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hotel right now in the capital city. >> a senior security force says a gunman plowed a car through owe tell barriers and screamed allah akbar during the attack. two prison guards were injured. it is not known if any one was killed. they issued this statement, the u.s. embassy staff has been skad to shelter in place all u.s. citizens -- or they should all shelter in place. u.s. citizens are encouraged to contact their family. they are also encouraged to monitor local media for updates. >> 170 believed to be held hostage right now by gunman at a mali hotel. we will bring you the latest as that develops. >> a third body found inside the apartment building raided early wednesday morning following last week's deadly terror attacks in paris. >> let's get to amy powell who
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is live outside of the embassy in paris. what can you tell us this this morning? >> police have been saying all along they weren't sure whether it was two or three dead bodies in the house raided on wednesday morning. apparently now there was a third. the bodies were so mangled after the explosion and the 5,000 gun shots fired police it was a very difficult crime scene to unravel. i am in front of the national assembly right now. you can see police behind us. there was something of a bomb scare in the neighborhood and a few controlled he can employingses have gone off. this national assembly just voted to extend the state of emergency in france for three more months and the senate is expected to vote on that later today as the jirts run -- jitters run across italy now. they are planning some kind of attack on monday ums in the coming days.
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abaaoud the mastermind or organizer of friday's attacks was caught on cctv in the metro station in the subway station just 200 yards from where one of the cars used by the attackers that hit the outdoor cafe. he was shotted at 10:15 pm friday night on camera. that gives the possibility he was one of the attackers as well on friday night. he was also killed in the raid wednesday morning along with his cousin. here with her final words as she blew herself up. (gunfire n. (gunfire)
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>> media reports are saying not only was she his cousin but also possibly his wife. she was said to be a party girl an outgoing girl that had a difficult childhood having been raised in foster homes. her mother lives in the area. her mother's house was raided. she radicalized very quickly just like she turned on a dime. it has been one week since the attacks in paris exactly. abdeslam is believed to be one of the attackers. that is not a second photo they have put out but they still consider him an extremely wanted man. a friend has been in touch and wants to turn himself in and he realizes it has gone too far but worried isis will seekevenge on his family. to recap that last bit of information, a third body has been found at the scene believed to be a woman but no
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identification on the body yet. leah and heather back to you. >> the fbi on high alert right now tracking potential copy kate attacke attackers. coming on the heels of a brand new threat from isis to america. tell us what is the fbi doing to prepare? >> good morning. thank you so much. the fbi is trying to quell the fears in the wake of the terror attacks. doing a questionable job of it warning of copy cats striking the home land. all the agency has uncovered no credible threat like that in paris, they are tracking dozens of potential terrorists. >> we are not aware of any credible threat here of a paris type attack. we have seen no connection at all between the paris attackers and the united states. isil and its supporters put out all kind of propaganda like
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videos and magazines, but that is not credible intelligence. of course we investigate all of those propaganda threats. >> senior law enforcement officials saying they are well aware of three videos released by isis announcing their intended targets in new york city, times square and american powers of the white house. they said on won the white house will turn black and fire allah willing. and people in the capitol on edge after a leak internal police alert about four middle eastern looking men acting suspiciously in the pentagon metro station two-days after isis announcing dc could be the next target. a retired fbi agent said on the kelly files with director comey's assurances there is a real threat. >> the threat is obviously very real. there was no credible attacks before the attack. we don't have to have necessarily intelligence for an attack occurs.
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an attack sometimes occurs without intelligence and we use intelligence sometimes to preefrp the attacks. >> the case of americans training from syria to iraq is slowing. that could be urging followers to kill where they are. heather? >> lauren green live for us this morning. nice to have you here. a new bill tightening the measures overwhelmingly passed by the house defying obama's veto threats. garrett tenney is here with more on that. >> nearly every republican in the house along with 47 democrats voted for the proposed screening enhancements. it was a two-thirds majority. there's enough support in the house to over come the president's promised veto. the bill still needs to clear the senate and it is not clear if there's the same legal of support for t-- level of suppor. president obama still maintains the bill would create
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significant delays and obstacles for the refugee screening program and congress should focus its efforts elsewhere. >> the idea that somehow they pose a more significant threat nan all of the tourists every single day doesn't jibe with reality. >> the screening process takes 18 to 24 months includes fingerprinting and cross checks with federal agencies. the proposed screening enhancements would add fbi background checks and top security officials signing off is not a threat to the u.s. house speaker paul ryan said his number one priority is protecting the american people. >> our own law enforcement exports are telling us they don't have confidence that they can detect or with the current
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standard in place that isis is not trying to infiltrate the refugee population. this is an you are dent matter. >> the current screening procedures would likely continue as is. and this comes at a time when the department of homeland security confirms to fox news eight syrian refugees were crossing the mexico border at laredo, texas. they say that was two men, two women and four children. they are not commenting further as to whether there was any connection to isis. >> garrett tenney, thank you. >> the presidential candidates are sounding off on the syrian refugees many using the heated debate as a campaign issue. >> i do believe that we should have dr -- we should be supportive of refugees, but i think we need to push the pause button right now. >> we can't take them. we see these people coming by the hundreds of thousands.
