prime minister is in europe seeking support for the.
LINKTV
Dec 11, 2017 2:30pm PST
has made you know he is the first israeli debt to visit. the eu headquarters in brussels over twenty years priti officials said they wouldn't break with the status quo they insist that the city must be the capitol for both israelis and palestinians more that wouldn't t go to brussels our correspondent kevin as a is that. and that yeah we had then the official act ii you view if you like is that a view that is shared by all of the states. well you sad about all indeed stenson's between the difference. twenty eight capitals some are more buyers stuart smallest line and saw more to words israel that is as i can see there are tensions there are differences asian capitals. we know very dustin thatt sweden eyes recognize the state of israel we know that germany has always been a strongg diplomatic ally of the. of israel and we know that as of last week for instance henry blocks and vetoed a. rezillos not woods calmly come then. yet all trump's decision to recognize that jerusalem as the capital of israel i still it o only the capitalo states buddies. palestine and israel at the same time a
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 11:02pm CET
. clearly all we know that one individual thank god was unsuccessful and is a. also coming up israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu came to europe today with a message on jerusalem followed the lead of u.s. president donald trump the reply netanyahu received was clear and unanimous. we like that we little to agree with you know. and i'm my ass waiter in jerusalem the e.u. has condemned u.s. president outruns declaration that jerusalem is the israeli capital but israel is betting that many european countries are about to follow in america's footsteps. and we begin the day with a would be suicide bombers botched terror attack in new york city and that is how police are describing the explosion that rocked the city's port authority bus terminal during the morning commute for people suffered burn wounds including the suspect a twenty seven year old man from brooklyn believes say he detonated a pipe bomb attached to his body and what his motive was or who his target was or whether or not he acted alone we do not know tonight no group has claimed responsibility either police say the suspect m
Bloomberg
Dec 11, 2017 5:00pm EST
capital. almostad an exchange for two hours and we underlined a lasting peace between israelis ad palestinians and we have consolidated and united position. netanyahu said that recognizing jerusalem was stating a reality on the ground. theresa may has given into critics who want parliament to have more power to scrutinize laws. her official spokesman said that the prime minister has accepted a change and is drafting a law to prepare for the u.k.'s exits from the bloc. this is bloomberg and we will have more technology coming right up. we are turning to a developing story with disney in pursuit of a deal with fox assets. comcast says they are no longer engaged in a review and said that we never got to the level of engagement needed to make an offer. -- ing us now is still with us is bob mcdonnell. we have -- bob o'donnell. talking about this, but what do you read into the statement from comcast? this came out of the blue and we were not expecting a statement at this point. it is coming down to the wire and it is fascinating the comments they made. they never got deep into analyzing
CNN
Dec 11, 2017 2:00pm PST
israeli action in gaza. have you heard anything at all to corroborate that? >> i've not heard it firsthand. i've heard it second hand, but, again, you know, isis and al qaeda and the islamists have been saying this now for the last 30 years. any action we take in support of israel, any time israel defends itself, any offensive action by israel is used as a pretext or an excuse for an attack. we can't allow that to guide our policy. again, it would well be a motive for him, but they've used this excuse for years. so, again, it's possible, but that shouldn't affect our policy in any way. >> was the suspect, as far as you know, congressman, a suspect on the radar of any law enforcement agency, any terror watch list? >> wolf, from all i've heard, no, he's not on any lists. he's not been subjected to any investigation or examination before, but it also drives home, again, i think the importance of having surveillance in the communities where the threat can come from. because it's only intelligence that can really stop this. you know, a person getting on a plane with a bomb can be stop
FOX
Dec 11, 2017 5:00pm EST
spuxts la 23r bangladesh and lives in brooklyn he cited israeli action news gaza as motive for attack and was inspired by isis. >> let's be clear as new yorkers our lives resolve around the subways. when we hear of attack on subway it's unsettling. >> is and let's be also clear this was an attempted terrorist attack. thank god perpetrator would not achieve ultimate goals. >> bus service in the areas with disrupted with the attack and it has been since res restored. >> and the pentagon will allow transgender people to enlist in the military. starting january 1. that's despite opposition from the trump administration. and the new policy reflects it growing legal pre issue. two federal courts ruled against the trump administration ban on transgender individuals from entering the military dwri. potential transgerpd recruits will vl to overcome a lengthy strict set of physical, mental and medical done join the armed services. >> and new calls for congress to launch a sexual harassment investigation. >> several waem caused president of sexual misconduct spoke together during a joint
