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this is the w. news line from italy in a shock a drive by shooting spree in the city of much outer leaves six people wounded and the suspect the attack was racially motivated we'll get the latest from a journalist out the see also coming up. u.s. president donald trump releases a controversial memo that alleges misconduct in the f.b.i. and justice department republicans say it proves investigators have connected it with trump's political opponents but critics say the memo doesn't prove anything.
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and super bowl fever takes hold of minneapolis where the new england patriots and philadelphia eagles are preparing to do battle for american football's greatest prize. i'm helena humphrey good to have you with us italy at least six people have been injured in a drive by shooting in the city of much outa a twenty eight year old man is now in custody all of the victims were foreigners leading authorities to suspect the attack may have been racially motivated. it was a bold attack in broad daylight police say a man they fired dent to find is an italian national drove his car along this road and opened fire on passes by several wounded and at least one victim is listed as being in serious condition some of the injured was standing in front of this bakery
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the owner says she's shaken by the violence. a shot right through the window of my bakery i'm really not well something like this isn't easy for someone of my age i need to leave. today. police confirm they've taken the suspect into custody he is reported to have draped him self in an italian flag and yelled long live italy when he was arrested. and we're joined now on the line by journalist francesco tang may from the public broadcasting care who's at the hospital in much out to where the injured have been taken francesco what do we know about the conditions of those who have been injured. how low the reason one of them one of the injured we're seeing in serious condition it's reported to be in a serious condition and. undergo a surgery. but yeah the wires are injured but not sort of serious
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trust into the man who's being nashar this morning by by good men he was wounded in his leg of course shot. if not. seriously very serious condition one of them may undergo surgery all of them all of the injured on the shot people are black people from ghana and nigeria mahdi shia and much rather there are many people from. africa a country and. it's been a terrible. morning a terrible day here in much iraq a terrible atmosphere because as you reported. this was. prevented event and so the c.t.'s dr lee shocked and and those you've spoken to
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naturally all very shocked but have they been able to tell you any more about how this drive by shooting took place. there are. there are people who would ask that the man who was driving around to see and study to shoot. have a place who's driving we need a car and from a car he started to shoot one of the injured was walking and was shot and these mammoth was the man shot was driving around the. car and such as go have you been able to find out any more information about the suspect. i didn't suspect given the tiling the amen tiny and he was the candidate and the last locally lection.
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small villages. much out of that small villages corey dawna he was a candidate for noisily the town and party. right. sorry and as an anti immigrant policy just to point out that all the late. immigrants party are a right wing party in the early. he was a candidate for the local elections in two thousand and seven. when he was kept to now he's in custody he had talent flak and it's important. to underline then much out the. terrible atmosphere of to be told the. dyleski. young girl was dead and the suspect who is being now
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in prison the suspect for her death. a man from nigeria so all right we have to leave it bad analyst francesco told me in much outside the hospital where the injured have been taken thank you french esko thank you now dick us find memos driving a wedge through u.s. politics republicans calling it a proof of bias against president donald trump democrats say it's misleading intended to discredit the ongoing rush or investigation it comes off to trump allowed the release of the memo which accuses the f.b.i. and justice department of abusing their power to spy on one of his aides during the twenty sixteen election campaign. has long had a relationship with the f.b.i. . and special counsel robert muller's investigation into the trump campaign's possible collusion with russia has also been a constant thorn in the president's side. donald trump has accused the f.b.i.
