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example. almost certainly by coincidence it happened on patriot's day. virtually 18 years to the day after timothy mcveigh attacked oklahoma city. zimbabwe requests the extradition of the american dentist who killed cecil the lion. >> i will build a wall and mexico will pay for it. >> donald trump doing his thing. a glimpse in to a donald trump presidency. an interview with the candidate coming up this hour. welcome to our viewers here in the united states and around the world with. you are watching cnn newsroom. i'm natalie allenen.
newly recovered airplane debris possibly from mh370 is in france right now. a plane carrying it landed at the airport a few hours ago. investigators plan to transport the part to this lab for analysis. investigators seem increasingly confident it came from the wing of a boeing 777. that's the type of plane that went missing almost a year and a half ago with 239 people on board. the debris was found on reunion island in the indian ocean. that's about 3200 kilometers, or 2,000 miles from the original mh370 search zone. boeing and u.s. aviation investigators are sending teams to help analyze the part. officials are also looking for other plane debris on reunion
island. now senior international correspondent has more on that search. >> a wood withen crate carefully packed and tightly sealed here in reunion island. inside the plane debris discovered on a nearby beach days ago. airport workers and police, the crucial cargo is packed and prepared for the flight to france. soon aviation investigators will be able to analyze the debris and hopefully find answers to the multitude of questions surrounding its discovery. how long has it been in the water? how did it arrive on the tiny island east of madagascar and most importantly it is really from mh370? on the stretch of beach where the wreckage washed ashore, the search continues. looking for other possible pieces of debris. reunion residents are keeping an eye out trying to help in the search. this is a small island.
local authorities say they need all the help they can get. further complicating search efforts, a volcano is now erupting on the island. local authorities have already had to evacuate some parts of the island. for now, investigators of the mh370 families await for answers. answers that can't come soon enough. cnn, reunion island. >> those families have been through so much. and now, finally something might just be a breakthrough. let's go to cnn david's molko who's joining the story and following the investigation from hong kong. david, this is such a trying time for so many people there in china and malaysia and other countries that had people on this plane. now that this debris has arrived in france, in the past three hours, what's the process? what do you know about the
process of investigating it? >> natalie, it's a deliberate, by the book process. what you are seeing is this is taking quite a bit more time. more than we thought in the first couple of days. the piece coming back to france, taken to the lab in the south of france. they are expecting malaysian investigators, french investigators, teams from the united states, from boeing and from the ntsb all to arrive. this is all part two with of an international criminal investigation. so there's a judge involved. they are going to be meeting. the analysis of the piece not expected until wednesday. they are doing this by the book because they want to be 100% sure what they are doing, especially for the 239 families who are waiting for any sort of answer. natalie? >> absolutely. hopefully it will be sooner rather than later they find out specifically and determine that this is part of mh370.
interesting, though, that right now officials out of australia, are they still saying they are not doing anything as far as moving assets and where they are searching for the plane. >> that's right. the search zone, the underwater search is continuing off the coast of australia. what the australians have said is if this debris is from mh370 and right now they believe there is a high likelihood of that happening. malaysians have said it is very certain it is from a 777. if that is proven and that's the case, they say it is consistent with the underwater search zone because of the way the currents move. one question that's come up a lot is can they trace the piece back? can that help them to figure out where it came from? let me give you an example why this could be difficult. remember, natalie, that's been in the water for 500 days, if it is proven to be from the plane. we go back to 2009, air france 447. it crashed in the atlantic ocean. they had a pretty good idea
where it was. they found debris, four, five days after that plane went down. it took two years to find that main wreckage on the floor of the atlantic ocean, just to give you some context there. natalie, at the very least, what this could do is give investigators confidence that they are looking in the right place. >> david, thank you. we want to get more analysis on this debris and what it could mean from jeffrey thomas, the editor in chief and managing direct of airline ratings.com. he is joining me from perth, australia. good morning to you. it's been a while but you and i talked many months ago and finally we are able to conduct an interview of possible breakthrough. how confident are you that this piece is mh370? >> gnat ly, i'm very confident that it is from mh370 because a
number of things have happened in the last 12 hours, 24 hours, you know, in australia and malaysia and on reunion island. first of all, the deputy, malaysian transport minister has confirmed this is from a boeing 777. what we are missing is the identification of this piece that links it to the malaysian aircraft, the mh370. but there's only one 777 missing at the moment and therefore the australian investigators have gone on record as saying they are extremely confident that this is from mh370. what they are also saying, and also the university of western australia is saying, that this piece that's arrived at reunion island, come ashore at reunion island is consistent with the drift models. and confirms they are looking in
the right place, which is approximately 1500 miles southwest of perth, western australia. >> so the question is how many pieces have -- if this is conclusively mh370, how many pieces are there in the current, and headed the way that this piece went, and what more, jeffrey, will this piece and how it appears be able to tell investigators perhaps? >> well, that's a fascinating question. speaking to oceanographers about this and the australian transportation safety bureau, they expect more debris to be found around reunion island and on the east coast of madagascar and possibly east africa. there's a channel 9 in australia was reporting this morning there's a possibility that this particular piece actually came ashore in may, several months
ago, but was not reported. that's to be yet to be confirmed by another source, but they are reporting that this morning. so this wouldn't -- if this was the case, it would make reverse modelling of the drift impossible. because we don't know exactly the date that it came ashore. >> so that -- that's quite unfortunate. what about the shape that it is in? we have heard the barnacles on it could tell some things about the path that it took. what will investigators be looking for as far as how it has severed from the airplane? >> indeed. the marine life, the barnacles that have attached themselves, marine biologist seems to be conflicting discussion about what the -- what this tells us. also the boeing folks and the
french authorities, the investigators will be looking very carefully at the damage to this flaperon, to see if there is some about the -- tantalizing -- wrong word, what impact details they can get from the damage to this flaperon. >> as always, thank you and hopefully we will talk to you again when there is a definitive ruling on what they have got here. thank you so much for your time. >> thanks, natalie. both israeli and palestinian leaders say a baby boy burned to death in the west bank was a victim of terrorism. the 18-month-old child was buried on friday. palestinian officials say they hold israel responsible accusing it of turning a blind eye to violence committed by settlers for decades.
cnn's ian lee has more on the attack. >> at 18 months old, the boy didn't understand his reality, but it took him any ways. burned to death in an alleged arson attack by israeli settlers in what is known as a price tag. his small, humble home, gutted in the blaze. his mother, father and 4-year-old brother hold on for life. this is the small room where the family of four was sleeping at the time of the attack. the molotov cocktails, the fire bombs were thrown through a window in this room. right here, you can see what remains of the bed of baby ali, also his milk bottle. there's still milk in it. the first to respond watched helplessly. >> the fire was so strong we couldn't get in. >> reporter: the gra fooe feety on the neighboring house reads revenge. no one was home at the time.
condemnation came swiftly. it's a war with crime and humanitarian crime at the same time. so we will not sit still at all. these attacks will continue. >> reporter: netanyahu visited the family evacuated to an israeli hospital. >> we condemn this. there is zero tolerance for terrorism, wherever it comes from. whatever side of the fence it comes from. we have to fight it and fight it together. >> the family remains in critical condition. over 50% of their bodies burned. the u.n. says there have been 2100 such attacks since 2006. they seem to be increasing in frequency. these range from killings to burning mosques, churches and trees. attacks like the one that happened earlier today can often be the spark that ignites further violence throughout the palestinian territories.
a spark that can set this whole area on fire. ian lee, cnn, in duma, the west bank. >> the baby's death inspired protests along the streets of the occupied west bank on friday. angry palestinians demonstrated and mourn the death of the 18-month-old. enemy demonstrations of another kind are expected to take place hours from now across israel. these rallies will protest thursday's stabbing attack at a jerusalem gay pride parade. a key commander in a militant group tells cnn its founder in chief has been dead nearly a year. taliban sources say that he died after a long illness and was buried in afghanistan's province. the allocate -linked group is blamed for some of the biggest attacks against american targets in afghanistan.
british prime minister david cameron promises more resources to tackal growing migrant crisis but warns there is no quick fix. thousands of migrants have attempted to cross the channel tunnel from france in to britain in the last week alone. cnn's rosy thompkinss has more from london. >> another night, another attempt by hundreds of migrants in the french port to reach brit britten using the euro tunnel. the desperation evident in these photos showing two men clinging to the top of this has it passes through the tunnel. there are 1,000 intrusions and 30 were arrested this night. this capped an especially chaotic week. authorities say some were likely repeat attempts to crosby the same people. many war torn countries like
syria and afghanistan look for life in the west. >> here it is so difficult, so difficult because we sleep outside n the road. in the jung sgll the surge in illegal crossings have severely disrupted passenger and freight traffic through the punl. police say they are outnumbered and overwhelmed. police watch as a young girl is passed over a barbed wire fence. her family looking to sneak aboard a train headed to the u.k. on friday, british prime minister david cameron promised more help. >> take action across the board starting with helping the french on their side of the border. we're going to put in more fencing, more resources, more sniffer dog teams, more assistance in any way we can in terms of resources. >> reporter: 120 additional officers have arrived in recent days to bolster the force already there. friday morning appeared quiet as
officers guarded the entrance to the tunnel. while thousands of migrants buy their time in makeshift camps. come nightfall, many will try again to cross the channel. cnn, london. donald trump says russia's plat vladimir putin has no respect for the u.s. president. his remarks come in an interview with cnn on his scotland trip. stay with us for more on what the boisterous billionaire has on his mind. plus n the u.s., wildfires raging in the state of california and fighting. the flames have cost at least one firefighter his life. that's next. rubut then i got ap domain and built my website all at godaddy. now i look so professional, i just got my first customer who isn't related to me.
