Kim Jong Nam's death: Footage surfaces showing attack

Story highlights Footage on Japanese TV appears to show moments before Kim's deathNorth Korea, Malaysia engaged in diplomatic feudIndonesian suspect says she thought she was on a prank showKuala Lumpur, Malaysia (CNN) Closed circuit television footage released Monday appears to show the moment that Kim Jong Nam was attacked and the events leading up to his death. Kim, the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, died on his way to hospital. Authorities believe that he was poisoned and the case is being treated as a murder investigation. Security footage from Fuji TV appears to show the moment Kim Jong Un was attacked February 13. So far, police have arrested four suspects and looking for four more who were believed to have left Malaysia the day of the attack.

February 20, 2017 07:54 UTC

More refugees flee US for Canada

Story highlights Canadian border agency: 22 more people found crossing into ManitobaMore people have been walking across border to Canada over concerns of Trump's policies(CNN) Twenty two people were found illegally crossing the border into the Canadian province of Manitoba this weekend, according to the Canada Border Services Agency. A stream of people in increasing numbers have recently fled for Canada, crossing through snow and dangerous, freezing conditions. Many of them say they are concerned about their lives and safety following President Donald Trump's executive order barring refugees and travelers from seven countries entry into the US. Although Trump's executive order has been rejected by a US federal appeals court , refugees continue to risk their lives to get to Canada.

February 20, 2017 07:51 UTC

Kim Jong Nam: Why would North Korea want him dead?

JUST WATCHED China cuts all coal imports from North Korea Replay More Videos ... MUST WATCH China cuts all coal imports from North Korea 01:45Succession threat? Kim Jong Nam with his father, former North Korean leader Kim Jong Il. Hide Caption 44 of 66 Photos: Inside North Korea Every home in North Korea displays portraits of late leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il. Hide Caption 59 of 66 Photos: Inside North Korea Twin statues honor the late leaders of North Korea, Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il. South Korean lawmakers said Kim Jong Un ordered the assassination of his half-brother Kim Jong Nam.

February 20, 2017 07:30 UTC

Incoming! False Missile Warning Rattles Air Force Crew

It was just another typical day for U.S. Air Force personnel working at Spangdahlem Air Base in Germany last week — until all psychic hell broke loose. The work-a-day routine was shattered with a simple red message on Valentine’s Day that suddenly popped up on the base’s computers: “MISSILE INBOUND. SEEK SHELTER IMMEDIATELY!” It was labeled “Severity: High,” the Air Force Times reported. It took eight minutes before a new message appeared to inform personnel to “disregard” the missile alert. No one’s talking about how everyone conducted themselves, though someone mentioned on Facebook that a buddy ripped his pants running.

February 20, 2017 07:19 UTC

Will Foreign Superstars Help Realize Xi Jinping's Chinese Football Dream?

Since last season, Chinese clubs have lavished hundreds of millions of dollars on talented footballers from Europe and South America to bring them success. Back in 2015, Xi said his biggest hope for Chinese football is that the national team becomes one of the world’s best. “There are health benefits for people participating regularly in sports, and football is the most popular sport.”Record-breakingBeijing's great footballing vision has emboldened Chinese football clubs, many owned by the country's biggest companies, to invest heavily. “Expensive foreign players can benefit Chinese football by attracting more fans to stadiums, improving the standard of play on the pitch and letting their higher level of professionalism rub off on local players,” explains Cameron Wilson, founding editor of Chinese football website Wild East Football. “But the future for Chinese football absolutely depends on its ability to develop its own star players.

February 20, 2017 07:01 UTC



Kim Jong Nam death: What we've learned a week on

In the span of a week, the story of Kim Jong Nam's death has morphed into a murder-mystery filled with palace intrigue and geopolitical ramifications, topped with the surrealist tinge of reality television. Tuesday: The newsNews of Kim Jong Nam's death broke Tuesday night. Kim Jong Nam, left, was the half-brother of North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, right. The woman is one of the female suspects who has been detained in connection with the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's half-brother, Kim Jong Nam, Selangor State Police Chief Abdul Samah Mat with the Royal Malaysian Police told CNN. When asked whether Malaysian authorities thought Kim's death had been ordered by the North Korean government, he said "the four hold North Korean nationality, that is all."

February 20, 2017 06:31 UTC

Dozens of workers lose their jobs for participating in Day Without Immigrants protest

The Day Without Immigrants protest shut down businesses nationwide last week, but it didn’t come without some consequences for a handful of workers who decided to take part in the demonstrations. Dozens of workers said they lost their jobs after taking part in Thursday’s protest. The employees told the station they expected to be reprimanded, but not dismissed. However, two workers said they were fired for wanting to join the protest, while four others claim they resigned after the others two were fired. Many student absences may not be excused, and some people who skipped work will lose a day's pay or perhaps even their jobs.

