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>> i'm not bitter. i know where i can learn more about millennials. you can look at christine romans book. "smart is the new rich." pick one up now. >> for parents paying for their kids' tuition. >> announcer: this is cnn breaking news. welcome to "early start." we have breaking news. a 7.3 magnitude earthquake has hit nepal. the tremors felt as far as new delhi. the epicenter is near the nepalese city of namche near china. there have been six aftershocks. in kathmandu, 50 miles west of the epicenter, panicked crowds ran into the streets. 40 people are reported to have
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been killed in this town. terrified population in nepal. i want to bring in sumnima udas. she is in new delhi. you just returned from the earthquake on april 25th which killed more than 8,000 people. a country which is struggling to get on its feet and get open for business and now this sumnima. >> reporter: that is right, christine. the scope and scale of the earthquake on april 25th the authorities didn't know until a few days later. took some time until you got outside of kathmandu valley. it was difficult to assess. they are still assessing the damage of the previous earthquake. nepal just moving from the search and rescue phase to rehabilitation phase. i was there a few days ago and the army was still going out to assess the damage of the previous earthquake and this
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happens. people were so panicked and traumatized. many camping out outside scared to go back in their homes. always a rumors or fear that another big earthquake will hit again. now it has. during this time so many aftershocks, at least 600 aftershocks after the first quake. this will have an issue on psychology there and rehabilitation process. >> relief and rehabilitation. we are getting reports of landslides and more fatalities. we are starting to see reuters pictures coming in this morning. people fleeing a building. we know they just started to get back. businesses opening up again and markets opening and now this. it is only 11 miles deep this quake. that means the damage can be that much more significant and
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severe. >> reporter: it could be. right now we don't have reports from namche the closest town to the epicenter. namche is really the gateway to everest. that is where anyone would go to first to trek up to base camp and further up to everest. everest was closed off because of the previous earthquake and avalanche thereafter. a lot of people wanted to trek in the area around namche. we don't know if there have been avalanches. a lot of homes are made out of wood and mud. so very difficult to tell. too early to assess the damage. you know a lot of concern that this could be another big one. >> sumnima udas thank you for that in new delhi. she just returned from covering the quake. >> 8,000 dead in the previous quake. a lot of concern of namche where
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there are trekkers and threat of avalanches and aftereffects of the earthquake. more news to talk about this morning. the nfl issuing a severe harsh punishment on tom brady. suspended the star quarterback for four games over deflategate. >> the unprecedented penalties, including a four-game suspension for tom brady came less than a week after the 243-page report on deflategate. >> i don't have really any reaction. i haven't had much time to digest it. >> players throughout the league reacting. >> we have full belief and faith in tom. it has been like that for six years for me. that will not change now. >> someone breaking rules, i understand. you will get punished. >> the report led the league to not only bench the star quarterback, but also slap the patriots with a $1 million fine.
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the highest ever. and in another staggering blow the team has to give up its 2016 first-round draft pick and fourth round pick in 2017. >> the nfl is on a mission right now to repair some of the mistakes they made in the past. the nfl league office on this one out of control. >> brady's agent is blasting the decision saying we will appeal and that the discipline is ridiculous and has no legitimate basis. new england fans are showing support online and beyond. there's a #nobradynobanner. pressing the nfl to raise the championship banner until brady is back on the field. >> i don't want to see a banner without brady. he is the franchise. >> reporter: the patriots owner is sticking by his quarterback. tom brady has our unconditional support. our belief in him has not
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waivered. the two employees in the report have been suspended without pay indefinitely. the patriots did that already. if they want to be back with the team, they need approval. as for the appeal it will be held by roger goodell himself or someone appointed by roger goodell. the patriots have the option to send it to a judge. a lot of people think the suspension will be reduced. maybe as much as two games. the nfl may clear the severity of the punishment wasn't due to what happened here but because the patriots have infractions in the past. spygate in 2007. >> it is may. if you are talking about four games next season they have to resolve all of the appeals has to happen over the summer. >> that's enough time for them to do it. suspensions get reduced or eliminated. i suspect he will miss a few games. >> he has the paycheck from
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gisele. he is okay. >> you don't have to worry. >> four games without pay for tom brady. >> $2 million. >> that's real money. developing this morning, police in lake mary florida are expected to detail the monday shooting of george zimmerman. he says someone he had been in an ongoing dispute with pulled up alongside him in traffic and took a shot at him. the bullet missed zimmerman, but he was hit in the face by flying glass. the attorney for the shooter, matthew apperson tells a different story. saying his client shot at zimmerman because zimmerman brandished a gun at him. >> this is good old fashion self defense. if one is in reasonable fear of their life or bodily harm they have a right as every state in the country allows to protect themselves if they are threatened. >> this fellow was taunting and yelling at him calling him