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 11:00pm CET
pipe bomb online. e.u. member states have told israeli prime minister binyamin netanyahu that they will not follow the u.s. in moving their embassies to jerusalem netanyahu held talks on monday with e.u. foreign ministers in brussels he had urged them to follow the u.s. and recognize jerusalem as israel's capital. with russian president vladimir putin has ordered a partial withdrawal of its country's troops from syria he made the comments on a surprise visit to a syrian air base on route to egypt. russia has been syrian government's main military back in the country's ongoing civil war. china is denying reports in germany that it used to social networking site linked in together personal information about german politicians and all the officials germany's domestic intelligence agency sat more than ten thousand germans have been targeted by chinese spies posing as had tons has a research is that beijing sat there was no truth in the accusations. morning rush hour in manhattan an explosion at one of the city's busiest transit hubs four people injured including a suspected terrorist w
RT
Dec 11, 2017 5:00pm EST
russian troops from syria . so the israeli prime minister is in europe seeking support for donald trump's recognition of jerusalem as israel's capital but the e.u. foreign policy chief makes it clear that brussels will not follow suit. a good evening to you my name's neil harvey this is r.t. . new york narrowly avoided a deadly terror attack after a botched attempt to detonate an explosive device at a subway station near times square police have detained one suspect who along with three other people sustained non-life threatening injuries the governor of new york says that the suspect was influenced by groups such as islamic state i would say influenced i don't like the connotation of the word inspired but influenced by these groups. and you can see what is believed to be a video of the boat attack we cannot verify its authenticity at this point you see a fair leaf in the aftermath of an explosion port new journey into the port authority building and that building so as you see crowds and crowds of people piled into subway trains trying to get into manhattan people are asking abou
Al Jazeera
Dec 12, 2017 1:00am +03
big or small only give more resistance or make us feel that we are not alone the american israeli resolution which is supported by some arab countries the aim of it to clear the palestinian cause that's the danger that the palestinian people face we should confront it the nation as a whole should confront this dangerous american project and try to impose a solution for the palestinian people. c.n.n. has more now from beirut. trucks decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel in one way or the other is serving hezbollah's interests because hezbollah really has long championed the palestinian cause as its own ever since its inception through your three decades ago and as of late in the past few years it has come under a lot of criticism of the sauce a lot of support in the arab world and here in lebanon for militarily intervening in syria many people no longer regarded it as a resistance movement that it became a sectarian militias and that it was serving iran's interests but now hezbollah saying the fight against isis is driving down to the so-called resistance axis wi
RT
Dec 11, 2017 4:30pm EST
you're up to date join me for the latest news in half an hour. i am an israeli old woman that was born in haifa loves and i can fully and ache for weight i cannot agree with so many things that's going on in my country it bothers me. it changed my life externally. is the only. warning people of my put in a certain way holocaust bibles i'm called actually of them or. really deal cause enough one was. amusing and he's a very ordinary person who found himself wondering and the face of history. and i had to. to decide what to do the same situation and hopefully i found a way to. to give a meaning to a senseless. killing. your studies. my mother was born in siberia and she was but fifteen or sixteen after they were volution their whole family came to israel in the beginning of the twenty is nineteen twenty something. on a boat my father though that was born in jerusalem met my mother in the port when thereafter israel and they let married. my father from germany when most of poland were both. part of the socialists ernest movement they felt at the time that the best thing to do in life was
Al Jazeera
Dec 12, 2017 12:00am +03
