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welcome. thank you for watching from canada and all around the world. just ahead, russia is sending a chilling message of possible retaliation to finland and other countries that are looking to join nato. plus, major new developments in the january 6th investigation. several top members of congress getting hit with subpoenas to find out what they knew leading up to the capitol insurrection. and under covid lockdown for two months in shanghai. david culver was finally able to
leave after living for weeks under the city's strict lockdown. >> russia is seeing red over finland's announcement that it plans to apply for nato membership. former president dmitri medvedev said russia would seriously strengthen ground, naval and air defenses on its western border. they are calling finland's decision a radical change in policy as well as a treaty violation. finland declared neutrality at the end of world war ii. but the brutality of putin's war in ukraine has left many feeling vulnerable. for now, finland says there are no direct threats from russia and all is quiet on their 800-mile long shared border. >> in this kind of situation, of course you have to be prepared
for all kinds of threats. we don't speck anything but we are prepared for everything. >> nato members have been quick to support finland's decision but the chief of staff said it shows nato's double standards. >> we are very happy for our friends in finland, and of course, it is absolutely logical steps. but at the same time, it shows the double standard because all the world now sees the long period of time ukraine decided to go to the alliance, but we have still not any concrete answer. >> in ukraine, mill leaders described intense shelling along the front lines in the luhansk region.
satellite images show smoke with the ukrainian and russian forces. ukraine has tried to slow the russian advance. a spokesperson said ukrainian forces have blown up a russian helicopter on snake island. the satellite images show one russian ship narrowly avoiding a ruck strike while others was hit. ukrainian reports three people were killed and 12 wounded by russian attacks on two schools. moscow claims it hit military command posts and ammunition depots. donetsk is part of the donbas region that russia is hoping to capital capture ukraine. >> reporter: the air raid sirens once again here, there was quite a lot of aviation above us and air missiles as the rumble of
artillery continues in the near distance with the russians continuing their efforts to break through the ukrainian lines. almost constant now in the distance of those artillery exchanges. for now, the ukrainians are holding the russians back on this front. neither side is advancing significantly. it is different around the kharkiv to the north where the russian forces have been on the back foot to such an extent that there have been attacks against ukrainian forces from inside russia. they're now within russian artillery range from the russian motherland itself. this is coming at a time when the ukrainian defense ministry is now drawing world attention to something more sinister with echoes of the famine in ukraine with the theft of huge amounts of grain from ukrainian farmers in areas that were captured by the russians. the ukrainian ministry of defense claiming half a million tons of grain has been stolen. certainly, cnn has tracked one
russian ship from sbaft to thattol. and it was downloading grain illegally in syria, stolen from ukrainian farmers. it was the theft grain back in the 1930s that resulted in the famine that killed millions here. so that is a bitter echo of history here in kramatorsk. >> and that grain crisis is on the agenda for g-7 foreign ministers currently meeting in germany. top diplomats are discussing ways to end the blockade of ukrainian grain that millions around the world rely on. live in london with the latest. so some of the leaders have been arriving and speaking. with so much at stake, bring us up to speed on what we're expecting. >> reporter: we are seeing the g-7 foreign ministers arriving now for that session today in germany. they will be set to discuss the
concerns around fad security and that grain supply as we understand it, from the german foreign ministry. some 25 million tons of grain blocked at the port of odesa unable to leave as a result of the blockade. there are serious concerns because ukraine is one of the key suppliers of grain to countries across the middle east and africa, where there is a desperate need for it there. so there are concerns. but also on the logistical side in europe, we've had the european commission in previous days looking at ways potentially to integrate the export system into the european procedural process in order to ease that situation to prevent the delay that we've seen on the border. this is just one of the key issues. we heard from the u.n. world food program. they've appealed to president putin directly saying that millions of people could die. but as we do see g-7 leaders arriving now, there will be
other concerns on the table. the foreign minister of ukraine has been invited. he is in attendance at this session. he has called for more support, more sanctions, more arms. and that's what we've been hearing from the u.k.'s own foreign secretary. take a listen. >> it's very important at this time that we keep up the pressure on vladimir putin by supplying more weapons to ukraine. by increasing the sanctions. g-7 unity has been vital during this crisis to protect freedom and democracy, and will continue to work together to do just that. >> reporter: now, liz truss has said they need to go further and faster in supporting ukraine on the military front. she's called for nato standard equipment to be provided to ukraine. and we have the ukrainian foreign minister, he welcomed the boost in the military,
particularly germany, but he wants this support to be maintained. kim? >> we'll keep following this event throughout the day. live from london for us. thank you so much. here in the u.s., the bipartisan committee investigating the january 6th attacks on the u.s. capitol is wrapping up its battle with republicans refusing to cooperate. in an unprecedented move, the panel sent subpoenas to five key lawmakers thought to have information about the insurrection and they include the top house tunnel kevin mccarthy and four others who have been outspoken supporters of donald trump's baseless lie about the 2020 election being stolen that. >> these are people who were involved with discussions with the president. they were in communication with white house staff on january 6th leading up to it. clearly have relevant testimony. they need to do their duty. they need to uphold their oath and come in voluntarily and testify. if they don't, we will discuss
what the remedy is. >> the committee is under pressure to get results. if democrats lose control of the house in the mid-term elections later this year, republicans will likely shut down the investigation. they call it illegitimate and political theater. meanwhile, there are signs of ongoing federal investigation into whether the trump administration mishandled classified documents. 15 boxes of documents were taken to the former president's home in mar-a-lago after he left office and later retrieved by the national archives. now, people familiar with the matter tell cnn that investigators recently issued a subpoena for access to those materials. mishandling classified documents is a federal crime but it is too soon to know if any charges will be filed. a spokesperson for trump said he, quote, consistently handled all documents in accordance with applicable law and regulations.