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names. you going to shoot me now kind of thing. i don't know where that came from. in any event, when george recognized him, realized who he was and what he was saying he rolled his window up and decided to get away. not provoke it whatsoever. the fellow followed him, followed him around the u-turn and pulled up and shot him. could have easily killed him. >> zimmerman's lawyer denies his client waved a gun. so far, no arrests and no charges in the case. the head of the national security agency says efforts by isis to use the internet as a weapon against the west instead of recruiting is of great concern for the nsa. admiral mike rogers told a conference on monday that his agency is worried about isis using the web to recruit and encourage lone wolf attacks in the united states. i want to bring in senior correspondent nick paton walsh
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with latest. good morning, nick. >> reporter: john some stark warnings from admiral mike rogers of the nsa speaking to a cyber conference talking about the new threat that isis posed to people in the united states simply because of the power to project ideology over the internet. let me read to you what he had to say. concern about individuals in the united states resonating with the ideology of isis and idea of acting violently is of great concern. it is a trend that things are increasing not decreasing. that comes hot on the heels of the garland, texas shooting in which two attackers tweeted allegiance to isis ahead of the attack and seem to have internet traffic or social media contact with isis supporters in the weeks beforehand. the key issue, john not that we are talking about command or control, but the different nature of the isis threat is
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ideas and ideology and videos online and handbooks as how to do things can appeal to people who are dissolution or lost or dysfunctional. some say the hard lined communists springing up like in the '70s. this could garner attraction in the u.s. one bit of context here. the director of the nsa giving the warning. a lot of focus on the nsa over the edward snowden and the surveillance and the weeks and months ahead, nsa will seek to renew capacity to look at elements of internet traffic in the united states. a lot riding on this in terms of internet security and if the nsa gets to retain the growing isis threat in the u.s. >> nick paton walsh, thanks.
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a five-day cease-fire in yemen set to begin today. stepped up air strikes on houthis rebels in the final hours before the deadline. it is hoped the cease-fire will allow aid to reach citizens who have endured power outages and no food or water or medicine. over 1,400 have been killed in the conflict. white house is pushing back that relations are soaring with the allied nations. the decision to skip the camp david summit is being done to send a message to president obama about u.s. overtures to iran. >> this is absolutely no basis in fact. >> why did he lead the u.s. believe he would be here? >> the cease-fire was announced
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and timing was announced. the circumstances have change. >> i know there have been some speculation that this change in travel plans was attempt to send a message to the united states. if so that message was not received because of the feedback we have received from the saudis has been positive. >> last week he said he was coming. this week he says he is not. king salman spoke by telephone about the negotiations with iran. time for your money. concerns about greece's debt and future in the eu. bond fields are surging. dramatically. that is not good news for stocks. u.s. stock futures down. yesterday's stocks pulled back. dow down 86 points. google's self driving cars in 11 accidents in the last six years. they are testing the self driving cars. according to a blog post they
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were all minor and limited damage. the self driving car was apparently never the cause, but the person inside the car had taken control. in others the car was rear-ended or sideswiped. this could save thousands of lives a year from traffic fatalities. the whole self driving idea will be good for congestion and commutes for time quality of life. >> i like the guy with the cheesecutter hat. he looks cool. >> they are very safe as long as no humans are involved. we are following breaking news. a powerful earthquake in nepal. a few weeks ago, 8,000 people killed in a quake. a new one. we have reports of fatalities and reports of building collapses. we are getting details by the minute. stay with us.
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we are covering breaking news this morning. we are getting our first reports here early reports of deaths caused by new magnitude 7.3 earthquake in nepal. at least four deaths have been reported. u.s. geological survey reports have been at least six aftershocks. up to 6.3. international agency says there were four deaths in the town of chatara. the epicenter is believed to be in the city of namche near the border of china. we have reports of buildings collapsing and buildings damaged in the prior quake collapsing now. we have journalist minesh
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shrevna with us. we know they have been having difficulty getting things back to normal after the first earthquake. what do you know now? >> reporter: people are in shock. i was walking down the street and the quake struck. the traffic came to a standstill. people tried to call their loved ones but they could not work or get through on the phones. people were saying when will this ever stop. we just want this to stop. they are really scared. as you mentioned in the report earlier, the town is more than 3,000 people. i hear reports that the whole town has been devastated.