resistance or make us feel that we are not alone the american israeli resolution which is supported by some arab countries the aim of it to clear the palestinian cause that's the dangers that the palestinian people face we should confront the nation as a whole should confront this dangerous american project and try to impose a solution for the palestinian people. said honda has more now from beirut. trucks decision to recognize tourism is the capital of israel in one way or the other is serving hezbollah's interests why because hezbollah really has long championed the palestinian cause as its own ever since its inception three that's a huge three decades ago and as of late in the past few years it has come under a lot of criticism of the sauce a lot of support in the arab world and here in lebanon for militarily intervening in syria many people no longer regarded it as a resistance movement or that it that it became a sectarian militias and that it was serving iran's interests but now hezbollah saying that the fight against isis is driving down and outs of the so-called resistance a
CNN
Dec 11, 2017 1:00pm PST
motivation was the recent israeli actions in gaza. he also did pledge his allegiance to isis. we've also learned that he lived in brooklyn and federal authorities are doing search warrants connected with some of the addresses that he may have lived at. we also know most recently he was working electrical area in this area of port authority and that's possibly why he picked this area to set off this explosion. before that, we know at one point he was a cab driver. so a lot of what authorities are learning in conversations with him, they're now going to go and follow up and see how much of that is actually corroborated through family members, conversations with his brother and other family members that they want to talk to, jake. >> all right. brynn gingras in new york city for us. thank you so much. i want to bring in republican congressman adam kinzinger of illinois. kmong, always good to see you. the white house said today that the president's immigration plan would have kept this terrorist suspect out of the country. is that true? >> possibly. look, i don't like when the president
RT
Dec 11, 2017 4:00pm EST
palestinians have so far been killed two thousand people injured by the by the israel's israeli security services and this is just the beginning stages of the one was also very harsh in what he had to say he said that israel is using the situation to crack down on gas at the crack down on how much of palestinians who also said that this is a crime what is happening and cannot be ignored by the international community in. the american decision to relocate these really capita led to huge wave of criticism for protestors against this decision were killed by israeli soldiers thousand were injured israel is. on the flames it sees in this wave of protests to oppress palestinians i'm not used to receiving. lectures. about morality from a leader who bombs kurdish villagers in his native turkey. hopes you're on the wrong international sanctions and. with so much going on the timing of this visit was also rather interesting because it had been planned well in advance but you know because so many of them to be taking place at the time and glad to meet putin and president deadline to meet and to dis
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 9:00pm GMT
prospects for peace between the israelis and the palestinians, and they discussed syria. this is the really interesting point between the two because you will remember, two years ago, the two men also came to blows with a russian jet was shot down by turkish military over turkish airspace and they were on opposite sides on the war in syria, turkey backing the rebels against president assad, vladimir putin and russia backing the assad regime but there has been an incredible rapprochement between the two. i say incredible, the reason there has been a rapprochement, there is a you scratch my back, i scratch yours on this because turkey has tolerated and in effect backed or endorsed russia supporting the assad regime in return for russia allowing turkey to send its troops into northern syria to hammer the kurdish militants in syria. so it is really both sides basically allowing each other to further their own aims and objectives in syria and turning a blind eye to what they don't like and that is the basis of that rapprochement, that is why these two leaders stood together in ankara
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 10:00pm CET
did that was the message today from israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu to the european union over jerusalem the response from brussels thanks but no day. plus political leaders here in berlin are being warned that they are the target of chinese cyber spotters germany's intelligence service says that china is using the social networking site linked in to spy on thousands of german officials. i bring golf it's good to have you with a star ninety eight twenty seven year old man is in police custody after detonating an explosive device in new york city's port authority bus terminal officials say that he was inspired by so-called islamic state and that he learned to make the pipe bomb on the internet. many new yorkers worst nightmare this is the moment a bomb exploded in a subway in the world's busiest bus station. and then panic broke out at the pool authority bus terminal hit by the explosion right in the middle of rush hour there . i see that look like the. night light. women. and nobody. called the plan you were. here only. police and other fast responders rushed to the scene