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the funeral for an al jazeera journalist is set to be held in jerusalem in just a few hours. shireen abu akleh was fatally shot while reporting on an israeli military raid on wednesday. palestinian leaders say israeli forces are solely responsible for her death and are demanding justice. the report he joins us live from
jerusalem. tell us what more we're learning about this tragic death, the funeral and the upcoming investigation. >> reporter: the funeral is expected to take place later this afternoon. i'm actually at the st. joseph's hospital on east jerusalem, and the building behind me is where shireen abu akleh's body is being prepared form funeral. what we understand is that she, the body will be brought to the church at jaffa gate, and then there will be a funeral procession with many of her fellow journalists in attendance, bringing her to her final burial at the mount zion cemetery. thousands of people came out yesterday across east jerusalem, mourning her in grief. and do i expect to see again that same outpouring of emotion. there is a general strike across east jerusalem. and i think it is important to remember that for so many palestinians, shireen abu akleh
was almost a member of the family. she appeared in their nightly news every day, chronicling the daily lives of palestinians in the west bank. it is really a devastating blow to the palestinian community. this is why we've seen so many people coming out to mourn her death. as far as the investigation, there are two separate investigations ongoing, of course. the palestinian one. they have conducted an autopsy. it has not fully finished yet so it is still ongoing. the investigation. they also have recovered the bullet that killed her. and there is a lot of ballistics tests that need to be done to find out more about where the bullet was fired from. who fired it and at what distance. the palestinian authority is carrying out their own investigation. they have refused to do a joint investigation with the israeli
military. they say they do not trust the israeli authorities on this. separately, therefore, the israeli military is conducting its own internal investigation into what happened at the scene. now, what we understand from them is that the investigation is still ongoing, according to the "washington post," however, guns from israeli forces have been taken for ballistic tests. we have asked the israeli forces for comment on this but they have not given us any comment only so far. >> all right. we'll keep following this very important and tragic story. atika schubert, thank you. the u.s. surpasses a staggering number of deaths during the covid pandemic. but as he marked the somber occasion, president biden said it is time to look ahead to possible future outbreaks. that's next. and david culver went through an ordeal in china being locked down for some 50 days under the
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vaccines globally. the u.s. president joe biden and the european commission leader made the announcement thursday, the same day the u.s. marked 1 million deaths from the coronavirus. the u.s. and eu are pledging to increase vaccine equity and improve supply chains while commitments were also made at a virtual covid summit hosted by biden. he says there is no time to wait when it comes to preparations for the next variant or the next pandemic. here he is. >> now is the time for us to act. all. us together. we all must do more. we must honor those we have lost by doing everything we can to prevent as many deaths as possible. >> countries pledged more than $3 billion for the global fight against covid at that summit. one global health official said that amount won't cut it. here's what the secretary general of the international federation of red cross and red crescent societies told me a short time ago.