. welcome back. if he is collected donald trump predicts he would have a better relationship with putin than current president barack obama. the outspoken billionaire says he has big plans to improve other u.s. interests as well. his remarks came during an interview with cnn's max foster in scotland. >> i used to be 100% loved and now probably 55% loved. so i gave up 45%.
the fact is i'm leading in all of the polls, including your poll. so that's an honor. >> does that surprise you, your success in the polls? >> a little bit because i know i have to be harsh to let people know what is going on. we are talking about illegal immigration, taking care of the vets. taking care of the vets is such an important thing. the veterans in our country are treated so poorly and i would make sure that stopped. i bring up things like that and other things, trade, trade is so big. i would be so god on trade. we're falling behind china. we're falling behind so many other countries. even in education, we're 25, number 25 in education. we have third world countries that are better than us. so we have a long way to go, this country and we will do something i think spectacular if i win. >> you will put a lot of money in to defense spending. where will the money come from? you say you will make friends with russia. >> it will come from a great
economy. a great economy. our economy is very weak. we probably have a 21% real unemployment rate. i heard somebody, a great economist say it is 43% unemployment. if you think it sounds ridiculous but so many people aren't looking for jobs. >> how are you going to create jobs. >> we will create greatness for our country. make our country great in the sense we will bring back jobs from china, bring back jobs from japan, bring back jobs from mexico. >> then prices go up. >> no, prices won't go up but income will go up. people will make more money. it will all change. interest ingly in your poll, cnn did a poll and they said on leadership, trump is by far the best. on economy, trump is by far the best. a lot of people said is he a nice person, i'm not sure it matters, but people like me. you need respect as a country.
>> on russia you mentioned russia -- >> putin has no respect for president obama. he will respect me, that i tell you. he will respect me. >> what would you do with crimea for example? >> let me explain. first of all, this is europe's problem more so than ours. europe isn't complaining as much as we are. this is more of a europe problem. when europe comes to us and says we want your help, they are not really doing that. they are dealing with russia. they are taking in the gas and oil. they are not really doing that. we are making a big deal out of it, but why isn't germany leading this one? germany is a rich, powerful nation. why aren't they dealing with it more so. >> as soon as you got off the helicopter, all of the scottish journalists were bombarding me. >> many people have agreed i was
right. do me a favor. you are doing like everybody else does, okay. what i said is mexico is sending, and that's true. mexico is sending. people are coming through the board er from all over the world. we have a border where you can walk right in to the country and you can't do that. to have a country you have to have a really strong border. this has to stop. what is going on now has stop. >> who will build the wall. >> i will build the wall and mexico will pay for it and they will be happy to pay for it because mexico is making so much flun the united states because it will be peanuts. and the others that say they won't pay for it. because they don't know how to negotiate. trust me mexico will pay for it. >> donald trump with max foster in scotland. the clinton's tax returns for the last eight years are pub lib. hillary clinton and her husband
bill have earned nearly $141 million since 2007. they paid 43 million in federal taxes. the clintons donated close to $15 million to charity over that period. a woman is facing unlawful entry charges after she climbed over a bike rack in front of the white house fence. the white house was briefly on lockdown on friday while the secret service dealt with that situation. officers quickly arrested her. the u.s. forest service says a firefighter battling one of many wildfires raging in california has died. rescuers found his body on friday at the site of a fire in northeast california. a state of emergency is in place in the state. governor jerry brown made the declaration on friday to mobilize additional resources to fight more than one dozen wildfires burning in this state. that is suffering from drought.
thousands of hectares have been scorched. some 8,000 firefighters are working to contain them. california national guard has sent nine helicopters to fight the flames. families on of those on board mh370 have been waiting for answers for nearly a year and a half. we'll find out how they are reacting to the latest developments ahead here. plus, a u.s. sen dentist remains in hiding as zimbabwe seeks his extradition to face charges of dill kilning a beloved lion. if she's not working in her garden, she's probably on one of her long walks with bailey. she was recently diagnosed with a heart condition. i know she's okay, but it concerned me she's alone so often. so i encouraged her to get a medical alert button. philips lifeline offers the best options to keep
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welcome back. you are watching cnn live coverage. i'm natalie allen. a plane carrying debris that could be from the missing malaysian airline flight has landed in france. it will be examined on wednesday by numerous investigators. the head of the australia's agency coordinating the underwater search for the plane tells cnn it is increasingly confident but not yet certain that the debris is from mh370. a funeral has been held in the west bank for a baby killed after his home was fire bombed. both israeli and palestinian leaders say the boy killed on friday was the victim of a terrorist attack. palestinian officials say they hold israel responsible accusing it of turning a blind eye to violence by settlers that had occurred for decades. argentine businessman is free on $20 million bond after
pleading not guilty to u.s. charges of racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering. those charges are in connection with the corruption scandal that has shaken fifa. the executive is among 14 people accused of receiving and paying bribes to secure lucrative contracts. also in the u.s., the young man accused of a deadly mass shooting at a predominantly black church in charleston, south carolina has pleaded not guilty to federal charges. dylann roof entered his plea to the 33 charges stemming from last month's attack. they include hate and firearms crime in the shooting that killed nine people. investigators in france expected to determine whether debris, believed to be from a boeing 777 is that from missing malaysian airlines flight 370. wreckage found this wreck on reunion island in the indian ocean will be tested in a lab in
france on wednesday. experts believe the part is from an aircraft wing and would help control a jet's roll and speed. the island where it was found is 2,000 miles from the original search zone. experts are already looking at clues from photos of the wings flap. >> our aviation analysts have been looking at these pictures and noting the leading edge has less damage to it than the trailing edge has. that could tell them something. here's how. when a plane like this is at cruising altitude. going 500 miles an hour, something like that, the flaperon is flat like that. if for any reason it goes to a power dive, pointed that way or runs out of fuel, the speed can jump up to 600 or 700 miles an hour. that could produce tremendous vibrations around that trailing edge, enough it could be damaged, enough that maybe it could be torn off.
in any event there could be signature signs of what happened to it. here's another scenario. what if the plane is coming in under some kind of control and they are trying to safely land it in the water? in that case the flaperon will be like, this winding out wing space as it comes in at 150 miles an hour. fast enough the water would rip in to this thing and again cause signature damage as it tore it off the plane and there was this compression damage to it. in any event, all of these are small clues to what may have happened to a plane that comes down this way. but remember, this is seven feet, the entire wing is close to 200 feet and when the twa plane went down off of long island they collected lots and lots of pieces, thousands of them an they analyzed all of them and to this day there are
people who dispute, even with all of that evidence that they got the calls right. >> tom foreman for us. families wait for answers, wanting to know what happened to their loved ones. asia pacific andrew stevens spoke to the spouses of two about what this development means to them. >> she's the leading flight attendant. >> elaine and calvin have been waiting in hope for 17 months on the fate of mh370. their partners were both cabin crew on that flight. in call kuala lumpur, we spoke the possibility that the debris is part of the missing jetliner and whether it is changing their view. >> sometimes you think that it's a hope, and then if it is true, then that's it. the end. >> yeah, at least there is something, but for me i think
that can give me 100% assurance that they are gone. there are many possibilities, you know. maybe you can't discount it 100% they are gone because we don't see anything else. so unless there are more things to be seen. the possibility of surviving has become lower. >> is there a part of you, both of you, that says i don't want to know the truth? >> for me, yeah. for me, sometimes, i feel that maybe, you know, it's better not to have the grief but you still have some hope. but another part is maybe i
think -- i want the truth. i want to know how my spouse went through. maybe i would like to know more. >> how are your children? you both have children. how are they coping. >> she's coping already. she is 17 months. i told her what i know from the news, and i told her yesterday, last night that authorities found some debris and she answered me is it my daddy plane crash or is he not coming back anymore? then i looked to her face, i just say it is still not confirmed yet. >> if this debris is part of 370, will that be enough for you, will you be able to move
on? >> no. i want to see more things beside the debris to get more confirmation that my husband is -- won't come back anymore. >> there are more things. fuselage can be recovered. so, yeah, i want to see more. i want to have more evidence. >> andrew stevens, cnn, kuala lumpur. >> certainly hope they get more evidence. they have waited an agonizing long time. an american dentist is still in hiding as zimbabwe calls for his extradition from the united states. dr. walter palmer of minnesota hunted this famous lion known as cecil on a hunting trip in july. investigators say two men in zimbabwe helped palmer lure cecil out of a national park and kill and behead and skin him.