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 3:59pm EST
promise. these neighborhoods in northwest syria and along the jordanian and israeli borders. within these pockets of promise, we can change people's lives and ultimately the region by working with our local partners to build hospitals and schools with modern curricula. in iran, too, we can make a difference. the president's recent decision to decertify the iran deal was itself a step in the right direction. the iran deal single-handedly gave international legitimacy to an enemy regime openly committed to the destruction of the united states and its allies. this deal was indeed a bad one. it's -- its only achievement, if it can be called such, was deferring the question of when, not whether iran will be able to achieve a nuclear weapon, and it only hardened the hostile voices against the united states, allowing them to build a case that those who oppose the deal are enemies of the ironnian -- iranian people. this assertion is plainly false. as the president noted in his address to the united nations, the good people of iran want change, and they are the regime's longest suffering vic
Bloomberg
Dec 11, 2017 3:30pm EST
. reiterated its position on jerusalem during talks with israeli prime minister netanyahu. he has joined many e.u. leaders expressing disapproval of the u.s. decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital. >> during the exchange with the prime minister for almost two hours, myself and the 28 foreign thatters underlined lasting peace between israelis and palestinians remains a priority for the european union. we have a united position. mark: that knocked out -- netanyahu on the first official israeli the u.s. by an leader in 22 years said it was merely stating the reality on the ground. a one-page analysis was released ready treasury department today. the report did not include specific calculations for the effects offered by elements of the presidents economic agenda such as a regulatory rollback. critics say the report lacks critical analytic backing. the new york governor and puerto rico governor have announced plans to rebuild the island's electric power system which was severely damaged by hurricane maria in september. in an email statement, governor cuomo says the new system wo
RT
Dec 11, 2017 3:30pm EST
countries that lack any credibility when it comes to treating both israeli and of credibility i think those are the key words so i guess the u.s. is not going to lecture itself being as the one that it's lacks the most credibility when it comes to mediating between the that it's a transit here. here is that you know. there was the security council was called an emergency meeting everyone discussed it and we had. one country one of the united nations defending it i mean it's been roundly criticized as we all expected it would be it is very very rare that an american president makes a decision that has absolutely no benefit for his own country and this is exactly such a decision this decision is not beneficial to the united states in fact it's very detrimental to the u.s. diplomacy in the middle east into the u.s. position in the middle east and the overall in the world i think you can even go further alex i think you know when allies are put into a precarious position i mean like it or not the united states and israel are close allies here but trump is actually endangering israel in mu
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 3:19pm EST
help achieve peace between israelis and palestinians. and our peace team remains hard at work putting together a plan and we're going to continue pushing forward. i'm going to take one last question. reporter: the last suspect of terrorism, were not from syria or iraq. thursday the russians stopped their operations and said that they'd gotten rid of isis in syria. saturday the iraqi prime minister said the fight against isis is won. why would the u.s. still need to fight on the ground over there? sarah: as long as there's any member of isis left, we want to continue pushing forward and making sure not only that they're eradicated but that they don't quickly turn around and come back. and we'll continue to push forward in making sure we do what we can to defeat isis on all fronts. and certainly that we do what we can to protect american lives. thanks so much, guys. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2017] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> president trump wil
CNN
Dec 11, 2017 12:00pm PST
