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hello, where elcome to all u watching us here, and around the world, i am kim brunhuber. >> i see a guy going in, army style. i heard him shooting people. i saw three people laying down. i didn't have my phone on me. i was just screaming for somebody to call the police. >> another deadly mass shooting in the united states as officials are calling it racially motivated. we are live in berlin in the coming hour and helsinki with the latest. live i . we began with another mass
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shooting. ten people were killed when an 18-year-old white male opened fire at a super market in buffalo new york, largely african-american neighborhood. witnesses describing a scene that's horrifying and heartbreaking. police are calling the attack racially motivated. >> this was pure evil. it was straight up, racially motivated hate crime from somebody outside of our community. comining into our community and trying to inflict evil upon us. i urge everyone to stay calm, and we are there to protect the citizens of buffalo. >> the suspect has been charged with first degree murder.
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investigators revealed 180 page manifesto written by the shooter, peyton gendron. the suspect drove to buffalo wearing tactical gear. the news conference following the shooting, the mayor explains how the shooter came from outside the community to commit the crime. >> the shooter is not from this community, in fact, the shooter traveled hours from outside this community to perpetrate this crime on the people of buffalo. a day when people were enjoying the sunshine and enjoying family and friends. all manner of happy activities. people in a super market
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shopping and bullets raining down on them. people's lives being snuffed out in an instant for no reason. >> joining me from buffalo is mark summer, a reporter with the buffalo news, thanks so much for being here with us. just to start, what more are we learning of how this terrible crime unfolded? >> what we know right now is actually 2:30 on saturday afternoon at a busy top super market in a predominantly black neighborhood, the shooter showed up, dressed in body armor and with a camera and he had rifle. she sho he shot people in the parking lot. buffalo policemen exchanged
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gunfire. the officer was killed and the shooter went inside and started shooting people. as you can imagine there were all kinds of chaos. one woman talked about she ran towards the back and got out of the exit. an employee working, he heard the shots. so it was a horrific scene. the shooter came out of the super market and he put a gun to ho himself, it appears that he was threaten to shoot himself. police tackled him and arrested him. >> now that alleged perpetrator self-described white pre supremacist, what are we learning about him and the reasons behind it? >> 180 page manifesto.
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he's only 18 years old, let's remember, it is pretty amazing and very detailed manifesto. some of it is more lucid than what i have seen in the past with these things. racism. he seems to reserve more hatred for jews than anything else. he's a parishioner, he talks a lot about that in manifesto. that's promoted by white supremacist for a long time and you heard it on white radio. white americans are being intentionally removed from the united states, u.s. born white citizens being removed by immigrants. you know it is a view that you
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live in the dark corner of the web and the neo-nazis. americans thought this so-called great replacement theory. they found one-third of americans saw some believability in this idea. this credited idea. >> shocking how mainstream it has become. you have covered the community for a long time. the community must be so shattered by this absolute horror, how are they coping with the grief and anger here? >> well, there is a lot of anger. down at the super market today, people were furious and shock and dismay. people are horrified. that's the kind of thing you read about in another city, town or another part of the world. you will never think it is going to happen in your own backyard.
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sadly, in this country, it was just a month ago we saw the mass shooting if brooklyn. it is becoming routinely in the united states of america. with all the emotions, it is just heartbreaks. sheer, horribleness of what happened, the thought that somebody could be so deranged and killed innocent people like this. >> mark sommer with the buffalo news. thank you so much for being was. >> sure thing. >> we are hearing more from people close to the buffalo super market. here is what an eye witness had to say. >> i hear somebody came in heavily armed. just walked in and started shooting. i spoke to one of the workers on
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my way here and she said that you know her family members are calling her and co-workers and it was just like somebody out of a war movie. just non-stop shooting and the person in tactical gear and a lot of guns or armor or something. it likes like, i am not going to speculate but it seems like somebody came here on a mission. again, the big picture is that these poor workers come here everyday and punch their clock and putting money in their pockets. it is terrible. >> as leaders and organizations have been voicing their anger and condemnation over this shooting allegedly driven by hate. joe biden says, quote, "any act
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of domestic terrorism, including an act perpetrated by hate." this is absolutely devastating. our hearts and community are all impacted by this. hate and racism have no place in america. we'll have much more from buffalo coming up later here on cnn. we'll have more details about how the tragedy unfolded including a look at that hate filled manifesto that was left behind. first, a sea change is underway. finland moves closer to nato membership. > stay with us. l benefits.. one simple step.