it triggered global outrage that continued and david mckenzie reports that zimbabwe wants palmer to return to face charges. >> reporter: the killing of cecil the lion sparked outrage globally. with sharp focus on the issue of trophy hunting in general here in africa. now the american dentist, accused of killing the big cat, could face zimbabwen justice. lion lured out of its sanctuary and struck down with a bow in the dead of night. it led to global outrage that this man, dr. palmer who killed cecil. palmer temporarily closed his dental practice. now he could face the law. zimbabwen officials looking to extradite him. >> it was orchestrated and well financed. >> palmer's local guides go on
trial next week. if guilty of poaching they could spend ten years in one of zimbabwe's notorious prisons. their lawyers say they are innocent and palmer says he is too, blaming it on his guides. cnn learned that a hunter with the same name, age and from the same town as palmer admitted to lying to u.s. authorities in 2006 in the illegal killing of a black bear in wisconsin. palmer's lawyers could not be reached. his spokesman said he had no information on that case. extradition proceedings can be notoriously slow. zimbabwe has a treaty with the united states. and public pressure is mounting for the obama administration to act. more than 100,000 people signed a petition calling for palmer to be sent to zimbabwe to face the law. cecil was the dominant male in a large pride and had more than a dozen young cubs.
conservationists worry those cubs will be killed by another lion. in case has touched an emotional nerve. we know at this stage that the cubs are fine but their future could be bleak indeed. david mckenzie, cnn, johanns in abu aburg. >> the cubs alive and hopefully will survive. now to some potentially big news in the fight against ebola. the world health organization says a vaccine against the virus is highly effective. 4,000 volunteers took part in a trial, including family members who were in close contact with ebola patients. the director of the w.h.o. spoke about the vaccine on friday. >> if proven effective, this is going to be a game changer.
it will change the management of the current ebola outbreak and future outbreaks. >> the agency has been testing the vaccine in west africa. even as the outbreak in a number of countries appears to be winding down. of the 27,000 confirmed or suspected cases that occurred, more than 11,000 were -- >> this is an exciting development. they took 4,000 people living in guinea who had a friend 0 who had ebola or family member or friend of a friend. in other words relatively high-risk people for getting ebola. you would expect of those 4,0008 of them would have gotten ebola if you don't anything. if they vaccinated them, they vaccinated them relatively
quickly and took ten days for the vaccine to kick in. in that case none of them got ebola. that is a stunning and hopeful number. this vaccine only works against a certain strain of ebola, the one that caused so many deaths last year and also this year. there are of course other strains of ebola. it wouldn't work against other strains but they hope they can use it, this knowledge they gained in making this vaccine and make a vaccine that will work against several strains. this work was done by the world health organization, doctors without borders and other groups. they did this work in 11 months. usually with the vaccine it takes more than a decade to get to this point. they did the work quite quickly. back to you. >> elizabeth cohen for us there. an an ty abortion group says they have more videos targeting planned parenthood but a u.s. judge has blocked those recordings from being released. we'll tell you about this coming
new details in the case of a former police officer charged with murder for shooting dead an unarmed african-american driver. there are no charges for two other responding officers. jason carroll has more on the case and we should warn you, some of the video in his report may be disturbing. >> yes. >> are you okay. >> i'm good. >> we're learning no criminal charges will be filed against the two university of cincinnati police officers who arrived on scene to assist raymond tensing after the shooting death of samuel dubose. the hamilton county prosecutor say nounsing a grand jury heard
testimony from officer david lindhdavid and chose not to indict them. tensing's attorney said he was being drag ed by dubose's car and feared for his life. >> no video we have shows any driving but the officer's video shows officer tensing laying in the street some distance from where mr. dubose's car was initially stopped. >> reporter: despite initial comments they say the officers ultimately testified that they did not see tensing being dragged. tensing, who is out on bond, has the police union calling for his retiring, saying his due process rights were violated when the department fired him this week after being charged with murdering samuel dubose during a traffic stop on july 19th.
the city's police chief says stopping these kinds of shootings needs to be a top priority. >> these egregious acts seem to keep go ing on and on and on and it happened. and the important thing is how do we move forward in this community and this nation? >>. an anti-abortion group is barred from releasing more video slamming planned parenthood. on friday a federal judge issued a restraining order against the center for medical progress. the group has released four videos targeting the organization, even defying a california judge's order. the recordings appear to show planned parenthood staff negotiating prices for aborted fetal tissue. planned parenthood denies the allegation in the videos. the wrestling bad guy known
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2018. you really do see them only once in a blue moon. there you go. i saw it. gorgeous. fires continue to rage across parts of drought-stricken california. derek van dam is here. and they can't see the moon because of all the flames. >> you are looking at one of the 12 major fires ongoing across california and oregon in the western united states. look at this fire threatening this building. this is in lake county. this is known as the rocky fire. 18,000 acres burned. 5% containment. natalie mentioned a moment ago, the drought-stricken u.s. state of california. let me show you this visualization from nasa. we just came across this. i believe they just released it. this is accumulated rainfall total from the the start of the year, january 1st through the middle of july. do you see the difference? the extreme nature in our
rainfall totals over the eastern half of the u.s. this is 40 inches plus, near oklahoma and texas remember we had the flooding there. see the colors missing over the western half of the u.s., an extreme drought across the u.s. state of california. come back to my graphics and you can see the monitor indicating that exceptional drought taking place across central and northern half of california. in fact, so far, to date we have 5.6 million acres of wildfires over the western u.s. that's about the same size as new jersey. you can see they are trying to contain these fires, even from above. unfortunately it is not working too well for some of the areas like the rocky fire in lake county as well as the frog fire where 480 acres have been burned. unfortunately there was a casualty with one of the firefighters starting to put out the flames there. you can see the stronger winds impacting this region. there's some dry heat.
lightning that is possible across the mountainous regions that could spark more wildfires in this area. just unbelievable photos coming out of that region. natalie, that flame encompassing that house, there were three structures burned so far with that particular fire. >> when will it end? >> when will it end, probably when we start to see some rain. >> okay. thank you. whenever they get that. >> whenever they get it. here's one way to get the attention of a world-famous rock band. call several hundred of your closest friends and shoot a video of one of the band's songs. ♪ italian foo fighters fans call themselves the rockin' 1,000 came together and played "learn to fly" all together as you can see. they hope to entice the rockers to play a gig there during their
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death. some of the hottest temperatures ever recorded on earth as a heat wave sweeps parts of the mideast. i'm george howell. this is cnn newsroom. good day and welcome to our viewers here in the united states and around the world. we begin with the latest on mh 370. the debris that could belong to the missing plane is in france on the way to a lab where it will be scoured for clues. officials are becoming more and more confident this debris that washed ashore from the indian ocean is from a boeing 777. experts believe it is what is called a flaperon, part of a wing that helps control the roll and speed. they found remnants of a suitcase. both objects found on the beach of reunion island. keep this in mind. it is quite a distance from the search zone. it's about 3200 kilometers or
20,000 miles away. for the latest on this investigation, let's go to david live in hong kong following developments. good to have you with us this hour. this new piece of debro now that it's in france, can you tell us where it will go and what happened next? >> precision is a good word to use. everybody involved here wants to be 100% sure. that is why they have seen so much caution the way it was put on the air france flight to what we will see in the coming days. the malaysians will arrive and boeing all meeting with the french. this is part of a criminal investigation. that may slow things down a little bit. a judge involved saying that the analysis would probably not begin to happen until wednesday. when they are in that lab and begin to examine this, they are looking at two things. one is the outside looking for
any markings that can tie it to a boeing 777. we know of two numbers that do tie back to boeing 777 parts, but more definitively, is there anything that can tie it back to this malaysia airlines plane. they will be working carefully, deliberately by the book and engineers experts in metal works and biologists looking at the barnacles looking for every clue they can gather. >> david, a thorough analysis here. is there any indication you are hearing about how long this could take before we hear word on whether first of all this is a piece that comes from a 777. that's the first question. >> there is a growing consensus internationally that it is from a boeing 777. even the malaysians said it's most certainly from a 777. others said there no other 777s in the world that are missing or missing parts we know of.