>> president biden emphasizing the need for action and not to lose time. that's very, very positive. but it is also very important to know that we need around $15 billion now to be able to take those actions needed that is necessary to prevent the new spread of the virus. as we saw, it is a great number but it is far away from what is needed. the progress has been made. 65% of the population has received at least a single dose of vaccines but we have the low income countries where it is below 16%. so i think it is good to see that commitment. but we ned more of that. i'm turning commitment into action. >> the president of south korea is offering to help north korea with its covid outbreak with medical supplies and vaccines. the reclusive nation reported 18,000 so-called fever cases on thursday, and six deaths. so far the country has
identified more than 350,000 what it calls fever cases, and more than 187,000 people are being isolated. the leader kim jong-un has ordered all cities into lockdown calling it the most important challenge facing the ruling party. while government denials of a covid lockdown haven't stopped panic buying in beijing. there was panic buying on thursday as residents rushed to stock up on supplies. daily cases have remained in the dozens in the chinese capital but they are urging people to stay home and said they would launch a new round of mass testing. but china will be limiting travel abroad for nonessential activities. the government said it will tighten the review process in the issuing of the travel documents. cnn's david culver was in lockdown for six weeks. they were banned from leaving their home. he was finally able to leave this week. here's the story of his journey
out. >> reporter: leaving shanghai today is a one-time, one-way journey. i've not had this much freedom in 50 days. >> and here we go. off to the airport. >> reporter: heading off to the airport since mid far, it all feels so strange. >> the few people you see on and about are in hazmat suits. as you look around the streets, the sidewalks, stores, basically all closed. >> reporter: with the government permitted driver, we passed through check points. our documents thoroughly inspected, including a letter from the american embassy. many expats like me needing diplomatic letters just to leave our apartments. once vibrant and rich with energy, shanghai was forced into an induced coma. the lockdowns began inner ma. by april, this city of more than 25 million people was under strict harsh lockdown.
most of us sealed inside our homes. community covid tests after tests after tests. and in between, at-home covid tests. >> i've done quite a few of these. >> reporter: early on i packed a go bag. for me and my dog. if i tested positive, i would likely end up in a government isolation center like this, or worse, like this. most of us would prefer just to recover in the privacy of our home. in china's zero covid world, that is not an option. shocking scenes of people shouting, we are starving. we are starving. heart breaking stories of people being rejected medical care. some of them later dying. all because hospital workers feared breaking unforgiving zero protocols. witnessing shanghai's handling or mishandling reminded me of wuhan. on january 21st, 2020, we traveled into the then epicenter of what was a then mystery
illness. still fresh in our minds, the perseverance of those in wuhan who lived through original lockdown. some losing loved ones to covid early on. they risked their freedom to share with us their pain-filled stories, furious with their government for not doing more to stop the initial spread. chinese officials maintain they were transparent from the start. in recent days, president xi jinping has praised his country's zero covid efforts, vowing to fight any doubters and critics. over the past two years, we've lived through china's military-like mobilization, rapidly building holts, mastering mass testing of tens of millions at one time. designing a sophisticated contact tracing system. essentially, sealing off their borders to the outside world. wanting to keep on the story,
i've not left china since 2019, making this departure a long overdue homecoming visit. shanghai's airport, once one of the busiest in the world, is now a lonely experience. on the departures board, only two slated to leave on this day. on the floor, sleeping bags and trash where stranded travelers have camped out. they wait here for days or weeks for a flate out. outside on the tarmac, sanitation in place. ground crews spraying each other with disinfectant. boarding the near empty plane. it finally starts to feel real. the disorder, despair, the chaos, the anger, the exhaustion. all of it feel so distant now. with a sigh of relief in a bit of survivor's guilt, leaving behind a country amidst almost unprecedented changes, i wonder
if china's tightening zero covid restrictions coupled with rising tensions with the west will keep its shutter doors from ever reopening. cnn, back home. political fortunes have turn again for a powerful family in the philippines. next, how the son of a former dictator reached the couusp of becoming the next president.
a local dynasty is on the verge of staging a comeback at the top of the philippines politics. ferdinand marcos jr. known as bong bong has won the presidential race. his victory would hardly be without controversy. for more on that, ivan watson joins us from hong kong. tell us more about the man who might be president and how similar or different we expect him to be from his father. >> reporter: this is remarkable. the philippines seems to have come full circle. 36 years after the people power revolution overthrew a long time dictator of the philippines, as ferdinand marcos sr., 36 years later, his son, named ferdinand marcos jr., appears to have been reelected by an enormous and
historic electoral mandate. the presumptive winner of the presidential election in the philippines mobld by supporters. preliminary and unofficial results show ferdinand marcos jr. winning by a land slide. known by the nickname bong bong, he concluded his first statement claiming victory saying judge me not by my ancestors but buy my actions. yet on the same day his campaign released photos of a visit to the grave of his father and namesake. the legacy of the dictator, fert nanld marcos senior, rules large. he ruled the if i will penal for 21 years. nearly half of that under martial law until the people sent the family into exile in 1986. today a monument honors the thousands of filipinos, jailed and killed by the marcos regime.