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i talked to the police. the police said they are still getting reports and sending teams to assess the damage. the death toll is going to rise. it will rise as we get more reports. people are still not coming to terms with the april 25th quake. and some offices started opening on friday as well as schools. now with the quake, i do not know when life will come to normal again. >> just on friday the schools in nepal starting to reopen. you say for obvious reasons. people just now beginning to come to terms with what had happened on april 25th. then this new quake. we do know manesh there have
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been several aftershocks as well. people are standing outside and afraid to go inside buildings. >> reporter: yes, people are standing outside. as soon as the quake happened the stores pulled down shutters and people coming out of offices. i talked to some office goers. they do not know. there are people i was talking to on the streets and telling me they will start sleeping outside again. they had been too scared of the aftershocks. they are too scared to go inside. now we will see a lot of people sleeping outside again. in any open space you see in kathmandu, people are still outside. they want this to stop. >> manesh what can you tell me
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about namche? that is the town where this quake, the epicenter of the quake, is believed to be. namche known as the gateway to ever evident everest. >> reporter: i have no updates of damages. police are still assessing the situation. if that is where the epicenter is and there is damage then that will mean a lot to nepal industry. a lot of rebuilding. people are still missing from -- tourists missing from the april 25th quake. all the expedition on everest and other mountains in the area have already been abandoned. i do not think there are too many out there.
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it is going to hard hit the industry if that is the epicenter and we are hearing. we have not reports. we will get more information in the next few hours of what exactly how badly damaged that is. the village is damaged as we saw in cnn reports earlier and we can expect something similar. and there were deaths in everest base camp already. we can expect more deaths there. i hope there are not that many deaths. >> we all hope that. manesh thank you for being with us and helping us understand what is going on in nepal. a 7.3 magnitude earthquake.
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of state john kerry and russian president vladimir putin meet face-to-face in sochi this morning. cnn's matthew chance is in moscow for us this morning. no shortage of things for these two to talk about. it has been a while since this has been a high level face-to-face meeting. >> reporter: that is night. john kerry hasn't been to russia since 2013. astonishing with the state of relations with moscow and washington. areas of dispute from ukraine to sanctions imposed by washington over involvement in ukraine. nato expansion and a real thorn in the side of relations as it were with moscow and washington. all of those threaten the countries in various other areas in international diplomacy on syria and iran and yemen. they have to cooperate on the united nations to get things done in the arena.
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i think what we are seeing now is perhaps a first step by the united states to try to move toward normalizing the relationship. john kerry will meet with vladimir putin and the russian foreign minister later on today. i think we can look at that as a potentially good sign. whether it is reciprocated or not is a different question. >> indeed. thank you for that matthew chance. breaking news this morning. a new earthquake has hit nepal. this country devastated by a quake a few weeks ago. 8,000 people killed in the first earthquake. today, a new one. 7.3 magnitude. already reports of fatalities. we will bring you the latest information after the break.
