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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource video news analysis from Newsy. This is Newsy Now and here are the headlines you need to know. In U.S. news — officials have started gathering intel from the computers and documents seized from Osama bin Laden’s Pakistan compound. They found Al Qaeda may have been planning a set of attacks on U.S. railroads. Bloomberg explains the officials’ response to the finding. “...it has prompted them to issue advisories to the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad, Union Pacific CFX, Amtrak, and other railroads about a possible attack on trains, perhaps on the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Federal officials are still not convinced that the possible plot was anything more than talk between bin Laden and his cohorts.” Still on Osama bin Laden — news agencies are reporting Al Qaeda has now confirmed its leader’s death in a statement released on jihadist websites. (Graphic: NPR) The statement announces that bin Laden’s death will not be wasted. The terrorist organization also pledges to continue attacks on the U.S. and its allies. Also on U.S. news — April’s jobs report is released earlier today, and analysts say the numbers are at a five-year high. Here’s MSNBC. “244,000 jobs were added to the market. We were expecting 185,000. So about 30% higher than expected. The unemployment rate, however, ticked up to 9.0%. That is not surprising. If the jobs market is improving, then more people come back into the labor force to look for jobs and they become counted again. You know if you're not looking, you're not counted. On the whole, a very good number.” In world news — security forces have been deployed in the Syrian capital Damascus, as protesters take to the streets for another ‘day of rage.’ The protests and bloody crackdowns have been going on for almost 8 weeks now. Is the opposition getting stronger? Maybe not. Sky News explains. “I don’t think that the protesters themselves have got the power or the numbers to overthrow the government. Unless part of the army is going to crack and go over to the other side, it’s difficult to see anything other than continuing bloodshed, week after week.” In U.S. news -- South Carolina played host to a debate for five possible Republican candidates -- all hoping to defeat an incumbent president in 2012. But it was who -- wasn’t -- there that made headlines. KTTV explains. “There are challenges here for the GOP field -- name recognition, for one. Five of the better known likely candidates chose not to attend this debate. That's a risk, given the role South Carolina played in the nominating process, but it is a diverse field including two strong libertarians, former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson and Texas Congressman Ron Paul.” Finally, in entertainment news -- Justin Bieber’s world tour appears to have been sabatoaged by his own crew. In what TMZ describes as “a mutiny,” Bieber’s crew refuses to head to their next destination -- Japan. ANCHOR 1: “We found out that there is a mutiny in Justin Bieber’s camp over whether the crew should go to Japan or not because of the nuclear radiation and earthquakes." ANCHOR 2: “A guy named Scooter, Justin’s manager actually had to be the tough guy.” ANCHOR 1: “But the best part is Scooter looked at the crew today and they refused to go and he says, ‘Man the ‘F’ up’, which I just love. “Man the ‘F’ up’. Would you go to Tokyo?” ANCHOR 2: “I would not.” (Video: TMZ) Stay with Newsy**** for more analysis on news throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Jim Flink -- highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your feed. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
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BY SAMUEL JOSEPH ANCHOR ALEX HOLLY You're watching multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Between Pakistani protests over U.S. drone attacks and the killing of Osama bin Laden near a Pakistani military academy, tension between the two countries is quickly rising. The latest move -- Pakistan has announced it wants to reduce American troop presence to the quote- “minimum essential level.” Sky News says that would be disastrous. “This would be catastrophic for the continued war against al Qaeda because, of course, Aymen al Zawahiri out at large somewhere in Pakistan and possibly some of the other potential future leaders of al Qaeda in Pakistan.” Al Jazeera reports, despite Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s calls for unity-- recent events have been the most devastating strikes to diplomatic relations yet. “Still, there is the very strong sense that president Asif Ali Zardari’s government has let Washington down on its top national security issue. This, the latest and perhaps most damaging blow to an already fragile relationship.” And The New York Times reports, the Pakistani military is prepared to intervene in any further U.S.-led raids within its borders. “Calling the American raid a ‘misadventure,’ General Kayani told the Pakistani reporters that another, similar, raid would be responded to swiftly...” But the Financial Times reports- the raid and the drone attacks have been successful and Washington wants to keep up that momentum. A U.S. diplomat tells the newspaper... “...a likely outcome of the raid on Abbottabad, the al-Qaeda leader’s hiding place, was that the US was likely to shift to using the ‘stick’ rather than carrots in its relationship with the Pakistan military, as it seeks results in fighting militancy.” The latest drone attack by American forces reportedly killed 15 militants along Pakistan’s border. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your stream. Get more multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