meanwhile, a presidential commission is still investigating the alleged theft of some $10 billion worth of assets. stolen wealth that funded a lavish lifestyle still reynold by marcos' widow immelda and her infamous shoe collection. marcos jr. downplays his parents' excesses. >> of course it was a comfortable life. of course we were very privileged. it was very clear to us also that this is not something that we were entitled to. this is something that you had to work for. >> reporter: critics accuse him of using social media to help rewrite history. >> all of them promised to bring it back, even if it is white-washed already by the disinformation. >> reporter: already there have been some street protests against marcos, even though he appears to have won the biggest electoral mandate any presidential candidate has seen in generations. some analysts say this is a
repudiation of the politicians who governed since the 1986 overthrow of the elder marcos. >> they are the ones who have raised so much expectations before, but unfortunately, failed to deliver. so this is the very reason why suddenly -- >> and while thin on details, he emphasizes economic development is a top priority. >> of course, the economy, prices. it is the price of energy, lack of jobs, education, infrastructure. all of these areas that will be critical. >> reporter: the philippines has long been plagued by poverty and inequality. 35 years after sweeping a dictator from power, a majority of voters are praying his son can help fix the country's problems. >> reporter: there are some
protests in manila against the apparently president-elect marcos today and there have been concerns raised by vote counting machines that have appeared to malfunction in monday's election. however, it is clear some big governments, big players in the region, are recognizing marcos' apparent victory. president biden called him, congratulated him. and in a white house statement, called him the president-elect. the u.s. state department has said that the election seemed to match international standards. and the chinese president xi jinping sent his own message of congratulations to marcos, hoping to have continue the spirit of cooperation between these two countries. china and the philippines have territorial disputes, notably in the south china sea. it will be very interesting to watch what kind of a policy marcos will conduct there. and of course, the philippines has close ties to the u.s. which
is its former colonial ruler. >> full circle, as you say, with hopefully very different results. thank you so much. appreciate it. for our international viewers, connecting up is next. for those of you in north america, i'll be back with more news after a short break. please stay with us. it's time for our memorial day sale on the sleep number 360 smart bed. it senses your movement and automatically adjusts so you both stay comfortable, and can help you get almost 30 minutes more restful sleep per night. save $1,000 on the sleep number 360 s special edition smart bed, queen now ononly $1,999. only for a limited time.
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a law enforcement cruiser accidentally started a grass fire in colorado on thursday. the blaze was near the colorado springs airport and caused a shutdown of several flights. a brief shelter if place order and even mandatory evacuation orders for 500 nearby homes. the deputy was responding to a report of a suspicious vehicle when the car became stuck in a grassy area. the deputy tried getting out and that's when the fire started.
no deputies were injured. temperatures and weather conditions are providing little relief for firefighters in new mexico. heat and breezy conditions will likely aggravated the her mit's fire. nearly 260,000 acres have been scorched and the blaze is less than 30% contained. evacuation orders remain in place for the wildfire reducing some expensive real estate in southern california to ashes. have a look at this. the so-called coastal fire covers 200 acres with about 15% of it contained. dozens of homes have been affected as firefighters try to get the flames out of control. although no official cause has been reported, the power company, southern california edison, says electric circuit activity was during when the fire was reported. they haven't provided any details but some home openers are just grateful their homes were spared. listen to this. >> it's so random.
just behind us, our friends' home is safe on. either side, it is destroyed. >> mostly just preventive damage to save the house. not loss like this. my neighbors across the street. this was completely down to the ground. >> joining me now, our meteorologist. all that dry fuel can be devastating and the even hotter weather we're expecting. i guess that won't help. >> just a few moments ago, i spoke to the chief of communications from cal fire. he told never ongoing drought and climate change both impacting the fuel beds. the vegetation that is in place across the state of california. just look how dry it is. let's look at long beach. they have only had a little over one inch of rain. they've averaged over eight inches. they're talking about a friend% on average of rainfall for that particular location. 100% of the state of california under drought with 41% of the
state under extreme drought. and other areas across the area in drought conditions. the her mit's peak fire is burning out of control. it is edging closer and closer to be the largest wildfire in new mexico history. we have below average rainfall forecast for the next 15 days, in fact, the heat wave that will commence building across the deep south will be significant. so that will aid in the potential for fuel, or fire problems. look at the heat into sioux falls, south dakota. we had a peon 93-degree report. we had some impressive wind totals that were clocked over 100 miles per hour, which by the way, is equivalent to a category 2 atlantic hurricane. this is a picture of sioux
falls, south dakota before the thunderstorm moved in. this is the resulting damage that came through. and i want to show you this at home. because the actual outflow from the thunderstorm created what is called a haboob. this is what it looked like from the ground. you can see just how terrifying and how quickly these, what appears to be clouds, this is actually dust, is moving overhead. that was in advance of the approaching thunderstorm that caused the damage. >> wouldn't want to get caught. in. unbelievable. thank you. the white house says it is working to address the serious supply shortage of baby formula in the u.s. it announced limited steps like cracking down on price gouging and importing more formula from overseas. it will likely take time before there's an improvement. in the meantime, millions of parent are left scrambling.