the recent israeli actions in gaza that drove him to his act of terror. he's said to have made this explosive device at his workplace although it is unclear what he does for work after leaving his former job as a taxi driver. let's go to brynn gingras, our correspondent near times square and near the scene of the explosion. we are hearing that the suspect is talking. what are investigators sharing with you? >> reporter: brooke, we are learning a lot through those conversations as the suspect 27-year-old akayed ullah is sharing with them from his hospital room. he did this because of the recent israeli actions in gaza. he also told investigators he did this in the name of isis. that's another thing that law enforcement now is going look into. if there's any sort of background to that, any social media interactions and visits to foreign countries to support that claim that he made to investigators in those initial conversations. i know you just mentioned that he said that he made this bomb at his work, a little bit of conflicting information there. we are also hearing it's possible he
RT
Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm EST
the egyptian counterpart and. also the israeli prime minister is traveling around europe aiming to rounds support for donald trump's recognition of jerusalem as the capital of israel however the foreign policy chief made it clear that europe would follow suit. very good evening to you you're watching international. new york narrowly avoided a terrorist attack today after a botched attempt to detonate an explosive device in a subway station near times square police of detain one suspect two along with three other people to stay non-life threatening injuries the governor of new york says that the suspect was influenced by groups such as islamic state. i would say influenced by i don't like the connotation of the word inspired but influenced by these groups. here we can see what is believed to be a video of the botched attack we cannot verify its authenticity as yet you can see followed by a cloud of white smoke and then people fleeing the scene followed by a cloud of white smoke and then people fleeing the scene as the smoke clears one person is seen lying on the ground. now are to k
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 8:15pm CET
u.s. diplomacy both israelis and palestinians lay claim to jerusalem and trumps criticizes did not want to place peace negotiations at risk. palestinians responded with anger. in the wake of the announcement palestinian protesters clashed with israeli security forces. the decision was welcomed by many israelis who've always regarded jerusalem as israel's attorney and undivided capital and the palestinians the move means giving up hope that east jerusalem would be the capital of a future palestinian state. the us appears to have extended formal recognition of israel's occupation of the west bank and it's an extension of east jerusalem which began more than fifty years ago. in one thousand nine hundred forty nine after the arab israeli war a line of demarcation was drawn in green ink under the honest disagreements the line divided the land and the city of jerusalem into east and west forming the de facto border of the new state of israel since its victory in the six day war of one nine hundred sixty seven israel has repeatedly redrawn this line mainly through the expansion of jewish
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 7:00pm GMT
christmas spirit thinking that leave and remain above be happy about the same thing. the israeli prime minister and the eu foreign policy chief have publicly disagreed over the us decision to recognisejerusalem as the country's capital. federica mogherini has said the eu would not recognise jerusalem as the capital, as president trump did last week. meanwhile, the israeli prime minister, benjamin netanyahu, said the us decision was a recognition of reality. critics continue to demonstrate against mr trump's decision. in beirut today, tens of thousands of supporters of lebanon's hezbollah demonstrated chanting "death to america!" and "death to israel!". our middle east correspondent martin patience was there. an extraordinary turnout, is expected here in the southern suburbs of beirut which is the strong but —— stronghold of hezbollah are. hundreds of supporters turning out onto the straight from all walks of life, this is more of a movement thanjust a political grip and they have been denouncing the decision of donald trump to name jerusalem denouncing the decision of donald trump
CNN
Dec 11, 2017 11:00am PST
and it was because of israeli actions in gaza, the unrest there after the president recognized jerusalem as israel's capital. apparently that's part of the reason why he did what he did. obviously, of the investigation is still very, very early. investigators will clearly have more questions for him. again, he lived in brooklyn and was wearing what investigators describe as a low-tech device strapped to his body. that device they described as a pipe bomb. he apparently used a velcro and zip ties to attach the device to his body and there may be some confusion to some people watching this. they may be wondering why they are calling it an attempted terrorist attack. investigators say probably the reason for that is that they believe that the device at this point may have prematurely or partially detonated. so obviously, this is a situation that could have been much, much worse. just to describe the location of where it happened, i'm at 42nd and eighth avenue, an intersection, brooke, you're well familiar with right across from port authority. the device was detonated below ground
NBC
Dec 11, 2017 11:00am PST