7 May 2011
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BY SAMUEL JOSEPH ANCHOR AUSTIN KIM You're watching multisource global video news analysis from Newsy. BASE Jumping is considered one of the most dangerous activities in the world. No surprise- considering it means throwing yourself from a great height and hoping the parachute works. But if you need a bit more excitement- try doing it with a motorcycle. That’s exactly what the Julio Munoz did. The Chilean daredevil raced his bike off a 3,300-foot cliff in the Andes Mountain Range. The stunt cost Munoz more than $100,000 and required three helicopters to carry equipment. But oddly enough- it was another stunt that allowed him to pay for it. New Zealand’s 3News says... “The 37-year-old gained notoriety in November last year after successfully base jumping from a skyscraper at the Castonera Centre in Chile's capital Santiago. This feat enabled Munoz to raise the US$100,000 needed for his latest stunt.” So how did Munoz feel about it? In comments captured by Sky News- pretty relaxed, actually. "On the way to the ramp, I was focused on adjusting the speed on the bike... When I left the ramp and I'm flying, when I'm in the middle, that's where I really feel comfortable - in the air." Munoz hoped the jump would bring attention to the beauty of Chile. But according to ITN- that wasn’t the only reason. Anchor: “He’s hoping the jump will mean other countries with famous landmarks will let him jump off those too.” Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your stream. Get more multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
10 May 2011
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BY SAMUEL JOSEPH ANCHOR JENNIFER MECKLES You're watching multisource sports video news analysis from Newsy. Severiano Ballesteros - hailed as the king of European golf - died today at age 54 after a three year battle with brain cancer. ESPN looks back at the man and the skills that endeared him to so many. EDITOR: Please show Ballesteros hitting the ball before this clip. ANNOUNCER: “The cheeky lad. He’s run it through the middle and played an absolute gem of a stroke.” BOB LEE: “Seve Ballesteros could not only imagine, but dared to attempt the risky golf shots no one else would.” ANNOUNCER: “And somehow, from his knees, he hit the ball 170 yards. Unbelievable stuff from Seve Ballesteros.” Ballesteros’ golfing style was commonly called quote “swashbuckling” by observers. A writer for The Guardian says this sense of mischief drew people to him. “It wasn't merely what he won. It was how he played. He made birdies from locations where anyone else would have been content with a bogey; he would hit great shots and bad shots, not only in the same round, but on the same hole.” Ballesteros first appeared on the radar when he placed second at the mere age nineteen at The Open Championship. He would later go on to win the tournament three times- as well as a numerous other competitions. According to Sky News- he helped lift European golfing to its true potential. ENDA BRADY: “Ballesteros’ success help put European golf where it is now. And the way he won Ryder Cup in particular inspired many of today’s top professionals.” But not only did he inspire his fellow golfers with his skills and humor- the Telegraph speaks with one who knew him to have an excellent relationship with his fans. JULIAN SMALL: “I remember when he was out on the west course and he was over a very difficult shot. and when he was there over that very difficult shot a little boy standing behind in the crowd was jingling some coins in his pocket. And he stepped away from the ball and he said to the little boy ‘Are you nervous?’ And the boy said ‘Yes!’ He said ‘So am I.’ And went back to hit the ball! I mean, that was Seve. Fabulous.” At the Spanish Open in Barcelona the Flags are set at half mast, and the players are expected to wear black ribbons in memory of the man who did so much for the game. 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for updates in your feed. Get more multisource sports video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
10 May 2011