>> reporter: justine has searched far and wide on oahu for formula for her 7-month-old son. >> i wasn't able to breast feed. depending on the formula to feed babies. it's very stressful. >> reporter: about 4,000 miles away, this mom had similar problems, finding formula for her 4-month-old daughter. >> i never imagined i would have had to look high and low for formula. >> reporter: millions of families in america confronting that same crisis. a nationwide shortage of baseball formula that has just gotten worse. in recent days, more than 50% of formula was out of stock in eight states. nationwide, the out of stock rate is 43%, according to an agency that tracks how much product is on store shelves. >> we've never seen numbers like this, let alone in such a critical category like baby form landfall. >> reporter: the reasons for the shortage, supply chain problems,
a devastating recall. in february, the company abbott nutrition recalled three brands of its formula after three babies got sick from a bacteria and two died. what should parents do now? worried parents should go out and buy formula. even if it is not the same brand your baby is used to. your baby will transition over a day or so. >> reporter: experts say don't stretch out the formula you've already got by adding water or something else. that can cause illness. and don't do what many desperate parents have reportedly tried. making their own formula. >> it is a come mexico mix of nutrients, vitamins, minerals. it is nearly impossible to get the proportions right doing it at home. there are concerns about bacterial contamination. >> reporter: how long will parents have to deal with this shortage? >> we don't see any evidence of this letting up. the issues that have caused this out of stock crisis are
continuing to factor in to stocking issues. >> reporter: the biden administration just announced it is working with manufacturers to get more baby formula on the shelves faster. in the mean time, new parents will have to deal with limited purchases, places like walmart and target are limiting the number of candles customers can buy in each trans agency. two starbucks outlets in california have become the first in the state to unionize. more than a dozen other california starbucks will likely follow suit. wednesday's votes in the santa cruz came after the location in buffalo, new york, would have been the right to unionize in november. in a statement, starbucks said it is philosophically opposed to unions but will respect the decision. take a look at this. a never before seen image astronomers have captured. this is the super massive black
hole at the center of the galaxy. scientists are calling it the sagittarius a star and the beating heart of the milky way. it is about 4 million time more nasaive than our sun. it took 300 researchers five years to produce the image. the new york lottery is trying to make things right after a mega mistake during tuesday's drawing, the announcer incorrectly called the mega ball a six, when it was actually a nine. listen to this. >> now for the go mega ball. that is six. the winning numbers are 16, 19, 61, 20, the mega ball is six. >> some of the people with that wrong number six still got paid. the mix-up caused lottery officials to temporarily suspend all payouts. we're told they have been resumed. the estimated jackpot today has
reached $99 million. the miami heat are moving on to the next round of the nba playoffs. jimmy butler led the way with 32 points in the game six win over philadelphia. the heat are the top seed in the east and will face the winner of the bucks and celtics series. they are proving they're not going down without a fight. they tied the series at three games a piece. game seven is set for sunday in phoenix. the kentucky derby winner rich strike won't race in next week's preakness in baltimore. that means there is no possibility the colt can achieve the triple crown. the holy grail of american horse racing. the plan was always to enter it in either the kentucky derby or the preakness but not both. it was an 80-1 long shot and scored one of the most thrilling upsets in derby history. it is expected to run in the bell monday stakes on june 11th in new york.
nearly three dozen german shepherds have been rescued from the war in ukraine. according to our cnn affiliate, a california trainer traveled to ukraine to rescue the dogs which are police and military trained canines. they raised about $55,000 to charter a plane and bring them all to san diego county. >> now the dogs need to go through some extensive rehab. they've been shoved in a car for hours. shoved on a plane. they were in bad condition when i showed up. >> him ensays trying to find homes for the dogs but they must be the right fits. most likely they'll to go police departments or a government agency. thank you for joining us. cnn newsroom with max foster is next. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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