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are saying what is john talking about. >> get out of your basement. "early start" continues right now. ending the war in ukraine. happening now. u.s. and european leaders debating how involved to get to stop the violence and keep russia from making a new land grasp. jordan unleashes new wrath on isis bombing the terrorists in syria and iraq promising there is more to come. we are live as the war against isis escalates. measles outbreaks spreading. five infants at one day care sick with the disease. new cases across the country. health officials warning things will get worse before they get better. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. it is friday february 6th. the obama administration doing what it can to try to stop the escalating battle for eastern ukraine. the battle raging with the
ukrainian forces and pro-russian separatists and russian troops as well. secretary of state john kerry was meeting with ukrainian officials about possible u.s. defensive weapons aid. the secretary also backed the ukrainian prime minister claim that russia is directly supporting with tanks and troops. >> i would ask mr. prime minister is it true that as the kremlin just said today there are no russians on the ground? >> it seems to me the only country who strongly denied clear military russian boots on the ground is russian federation and president putin. if they need, i can give them bring glasses. >> a flurry of diplomatic activity. leaders of france and germany
trying to hammer out a peace deal. they met with petro poroshenko. vice president biden will be part of the push. he is in brucesselsbrussels. let's go to erin mclaughlin live in moscow with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, john. the aim of the talks expected in moscow later today and that is clear. that is to deescalate this ongoing crisis in eastern ukraine. yesterday, french president francois hollande making the announcement and working on a negotiations document alongside the ukrainians. we have heard from a putin spokesperson calling the visit a
positive step. yesterday, hollande and merkel met with the ukrainian president in kiev. the ukraine foreign minister tweeting the meeting went well. they were satisfied with the meeting. as for the russians, we heard from the creme kremlin this morning saying they are hoping for a constructive yes gosh negotiation today. secretary of state john kerry will not be part of the talks in moscow. u.s. vice president biden is expected to meet with leaders in brussels. this as they are expected to rubber staple the a new round of
sanctions. some eu states expressing the sanctions do not go far enough. that latest round on the heels of the violence we have been seeing in eastern ukraine. john. >> sanctions have an economic impact in russia but have not kept them from meddling. erin, thanks. jordan is striking back against isis with a report of 30 jets hitting centers. expanding in syria and some in iraq as well. claiming those targets were destroyed. jordan's foreign minister telling cnn the country's military is just getting started. >> it is the beginning of our retaliation over the horrific and brutal murder of our brave pilot. it is not the beginning of our fight. we have been in the fight for a number of years.
so yes, we are upping the ante. we are going after them with everything we have. it is not the beginning and not the end. >> jordan named the operation moath after the pilot. murdered by isis. shown burned anlivealive. jordanian television releasing exclusive footage of the bombing run and air force personnel. including a woman writing taunts aimed at isis on the bombs. king abdullah giving voices to the grief pointing out a flyover of the jordanian air force jets after the bombing run. standing by is cnn's becky anderson from amman, jorzdan. >> reporter: good morning, christine. the mission flown in the name of the young jordanian pilot brutally murdered by isis. the aim of the mission very
very clear if anybody was in any doubt of jordan's commitment to the fight against isis then just seeing the footage released by the armed forces here of the degrading and destruction of the assets in raqqah they made it clear. the foreign minister points out here to eradicate the group. how easy will that be? that is the next question. an appeal to the jordanians to the international community to intensify action and support for the coalition both in the air and on the ground. jordan pointing out this group has and sees no borders. the foot soldiers on the ground need to be supported as much as those flying missions. raqqah a hotbed of isis activity was there. the video was released of the air strikes yesterday by the
jordanians. yet, within 24 hours, isis releasing more propaganda video of children in what they say are their school rooms of women in machine factories. giving a sense that life continues as normal. the propaganda continues. a significant message from the jordanians that they are determined to be on the frontfoot, not on the backfoot of the fight. the message to the domestic audience here as well. before the release of the gruesome video of mu'ath al kaseasbeh, there was a significant minority of people here who didn't support the jordanian action within this coalition. clearly at this point, over the past couple of days there has been a galvanized support. to the jordanians at home with
the supporters of the mission. it is as important to you here as those who live in iraq and syria. remember jordan shares border was iraq and syria. the syrian refugees within jordan with a significant impact on infrastructure here. clearly, very very loud message from the government king and country here yesterday. we are on this and we will continue to fight this militant group both militarily and the ideology. christine. >> all right. becky anderson in amman. controversy in washington. democrats challenging republicans to fund the department of homeland security with no strings attached. dhs money runs dry in weeks. democrats demanding a clean funding bill that is not tied to the action on immigration. republican leaders say it will not be their fault if it did not get through, but no doubt, they