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BY JONATHAN KETZ ANCHOR JENNIFER MECKLES You're watching multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Rebel: “All of it has been destroyed. All of it has been destroyed, you know. This one was full of fuel you know” Muammar Gaddafi’s forces aren’t just using bombs against rebels in Libya these days. They’re now dropping land mines on fuel tanks ---- supplying the last rebel-held city of Misrata. Gaddafi’s men dropped mines onto four oil tanks in the city---causing fires which spread to four others. The New York Times explains how the land mines work. (Video from euronews). “The land mines were delivered by a Chinese-made variant of a Grad rocket that opens in flight and drops mines to the ground below, each slowed slightly and oriented for arming by a small green parachute...” A rebel spokesman says Gaddafi’s forces used civilian planes to drop the land mines. Sky News has heard, “claims that forces loyal to the Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi have used planes designed for crop spraying to deploy the weapons, defying the no-fly zone...” If Gaddafi is getting around the ‘no fly zone,’ does that give him the edge? NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen doesn’t think so. He says it will only be a matter of time- before the rebels defeat him. Anders: “In conclusion, we have stopped Gaddafi in his tracks. His time is running out, and he is more and more isolated.” Regardless--- Misrata suffered a major blow with the destruction of the oil tanks. Rebel forces shot some of the land mines before they went off---but as Euronews explained---Gaddafi’s forces still succeeded. “Before the attack, Misrata was said to have enough supplies to last for three months. It’s not known how much fuel it has left now.” Libya’s state-run television station says a number of rebels in the city surrendered after the attacks on the oil tanks. A rebel spokesman says--- that’s a big lie. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
10 May 2011
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BY TRACY PFEIFFER ANCHOR JIM FLINK You're watching multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Experts say he’s the lowest-ranking person ever tried for war crimes in a German court -- and now, former U.S. citizen John Demjanjuk has been handed a guilty verdict for his alleged role as a guard in a Nazi death camp. CBS has more. JEFF GLOR, ANCHOR: “Demjanjuk, who is now 91 years old, was charged with more than 28,000 counts of accessory to murder, all for deaths that occurred during World War II. The German court in Munich sentenced Demjanjuk, who is in ill health as you can see, to five years in prison.” Ukranian-born Demjanjuk initially fought against the Germans with the Soviet Red Army in World War II. Prosecutors say after he was captured as a prisoner of war, Demjanjuk attended a Nazi training program to become a volunteer guard at the Sobibor concentration camp, where some 250,000 Jews were killed. (Video: BBC) When his trial began, Demjanjuk was listed by a Jewish human rights organization as the world’s most wanted Nazi war criminal. A writer for the Guardian explains the accusations against him. “The case against Demjanjuk was that he was one of the guards who forced Jewish prisoners into rooms, knowing that engine fumes were to be pumped in. Demjanjuk is then alleged to have dragged out the corpses and thrown them into a mass grave, where they were later burned in an attempt to leave no trace.” But those accusations weren’t necessarily part of his indictments -- Sky News reports the prosecution’s case took an interesting turn, mostly because they had no living witnesses to testify against Demjanjuk. ALEX ROSSI, SKY NEWS EUROPE CORRESPONDENT: “The first time in a Nazi war crimes trial in Germany that it’s been used -- He’s only guilty by association, not guilty they say of any specific crimes. Just being there was enough to seal a conviction, and the conviction rested on two crucial bits of evidence: Firstly, an identity card issued by the SS and also written records.” But the tactic outraged Demjajuk’s defense team, who insist he was a victim of the Nazis and spent the time in question as a prisoner of war, not as a guard at Sobibor. DEFENSE ATTORNEY: “The trial was never worthwhile in any sense at all. John Demjanjuk is just a scapegoat for the Germans. He has to pay for all the mistakes they made in the past, and that’s not justice.” (France 24) But the chairman of a Holocaust remembrance organization tells The Jerusalem Post, the Nazis of Germany could not have carried out their plans alone. “The conviction today of Demjanjuk underscores the fact that even though the policies of the ‘Final Solution’ ... were set and carried out by the German Nazi regime, the murder could not have taken place without the participation of myriads of Europeans on many levels. Their role was also criminal.” Finally, as NPR reports -- this is actually the second time Demjanjuk has been found guilty of war crimes, but his previous conviction in Israel was overturned as a case of mistaken identity. “He's already spent eight years in an Israeli prison convicted of crimes he allegedly committed as 'Ivan the Terrible', a notorious guard at the Treblinka camp in Nazi-occupied Poland. But his conviction and death sentence were overturned after the Israeli Supreme Court ruled there was reasonable doubt he worked at that camp.” Demjanjuk’s family and attorneys say they will appeal the decision, and the 91-year-old is currently out on bail pending appeal. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your stream. Get more multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
14 May 2011