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formally declare russia a terror state. president zelenskyy met with a small delegation of u.s. senators. zelenskyy says the visit was an important show of solidarity. here he is. >> i held talks with the delegation of u.s. senators led by mitch mcconnell from kyiv. i believe this visit once again demonstrates the strength and bipartisan support for our state. the strength of ties between ukrainians and the american nation. we discuss various areas of support of our state including defenses and financial and tighten sanctions on russians. i expect to renew the land lease program. i call the official recognition of russia as a terrorist state. >> while that is playing out in
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the capital. ukraine forces, you can see this drone images here, remnant of destroyed military. officials are warning residents to stay away from the beach because of sea mines flowing offshore. we have our correspondents covering the conflict from every angle. sara sidner is live in odesa. sara, you are covering on that strike there on civilian targets, what more can you tell us? >> reporter: they are sifrcivil
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targets. civilians here are watching and worrying about what may be next. we had been through the mall that was hit by a missile last week. there have been at least more than a dozen missile strikes that have come this way of this port city. one of the reasons why this city is so important is ait had a hue port here. it also supplies military weapons to ukraine. you also have the economic importance of this place. this is where people use to come here for things like going to the resorts and visiting and economic boom was over as people were fleeing this place once s missiles started to strike here. there is a great deal of concerns about beaches. there are mines that people can no longer go and enjoy themselves in the city. people are trying to fight back in their own way. if they are not apart of the
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military, they're trying to go about their normal lives. businesses, some of them are open here. there are people on the streets trying to do their daily tasks and living their lives assort of a resistance of russian attack that happened here. the city strategically and militarily important to this region. odesa is a long time tie with russi russia. a lot of folks speak russian here. more and more people trying to switch their language to ukrainian, of their anger towards russia. >> sara sidner, thank you. nato minister gathered for a final day of talks in berlin.
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that move would be a major blow for russian president vladimir putin who has long claimed the expansion of nato is a threat to russia's security. germany's foreign minister said putin only had himself to blame. >> i want to be very, very clear. it is not nato that has pushed sweden and finland to join. it is the actions of the russian president have pushed finland and sweden to join. we want to continue to live in peace into this alliance which we join together which i very much support. >> all right, let's bring inf infrared pleitgen live in berlin. what's the latest? >> reporter: absolutely right.
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they met with the foreign minister of ukraine and so far all we have is a tweet from the ukrainian foreign minister talking about what apparently was spoken about at that meeting. he said met with secretary blinken in berlin and more weapons and aid to ukraine. the u.s. is the largest supply to the ukrainians, very important for the ukrainians. it is unclear whether or not that means of any sort of extra aid we already know have been approved or coming. certainly, the ukrainians say they are very thankful. very important of the second sentence where she says we agree to work together to ensure ukrainian food exports reach consumers africa and asia. it is a huge topic of food security in the wake of this war and russia obviously not allowing food export. that's seen as a big security
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issue by nato and of course worldwide as well as these countries trying to find other ways of exporting. it is a huge, huge topic here in berlin, at the nato meeting and it was at the g-7 meeting as well. the ukrainians seemed to be pleased with secretary of state blinken. they're taking the time to meet and those weapons are on the way and other aid as well. this nato foreign minister meeting is important with finland and sweden on the cusp of joining alliance. we are keeping an eye on that as the morning unfold. and whether or not turkey is going to give their blessing. when the foreign minister
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arriving, there did seem to be confidence that they could make a bridge of those gaps that are still there. >> thank you so much for staying on top of that, fred pleitge n in barlerin. > these people on mariupol who finally reached zaporizhzhia on saturday. >> there were a lot of elderly people among us who had heartaches from time the time. sure, it was tough, people went through hard things before. the trip was devastating but it was worth it. >> for more we are joined by
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anas anastasia, she's speaking to us from kyiv. where do you understand of trying to get people out? >> as of now, we are trying our best primarily with those who are heavily wounded from the plant. we have been trying for many, many days and still no options to be a success. negotiations are continuing but at the same time, russia is doing airstrikes on the azovstal plant. they are continuing to endanger lives of those servicemen who
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are still there. >> and i refer to turkey, they're trying to help negotiations here. what role may they play in trying to extract the fighters from them? >> they are offering their assistance but as of now, russia is not open to that option. as of now this is still not happening, negotiation in process. those servicemen besieged in the azovstal plant and suffering and at the same time doing their best to fight. >> turning to the political angle here, mitch mcconnell led adel ga a delegation to meet with president zelenskyy, what are you hoping that to come with u.s. officials. we heard they had some concrete promises of aid. >> first of all, we hope this
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aid is adopted early next week, starting basically monday and tuesday. this is special, we are thankful for that. we hope assistance of that package comes soon. we are very thankful for all the support we are getting. there are still more support that we need and that we are still not getting. what do i mean? i mean we are still in need of more nato style weapons. we need training for our servicemen for them to use these weapons. with the soviet style weapons, we are not going to win this war. we are not going to save lives of those suffering in mariupol. the issue of fighter jets is still being discussed after three months of fighting and tens of thousands of civilians lives lost and this is still not