do not want to be seen as blocking money. from paying for the war on terror to winning it. the obama administration set to release the strategy today. white house officials tell us it will signal america's resolve to defeat american add ver taerversaryadversaries. it will include issues for iraq and syria. the white house claims it is close to sending an official request to congress to authorize the use of force against isis. the president is required by law technically speaking to get congressional approval for any prolonged military action. up to this moment the white house has been loathe to ask for it and the congress loathe to vote on it. house majority leader john boehner promised a set of hearings and discussions on this subject. secretary of state john kerry will take up the issue of iran's nuclear program. a state official says kerry will meet with iranian foreign
minister in munich. it is part of a year's long effort to make sure iran is not developing nuclear weapons. iran insists the nuclear program is peaceful for energy. the two sides have until the end of march to come up with a deal. stressing havana to release an embassy to open by the end of april. cuba is demanding removal from the list of state sponsored terrorist or people who sponsor terrorism before granting an embassy. u.s. officials say the review of the status on the list is rushed but could take until june. time for an early start for your money. u.s. stock futures are higher this morning. yesterday's stocks up about 1%. so far february has been a
great month. so great that stocks have recovered all of the losses from the ugly january. rising oil prices giving the stock market a boost. oil rose above $50 a barrel yesterday. it is up 4% yesterday. still climbing. it has been a wild ride in oil. as you know, stock oil prices were slashed in half last summer. it is great for drivers, but bad sign for the health of the global economy. one important measure of the u.s. economy comes out this morning. the first jobs report of the year. an interesting side bar. an oil consumer for india. they have a lower oil bill. they are using all of their savings to build infrastructure. it is interesting how the oil story is playing out. >> time for investment. 11 minutes after the hour. survivors of the deadly plane crash now sharing their stories for the first time. that is information from the failed flight's black boxes
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new information this morning. the crash of transasia flight 235. officials are releasing the information from the black boxes. we know there were problems with not just one, but both of the plane's two engines. the death toll from the crash climbing to 35 overnight. divers are still searching the river in taiwan for eight missing victims. we have begun to hear from some of the people who survived. the 15 people who lived to talk about the ordeal. >> translator: after takeoff, i felt something wasn't right. something was wrong with the engine. i always take the flight. i told the girl beside me to release the seatbelt and hold the chair and cover her head. not long after, the plane went down. >> our david molko live in
t'aipei. good morning david. >> reporter: john good morning. in the words of that survivor he felt something wasn't right after takeoff. this emergency began 37 seconds after the plane lifted. the flight only lasted less than three minutes. let me walk you through what investigators are saying. remember this is an aircraft designed to be flown on one engine. there were problems with both. the first problem started on the right engine. about 30 seconds after takeoff. there was some sort of an alarm. a bit after that the pilots had the discussion about shutting down the left engine. the recorder shows the left engine was shutdown. i just got off the phone with the lead investigator on the case. i said could that have happened automatically automatically. his words, the only thing he
would say, the engine cannot be shutdown automatically. it would not shutdown automatically. investigators also saying at that point, there was no thrust from either engine. we heard that call to air traffic control. mayday mayday engine flameout. the pilots were talking about restarting the engine that they talked about shutting down. the left engine. the investigator telling me a few minutes ago, they did restart the engine. it was a couple of seconds before the impact. john i should also mention the harrowing video of the plane hitting the overpass and tumbling into the water. amazing survivor stories. some 15 survivors here in the hospital behind me. the taxi driver clipped on the bridge is here. we were told he was asked to get out of bed and move around his room. the youngest survivor the
15-month-old his father releasing a statement a short time ago, saying his son is now out of icu and doing well. john. >> nothing short of a miracle. david molko, thank you so much. all right. back home the measles epidemic hitting a day care center in illinois. two infants at the palatine day care center. two others are diagnosed based on symptoms. as many as ten more children exposed. watch for children with a fever or rashes. unvaccinated staff and children are asked to stay home for two more weeks. >> we expect there will be more cases associated with the day care. public health nurses have begun reaching out to the exposed individuals to provide guidance to each family. the cook county department of public health will facilitate identification and notification of individuals who may have been