that may get us into a tricky situation where there about 99% sure that they can identify it as a 777, but can they tie it directly to mh 370. that may be good enough for investigators, but the families in this, this is fundamentally a human tragedy, 239 people, the families are demanding 100% certainty. that is what we will be watching for in the coming days. >> the families as you well know had many false alarms and they want precision in the case. live in hong kong for us, thank you so much for your respecting there. for more context on what's happening, let's bring in captain desmond ross, aviation expert. joining via skype from istanbul, turkey. good to have you with us as
well. specifically, what will investigators look for to determine whether this is a piece of a 777 and then how do they conclude whether it's part of mh 370? >> the serial numbers and part numbers to identify what part it actually is and that it is from a boeing 777 and the serial number should be on it somewhere. that part is not so difficult and can be done quite quickly. >> david, can this piece give any indication as to what happened to this plane and how it went down? >> i watched some of the video footage on the media and to me it appears to be relatively undamaged. i'm not sure how much information they will get from it. normally a skilled investigator can tell what impacted the ground or the water and where it
is ripped apart and how it came apart from the rest of the airplane. yes, they can find out a lot of information from that individual part and it is not going to tell us why or how the aircraft ended up in the water. >> i heard from other experts talking about that and i would like your insights as well. the fact that the piece is still intact, does that lend any understanding as to how the plane might have gone down? >> it's intact as a component. the aircraft is with thousands of components. that is one part which is separated from the wing. it is separated at the joints and at the bearings and that would suggest that the whole wing is broken up and that part floated away from the rest of the wing. not an easy question to answer to see and feel the part and
look at it exactly. it's not going to tell us why the aircraft broke up or whether it broke up in flight or upon hitting the water. >> it's god get your insight. i heard that question from different people as well. i wanted to ask you about these barnacles. the barnacles that at one point some people were cleaning them off, but now the remaining barnacles investigators will look into. what will they determine from that? >> i'm not an oceanology expert, but they can tell what location they came from and the growth patterns. it should give a clear indication of how long the object has been in the water. possibly where it traveled by knowing what sea life or
barnacle growth occurs in different parts of the ocean. >> desmond ross via skype from istanbul, turkey. thank you so much for your insights. we will stay in touch with you. >> we are looking forward to a result. >> absolutely. the world is and certainly the families of the victims are. thank you, sir for your time. 239 passengers and crew members were on board that missing flight and since then, relatives and friends have been looking for any answers. more than 500 days, earlier we heard from one man whose mother was on board and he said she torn about the possibility that a piece of the lost plane has been found. listen. >> on one hand i want to find some information to help us find where is mh 70 and where is our loved ones and what happened to them and are they still alive and now we need information.
if it is really from the plane, it might mean the plane was crashed. it's hard to choose, but i want them to be still alive. >> a mix of emotions from many of the families and as we feel from those struggying to cope, they will stay on top of the story and updates as we get them on the debris that was found and any connection it might have for the missing flight. other stories we are following, outrage about an arson that killed an 18-month-old palestinian child. benjamin netanyahu condemning the attack as terrorism in every respect. the child was buried on friday. officials say they hold israel responsible accusing the government of turning a blind eye to settle the violence for decades. ian lee has more from the west bank.
>> at 18 months old, ali didn't understand his reality, but it took him anyway. burned to death, an alleged attack in what's known as a price tag. his small humble home gutted in the blaze and his mother, father and 4-year-old brother hold on for life. >> this is the small room where the family of four was sleeping at the time of the attack. the molotov cocktails and the firebombs were thrown through a window into this room. right here you can see what remains of the bed of baby ali, but his milk bottle, there is still milk in it. >> the first to respond watched helplessly. >> we went there, but it was so strong, we didn't get in. >> he put graffiti on the walls and it reads revenge. no one was home at the time. condemn nation came swiftly.
>> translator: it's a war crime and humanitarian crime at the same time. we will not stand still. as long as the sentiments exist, they will continue. >> israeli prime minister visited the family and evacuated to an israeli hospital. >> we condemn this and there is zero tolerance for terrorism. wherever it comes from. we have to fight it and fight it together. >> the family remains in critical condition. over 50% of their bodies burned. the un said there was 2100 such attacks in 2006 and they seem to be increasing in frequency. these range from killings to burning mosques, churches and trees. attacks like the ones that happened earlier can be the spark that ignites further violence throughout the palestinian territories. a spark that can set this whole area on fire.
ian lee, cnn in the west bank. >> a key commander in the network militant group told cnn the founder and chief has been dead for nearly a year. taliban sources said he died after a long illness and was buried in afghanistan's coast province. they are blamed for some of the biggest attacks against american targets in the country. encouraging news from the world health organization when it comes to ebola. a vaccine. the who said a trial shows that the vaccine is 100% effective in individuals so far. 4,000 volunteers participated in the trial including family members who were in close contact with ebola patients. the director of the who spoke about the vaccine on friday. >> if proven effective, this is going to be a game changer.
it will change the management of the current ebola outbreak and future outbreaks. >> promising news. they have been testing the vaccine in west africa even as the outbreak in a number of countries appears to be winding down. the more than 27,000 confirmed or suspected cases that occurred, more than 11,000 were fatal. police in japan arrested mark ka pellis, the ceo of a failed company over massive losses of the virtual currency. japan's kyoto news agency said he was guilty of accessing to falsify data. he was one of the largest exchangers until last year. he said they lost millions leaving angry investors without their money. still to come, the inquiry into the death of an ex-russian spy
comes to an end. >> i believe that the truth has finally been uncovered. the murders have been unmasked. >> accusers say the evidence points squarely to the kremlin. more on that and donald trump said russia's vladimir putin has no respect for u.s. president barack obama. his remarks come in an interview with cnn on his scotland trip. we will have that story and later this hour -- in iraq, temperatures skyrocket and tempers boil. they protest power cuts in the middle east's extreme heat wave. d in a city and you need a last minute hotel? a priceline tonight only deal! stuck out on the range? nowhere to rest your beard? choose from thousands of hand-picked hotel deals at the very last minute. only on your phone. only from priceline.
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kremlin. phil black has more. >> nine years after alexander's slow terrible death, his widow left satisfied the public inquiry she long fought for is complete. >> i believe that the truth has finally been uncovered. the murders have been unmasked. >> the inquiry heard many hours of detail, technical evidence, much of it supporting the investigation that alexander was killed after consuming the radioactive substance carried into britain and slipped into his tea by two former russian agents. during the inquiry's closing statements, the lawyer representing the police went further saying in one form or another, the russian state was involved in his murder.
>> the kremlin cannot exactly complain if the eyes of the world look to it for responsibility for his murder. and of all of his targets, putin was the one more frequently in his sights. >> he was a former agent with russia's service who became an outspoken critic. the police did not accuse russia's president of being involved in his death, but his widow and her legal team did so repeatedly. >> putin and his personal group are implicated in organized crime. they are willing to murder those who stand in their way and that he was murdered for that reason. >> my husband was killed by the agents of the russian state in
the first ever act of nuclear terrorism. and the streets of london and this would not have happened without knowledge of consent of mr. putin. >> the russian government always denied involvement as have the two suspects. he was due to give evidence at the inquiry and pulled out saying he couldn't do so without the permission of authorities. they will be published in a final report later this year. if they were involved in the death of a man who had become a british citizen, they must decide on how to impact the relationship with the kremlin. cnn, london. >> if elected u.s. president, donald trump predicts he would have a better relationship with putin than barack obama. the outspoken billionaire said germany should take a better
leed than crimea. listen. >> putin has no respect for president obama. he will respect me, that i tell you. >> what would you do with crimea? >> this is europe's problem more so than ours. europe is not complaining as much as we are. when europe said we want your help, they are not doing that. they're dealing with russia and taking in the gas and the oil. they are not really doing that. we are making a big deal out of it, but why isn't germany leading this one. they are a very rich and powerful nation. why aren't they dealing on it? >> they repeated as president he would have a wall built along the u.s. border with mexico and mexico would pay for it. they benefitted so much from the united states that it would
happily comply. u.s. democratic candidate hillary clinton released her tax returns for the past eight years. they show that clinton and her husband earned nearly $141 million since 2007 and paid $43 million in federal taxes. the clintons also donated close to $15 million to charity during that time. puerto rico's governor said the common wealth can't pay bills and is on the brink of financial disaster. the $58 million payment is due in the coming days. the crisis is forcing puerto ricans to move to the united states for better financial opportunities. here's cnn's samuel burke. >> on the streets of upper manhattan in spanish harlem, there is anger over the crisis in speak. >> it's not the same situation like what's going on in greece.
this is american territory. we are american citizens. we are not greece. >> puerto ricans are well-established. they have been settling in new york for generations, seeking new opportunities. notable transplants have included ricky martin and dell torro and rita moreno. few have been as large as this one. so great that in spanish, they call at this time exodus. more puerto ricans live in the mainland u.s. than in puerto rico itself. with central florida becoming i prime destination. >> we have about 5.1 million puerto ricans in the states and less than 3.5 million in puerto rico. it's a huge swim. >> they have moved to the mainland from puerto rico. their brother kevin may follow soon. they feared for their futures in
puerto rico as unemployment soars to 12.5%. >> i will be living with my mother or parents for support. i want to grow and that's not going to happen until the status works better. >> the decisions have been gut wrenching. >> it's hard to leave your country. you have to leave your country to another different place. different language and different culture to do what you really want. i have to do it. but then i have all these feelings that i'm definitely coming back. >> some puerto ricans are moving back to the island lured by cheap rent and a spirit of entrepreneurship, this artist lived in new york for years and sees new opportunity in her homeland. >> you are kind of like a free lancer and creative and willing to reinvent yourself, there is a big movement of like my generation that people that are coming back or that are saying
see the possibilities of in a way rescuing the country. experts predict new waves of creek ans seeking shelter from the caribbean island economic crisis. cnn, new york. >> your questions about malaysia airlines flight 370 are answered. we will go for the take on what the discovery on reunion island could mean to the investigation. u.s., u.s. actress and humanitarian visited southeast asia to encourage women to vote. worldwide on cnn international on cnn usa.