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a successful negotiation. while we are thankful and we appreciate a lot of the assistance we already received. we are still not at the point where we can say enough has been done to help ukraine win this war. >> there is plenty of service from both sides of the isle. republicans are holding up funding for ukraine and republican opposition to ukraine aid when you look at the number of republicans voting against it is only growing. do you get the sense that you are losing some political momentum here in the u.s.? >> i don't think we are losing political momentum. i think we have to urgently move f from, we need weapons on the ground. the only way to get assistance
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to mariupol is to provide heavy army. as of now is only ukrainian army that can help those ukrainians in occupied territory. obstacles appeared on political landscape and what russia is doing and they are deporting and kidnapping ukrainian citizens to russian territories, trying to force them to fight against their ukrainian army on the side of russia. while we are talking and discussing some political obstacles, russia is using filtration camps and concentration camps in occupied territories. russia is leading citizens of mariupol without basic food supply. they are not giving humanitarian assistance from ukraine to come in. they are offering 3,000 of food packages daily for a population
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of 150,000 people who are still there. basically, leading to starvation of ukrainians and while politicians are talking. this is unacceptable. >> yeah, the situation is desperate and desperate actions is needed immediately. we appreciate your perspective on this. thank you so much. >> if you would like to safely and securely help people in ukraine who need shelter, food and water, go to cnn/impact and you can find several ways to help there. more on the deadly shooting in buffalo, new york. we'll speak to an expert of the hay hatred and extremism that inspired the attack. the message was clear, my body, my choice org orgchoice. organizers say this is just the beginning. we'll have more, stay with us.
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whoa. welcome back to all of you watching us here in the united states, canada and all around the world, i am kim brunhuber. we are turning to the deadly shooting to buffalo, new york. an 18-year-old white male has been charged with murder after he opened fire on a grocery store. most of the vicks were african-american. the department of justice is investigating this as a hate crime and a case of racially motivated violent extremism.
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>> this individual, this white supremacist who just perpetrated a hate crime on innocent civilians will spend the rest of his days behind bars. heaven will help him in the next world as well. i am angry, i have seen violence from guns and subways and now buffalo. this has to stop. it has to stop. >> he was heavily armed and camera on live streaming. the live feed was removed less than two-minutes after the violence began. joining me from southern california, director of the center of hate and extremism as well as militia group researcher. thank you so much for being here on this sad day.
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brian, in terms of the alleged perpetrator, the victims and the way this was carried out, sadly it seems to be part of a familiar and tragic pattern. >> it is a horrifying, tragic pattern. we had testified before congress about this kind of risk going back for many years. in indeed, last year before the senate, i said the most prominent and extremism is far right extremist. we had this chain with many young people posting manifesto and that's what happened in this case. it is very similar and along with instructions would be
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extremist down the line. these are folks in a vertical chain as the traditional horizontal chain where people are operating contemporaneously in formalized group at the same time. now we seeing this change where one killer terrorist inspiring another killer. this is a criminal around the world, it is a trans national movement. >> explain why replacement theory is the idea of inspiring the most mass violence and white supremacist circles these days. >> excellent point. this is the last leg in an escalation of violence against african-americans here in the united states. june 2020, we had the worst month ever for antiblack hate crimes. the violence gone up since then as well. what we didn't have is this kind
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of mass killing. our recent study shows not only in 2020 did we have the worst month ever for antihate crime, it went longer and associated with the social justice protest. it is mutable to a variety of theories and conspiracies and scapegoating and the latest one involves immigrants. this is a combination if you will and it is adaptable to whatever country you are in. so whether immigrant or minority is in that country, this replacement came at a time of escalating antiblack hate crime as you said, what we saw was african-americans associated with socialists and destroying cities even though 95% of the pr protests were peaceful. that was the funnel on top of these white supremacists looking at these demographic changes as
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what they call siren calls. it has been going on for years and accelerated most recently. >> let me ask you one of the other troubling aspects, the fact that it was live stream, is this another trend you are talking about here, a feedback loop of this online hate and people being radicalized and acting on it and insighting ot to do the same. >> well, first of all, social media platforms are not bound by the first amendment. they are terms of service with all the users. we saw this kind of live streaming the terrorist targeted
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new zealand back in 2019. we saw on the synagogue in germany. what these terrorists do, they not only inspire but they actively trying to assist with regard to tactics including this latest one have advices were given. >> thank you so much for joining us. >> thank you. tens of thousands of people rallied in cities across the u.s. on saturday in support of abortion rights. >> what do we want? what do we want? >> freedom. >> crowds marched with signs of my body, my choice. the court's final ruling could be released if wn weeks.