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they are young men, they are strong men. they look like soldiers. >> there's a rabid dog running around in your neighborhood probably not going to assume something good about that dog. it is foolish for us to accept people if we cannot have the proper screening. >> turning away orphans, applying a religious test, slamming the door on every syrian refugee, that is just not who we are. >> this is not about slamming the door on anybody. this is about the reality that we should not allow any one in the country unless we know whoer this. >> how unbelievable it is the commander-in-chief threatens to veto a common sense bill. how unbelievable it is he is sitting castigating republicans instead of standing up and leading when we need leadership. >> which presidential candidate has the best plan to handle syrian refugees?
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log on to the fox friends first facebook page after the debate #keep talking. 18-year-old ezra schwartz was killed when a palestinian gunman opened fire on cars stuck in a traffic jam. he crashed his car into traffic and tried to kill more. schwartz was on his way to donate food to soldiers when he was murdered. two other people were killed in the attack. three people now under arrest in the murder of a police officer during a botched robbery outside of los angeles. officer and former marine ricky galvin was in plain clothes in his personal car outside of the downey police station when two young men ran up and opened fire. >> these guys were out looking for somebody to rob they saw officer galvez in his personal car and thought we are going to
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attack him. they are charged with murder one of them just 16 years old. moment ago a convicted spy was released from federal prison in north carolina nearly 30 years being caught selling naval intelligence material to israel. he eventually plans to reunite with his wife in israel where he was granted citizenship back in 1996. >> the time now is 11 minutes after the top of the hour. moment of impact. the traumatic dash kamensky /* -- camera catching this. parents paying the praise for kids behaving badly. where adults can be charged with their child bullying. >> many adelle fans not going to say hello to her album today.
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they are asking all u.s. citizens to find shelter. a postal worker who landed the gyrocopter on the capitol lawn prepared t in a dc court today. >> this is not good, people. >> a lawyer for douglas hughes says he will admit to flying the copter without a license from pennsylvania to dc back in april. he thinks the free years in prison will ask for house arrest or less than six months in prison. hughes says his flight was to protest against big money in government. >> dramatic dash cam video showing the moment a sus speblth was taken out. driving up to 100 miles an hour down a busy street in dallas. they who to use a stop stick to slow him down. it forced the suspect to pull over. after a nearly 2 hour standoff
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he surrendered. >> two-car thieves turned into chauffeurs after the crime. an 8-year-old boy in the back of the car, what next? they asked where he went to school and dropped him off. she left him in the car with keys and went to the post office but when she went out it was missing with her child. the boy was not hurt. it is time to brew on this. parents of bullies could soon be punished by police in wisconsin. the village board there just adopted an ordinance where parents could get police communication if their child was caught bullying. if it happened again they could be fined. $124. >> police hope it will change the rules to change kid's behavior. it is in place in winona,
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wisconsin. ve they haven't issued any fines for that. >> is it fair to punish fair parents or is it going too far? send an e-mail to "fox friend we will share them later in the show. >> the time is 18 minutes after the hour. your child researching isis k e recruiting for class. that's hard to believe. >> facebook helping to ease your broken heart. the feature making it easier to move on.
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>> men storming a luxury hotel armed with guns and grenades taking at least 170 hostages. some of those hostages were just freed but only if they kree sited verses of the qur'an. this attack at a radisson blue hotel in the city of bamako. they could be heard screaming allah akbar as they were attacked. it is unclear if any one was killed. a third body inside the apartment building raided wednesday inside the deadly terror attacks. they found the body of abdeslam and his cousin who blue herself up. home depot in hot water accused of selling dozens of products after they were kree called. >> jerry willis from fox business with what consumers
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need to know. good morning. home depot continued selling products after they were recalled for safety reasons by the consumer product safety commission. 25 products were still on the shelves after being called from 2012 to 2015. you can find the list on fox and >> comfort plus starting may 16th passengers will pay a little more. there will be access to the fair class which will include more perks like leg room. in another story they may have in-flight wi-fi with frequent flyer miles. they will be rolled out beginning next year. reviews say the service could be expensive. >> and if you ever had a painful breakup, well facebook a here to help. the social media company testing a new feature that allows you to limit what you see about your ex and what they see about you.