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welcome back to the viewers here in the united states and around the world. good to have you with us. i'm george howell. the headlines are the u.s. forest service said a firefighter battling one of many wildfires raging in california has died. rescuers found his body on friday at the site of a blaze in north eastern california. jerry brown declared a state of emergency on friday to mobilize additional resources to fight the wildfires burning in his state. thousands of acres have been scorched. trade minsters for 12 countries are leaving hawaii after failing to negotiate a transpacific partnership. they met for more than a week in a joint statement they will continue working to find a
common ground. one of professional wrestling's biggest games roddy piper has died at 61 years old. they call him one of the all time greats. piper died in his sleep at home and leaves behind a wife and four children. debris believed from a boeing 777 is on the way to this lab in france for more analysis. it was found on reunion island in the indian ocean earlier this week. investigators seem confident that it came from malaysia airlines flight 370 that has been missing for almost 18 months. the disappearance of mh 370 created so many questions over the past several months. there even more questions since the discovery. you have been tweeting us questions about the development and we went to the experts for answers. >> does the debris indicate
whether the plane broke up in flight or at impact? >> if it broke up in flight, then the pieces would be coming apart as they did and wouldn't be indications that if it skidded on to the water. if the aircraft hit and impacted, that piece that we see there would have been crushed. >> what wreckage would we see wash up on the beach, if anything? >> you would have to have fairly light boy ant pieces. you could see more of the skbing you might eventually see luggage wash up. other internal floatable parts of the aircraft. we will pick up another piece or two or many more hopefully. >> how likely is it if the black boxes were found they would be readable? >> very likely. the black boxes are pretty
impervio impervious. they are tested at super high heat and water penetration. it they got salt water, they can be recovered. >> any possibility to back track the trail to reunion island over 16 months? >> the university of western australia is adamant they got a sophisticated complex modelling of the currents in the indian ocean. they are back tracking and they say they are going to be able to advise the search team of a general area where this piece came from. >> this area changed now that the search area around the island where the search was found, will it be the new search area? >> you are looking for the plane and the data of the search area. they can plug some of this into the models and work it back and they have to plug more than this into it. it may help a little bit, but
500 days like that with all the factors, you have to have theafrg happened in the last 500 days. i don't think it will help that much. >> while some experts will continue looking at that satellite data, others are already looking for clues from photos of the wing flap also known as a flaperon. tom foreman reports. >> analysts have been looking at the pictures of the flaperon and noting that the leading edge has less damage than the trailing edge. that could tell them something. here's how. when a plane like this is at cruising altitude going around 500 miles an hour or something like that, it is in a stowed position. it's flat like that. if for any reason this plane goes into a power dive or runs out of fuel, the speed can jump up and produce tremendous
vibrations around that edge enough that it could be damage and enough that it could be torn off. in any event, there could be signature signs of what happened to it. here's another scenario. what if the plane is coming in under control and they are trying toly land in the water? the flaperon would be more like this. it will be down where it will increase drag and widen out the wing space here to give it more lift as it am cans in at about 150 miles an hour. that's still really fast when you hit water that all that water would rip into this thing and again cause signature damage as iter to off the plane. there was this compression damage to it. in any event, all of these things are small clues as to what may have happened to a plane that comes down this way. remember this is seven feet. the entire wing is close to 200 feet. when the twa plane went down off
of long island, they collected lots and lots of pieces, thousands of them. they analyzed all of them. to this day, people dispute that they got the cause right. >> you can get the latest developments on this story from our website. logon to cnn.com for the latest reporting. the crew member is missing after a fire broke out on a ferry oust northern japan. they are searching for the could and trying to put the flame out there. the fire broke out on the vehicle deck of the ship. reports say 93 persons have been rescued. officials are investigating what caused the fire. record breaking heat across the middle east and iraq sends temperatures flaring as the mercury rises. hundreds gathered at tahrir square to demand improvements in
electric and water service under the blistering heat wave. they declared a four-day weekend and ordered cuts in power. oppressive heat and humidity led to some of the hottest temperatures ever recorded on earth. let's go to the meteorologist at the international weather center with details on that. >> check this out. this photo is maxing out and taken downtown baghdad on friday afternoon by someone who happened to send us one of these photos. we are maxing out the color coating. i never have actually seen the shading of purple across anywhere in the world to be honest. you can see the highs that took place on friday afternoon.
oppressive heat at 54 degrees. did we break all time record heat across the world ever? the answer is no, not quite. the highest recorded temperature was in death valley in 1913. that was 56.7 degrees celsius. when you factor in the humidity, that heat index value we talk about, the record was 81 degrees in saudi arabia set back in 2003. we came very close in an area in the southwestern section of iran. this is an area that is adjacent to the persian gulf. this was offshore winds that allowed for this very hot and sticky humid moisture-laden air to settle into this coastal city. the heat index soared to 74 degrees, 165 degrees fahrenheit. that is not a typo.
going online and researching personal accounts of people who were there to witness this, they were saying that you step outdoors, you instantly sweat. your glass fog up and people become nocturnal because you can't go out in the daytime. get this. air conditioning repairs are treated just like fire truck or ambulance calls. unbelievable stuff. they want to fix the air conditioners. fortunately they found out that air conditioning is quite widespread in that part of the world. good news. >> unbelievably hot. thank you so much. angelina jolie is promoting women's rights. the actress spent friday in myanmar ahead of the elections. as the special envoy, she and a voter education group are working to get women involved in deciding the future of their country. >> how many people are expected to vote in this year's
elections? >> 30 million. >> 30 million. how many are women? >> half. >> you got to get out there and speak to the women in the country. great. >> jolie earlier visited cambodia and checked on health, education ask conservation funded by the foundation. you are watching cnn newsroom. outrage over the death of an iconic lion in zimbabwe peels back the curtain on a broader issue. we go in the world where elephants are at greater risk than lions. many wbut hope...ms come with high hopes, doesn't work on wrinkles. neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair has the fastest retinol formula... to work on fine lines and even deep wrinkles in just one week. neutrogena®.
an american dentist is in hiding as zimbabwe calls for his extradition. we are talking about walter palmer from min who shot a prized lion in july. investigators say two men in zimbabwe helped lure cecil out of a national park and killed him. now zimbabwe wants him to return to face charges of poaching. the killing of cecil triggered global outrage in his hometown. it was so intense that he closed his practice and dropped out of sight. cecil was a major tourist draw for zimbabwe. he wore a tracking collar and scientists studied his movements in a preserve. researchers say his cubs are alive and likely to survive. the lion's brother is likely to defend them against predators. as the killing of cecil the lion sparked outrage, other less
famous animals were being slaughtered like elephants who face greater risk than lions. their tisks can be sold for $1,000 a pound as part of a trade that generates billions a year. senior investigator drew griffin reports. >> step into this grotesque warehouse on the out skirts of denver and you will soon grasp how endangered this world's species really are. >> this is an animal about to go extinct. >> the same for the rhino and the tiger and the elephant. they can be extinct in our lifetime. >> she runs the repository for the fish and wildlife service and this is a fraction of what officials recover. just enough to show how repulsive the animals can be. >> you get shipments every day?