president trump's decision last week to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel. meanwhile, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has urged the european union to back a new u.s. peace initiative in the middle east. nbc's bill neely reports from jerusalem. >> reporter: well, there is a demonstration outside the u.s. consulate in jerusalem, palestinians again protesting at donald trump's recognition of jerusalem as israel's capital. they're angry. they're furious. they're also in despair because they really can't see any way that this decision is going to be reversed. but basically there's been no street protests in jerusalem, apart from this one, for the last 48 hours. and some of the skirmishes on the west bank seem to have fizzled out as well. diplomatically, both sigh sides, israelis and palestinians are trying to rally world opinion. so the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is in brussels calling on europe leaders to follow president trump's lead. they've made quite clear that they will not do this, that they find recognizing jerusalem unhelpful to the peace process,
FOX Business
Dec 11, 2017 2:00pm EST
help achieve peace between israelis and palestinians. our peace team remains hard at work putting together a plan. we'll continue to push forward. take one last question. phillip. reporter: sarah, the lassus speck of terrorism were not trained in syria or iraq. thursday the russians operation said that they had gotten rid of isis in syria. saturday the iraqi prime minister said this fight against isis is won. why would the u.s. still need to fight on the ground there? >> look as long as there is any member of isis left we want to continue pushing forward and making sure, not only that they're eradicated, they don't quickly turn around and come back. we'll continue to push forward making sure we do what we can to defeat isis on all fronts, and certainly we do what we can to protect american lives of the thanks so much, lives. trish: wow, just another day at the office for sarah huckabee sanders. you saw it get very contentious, some reporters, specifically one from cnn, really pushing to try to get his question in. and one reporter actually going so far as to ask her if she had eve
MSNBC
Dec 11, 2017 11:00am PST
the administration remains undeterred in its efforts to help achieve peace between israelis and palestinians and our peace team remains hard at work putting together a plan. we'll continue pushing forward. one last question. >> reporter: so the last suspects of terrorism, were not trained in syria or iraq, and thursday the russians stopped their operations and said they had gotten rid of isis in syria. saturday the iraqi prime minister said the fight against isis is won. why would the u.s. still need to fight on the ground? >> look, as long as there's any member of isis left, we want to continue pushing forward and making sure not only that they're eradicated but they don't quickly turn around and come back, and we'll continue to push forward in making sure we do what we can to defeat isis on all fronts. and certainly that we do what we can to protect american lives. thanks so much, guys. >> a less than pleased sarah huckabee sanders today at the white house podium. let's be clear about something. reporters make mistakes. we're human. sometimes our sources aren't as good as they
RT
Dec 11, 2017 2:00pm EST
with this gyptian counting on . the israeli prime minister is traveling around europe trying to round support for donald trump's recognition of jerusalem as the capital of israel the e.u.'s foreign policy chief made it clear that europe wouldn't be following suit. getting to you my name is neil harvey this is r.t. international. the governor of new york says that today's botched terrorist attack was inspired by islamic state the device was detonated at a subway station near times square police have detained a suspect who along with three other people sustained non-life threatening injuries and new york governor earlier said that this is now a new reality. the reality years that we are a target by many who would like to make a statement against democracy against freedom we're going to get your globe ready in our harbor and that makes your target and that. reports from the scene of the attack. well we're here on eighth avenue and the city is breathing a sigh of relief in the aftermath of an explosion in the subways now rush hour in new york city is quite a big deal monday morning people
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 8:00pm CET
trump did that was the message today from the israeli prime minister to the european union over jerusalem the response from brussels a unanimous thinks but no things plus mission accomplished russian president vladimir putin declares victory in syria and announces a partial withdrawal of russian troops and germany accuses china of using these social networking site linked into spying on thousands of german politicians and officials. i'm off it's good to have you with us a twenty seven year old man is in custody tonight after an explosion rocked new york's port authority terminal officials say that he was inspired by so-called islamic state and that he learned to make his crude pipe bomb on the internet new york city mayor bill de blasio today said authorities knew of no more credible or specific threat. it's to the city now take a look at this video it shows the moment that the explosion happened during the morning rush hour at the intersection of forty second street and eighth avenue that's not far from times square leaving the suspect as you see right here and three other peop