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>> announcer: this is cnn breaking news. good morning. john berman here along with christine romans. breaking news this morning. a powerful 7.3 magnitude earthquake has hit nepal. a new earthquake. the second one, of course. one two weeks ago that killed more than 8,000 people. the epicenter near namche. the gateway to everest. it is on the border with china. kathmandu, you can see crowds here fleeing on the streets. we are told by people on the ground that everyone is rushing outside. traffic said to be snarled. we talked to someone on the ground there. he said the first thing is people are in shock. in the town of tchohara
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reporting a death toll. that could rise. we have sumnima udas. sumnima udas is in new delhi. she just returned from kathmandu. sumnima, we are hearing of buildings collapsed there. the news not good. >> reporter: not good at all. in fact with the last earthquake it took some time at least three to four days for authorities and us as well to just get a sense of the scope and magnitude of the earthquake. the scope of the damage there. until you got out of kathmandu available, it is difficult to ascertain how big the earthquake was. in kathmandu, complete chaos on the streets as you mentioned. a lot of people outside. a lot of people were just
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starting to move back in their homes after the earthquake two and a half weeks ago. a lot of them were cracked homes because of the earthquake. complete panic on the streets. police set out a tweet saying please don't occupy the streets. find open areas. kathmandu has very few open areas. a congested city. one huge park in the middle of the city. that is about it in terms of massive open areas. a lot of people are headed that way. otherwise, just outside in their gardens. this is something people have been talking about since the previous earthquake. another earthquake will strike again. it has been continuous aftershocks. according to one account, at least 600 aftershocks. people are panicking and traumatized by the earthquake. now this happens. again, the aftershocks are continuing continuing. >> we heard the airport in
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kathmandu has been closed. we now understand the airport has reopened. that is good news. they need the aid coming in and out. what can you tell me about the town of namche? you called it the gateway to everest. >> reporter: that's right. anytime someone wants to summit everest or go on a trekking trip around everest base camp you go to namche. you first land in a space from kathmandu and you walk for two days to get to namche. that is really the hub of the expedition in the industry of the mountain. you head to the base camp and the summit. everest was closed or expedition expeditions were closed because of the previous earthquake and avalanches. a lot of people were around
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namche because people could trek around the area and base camp. we don't know what's happened in namche right now. it could be quite bad. if there are avalanches if you are talking close to everest, the last earthquake was a distance but still avalanches. now namche is just really the bottom of everest. if an earthquake hit around there, thenpotentially there could be a lot of avalanches. >> we are waiting to hear. sumnima udas thanks. the nfl bringing the hammer down on new england patriots tom brady. suspending him four games over deflategate deflategate. patriots fined $1 million. the agent for tom brady calls the discipline ridiculous. he says there was quote no fairness in the investigation. he promises to appeal.
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the team owner robert kraft saying brady has the patriots unwaivering support. andy scholes has more for us. there will be an appeals process. what is going on? >> reporter: the nfl hitting brady with the suspension. the league says they must protect the integrity of the game. in a letter to brady, executive vice president of football operations troy vincent says brady's actions described were considered detrimental to the game of football. brady's agent said the discipline is ridiculous and has no basis. the nfl lacks standards or protocols with respect to the handling of footballs prior to the game. this is not the fault of tom or the patriots. we will appeal. the letter to the patriots mentioned the team's prior
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record and spygate. the punishment this time around is harsher. the patriots the only franchise since 1980 to be stripped of a first-round draft pick and it happened to them twice. nfl doubling the fine to the patriots this time around. tom brady with a harsher punishment. robert kraft went get the apology. he released a statement condemning the actions. the punishment far exceeded any reasonable expectation. it was circumstantial rather than hard or conclusive evidence. tom brady has our support and our belief in him has not waivered. patriots running back blunt tweeted, this is absolutely ridiculous. shaking my head. #standup. patrick peterson tweeted, well
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done nfl. #deflategate #deflategate. and tom brady suspended four games? ridiculous. comparing it to steroid use. if brady misses the first four games, he would be out for pittsburgh buffalo, jacksonville and dallas. if he returns for the fifth game barring the win of the appeal process, it will be at indianapolis on sunday night football. the colts got the controversy going. >> i have been asking john berman all morning. if you are trying to find a pattern in what is justice in the nfl, would you be able to find a pattern? i didn't hear anybody say two games, two draft picks and $1 million. >> they have been all over the place with the problems they had with domestic violence and child abuse. now they are just trying to -- we're going to hand down the harshest punishment possible and
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let the appeals process play out. >> andy scholes, thank you. i appreciate it. developing this morning in lake mary florida. police expected to release a report to detail the shooting that injured george zimmerman. the man acquitted in the murder of trayvon martin. he said that someone he had been in an ongoing dispute with pulled up in traffic alongside him and took a shot. the bullet missed him, but he was injured by flying glass. the attorney for the shooter says his client shot at zimmerman because zimmerman brandished a gun at him. >> this good old fashion self defense. if one is in reasonable fear of their life or bodily harm they have a right to protect themselves if they are threatened. >> this fellow was taunting and yelling at him calling him names. you going to shoot me now kind