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world leaders trying figure out how to stop the bloodshed. we are live with new developments. jordan unleashing vengeance against isis. bombing targets in iraq and syria and vowing to go further. outbreak spreading. new worries about measles this morning after one day care center reports five children sick with measles. health officials issuing an important warning ahead. welcome back to "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. the escalating battle for ukraine between the ukrainian government and pro-russian separatists. secretary of state meeting about possible weapons aid. kerry backed the claims that russia is directly supporting
the rebels with russian tanks and russian troops. >> i would ask him simply mr. prime minister is it true that as the kremlin just said today, there are no russians on the ground? >> it seems to me the only country who strongly denied clear military russian boots on the ground is russian federation and president putin. if they need i can give them my glasses. >> if they need i can give them my glasses. the leaders of france and germany trying to hammer out a peace agreement. meeting with ukrainian president petro poroshenko. now vice president biden meeting in brussels to discuss aid for
ukraine. we have the latest on the situation with erin mclaughlin. >> reporter: good morning, christine. the goal of the talks in moscow later today on deescalating the conflict in eastern ukraine. yesterday, french president hollande making the surprise announcement of a german/french led initiative. what they are calling negotiations document alongside ukrainians and russians rooted in maintaining the ukraine territory integrity. the question in all of this will the latest diplomatic effort actually work? especially when we hear from the defense ministry that russia is carrying out military drills today close to the russian/ukrainian border. we have heard from the spokesperson for the russian president who said that today that the initiative led by the germans and the french is a welcome initiative. they are looking at the visit as
a positive step. russian state media is reporting that the kremlin does not know the details of the proposal and they are hoping for a constructive conversation later today. now, noticeably absent in moscow secretary of state john kerry will not be present for the negotiations. it is expected he will be in munich at the weekend at the security conference expected to meet with the russian foreign minister. vice president biden in brussels today meeting with european leaders. the leaders are set to rubber stamp a series of sanctions against russian individuals and entities. the sanctions that have been in place for some time not having an effect on putin. showing no signs of reversing course on ukraine especially with the planned military drills near the ukrainian border.
christine. >> erin this morning in moscow. thank you. jordan striking back against isis. hitting hitting targets in iraq and syria. the targets were completely destroyed according to the spokesperson. >> it is the beginning of our retaliation over this horrific and brutal murder of our brave pilot. it is not the beginning of the fight against terrorism and extreme extremism. we have been at the forefront of it and fighting terrorism and extremism for a number of years. so yes, we are upping the ante. we are going after them with everything we have. it is not the beginning and certainly not the end. >> jordan named the operation muath.
jordanian state television released footage of the bombing run and footage of air force personnel including a woman writing taunts on the bombs aimed at isis. king abdullah has been meeting with the family of mu'ath al kaseasbeh. we have beck yiy anderson with more. >> reporter: the military flying missions over raqqah and syria and iraq. degrading and destroying isis assets on the ground. let's take a look at the defining images over the past 24 hours. i have a set of three for you. this points out what is going on here. the video images that our viewers will see of the destruction and air strikes on raqqah. some 30 fighter jets we were
told in the air. they were successful. they destroyed their targets and all returned home safely. that is a first set of images. i want to give our viewers a second set of images. these were released shortly after the infrared images released by the armed forces. these released by isis as part of the ongoing propaganda campaign. set of images that show children in classrooms in raqqah. they say, isis have opened 24 schools. 12 for boys and 12 for girls. giving the impression or one it seems or give the impression that life continues as normal. another image, which i think sums up what has been going on here in jordan over the past 48
to 72 hours since the gruesome video of the murder of the pilot was released. this is of king abdullah's wife with the mother of the downed pilot. clearly incredibly emotional image. one that the jordanians will be very quick to use to a certain extent to help galvanize, as it were this support. you have to remember that here in jordan before that video was released there was a significant minority of people who didn't support jordan's effort in the coalition against isis. didn't understand why it was that the fight was so important outside of their own borders. the country here the government here now very much united in this fight. let's just look at the geologyuy
geography. jordan sharing a border with iraq and syria. clearly an issue of extremism. however small that is within the country's border. a message by the jordanian government. isis as far as jordan is concerned, will be eradicated. they are leading the fight so far as the regional allies are concerned in the effort to do that. >> becky anderson. now to the politics of paying for the war on terror. democrats challenging republicans to fund the department of homeland security with no strings attached. dhs money runs dry in three weeks. democrats demanding a clean funding bill not tied to stopping the president's executive action on immigration. republican leaders don't want to be blamed for a dhs shutdown.