FOX News
Dec 11, 2017 11:00am PST
future of the region, but the administration remains undeterred in its efforts between israelis and palestinians. we will continue to push forward with plans paid one last question. >> reporter: thursdays thursdae russians said they have gotten rid of isis into syria. saturday, the iraqi prime minister said the fight against isis has a won. why would the u.s. still need to fight on the ground? >> secretary sanders: as long as there any member of isis left, we want to continue pushing forward and making sure that only they are eradicated but they do not quickly turned around and come back. and continue to push forward in making sure what we can to defeat isis on all fronts and certainly do it we can to protect american lives. thank you so much. >> dana: the white house briefing wrapping up, and it was a little hot in there. very contested exchanges between sanders and the press over a variety of topics, including today's terror bombing in new york city, chain migration, and a news conference this morning with women who accuse the president of sexual harassment. we have afferent herit
RT
Dec 11, 2017 1:30pm EST
to recognize jerusalem as the israeli capital and to move the u.s. embassy from tel aviv to there this reckless and provocative decision will have consequences that will influence the resolution of the conflict and the stability of the situation. and russia's support for israel and palestine resuming to preserve the disputed issue as they have including the status of jerusalem the solid agreement that takes into account the interests of both sides should be reached we consider any action that anticipates the outcome for peace talks between israel and palestine counterproductive again this was being said in cairo the egyptian capital where it looks like the arab league is ready to convene and come up with a united official response which will basically mean that it's a response from the entire region but even before this week a lot has been said in front of the microphones and in the streets they cannot opposed people's feelings and beliefs this is a new type of adventurism and global arrogance of the u.s. . the kingdom of jordan refuses the recognition by the united states so jeru
Al Jazeera
Dec 11, 2017 9:00pm +03
the trip by an interfaith group is a person initiative but israeli media has reported its past efforts to strengthen ties between israel and fischer reports from occupied east jerusalem. that story behind the bahraini delegation has kept a relatively low profile since arriving at the weekend the turn down interview requests for twenty five people from expat group say they want to build peace and cooperation the visit was organized by a jewish group the simon wiesenthal center in los angeles but one expert says the timing sends a terrible message as that ali is they were trying to pass out of this. in the media that. this group coming from bahrain and all kind of relation you know with the with the arab world is. usual there been protests across jerusalem in the occupied west bank says donald trump and i used his unilateral decision the u.s. would recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel there's been widespread condemnation across the world to the group says its trip had been planned for months it was reported locally that the bahraini delegation wanted to visit a mosque whi
Bloomberg
Dec 11, 2017 1:00pm EST
position on jerusalem during talks with israeli prime minister benjamin yahoo!. -- benjamin netanyahu. they recognize jerusalem as israel's capital. >> ring the exchange we had with andprime minister, myself the foreign ministers underlined that lasting peace between israelis and palestinians remains a priority for the european union. we have a very much united position. netanyahu was on his first visit in 22 years. he said recognizing jews some was -- jerusalem was stating the reality. global news 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries." i'm mark crumpton. in this. annual climaterd days is underway in paris, bringing together world leaders to bring the financial advisors into the fight. it pushed climate change to the talks.nt of the global it is a position he held. we are joined from paris. thank you so much for coming in. after president trump withdrew from the paris agreement was that cities, states, and private sectors would continue the efforts. how much momentum are you seeing in paris, and will it be enough to up
CNN
Dec 11, 2017 10:00am PST