February 20, 2017 06:21 UTC

Business owners stand by decision to fire protesters

(CNN) Jim Serowski said his employees told him they planned to skip work on Thursday to participate in "A Day Without Immigrants," the nationwide day of protest. Serowski, founder of JVS Masonry in Commerce City, Colorado, said his message to them was clear and unwavering:"If you're going to stand up for what you believe in you have to be willing to pay the price." As promised, when his foreman and some 30 brick layers failed to show up for work he fired them all with no regrets, he said. He insisted it had nothing to do with politics and everything to do with business.

February 20, 2017 06:17 UTC

Trump's promises hit Washington reality in first month

Washington (CNN) President Donald Trump is facing a humbling prospect: The same Washington buzzsaw that frustrated his 44 predecessors can pose significant hurdles for him as well. Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton, for instance, had rocky opening weeks as their campaign idealism encountered Washington reality. Checks on presidential powerHe started out in Washington by keeping faith with those beliefs, unleashing a dizzying sequence of executive orders that revealed a determination to wield firm executive power. But the backlash was swift as the checks on presidential power soon activated. "The amount of drama and spin that you read about mostly in the Washington daily gossip rags is unbelievable stuff.

February 20, 2017 06:11 UTC

Pac-12: Utah is surprised by Oregon State

Stephen Thompson Jr. made the winning basket and got 31 points and Oregon State waged a furious second-half rally to beat Utah, 68-67, on Sunday night. Drew Eubanks had 12 points, six blocks and three steals for the Beavers (5-23, 1-14 Pac-12 Conference). Kyle Kuzma had 19 points and nine rebounds, and David Collette had 13 points for the Utes (17-10, 8-7). They bring it every day,” Oregon State Coach Wayne Tinkle said. Minyon Moore led USC (14-13, 5-11) with 20 points, and Kristen Simon had 17 points and 13 rebounds.

February 20, 2017 05:54 UTC

Blast Near Colombian Bullring Injures Dozens

4:36Disney Cuts Ties to YouTube Superstar PewDiePieFelix Kjellberg, better known as PewDiePie, has 53 million subscribers to his YouTube channel, making him the biggest star on the site by far. Now Disney says it is cutting ties to the Swedish 27-year-old after WSJ inquired about videos he posted in which he includes anti-Semitic jokes or Nazi imagery. Warning: Graphic language and content.

February 20, 2017 05:48 UTC

UFC Fight Night 105 Results And Bonus Winners From Browne Vs. Lewis Card

Derrick Lewis pulled off the biggest win of his career on Sunday night in the main event of UFC Fight Night 105 in Halifax, Canada. Lewis would weather the storm and rebound with heavy strikes in the second round. After having the wheels come off his run at 170 pounds, Hendricks won his middleweight debut over veteran Hector Lombard by unanimous decision. UFC Fight Night 105 ResultsDerrick Lewis def. Travis Browne by TKO at 3:12 of second roundby TKO at 3:12 of second round Johny Hendricks def.

February 20, 2017 05:48 UTC

Activist, politician Tom Hayden is remembered at UCLA memorial

He’d gotten beat up by police in Mississippi and “gone to jail for his beliefs in Georgia,” Kennedy told the audience at UCLA’s Royce Hall. But none of the roughly 1,000 people who gathered to remember him doubted how vigorously he would have fought Trump’s administration. Hayden was the lead author of the Port Huron Statement, a 1962 student manifesto that served as a foundation for protests against the Vietnam War. One former gang member, Alex Sanchez, paid tribute to Hayden for leading him away from a life of crime and violence. “Organize.”Fonda recalled meeting Hayden at one of her slide presentations against the Vietnam War.

February 20, 2017 05:42 UTC

'Moonlight' and 'Arrival' take top honors at the Writers Guild Awards, where political barbs abound

“La La Land,” with its record-tying 14 nominations, is widely considered the film to beat. Kenneth Turan and Justin Chang chat about the 2017 Academy Awards, and which movie might win for best picture. Kenneth Turan and Justin Chang chat about the 2017 Academy Awards, and which movie might win for best picture. Caption A sneak peek at the Oscars' Governors Ball preparations This is what the Governors Ball will look like after the 89th Academy Awards ceremony. This is what the Governors Ball will look like after the 89th Academy Awards ceremony.

February 20, 2017 05:38 UTC

US Navy sends warships on freedom of navigation operation through South China Sea

The U.S. Navy announced Saturday that an aircraft carrier and a guided-missile destroyer were deployed to the South China Sea. The naval ships will likely sail within the 12 nautical miles of China’s artificial islands, the Navy Times reported last week. U.S. Navy leaders believe that freedom of navigation operations help secure U.S. influence in the region, while China claims the operations are a challenge to claim territory. Some criticized the Obama administration for curtailing freedom of navigation operations and allowing China to build military installations on seven artificial islands in the disputed waters. "China is unlikely to cave in no matter what the U.S. military does in the South China Sea.

February 20, 2017 05:15 UTC



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