it is not clear how they plan to respond. the obama administration set to release security strajtegy today. they will signal the resolve and readiness to defeat american adversaries moving forward and combating isis in syria and iraq. the white house confirms it is close to sending official request to congress authorizing the use of force against isis. the president is required by law to get congressional approval for any prolonged military action. he could be in for a political fight. house majority leader john boehner promising hearings and discussions on the subject. president obama's initiative to the middle class and free two years of college will take him to indianapolis today. his plan may be a tough sell. in indiana, the general assembly there is going nowhere on a bill very similar to the president's
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the latest on the crash of transasia flight 235. aviation officials are releasing the first pieces of information from the black boxes. we know there were problems with not just one, but both of the engines. death toll from the crash climbing overnight to 35. divers still searching the river in taiwan for eight missing victims. as we begin hearing from some of the 15 people who lived to talk about the terrifying ordeal. >> translator: shortly after takeoff, i felt something wasn't right. something was wrong with the engine because i always take this flight. i told the girl beside me to release the seatbelt and hold on
to the chair and cover her head with clothes. not long after, the plane went down. >> let's bring in david molko tracking the latest in t'aipei. >> reporter: christine, remarkable stories of survival. we are hearing a lot of information coming out. just 48 hours after the crash. in fact talking about the aircraft was designed to be flown on just one engine, but there were problems with both of them. let me walk you through what investigators said. keep in mind this all happened in less than three minutes. the emergency started roughly 30 seconds after takeoff. there was an alarm or warning that had to do with the right engine on the plane. the investigators say just after that there was a discussion about shutting down the left engine. the flight data recorder showing that happened. the left engine was actually shutdown. at this point in the flight in that short flight, there was no
thrust from either engine. there were conversations about restarting the left engine. that happened a few seconds before the plane plunged into the river. far too late to recover. amazing stories of survival when you see the plane clipping the highway and flipping over and heading into the water. 15 people surviving. many of them here in the hospital behind me. we are getting a bit of an update on their condition, including the youngest the 15-month-old toddler. we have been showing you video with him and his father. he had pneumonia and a fever. his father says the boy is now out of icu. he just wants to be held by his mother. christine. >> i'm sure his mother is obliging. david molko, thank you. radioshack once an essential, now filing for bankruptcy. it is not quite the end for the
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will disappear. almost half of the stores will close, but struck a deal for sprint to set up shop inside those. radioshack has been in business for almost 100 years. online competition from amazon and others have made it remember. radioshack is one of those brands. once ubituotus brands. world leaders pushing to end the war on ukraine. a flurry of activity. "new day" starts now. it's time to provide ukraine the ability to defend itself. >> we cannot close our eyes to tanks that are crossing the border from russia. >> we will not be able to give ukrainian forces enough equipment. >> to get these, you have --
peace, you have to defend your country. jordanian f-16s took to the skies over syria, striking 20 isis targets. >> we're going after them wherever they are with everything we have. >> they're not as bold as they once were. i want to apologize, i said i was traveling in an aircraft that was hit by rpg fire. >> i don't think this apology went far enough. >> should he be fired? i think the honorable thing is for him to resign. >> announcer: this is "new day," with chris cuomo, alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> good morning, welcome to your "new day," it is friday february 6th just about 6:00 in the east and right now world leaders are scrambling to save ukraine from the possibility of an all-out war. that is growing as a chance by the minute. the state department is calling the stepped-up violence there a grave situation. vice president joe biden is involved. >> that's right, he's in brussels at this hour while the president of france and the
german chancellor meet with the russian president, vladimir putin, for the high-stakes talks. we're coverrying the story, beginning in kiev with jim sciutto. >> good morning, alisyn. angela merkel traveling to moscow in a few hours, joined by as you say the french president, merkel saying as she travels, that the goal is to stop the horror in eastern ukraine. those are the terms that german officials, french officials and certainly secretary of state john kerry, when he was in kiev yesterday are describing the situation there and i'll tell you the sense of urgency is one i have not heard in months of covering this crisis. so minor progress on the ground today. a short-term cease-fire in one of the hardest-hit towns. but the worry is with each of these cease-fires, the front line moves forward further into the west. with more area under control by those pro russian separatists and by russia. that's the ac
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