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and the justice department of skewing the russian probe in favor of democrats interests and against those of republicans on twitter he said they were politicizing the investigation. and now a controversial memo is the latest salvo in this conflict drawn up by republicans and released over the objections of the f.b.i. and justice department it alleges antitrust bias at the nation's top law enforcement agencies. a committee led by republican lawmaker devan newness voted to release the memo which says the f.b.i. used improper means to spy on trumped campaign aide carter page. not surprisingly democrats take another view. the top democrat on the committee that voted to release the memo says it's meant to undermine miller's investigation. the point was to selectively declassify information so that it would support
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a narrative favorable to the president a characterization that trump rejects he's defended his decision to allow the memos release the memo was sent to congress it was declassified congress will do whatever they're going to do but i think it's a disgrace what's happening in our country right now some of the other stories making news around the world archaeologists in egypt say they've discovered a four thousand four hundred year old too near the pyramids of giza they say it likely belong to a female priest called het that he was a senior officials of world court well preserved oil paintings depict in hunting and fishing seeds. u.n. experts say north korea's flouting sanctions on oil and gas and its supplying weapons to syria and myanmar airport says pyongyang is illegally exporting commodities like cold and steel any millions of dollars in revenue. in
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the united states there's been more courtroom drama in the sentencing hearings for disgraced gymnastics dr larry nasa a father whose three daughters were abused by nasa launched across the courtroom in an apparent bid to attack the former doctor wellness has been sentenced to hundreds of years in prison for decades of sexual abuse my mind immediately thought of all the time when i was thirteen just a kid and more than listening to his girls evidence who was too much to bear for this father of larry nasser abused all three of his daughters. in the state of affairs you two are the sentencing. to grant me five very much alive this is going to be but. i have a gentle day i that was that was our no sooner i kid you give me one better look at you you know that i can't do that that's now a holiday goes that's right it's because.
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i. can't take larry nasser has admitted to sexually assaulting underage girls while working as a sports doctor including for the u.s. national gymnastics team more than two hundred accuses have come forward and the fifty four year old has been sentenced to up to one hundred seventy five years in prison. randall margrave's has since apologized for the incident the judge says the father will not face charges. in sports news now and in the bundesliga dortmund have quickly forgotten about the departure of star man pia and their eco bomb a young the strike was sold to austin last week but replacement like signing the sheepish y.-e. made a dream debut on friday night a twenty four year old belgian strike a school twice and assisted another as the woman defeated cologne three two on the victory elevates dortmund up to second in the disney. jamaica is
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famous for its reggae lightning quick sprint is and ball plays the caribbean island for us in a box that teams of the winter olympics in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight so iconic that a film was made about them and now that you make and are getting in the limelight ascending the first women's team to the winter games in chiang thank you. and obama of germany at the finishing touches of being the pilot jasmine candied of it telling him and push i carry myself on meticulously preparing. they don't want to be mia participants at the games we are what we call the underdogs no one really expected us to qualify for the olympics and we did no one expects us to perform well and we will they're all goal is to be very competent of beth and i think that will give us the greatest result they would very well jasmin carry and audra had a brief but successful stints in athletics coach sandra kinney asses those are
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ideal requirements the former olympic gold medalist even thinks the jamaican trio are one of the pavements at the games just minutes and is there jasmine is a very good pilot she's also great at implementing things we have created our own language and we understand each other for students are. jamaica qualified with these and the timing couldn't have been more perfect. exactly thirty years ago that country sent their first bobsled team to the winter games they even made a hollywood movie out of it that he stole to this part of that epic team and continues to play a key role. i try to give them what they need to know what they're out for i have experience which is. good for them as for the first time with usually i've seen it before. that is card cuckold and you guessed it after jamaican sprinter usain bolt
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coach he asked his hopes he'll be just as fast as he but i'm holding my breath this is worse than when i was a bobsled. team to make op pumped and already have a battle cry. the way out there it's all in. her legs and. i cannot wait to watch them have been a big to american football now and in sunday's highly anticipated super bowl clash five time champions the new england patriots will take on the philadelphia eagles thousands of fans have already descended upon minneapolis the host city has been very active trying to keep fans busy before the big day. the super bowl is truly something for the census and this super bowl funfair is this close as some fans will get that's because you have to have deep pockets for the full n.f.l. experience most fans have no chance of buying tickets. ok i know they're like six
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thousand votes but some of the fans arriving in the host city will tell you that even with a ticket in hand there's no peace of mind. thought all week we're going to smash tom brady by double digits tell us for four thousand dollars for my ticket yesterday namma lower if you know what your money's on the line your life. back at the funfair fans got a feel for what it's like to be a footballer they had the chance to test a kicking and throwing skills opinion on who will take home the trophy on sunday however remains divided. but everybody tells us the philadelphia eagles and everybody have a has like this made an impact but you know what we've come overcome so many different steps paths are going to win their sick. super bowl ring. whether you're a patriots or eagles fan. the out the help our. most
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will agree that the entertainment value is always on point. here watching the news live from ballin.


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