>> every day. it depends the size. sometimes it's one box full of 50 items and sometimes it's smaller boxes of jewelry and it's variable what they get from day to day. >> shelf after shelf of endangered tiger heads and even a stuffed tiger fetus. tons of things made from illegally poached animals and the endangered black rhinos. horns rushed into medicine, carved into statuettes. >> this is a baby rhino foot turned into a pencil holder. >> there 2500 of these left in the wild protected by armed soldiers. the horn was cutoff by poachers. most are not lucky. their carcasses left to rot while the horn is smuggled across the globe.
illegal species trade is driven by mostly asian buyers willing to pay up to $60,000 a kilo. >> we also have the full snout of which you can feel the skin. >> according to schaefer, they have even used ground up rhino horns as a party favor said to cure a hangover. >> it's a status symbol and of their wealth and ability to provide this to their guests. >> of course it doesn't work? >> it doesn't work. >> to stop the killing, they stop people to deal in the animal trade. according to the u.s. government, that includes an antique dealer in south florida named chase hayes. >> do you have anything to say? >> he and his internet auction site sold horns, some forasmuch as $80,000. his cut he admitted was 31% of
every sale. he pleaded guilty and on may 20th was sentenced to three years in prison. he told the judge he made a terrible mistake and leaving court he said almost nothing. >> can you explain to us why you were selling these horns? you knew for 2 1/2 years according to the prosecutor you were selling them. >> it doesn't matter. >> according to the government he and his elite art companies were involved in the selling of more than 19 pounds of rare endangered black rhino horns worth about $400,000. while the government said there was no human victim involved, each horn represented a dead animal, smuggling, poaching, bribery and organized crime. >> government estimates put the trading illegal products as high as $10 billion. hayes was caught trying to arrange sales to buyers in
canada, texas and milan, italy. the buyers and the sellers willing to force an animal into ex-fink for a worthless cure or a trinket. >> you are watching cnn newsroom. the state of california is sinking and it is sinking fast. ahead, what's causing the damage and what if anything can be done to fix it? in a city and you need a last what to dominute hotel?stranded a priceline tonight only deal! stuck out on the range? nowhere to rest your beard? choose from thousands of hand-picked hotel deals at the very last minute. only on your phone. only from priceline. wake up with back pain? if so, call now!
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>> welcome back to cnn newsroom. mark zuckerburg and his wife are expecting a baby girl. they revealed a very painful journey leading up to the happy news. she had previously suffered three miscarriages. he and his wife are very excited, but went through a very lonely period. many people thank the couple for being so open about their experience. the state of california is crippling drought is taking a tougher toll than you might think. the golden state is sinking due to excessive amounts of ground water it has been forced to use.
>> parts of california are sinking and the signs are everywhere. you need to know where to look. >> this site is compacting while we are standing here. since the 30s, early 30s, about ten feet. >> we should stand at least my body height on top of me. that's where we could have been in the 30s. >> yeah. >> that's the gradual sinking of an area of land as a drought continues to grip the state, many have turned to underground water to fill in the gaps. now 60% of the state's water is being pumped out of the ground and mainly for agricultural needs. without that cushion of water, the ground is collapsing down to where the water once was. this is happening because of
subsidence. >> infrastructure has to be replaced. that's repairable. it's expensive, but it is fixable. >> believe it or not, i'm walking on ia bridge and through many years, this bridge collapsed down into the earth so much so that the road is actually below the water level of this canal. >> anything that crosses the roads, rail ways, pipelines, all of those things can be affected if there is enough differential subsidence. >> you will only subside where you pull the water out. we pass legislation in the state to start monitoring and try to make the ground water come into balance. it will take about 20 to 25 years before we have to implement the policies. >> 20 to 25 years, but you are talking about the central valley losing a foot a year. >> yes. >> we could be standing down
there by the time that happens. >> it's a problem and the different water agencies will have to work together to figure that out. maybe we need to do something about this sooner than 20 or 25 years from now. >> in a perfect world, if we stop lowering ground water levels, subsidence will stop, but the land surface is not coming back up. >> stephanie said it. you have to know where to look. interesting story. we thank you for joining us this hour. i'm george howell at the cnn center. i will be back after the break with another hour of news from around the world. you are watching cnn, the world's news leader. creatures take flight, soaring away from home towards the promise of a better existence. but these birds are suffering. because this better place turned out to have an unreliable cell phone network, and the videos on their little bird phones kept buffering. birds hate that.
>> debris that could be part of mh 370. some answers in an aviation mystery. israelis and palestinians in an arson attack. a live report from jerusalem and a game changer in the fight against ebola. health authorities excited about a vaccine that is showing some promise. from cnn world headquarters, this is cnn newsroom. good day and welcome to the viewers in the united states and around the world. we begin with the latest on mh 370. a piece of wreckage is in france at this hour. a plane carrying that piece of evidence landed at the airport several hours ago and the debris
is headed to this lap you see here for analysis. they want to know where it came from and what happened. they seem increasingly confident it came from the wing from the type of plane that went missing. it was found earlier this week and searching for other pieces. our correspondent has a report. >> carefully packed and tightly sealed on reunion island. inside is the plane debris discovered on a nearby beach days ago. surrounded by airport workers, they are pack and prepared for the flight to france. soon investigators will analyze the debris and hopefully find answers to the multitude of
questions surrounding the discovery. how long has it done in the water and how did it arrive on this tiny island and most importantly, is it really from mh 370? on the stretch of beach where the wreckage watched ashore, the search continues, looking for other possible pieces of debris. reunion residents are keeping an eye out trying to help in the search. this is a small island and local authorities say they need all the help they can get. further complicating efforts, a volcano is erupting on the island. they had to evacuate and for now investigators in the families wait for answers. answers that can't come soon enough. cnn, reunion island. >> let's bring in simon who is live outside the ministry lab for more on this investigation.
good to have you with us. now that the debris is in france, can you tell us what will happen next? >> good morning from france where i am outside the base. it's a ministry of defense run facility where the piece is now making its way down to the south of france from paris. there a member of hangers that they have the expertise to identify the piece. how quickly will that happen? we don't know. we have been hold there meetings taking place, but we understand they won't start analyzing until wednesday at least. the paris prosecutor team is looking into this because four french initials were on board. they started a civil action as a
result of a hijacking. they told us they are gathering the experts on wednesday to take a look at this crucial piece that will arrive here. who will those people be? it will be members of the frenc from the united states ntsb from france as well. that tells you how many groups and how important this piece is. whether or not this is really from flight mh 370 is only just the beginning. there is much more information they can get from this piece. >> you bring up an important point. is this a piece from a 777 and is it from mh 370? certainly there will be a thorough examination of this piece. that leads to another question. any indication as to how long it might take before the families
and the world get some conclusive determination on the two questions i mentioned? >> the families are at the top of that list of questions and they need to know whether it's from mh 370 upon and whether or not it will bring closure. a lot of the family members saying they won't believe it until they find a bigger piece of the plane or the bodies i met. i was there when the plane went missing. let's just talk a bit about what's going to happen here. first of all they need to identify the piece. the likelihood is that it is a piece from the 777. the people and experts who have seen it in australia and france and around the world believe that this could be the right wing. it's a piece that you probably see when you look out the window
that goes up as the plane comes in to land. is it from mh 370? at least two serial numbers have been identified on that flaperon. perhaps experts from boeing or air crash investigators can trace that back even before it starts being looked at on wednesday. so maybe we will have some kind of identification before they start looking on wednesday and then as i mentioned, it's not just identifying this is from mh 370, but perhaps they can see from this piece exactly what happened to that plane. did that flap deploy in the air and did it am away from the plane in the air or did it come away, torn away on impact with the ocean? that is what experts will be able to tell. they have been looking at the air crash investigations for many, many years and will be able to look at this piece and
identify what happened to it. >> you bring up an important point there. first of all this will be a thorough investigation and we will see. we can look at if there is anything about what happened to that plane. thank you so much. many experts have been looking for ways to prevent disasters like mh 370. let's bring in chris yates, the director of the aviation group yates consulting and joins us live. good to have you with us. can this give an indication as to what happened and how it went down? >> that's a difficult question to answer. probably not is the short answer to it. in so much as it's a flaperon,
we know that. possibly it belongs to a boeing 777 and possibly has been in the ocean upwards of 16 months, but beyond that we know very little. we are waiting for the experts in the united states to tell us with a degree of certainty that it does belong in a boeing 777 and for that matter that it belongs to mh 370. >> very interesting. one other thing that many people are curious about when it comes to the barnacles that were on this piece of evidence as it is now. what can investigators determine from that? >> nothing much quite honestly. it has been in the water for so
long. we can tell it has been in the water for so long. we can tell possibly where the barnacles may come from, but it doesn't tell us a lot. so we are trying to determine where the parts came from. we are trying to determine a lot of things, but what we can't determine is where the airplane went down. >> as the world waits for answers, talk to us about what investigators look for on this piece of evidence. will they be looking for serial numbers or are there indicators that can give them important clues here? >> serial numbers are the important parts of course. and the parts will be gone
through with a fine tooth comb. all the numbers will be run with the various databases and computer systems and so on. not just in the united states with boeing, but also with malaysia airlines. they must know what parts of fitted to what aircraft. we wait with baited breath to see what they come up with and if they come up with the right goods, we should have some answer at least that would give an element of closure, i suppose to those left behind. >> given the fact that you have seen these images that the world has seen with the piece of wreckage, we are hearing from so many experts that there no other missing 777s. this piece of evidence many
believe trongly that it's from a 777 and many make the leap as well. we are waiting for confirmation, but believe it could be from mh 370. i'm curious to know your thoughts. >> i would agree with everything being said since this debris washed ashore. at the end of the day, no other boeing 777 has fallen out of the sky into an ocean. this is by all accounts from a 777. the only 777 that has fallen out of the sky is mh 370. >> a lot of people around the world will be waiting anxiously to find out what these investigators have to say. no one waiting more than these families who want some determination. chris, thank you so much for your insights.