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of thing. i don't know where that came from. when george recognized him and realized who he was and what he was saying he rolled his window up and decided to get away. not to provoke it. the fellow followed him, followed him around the u-turn and then pulled up next to him and shot him. could have killed him easily. >> simmerzimmerman's lawyer denies he waved a gun. we will continue to follow the breaking news out of nepal. a new earthquake striking this morning. we are bringing you new details as we get them. plus a stern warning about the success of isis on american soil. i hate cleaning the gutters. have you touched the stuff? it's evil. and ladders... awwwwwww!!!!! they have all those warnings on them. might as well say, "you're going to die, jeff". you hired someone to clean the gutters? not just someone. someone from angie's list. but we're not members. we don't have to be to use their new snapfix feature. angie's list helped me find a highly rated service provider
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at least four people in the town of chatara have been killed. that number could sadly rise. the head of the nsa with the isis warning of using the internet. it is not just for recruiting and ideology but using it as a weapon. this is a great concern for the nsa. admiral mike rogers says the agency is worried that isis is using the web to turn to lone wolf attackers in the u.s. we have nick paton walsh with us. we heard again and again that the jihadists are resonating with the sub sect of people and using the web to spread the message. >> reporter: many analysts have spoken of how it resonates among those who ideologically driven
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and feel that islamic faith resonates closely with them. there are others who are dysfunctional and disan-attached from the communities they are in. but, michael rogers, the director of the nsa speaking to a security conference did sound a stark warning saying that individuals in the u.s. are increasingly resonating with the ideology of isis and acting violently is clearly of great concern. it is a trend things suggest is increasing not decreasing. obviously, that is to state the obvious after the first attack in the u.s. which isis purportedly tried to latch themselves on to with the shootings in garland, texas. the two shooters seemed to pledge allegiance to isis. still unclear if there is prior
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communication at all. this is the key concern, christine. you are talking about an ideology which is attractive to people who may have never met isis leadership. in the past you have a chain of command or you could investigator look for and surveillance. in this case you may not get that. you may have a lone wolf who sees something online and learns what he has to do on the internet and plots the attack. then afterwards isis says they are connected. one piece of information, christine, the head of the nsa embattled after the revelations of edward snowden and privacy. he will talk about the weeks ahead of trying to renew the powers that the nsa has for surveillance and you may want to view the comments on the threat of isis as he sees it within the light of the nsa and also trying to preserve the ability to do what they say to protect the national security. >> nick looking at all of the
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closing arguments are set for tomorrow in the penalty phase in the boston marathon bombing trial of dzhokhar tsarnaev. both sides resting on monday after testimony from sister helen prejean after she told jurors she believes he is genuinely sorry for what he did. here is deborah feyerick. >> reporter: since this trial began, sister helen prejean said she met with dzokhar five times. she describes his demeanor. his eyes were lowered. his voice had pain in it and quote, said emphatically no one deserves to suffer like they did. she said i had every reason to think he was genuinely sorry for what he did. she did not say that he actually said those words, i'm sorry.
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living expenses. breaking news. the breaking news this morning, this new earthquake has hit nepal. "new day" picks up coverage of that story now. unprecedented penalties. >> suspended for four games without pay. >> we have full belief and faith in our quarterback. >> someone's breaking rules, you got to get punished for them. >> this video from a friend pro-isis hacking group threatening a cyber attack is coming. >> this is about the first time in a decade that i've personally been concerned about the fight. the shooting death of unarmed teen tony rob ibson. >> he was a good kindhearted kid. >> will the madison police officer be charged? >> i'm a proud brother of george w. bush. >> on the subject of iraq. >> yep. >> would you have authorized the invasion? >> i would have. so would have hillary clinton. this is "new day" with chris cuomo, alisyn camerota and
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michaela pereira. good morning. welcome to your "new day." it's tuesday may 12th 6:00 in the east. we begin with breaking news. another major earthquake hitting nepal near mt. everest and the china border. this is the moment the 7.3 quake started shaking what's left of that city and surrounding areas. >> so you can see first images of chaos and confusion in the streets. this comes of course as nepal is still recovering from the other devastating earthquake that killed more than 8,000 people just two weeks ago. let's get right to cnn senior international correspondent ivan watson in hong kong. what do we know ivan? >> reporter: good morning. it's a tough day for nepal coming so soon after that previous terrible natural disaster. everybody we've talked to said they were frightening moments after the 7.3 magnitude earthquake hit. our own producer outside of katmandu he was cleaning up debris from the previous earthquake when this earthquake hit. and he said he witnessed


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