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BY SAMUEL JOSEPH You're watching multisource global video news analysis from Newsy. Eighty are dead and scores more are wounded at a Pakistan military facility on Friday after the biggest suicide bombing of the year. The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack- saying the bombings were revenge for the death of Osama bin Laden. CNN gives the rundown. STAN GRANT: “This here is the military training facility that was the target for this attack. Now, two suicide bombers on the backs of motorcycles came in here in the early hours of the morning, detonating those explosives. They have targeted military recruits that have been training here for the past nine months. They had finished their training and they were about to leave when this attack happened.”l Twelve vehicles were destroyed in the blast and two hospitals have been filled with wounded so far. Al Jazeera talks with witnesses to the attack. SAQATULLAH: “I heard a deafening explosion and something pierced my belly. It’s really painful." BILAL KHAN: “I was going home on leave. As soon as I got out of the FC fort’s gate, a blast occurred just twenty feet away from me and I fell unconscious on the ground. After that, I don’t know how I got here.” But it might not be so simple as revenge. A correspondent for Sky News notes the attack was much too carefully planned to have occurred so quickly after bin Laden’s death, and the group likely just wants to appear to be more organized. IFTIKHAR FIRDOUS: “Because they think, you know, public relations is extremely important. And I think they wanted to also give an impression.” Finally- ABC notes the region has been hit several times by attacks just like this one. NICK SCHIFRIN: “The fact is they have attacked this area before. Over those mountains right there there’s a war going on between the Taliban and the Pakistani army. And this area has been so affected. There’s killings. There’s kidnappings...” The Taliban has vowed further attacks in retaliation of bin Laden’s death. Transcript by Newsy.
14 May 2011
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BY MARIA LOPEZ ANCHOR AUSTIN KIM You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy. Spain has turned blue, the color of conservative party Partido Popular, after a crushing victory over the ruling socialist party PSOE in the regional and municipal elections that took place Sunday. The spirits of both political parties’ leaders couldn’t be more different after learning the results. JOSE LUIS RODRIGUEZ ZAPATERO, PSOE: It was reasonable to expect that the socialist ruling party would be punished today by the people. We understand these results and we take them into account. REPORTER: Meanwhile, at the Popular Party headquarters, the mood was understandably more jubilant. MARIANO RAJOY, PARTIDO POPULAR: Today is a beautiful day for our party. We have reported the best result in our history in a regional election; the best. El Mundo reports socialist Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero has been punished for his handling of Spain’s financial crisis so severely -- that the question in the air is whether he will even be able to finish his term. The 'populars' have erased the socialists from the map. The figures speak for themselves. It was more than a 2,000,000-vote of difference ... The PSOE ... has bled in vote numbers, losing more than a million and a half votes. Motivated by the victory, Partido Popular leader Mariano Rajoy is asking to move up the general elections -- claiming the current government doesn’t have the support of the people. But El Pais thinks Partido Popular is all talk -- and no action. The writer suggests the conservatives present a vote of censure for the socialist party. The idea remains the same: to maintain the pressure and wait for the PSOE to fall under its own weight; sunk by dreadful results, a likely internal crisis and an economic situation that shows no signs of immediate improvement. Yet Iñaki Gabilondo, a well-known journalist in Spain, suggests the Popular Party’s victory in the general elections is imminent. But he points out the ‘populares’ won’t be able to ‘just wait’ much longer. The time to come smells so much of ‘populares time’ that from now until March or October they won’t be able to go on just playing the ‘waiting or PSOE criticism game.’ They now have to start giving hope to this country. Somebody needs to give hope to this country. And it seems it’s the ‘populares’ turn. For some, the elections reflected the people’s voice and the true democracy demanded by last week’s protesters. But Sky News reports the defeat of the ruling Socialist Party wasn’t enough to disperse the young people fed up with the country’s 45% youth unemployment rate. Spain’s problems aren’t going away. 40% of its young people are out of work and fears remain the country will be the next in the Eurozone to need a bailout. The protesters aren’t moving either, they voted to keep their camps in place until next weekend. The challenge now facing Mr. Zapatero is to rebuild confidence both in the economy and in his government. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your newsfeed. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcirpt by Newsy
24 May 2011
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