we will bring you more on the debris that could be connected to mh 370 later in this hour. for now let's bring you other news we are following around the world. both israeli and palestinian leaders say a baby boy burned to death in the west bank was the victim of a terrorist attack. this 18-month-old child was buried on friday. officials say they hold israel responsible, accuseing it of turning a blind eye to settle the violence for decades. let's bring the arson attack triggered protest. let's bring in ian lee who is monitoring this story and joins us with more details. good to have you. the palestinian community has been expressing and outrage over this tragedy, but there indications that many within the community including the prime minister are just as mortified by the attack. what can you tell us? >> for the palestinians, those
expression of and sympathy ring hollow. they believe it's something that the government has been turning a blind eye to and they have been acting with impunity and the people that carry out these attacks are rarely held accountable according to the united nations. over 2,000 attacks by israeli settlers on palestinians in the west bank have taken place since 2006. these range from what we saw yesterday to israeli settlers burning trees and churches, mosques. this is something that the palestinians will be looking at especially after this to see if they will follow-up on what they have said. this is a terrorist attack and they will hold those responsible and arrest the men or women or whoever carried it out and see it they are held accountable and
palestinians have called this a terrorist attack. the terrorists have called this a terrorist attack and now they are wondering again if they will be held accountable. >> i saw the report where you went to the site where this happened. i saw that you mentioned there was a bottle of milk there where this happened. what were people saying there? >> it was a horrific act when you walk through the burnt out wreckage of the home. you can see the possessions of the family lying about and everything charred. the baby's bed. the springs are really the only thing left of that. you see that bottle of milk and there is still milk inside of it. you are hearing that these firebombs were thrown through the window and why this family was sleeping and at least two assailants were involved and when people, the neighbors when they came running to try to
help, the intensity of the fire was so much that they couldn't go inside and rescue that 18-month-old toddler that was still in there. it was confusion and they were not able to bring the toddler out. we know that the mother and father are in serious condition in a hospital being treated for burns. the 4-month-old son is in stable condition. this has sparked a lot of protests around the west skbank in jerusalem all over clashes with the police and the army and at least one palestinian has been killed in those clashes. we are hearing that he was shot saying that there was a molotov cocktail thrown at their position and they responded. this shows that the tensions are growing. george?
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>> welcome back to cnn newsroom. a firefighter who was battling one of many wildfires in california has died. rescuers found his body at the site of a blaze in northeast california. governor jerry brown made a declaration to mobilize additional resources to fight more than a dozen fires burning in that state. hundreds of thousands of acres have been scorched. some 8,000 firefighters are working hard to contain these fires. the california national guard sent nine helicopters in to battle down the flame. for more on the wildfires, let's bring in derek live at the world weather center. california is in a tough state of affairs. >> they have around 12 major fires ongoing including this one threatening several structures. this is in lake county, california. the rocky fire this is referred
to. they talked about the ongoing drought occurring in california. i have to show you the exceptional video released by nasa. this is a six-month rainfall accumulation. you can see the shades of yellow, orange, and deep shades of purple over the eastern u.s. that's in excess of 40, 50, or 70 since the first of january right through the middle of july. notice how the colors are just missing over the western half. u.s. heading back to the graphic, we have the exceptional drought according to the monitor still ongoing across central and eastern and southern sections of california with no relief in sight. this led to western wildfires equivalent to the state of new jersey. 5.6 million acres and have
burned since the beginning of the year. take a look at this footage out of trinity county in california. this is about 60 miles west of redding in a town called hay fork. 200 foot flame out of the mountains at this barker fire. there is another nearby fire called the rail fire where residents were grabbing livestock and preparing to leave. they caused mandatory evacuations in hay fork. you can see the panic as people try to extinguish the flame. containment there is only about 5% at the moment. back to the graphics, the wind expected over this part of california north of san francisco. the santa anas will be gusty through the rest of the weekend with a few thunderstorms popping up over the northern sections, but the main concern is lightning associated with the storms, sparking off additional
wildfires across the drought stricken part of the state. >> lightning would not be a good thing. >> definitely not. >> the world health organization has encouraging news about an ebola vaccine. a trial shows it is 100% effective in individuals so far. 4,000 volunteers participated in the trial including family members who are in close contact with e locbola patients. we have more on this promising vaccine. >> there was 100% effectiveness when two things happened. one they vaccinated early. catch people early after they were exposed to someone else and also it took ten days for the vaccine to kick in. it doesn't appear that it necessarily worked immediately, but when those two things happened, they did have 100% effectiveness. they started with 4,000 patient at a high likelihood because they had a friend or family
member with it. you would have expected 80 of them to get ebola. in this category where it was done quickly, none of them got ebola. that's striking. >> the who said it will extend to include 13 to 17-year-olds and possibly even children as young as 6 years old. russia has spoken out against britain's inquiry into the poisoning death of a critic, calling the probe that ended on friday politicized. he was a former officer with the russian security service. british authorities believe they have enough evidence to try two russian suspects for murder. phil black has more. nine years after the slow terrible death, his widow left, satisfied the public inquiry she long fought for is now complete.
>> i believe that the truth has finally been uncovered. the murderers have been unmasked. >> they heard many hours of detail and evidence and much of it supporting the original findings of the police investigation that alexander was killed after consuming the rare radioactive substance which is carried into britain and slipped into his tea by two former russian agency. during the closing statements, the error representing the police went further, saying in one form or another, the russian state was involved in his murder. >> the kremlin cannot exactly complain if the ice of the world look to it for responsibility for his murder. of all of his targets, putin was
the one most frequently in his sights. he became an outspoken critic and did not accuse the president of being involved in the death, but his widow and her legal team did so repeatedly. >> putin and his personal kabul are implicated in organized crime. they are willing to murder those who stand in their way. and that he was murdered for that reason. >> mire husband was killed by agents of the russian state. in the first ever act of nuclear terrorism. in the street of london and this could not have happened without knowledge of consent of mr. putin. >> the government denied
involvement as have the two suspects. he was due to give evidence this week and pulled out at the last moment saying he couldn't do so without permission. the findings will be published in a report later this year. if they said the russians were involved in the death of a man, the government must decide on how that will impact the poor relationship with the kremlin. cnn, london. >> you are watching cnn newsroom. families on bort mh 370 have been waiting for answers for a year and a half. how they are reacting to the latest ahead. >> zimbabwe looks to extradite the u.s. hunter who killed cecil the lion over the safety of his cubs. this broadcast continues worldwide. you forgot the milk! that's lactaid®. right. 100% real milk,
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>> welcome back to the viewers here in the united states and around the world. you are watching cnn newsroom. good to have you with us. the funeral has been held in the west bank for a baby killed after his home was firebombed. israeli and palestinian leaders said the child killed on friday was the victim of a terrorist attack. palestinian officials said they hold israel responsible, accusing it of turning a blind eye to the settler violence for decades. a key commander in the network militant group said their founder and leader has been dead since last year. the taliban sources said he died after a long illness and was
buried in afghanistan's province. the group is blamed for some of the biggest attacks in the targets in the country of afghanistan. the trade minsters are leaving hawaii after failing to negotiate a transpacific partnership. they met for more than a week in a joint statement they said they will keep working to find common ground. debris believed to be from a boeing 777 will be analyzed in this lab that you see in france. it was found on reunion island in the indian ocean earlier this week. they seem increasingly confident it came from the missing malaysia airlines flight. some relatives of people on mh 370s the wait for definitive news filled them with angst for nearly a year now. we spoke with the families and join us live from kuala lumpur. good to have you with us. this has to be a mix of
emotions. they have been waiting for so long with so few answers. >> 17 months and between despair and hope. so many false leads and so many raised hopes and as the months rolled past, nothing. there has always been this thread of hope with everyone i have spoken toa that a miracle could happen and loved ones could be found. with this news, the reaction seems to be between a lot of people just saying we are not going to accept anything and we are not going to believe a thing until we get 100% proof. others say it looks likely we will have to face up to this horrible shocking reality. i want to play you a clip from a man called steven wong from beijing. his mother was on that flight. listen to what steven said.