the source said recent israeli actions in gaza are the reason he carried out this morning's attack. the mayor was blunt in calling it terrorism. >> this was an attempted terrorist attack. thank god the perpetrator did not achieve his ultimate goals. thank god our first responders were there so quickly to make sure people were safe. >> the explosion happened in the morning rush hour at one of the busiest transit hubs in new york. the port authority bus terminal. the explosion was caught on tape. commuters are seen walking through a hall way when a burst of smoke erupts. a man detonated a homemade device strapped to his body. the suspect was in police custody. three other people suffered minor injuries. on the scene in new york, what have we learned about the attacker and the possible motive? >> here's the headline. the attacker identified as 27-year-old ula from brooklyn, new york. he is talking to investigators and so far yielded some information. he was very upset about the israeli attacks going on in gaza. that of course to the president recognizing israel as the capital and the
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 7:00pm CET
reception for israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu as he tells foreign ministers their nations should recognize jerusalem as israel's capital. and russian president vladimir putin is on a tour of the middle east he announces a job well done in syria and looks to repair times with egypt so is this an opportunity for moscow to extend its influence amid anger at the u.s. . also coming up in the next sixty minutes and winter hits europe with a vengeance heavy snowfall across the continent creates a win. sure wonderland for some but travel chaos for others. welcome to the show my name sarah harmon it's good to have you with us. a twenty seven year old man is in custody after an explosion rocked new york's port authority terminal police say this incident was terror related but new york city mayor bill de blasio said authorities knew of no more credible or specific threats in the city this video shows the moment the explosion happened during morning rush hour at the intersection of forty second street and eighth avenue not far from times square for people suffered minor injuries polic
RT
Dec 11, 2017 1:00pm EST
to recognize jerusalem as the israeli capital and to move the u.s. embassy from tel aviv to there this reckless and provocative decision will have consequences that will influence the resolution of the conflict and the stability of the situation egypt and russia support israel and palestine resuming talks over all disputed issues they have including the status of jerusalem the solid agreement that takes into account the interests of both sides should be reached we consider any action that anticipates the outcome for peace talks between israel and palestine counterproductive again this was being said in cairo the egyptian capital where it looks like the arab league is ready to convene and come up with a united official response which will basically mean that it's a response from the entire region but even before this week a lot has been said in front of the microphones and in the streets they can. oppose people's feelings and beliefs this is a new type of adventurism and global arrogance of the us. the kingdom of jordan refuses the recognition by the united states so jerusalem is t
CNBC
Dec 11, 2017 1:00pm EST
.' decision to recognize jerusalem as the israeli capital. it's the fifth straight day of demonstrations saudi arabia says it will allow movie theaters to open in the country next year for the first time in 35 years it's the latest social push by the country's young crown prince he was also behind lifting a ban on women driving and bringing back concerts and other forms of entertainment. >>> and questions are being raised today on how the houston texans let quarterback tom savage back in the game after a really hard hit left him on the ground with his hands shaking. coach bill o'brien says savage was cleared to go back in after the initial hit but then after he was rechecked, he was pulled from the game. and the nfl says it's looking into whether or not the proper protocols were followed. back to you. >> thank you, sue. let's get a check on the markets as well. major indiceses trading at this hour dow is up 15 basis points and nasdaq leading the charge up around half a percent. energy tech are your top sectors. sim man tech, apple and ea energy is higher due to names like
Al Jazeera
Dec 11, 2017 8:32pm +03
in beirut on sunday between protesters and security forces near the u.s. embassy israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has europe to follow washington's lead and recognize jerusalem as israel's capital netanyahu was speaking at a head of a meeting with e.u. foreign ministers in brussels where he faced pressure to restart middle east. peace in new york arrested a man with a pipe bomb strapped to him which went off in the subway near times square the man identified as twenty seven year old. was injured in the last three other people suffered minor injuries judges at the international criminal court have referred to the un for failing to arrest sudanese president omar al bashir is wanted on genocide charges arising from the conflict and therefore he was in amman last march attending the arab league summit those are the top stories stay with us inside story is next. the e.u. talks of restarting the middle east peace process while israel's prime minister slams the continent for hypocrisy its european and u.s. policies towards the middle east diverged options to brussels really h
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