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do this assignment. >> the shocking homework assignment. >> fox and friend first starts right now. welcome to "fox & friends first". >> it is half past the top of the hour. let's get right to the fox news alert for you. a gunman armed with guns and grenades taking at least 170 hostages. some hostages were freed only if they sited verses of the qur'an. >> this is happening at the radisson blue hotel in bamako. it has 6 turkish airline staff members. they could be heard screaming allah akbar as they attacked. it is unclear if any one has been killed. >> the em bass lee confi/* -- ey staff and all u.s. citizens
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should shelter in place. private u.s. citizens are encouraged to contact their families and monitor local media for updates. >> breaking news at the hour. a third body has been found inside the apartment buildings early wednesday. following last week's deadly terror attacks in paris. let's get right to amy kellogg who is live outside of the national assembly in paris. >> what can you tell us. >> they are not telling whose body is belongs to. they do say it was a woman. it has the question how many pro vved. they said earlier there were 19 attackers in all. we been hearing there have been eight possibly a nine-th. this cell is getting larger. it begs the question how nanny are out there.
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this body was twisted up in the rubble there was such a mangled scene the third floor collapsed when the suicide bomber went off in that raid. so there were body parts and it was a difficult scene to comb through. the third person probably a woman. more big news abdelhamid abaaoud at least the organizer of friday's attack was captured on video in a neighborhood of paris just after the attacks of the cafe concluded on friday and 200 yards from where the car brought the attackers to the cafes was found. that also brings the possibility he may not just have been an organizer but possibly one of the attackers on friday. he was killed in the raid along with his cousin. here were her final words before
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she blew herself up. >> she was said to be a party girl. finally abdeslam who has been the most wanted in europe this week after ahmed hamid abaaoud was identified there's a picture of him in a potential disguise. that has not been confirmed by the police. the last bit of information is it was morocco who tipped off french authorities to the fact that he had returned from syria and was on french soil.
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heather, back to you. takes a coordinated effort. amy kellogg live for us. thank you. >> the fbi is on high alert tracking potential copycat attackers in the wake of the terrorist massacre. the warning coming on the heels of a brand new threat on isis on america. lauren is here with how the fbi is preparing. >> the fbi is trying to quell american fears during the wake of the attack but doing a questionable job. they have uncovered no credible threat here like that in paris and they are tracking dozens of potential terrorists. >> we are not aware of any credible threat here of a paris type attack. we have seen no connection between the paris attackers and the united states. isil and supporters put out all propaganda like videos and magazines but that is not
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credible intelligence. we investigate all of the propaganda threats. >> senior law enforcement officials saying they are well aware of at least three videos released by isis announcing their intended targets, new york city, times square and the seat of american power, the white house. it will be on fire allah willing. four middle eastern looking men acting suspiciously on the ground at the metro station. assurances for a former cia official saying american security capable of forwarding an attack. the united states is the most intelligence apparatus in the world by a wide mar din.
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it gives us a wonderful understanding of the islamic state and we can locate them in many cases. >> the pace to americans traveling to syria and iraq is slowing and it could mean isis is urging followers to kill where they are. >> thank you, lauren. a show down between syrian refugee. a new bill tightening screeng measures overwhelmingly passed by the house defines president obama's veto threats. garrett tenney has more. >> good morning. nearly all republicans in the house along with 47 democrats voted for the proposed screening enhancers. there is enough support in the house to over come the president's promised veto. the bill needs to clear the senate. it is not clear if there is the same level of support there. despite yesterday's vote president obama still maintains the bill was creating
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significant delays for the refugee screening program. congress should focus its efforts elsewhere. >> the idea that somehow they pose a more significant threat than all of the tourists that come into the united states every single day just don't describe wit-- jibe with realit. >> it baffles me. i for the life of me don't understand why a veto threat came as it did ee special gli ent -- especially given the fact that his own law enforcement came and testified there are gaps in the refugee program. >> currently they go to a screening process and take 18-24 months and includes fingerprinting by several agencies. it would add fbi background checks and top officials signing
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off the refugee is not a threat to the u.s. eight earian refugees were taken by the border departments. two men and two children had been turned over to isis for processing and will go through the standard immigration review process. the police may be closing in on whoever murdered a pregnant wife. they took dna some pells from and questioned three men in connection with amanda blackburg's shooting death. investigators believe a shooter broke into the home and shot amanda in the head while her toddler head waudz up stairs. >> a botched robby outside -- robby outsi/* robbery. who young men ran up and opened
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fire at a police officer. they are charged with murder, one of them 16 years old. the time is now about 20 mints to the top of the hour. a fox news alert. brand new images just in showing hostages being escorted out of the hotel under siege bee terrorite -- by terrorists in mali. wind forces a pilot to land sideways. first let's look at the weather.