>> the things happened for several times before some of the things was find might be relative to mh 370. 17 months have passed and still nothing is confirmed that it belongs to mh 370. i know that this wreckage might be, but it is only might. i think we should wait for the final confirmation from maybe boeing or the investigation team. we just wait. >> that's a very common line. we are waiting for that confirmation. people i have been speaking to here and people i spoke to over the past few months, a couple of them are saying because there is more and more certainty that this piece of debris is a part of a boeing 777 which would suggest that it is part of mh 370, people are starting to say
it looks like this is actually the case. they are coming to grips now and starting to come to grips with the fact that their loved ones will not be coming home. they want ton what happened and why and how can we get the closure. at the moment all we have is a piece of debris that may say the plane crashed and we want to wherein it crashed and get an understanding of how it crashed before we can truly move on with our lives. such a difficult time. it raised horrible questions that they are now looking to confront and it will be late next week when we will have an answer from france. it is likely to be announced by the government and the next few days will be so difficult for the families of those 239 souls on board. >> briefly here, is there a sense of just given the respect
of these families some satisfaction that they are trying to be deliberate in their answers. so many people are speaking on the case that we have to wait until it's 100% before confirmation is given. >> no one can afford to have any other way. as i said, there has been so many false leads and very, very at the time seemingly credible leads and satellites picked up images that said these are on the plane. those are painful lessons and have been learned. we have seen it in the language being used not only by the malaysians, but boeing who is not commenting at all. a lot of people telling us what's going on. everyone is saying the same thing. it's looking this way, but it is not 100% sure. >> the gentlemen that we heard
from a moment ago said we wait. so we wait. thank you so much. and as we wait for news from investigators, outside experts are looking at clues from the photosdebris, trying to figure out what went wrong. >> an lives have been looking at the pictures of the flaperon and noting that the leading edge has less damage than the trailing edge. that could tell them something. when the plane is at cruising altitude around 500 miles an hour, it's in a stowed position. it's flat like that. if for any reason it goes into a dive whether it's pointed that way or runs out of fuel, the speed can jump up to 600 or 700 miles per hour and produce vibrations around that edge
enough that it could be damaged or torn off. in any event, there could be signature signs of what happened to it. here's another scenario. what if the plane is coming in under a control and they are trying to safely land it in the water? the flaperon will be more like this. it will be down where it increases drag and widen out the wing space here to give it more lift as it comes in at about 150 miles an hour. that's really fast when you hit water that all that water would rip into this thing and again cause signature damage as iter to off the plane and there was compression damage. all of these are small clues as to maybe what would have happened. remember this is seven feet. the entire wing is close to 200 feet and when the plane went down off of long island, they collected lots and lots of pieces. thousands of them.
they analyzed all of them. to this day, people dispute even with all that evidence they got the cause right. >> cnn's tom foreman reporting there. here in the united states, the man accused of a race-motivated mass shooting in south carolina pled not guilty to federal charges. that was stemming from last month's attack where he allegedly killed people in an historic african-american church in charleston. they include hate and firearms crimes that killed nine people. an american dent sift still in hiding as zimbabwe calls for his extradition. dr. walter palmer of minnesota. he hunted this famous lion known as cecil. two men in zimbabwe helped to lure cecil out of a national park and killed, beheaded and skinned him. the killing triggered global
outrage as cnn's david mckinzie reports, they want palmer returned to face charges. >> the killing of cecil the lion sparked outrage and put attention on the issue of trophy hunting. the american dichbt accused of killing the cat could face justice. an iconic lion lured out of the sanctuary and strapped down with a bow in the dead of night. it led to global outrage that this man, dr. walter palmer, the dentist who killed cecil. facing the social media storm on facebook and yelp, he closed his dental practice and is underground. now he could face the law. officials are working to extradite him. >> the event was properly orchestrated to make shouldture
succeeds. >> the guides go on trial next week. if guilty of poaching, they could spend ten years in one of the notorious prisons. the lawyers say they are innocent and palmer claims he is too, blaming it all on the local guides. cnn learned through court documents that a hunter with the same name, able, and from the same town admitted to lying to u.s. authorities in 2006 in the illegal killing of a black bear in wisconsin. his lawyers could not be reach and a spokesman said he had no information on the case. extradition proceedings can be notoriously slow, but zimbabwe has a treaty with the united states. pressure is mounting to act more than 100,000 people signed a petition, calling for palmer to be sent to zimbabwe to face the law. cecil was the dominant male in a large pride with more than a dozen young cubs. now they worry those cubs will
be killed by another lion and this case has touched an emotional nerve. at this stage the cubs are fine, but the future can be bleak indeed. >> since david filed his report, researchers say his cubs are alive and likely to survive. his brother is likely to defend them against predators. you are watching cnn newsroom. britain is pledging to tackle europe's growing migrant crisis as thousands try get into the uk. we will have details on that, next. plus a look at why puerto rico is in big financial trouble. how people on the island are reacting.
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>> welcome back to cnn newsroom. david cameron is promising more resources to tackle a growing migrant crisis and warns there is no quick fix. thousands have attempted to cross the channel tunnel from france into britain in last week alone. cameron said he is eager to work with french authorities to solve the problem, but for now the lives of refugees remain in limbo. >> i feel maybe about seven days, 14%. if you come late, you are not taking it.
>> on sunday, ferry workers blocked road access adding to the disruption of the french port city. they set tires on fire prote protesting job cuts caused by euros and tunnel agreement to sell the ferry. the government said it tried to intervene and so far no solution has been reached. greece is trying to negotiate the details of a third financial bailout from the creditors. they want greece to enact more reforms and the deadline for this deal is august 20th. puerto rico's governor said they can't pay bills and is on the brink of financial disaster. they are forcing some to move to the united states.
here is there is anger in the air. >> it's not the same situation. there is american territory. american citizens. we are not greece. >> seeking new opportunities. notable transplants included ricky martin, actors benicio dell torro and rita moreno. few migrations have been as large as this one. so great that in spanish they call it the exodus.
we have less than 3.5 million in puerto rico. it's a huge thing. >> they're moved to the mainland from puerto rico. their brother may follow soon. they feared for their futures in puerto rico as unemployment soars to 12.5%. >> i will be living with my mother or parents for support. i want to grow professionally and economically until the status works better. >> the decisions have been gut wrenching. >> it's hard to leave your country. you have to leave your country to a different lace and a difference language and culture to do what you really want. i have to do it. i have feelings that i'm definitely coming back. >> some are moving back to the island lured by cheap rent and entrepreneurship. this artist lived here for years
and sees new opportunity in her homeland. you are willing to reinvent yourself. there is a big movement of like my generation. the people are saying see the possibilities in a way of rescuing the countries. >> they're predict coming to the main lent, seeking shelter from the island's economic crisis. cnn, new york. just ahead, he played the bad guy in the wrestling ring. we look at roddy piper and the character he cultivated. bl intense hydration and locks it in. for supple, hydrated skin.
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mr. t to cindy lauper. they call him a family man with a good heart. he died at home in his sleep. when someone parks a car where they shouldn't, wouldn't it be nice to move the vehicle with your own hands? a very big guy did exactly that with a small car or did he? jeannie moos has the story. >> it's the kind of thing you see in movies. this is an allegedly furious bike rider who single handedly picks up a car. a car blocking a bike path in brazil and moves it foot by foot to the amazement of on lookers. when he is done, he pedals away. is he truly hulk in brazil or is it a marketing stunned? we don't know, but it has been a pick me up for commenters. this guy can move a car with
ease while it takes me ten minutes to open a jar of salsa. the last time we saw something like this, it was a viral ad featuring a specially designed lightweight taxi, a fax traffic cop and a fake cabdriver. in real life, not so easy. after this biker ran into a car and got trapped underneath. it took dallas police and firemen and civilians. to lift the vehicle and the biker and look how many how many it took to lift this. that biker also survived think but can a single man do it alone? it looks like an old fiat uno. >> would that be hard to pick up? >> no. >> if he picked up a tank like this, it would be a big deal,
but the fiat weighs only about 1600 pounds total, since he picked up the end where the engine isn't. he picked up only a few hadn't pounds. he offered to serve as a human jack. >> lift with your lower back in a twisting motion. >> look how easily he picks up that car. thank you for watching this hour of cnn newsroom. at the cnn center, for viewers, a new day is just ahead and for viewers, you are watching cnn, the world's news leader.
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. we're following breaking niz. a state of emergency in california. 23 wildfires burning across the state. more than hundreds of thousands of acres scorched and one firefighter has died working to contain the fires. >> a mile back, there was a drone flying just on the southwest side of this abandoned airport here. plus, a near miss at jfk. the faa