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should the court overturn roe v. wade? paula sandoval has more from new york. >> reporter: the police department clearing the way for a massive march started in brooklyn, made its way over the iconic bridge and ended here. a massive rally, wahat we saw ws pro abortion right activists. also, according to one male participant in saturday's event, also standing in solidarity showing support for women living in various states in the u.s. where state officials would likely to make abortion illegal. should we see that possible reversal. pol polo sandoval, cnn, new york. major announcement is coming
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. britain's defense ministry estimated it may have lost a third of their combat when it started the war. the russians failed to make any major gains on the ground in the donbas since launching new offensive. attempt to advance across the river failed disasterly. russia's war on ukraine is pumping a historic shift in
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security map. nato and sweden is expected to make a similar announcement soon. neighboring ministers gathering on what's known a final photo for talks. they are ready for finland and sweden to join the alliance as quickly as possible. that's a major blow for russian president vladimir putin who long claimed the expansion of nato is a threat to russia's security. finland is trying to bolster their own security and not trying to in flame tensions with moscow. we'll continue to bring you these live as soon as they get underway. for more now let's bring in nic roberston from helsinki. you are at the palace there. really a seismic announcement we
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are expecting soon. >> reporter: it is. it is clearly telegraphed by the prime minister and the president. the country needed time to con con consult politically and the public to talk about this issue and talk to nato and talk to potential allies and partners. they said it was very, very clear that finland is better off and more secure and nato quite simply as part of a greater military alliance, that means there is a lesser likelihood of there being conflict in this area. finland would spring strengths to nato. this decision should be made quickly without delay. what rewe are expected to hear here, the prime minister and the president laying out a few more details on that.
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clearly, stating the gove government's position that finland should jonahin nato. they'll take questions and answers. they feel that president putin had become unpredictable and he invaded ukraine. they took that as as step change in the kremlin's attitude and also there is been this historic lack of deep trust between the nations. so, the final step of what will happen and the finish process will be accomplished in the next couple of days, parliament will begin to debate and how long it debates before it takes a vote. that depends on how long and how many politicians want to speak. it is expected to happen very, very quickly, kim. >> and nic, you mentioned these
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historic tensions with russia. for years it must have been fairly dormant. how has the current war raise that sense of threat at the blac border? i know you have been doing a lot of reporting there in finland. >> you know you have people here in finland after the collapse of the soviet union who would cross the border regularly and go and work in russia. you had people who are married to russian citizens. what has happened over the past really year or so, has been a a level of trust between the two countries. it was not good and it was wor workable. it was russia signaling that nato could not expand and finland and sweden did not have
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their own sovereign rights to choose their defense alliances. that signals a step change. along that border and now far less traffic. the country is down of 10% of covid days and the only people allowed to crossover are people who have spouses and on the other side of the border. >> interesting and we'll keep covering this story throughout the morning. nic roberston in helsinki, thank you so much. ukraine is celebrating a victory today in the eurovision song contest. listen. kalush paying tribute to their motherland.
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president zelenskyy posted, congratulations, our music is conquering europe. eurovision. singers who became international stars. kalush were banned from competing this year. there was no watch party in chief which was under curfew. more than half a billion people and counting, that's the latest projection from john hopskins university of how many people worldwide contracted covid since the pandemic began. more than 6 million people have died. the u.s. is in for another massive surge this fall and winter. officials are patriredicting 10 million cases. former white house is telling cnn it is way too early to put coronavirus behind us. >> the fact that since this january 1st, 175,000 americans
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thousands of ukrainians displaced by the war. >> reporter: her current living arrangement, a modified shipping container where she lives with her four children. >> i have been in worse places. >> reporter: a city hosted 200,000 200,000 civilians. >> our home was bombarded and destroyed. >> reporter: her husband stayed behind to fight. for now, these enclave within the city part is her neighbor. the chief architect of the city
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of le viv. >> at least 50,000 will stay here for a year or longer time. >> reporter: this project with containers are financed by the road red cross. he says between new construction and heavy and buildings, the city can provide new housing for residents but he needs money. >> the solution we have and the problem we have here needs solutions right now. >> reporter: he estimates about a billion dollars will be needed in the next couple of years to avoid a crisis. he's not asking for hand. more like an affordable loan to allow refugees to make payments and eventually own their own property. she's now focused on caring for
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her children and the arrival of her fifth child. relieved that she's in a better place when her daughter was born in a bunker. >> there were missiles flying and bombs exploding everywhere. it was 2014 when separatists backed by the russian army invaded in eastern vukraine. her baby boy will be named victor as in victory, he she sa her country will likely win. >> again, if you would like to help people in ukraine who needs shelter, food and water. please go to cnn/impact, you can find several ways to help. that wraps it up for cnn newsroom. i am kim brunhuber, "new day" is next.
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