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announcer: right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. >> more on the fox news lart we have been following in mali. brand new photos of hostages coming out of a luxury hotel with guns and grenades. somerset free only after reciting verses of the qur'an. they could be heard screaming allah am bar during the attacks. three people reportedly dead but that is not yet confirmed. president obama answer briefed on the investigation.
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a senate committee investigates how much tax payer money is xent on paid ads for the president's plan. the are concerned the money is not being tracked. they want a complete account of agency spending. >> all bets are off for fantasy sports. this her putting a ban on all paid fantasy football for any one under 21. that includes pro, college and high school sports. it is the latest crack down on fantasy sites where multiple states of lawmakers consider them illegal gambling. heather, you can stay connected in the air which may make holiday travels a little less hectic. get ready to pay. we have the domestic airline wi-fi breakdown. >> i feel like a big hipster.
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recruitment for the ruthless terror group. a reporter has more on how the backlash is having the schools react. >> i was like, what are you talking about. >> she couldn't believe her 14-year-old daughter was given a homework assignment to draw a propaganda poster for a terrorist organization. >> my initial response is there is no way that you are going to do this assignment. >> to complete her homework, she ended up on the internet when she typed in how to recruit for isis into goog. her mother thinks it's an inappropriate topic for her teenage daughter to explore when we remain on high alert. she wrote a letter to the teacher and principal asking for an explanation. >> in light of what happened in paris, is that the reason for this assignment? i feel a different type of
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assignment or report could have been chosen or a discussion in class on the tragic events. >> she received a response apologizing for the misunderstanding and informing her the signment had been canceled. she received a phone call from the principal also. >> they sat down with this particular teacher and that it has been taken care of. the assignment that have been turned in that they have, have been shredded. >> she never turned in her poster and brought it home to show her mother. >> when i found out she kept it, i told her to rip it. >> it was handed out by afirst- employed. an off duty pilot's free ride sparks a panic at los angeles international airport. the man in full uniform was trying to board an empty delayed jetblue flight. but an employee thought he was an unauthorized person. the bomb squad called in and
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passengers bags rechecked. the pilot was supposed to be an earlier version flight and was granted permission to get a free ride on jetblue. better safe than sorry. talk about turbulence. strong, gusty winds shaking a plane in ireland forcing the pilot almost to land sideways. the last second, the winds proved to be too much, and the pilot took off again, circling around the area and taking off safely. >> rather be a little bit late. now to a story going viral. a heartwarming good deed by a new york city subway rider. kay brown giving a barefoot homeless woman the shoes right off her feet. another rider gave her a pair of thicker socks to wear for her six-block walk home. >> mom's got some moves. ♪
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>> a group of moms in texas surprising their son's football players with a dance performance. the boys storming the court to hug their moms when it was over. >> so cute. the time is now 64 minutes after the hour. terrorists holding more than 100 people hostage at the high end hotel in mali. the breaking developments just in. parents paying the price for their kids' bad behavior? adults facing fines for their child's bullying. fair or going too far? your e-mails up next.
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get your free pair and valuable coupons at always the latest now on breaking news we're following. new reports right now that three people are dead in a hotel siege in mali. fox news still working to confirm that information. the gunmen storming the radisson hotel and took 170 hostages. some of them just set free only after reciting verses of the koran. a third body found in the rubble of an apartment on wednesday. the body is that of a woman but her identity not yet known. the fbi tracking dozens of potential copycat attackers after the white house is -- there is no credible threat against america. time for the good, the bad and the ugly. a medical miracle. doctors successfully separated
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conjoined twins. they shared parts of their liver and heart. they're getting stronger and breathing on their own. the bad, a takedown at los angeles international airport. a traveler from mexico busted trying to smuggle in 450 individually wrapped pork tamales. he lied to border agents when they asked about carrying food. finally, the ugly. on field, a massive wind gust helps them score a goal tore the other team. they tried to kick the ball toward the goal you instead the wind sent it the other way into his team's goal. it's time for your brew on this responses. parents of bullies could soon be punished by police in clover, wisconsin. the board adopted a new ordinance where police get notification if their child is caught bullying. if it happens again within 90 days, they could be punished. jean writes, sounds good. especially if the parents and
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child have been warned and not changed behavior. >> can't blame parents for the kids mistakes. >> it makes them aware of the kids doing a it. ir. "fox and friends" sarts now. good morning. it's friday, november 209, 2015. i'm elisabeth has bell. this is a fox news alert for you. we're waking up this morning to more terror. another attack under way. gunmen holding 200 hostages at a luxury hotel in mali. how this is connected to the paris attacks. live with the breaking details. >> that's terrible. brand new details emerging about the female bomber who blew herself up 48 hours ago. that was it. there she is in the tub


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