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the world is united in support of our determination to prevent iran from developing a nuclear weapon. >> an historic deal. six major powers, including the u.s. agreed to freeze key parts of the nuclear program. the terms, the reaction and controversy ahead. >> what does this mean for israel? the u.s. allies are voicing their displeasure calling it an historic mistake. >> republicans are firing back calling the treaty a blow to our allies. one high ranking senator
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saysitis the president's effort to distract from obama care. your "new day" starts right now. good morning, everyone. i'm kristi paul. we are waiting to hear from prime minister netanyahu. we have not yet heard from him formally in front of a camera. he is none too pleased. >> very critical of the idea of the deal and after it was signed, we are going hear the comments. i'm victor blackwell. 6:00 here this "new day" sunday. announcer: this is breaking news. >> of course, the breaking news, the u.s. and fellow world powers clenched an historic deal after marathon talks. again, we are standing by for a live reaction. this is a look at the podium from prime minister benjamin netanyahu from israel.
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>> it freezes a good chunk of the program. we want to give you the nuts and bolts. this is a six month deal. a longer term agreement is worked out. we call it phase one. their ability to enrich uranium is limited. international monitoring by the iaea. president obama and his top diplomats say the deal will help keep a nuclear weapon out of iran's hands. >> the international unity is on display today. the world is united in support of our determination to prevent iran from developing a nuclear weapon. iran must know that security and prosperity will never come through the pursuit of nuclear weapons. it must be reached through agreements that make their pursuit of nuk lar weapons possible. >> the purpose of this is simple, to require iran to prove the peaceful nature of its
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nuclear program and ensure that it cannot acquire a nuclear weapon. >> it's winning praise from iran. top republicans here in the u.s. say it gives too much to arraign. >> jim has been following this so closely in geneva and has more now on this landmark deal. >> reporter: in geneva, an historic deal is struck. >> for the first time in nearly a decade, we have halted the process of the nuclear program. key parts will be rolled back. >> reporter: designed to block iran from ever building a nuclear weapon. >> these are substantial limitations to help prevent them from building a nuclear weapon. they cut off their likely paths to a bomb. >> reporter: after weeks of intense talks, quickly economic sanctions on iran will be eased. in all, $7 billion in relief.
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in exchange, they decided to halt enrichment of uranium 5% and dilute the current stockpile so it cannot be used for a weapon. they agreed to stop building the heavy water reactor, a second potential path to a bomb and promised to be more open allowing intrusive, daily monitoring. the foreign minister, zarif said it is given formal recognition to a peaceful nuclear program. >> some are saying it's been recognized, the program has been recognized. the white house says there's no formal right to enrich. >> we believe the current agreement, the current plan of action, as we call it, in two distinct phases has a very clear reference with the fact that iranian enrichment program will
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continue and will be a part of any agreement, now and in the future. >> reporter: israeli's prime minister, benjamin netanyahu was critical of the deal calling it a mistake. it threatens many countries, including israel. secretary kerry offered this to the closest ally in the region. >> let me be crystal clear to israel, friends in the region, any neighbor that feels threatened that the next step requires proof certain, a fail safe set of steps that eliminate the current prospect of a breakout and creation of a nuclear weapon. >> reporter: still, the deal has critics back in washington. republican senators including lindsey graham skeptical. >> if all we have left is place
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is what they have, has it been rolled back? you still have the capability to enrich the weapons grade. the question is, should they be allowed to enrich given their behavior at all? >> you really can't underestimate what a sea change this is for relations between u.s. and iran and the outlines of this deal, we would not have predicted them a couple months ago. looking forward, it is just a first step, but a step as the iranian prime minister said toward ending an unnecessary and sad chapter in relations between the u.s. and iran. >> jim there in geneva, thank you. we have a programming note that secretary kerry will join candy crowley at 9:00. keep it here for "state of the union." >> we want to move to iran. the president is contradicting
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secretary kerry. >> reza is live this morning. they say the deal does explicitliage knowledge iran's right. who is right here? can you hear us? >> i'm not sure i hear you. >> let me repeat the question. there's contradiction here between what we are hearing from secretary kerry and what president rouhani is telling them that they have a right to enrich uranium. clear this up for us. >> reporter: indeed, iran's president is saying this agreement does acknowledge their right to enrich uranium. secretary of state, john kerry is saying no it doesn't.
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they are conflicting statements, they are confusing. it leaves you wondering who is telling the truth and what the facts are. i think it is a result of the two countries going back and cranking up the pr machine and spinning it to depict it to favor them, depict it as them being the winner and the other side the loser. they can enrich it to 5%, not 20% or 90% that could give them the fuel required for a nuclear bomb. it's not explicitly written in the agreement and could explain why the two sides are making conflicting statements. both sides praising their efforts. hassan rouhani is depicting iran as the winner. iran is not after a bomb. here is some of what he had to say earlier today. >> translator: the iranian
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nation does not seek nuclear weapons. after the comprehensive talks and final agreement, a year from now no one should say that we hampered the obtainment of nuclear weapons. this has to be a joke, a historical joke. iran has never sought to obtain nuclear weapons. >> reporter: that was hassan rouhani praising the foreign minister and praising the interim agreement. iranians, we have talked to a lot of them today. been signed.py an agreement has remember, this is what they wanted when they voted in hassan rouhani in june. they wanted him to come in with a mandate to improve the
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economy. everyone knows the first step to improving the economy is lifting the sanctions and the way to do that is reach a deal on the nuclear program and improve relations with the west. there's still a long way to go for a be all, end all deal that will completely resolve this issue. everyone is happy at least the first step has been taken. >> reza thank you so much. now, remember, israel is very unhappy about this nuclear deal. >> we are waiting for comments from the israeli prime minister, benjamin netanyahu. a short time ago, he called the agreement an historic mistake. he's going to speak in a moment. let's bring in ian lee in jerusalem. tell us more about the prime minister's reaction thus far. >> well, prime minister benjamin netanyahu gave a statement
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earlier today in hebrew before the weekly cabinet meeting. he said what was achieved in geneva is not an historic agreement, it's an historic mistake. the world has become a much more dangerous place because the most dangerous regime has taken a step in retaining the most dangerous weapon in the world. the iranian regime is committed. israel that has right to defend itself, by itself again any threat. they were strong words and echoes the general consensus that the deal doesn't go far enough in dismantling their nuclear program. the direct concern israeli's face or have focus on are the centrifuges. they want to see them dismantled and the material taken out of country. they fear they can still make the bomb. they have emphasized, this is
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the number one issue. they believe iran, especially a nuclear iran is the largest, strategic threat to the country. we have been talking to people on the streets and getting a reaction. most people are against it but, you know, president obama has tried to alleviate the fears saying israel has good reason to be skeptical about iran and wanted to reassure that their security is a priority. there's fear the sanctions that are being eased could collapse the whole regime and it would be impossible to ratchet it up. president obama and secretary kerry said that is not the case. >> we know president obama is expected to have a conversation with the prime minister now. we'll find out if that conversation happens before benjamin netanyahu comes out to
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speak. maybe the president wants to ease the concerns before the prime minister makes the public remarks. >> we know he is expected to speak with him at some point today whether it's now or later. as soon as we get it we will let you know. >> white house officials have been contacting members of congress. republicans are blasting president obama over the interim nuclear deal with iran. in a statement, this is from florida senator, marco rubio. by allowing the iranian regime to obtain a sizable nuclear infrastructure it makes a nuclear iran more likely. >> lindsey graham tweets, unless it requires dismantling the iranian centrifuges, we haven't gained anything. texas senator john core nine says it's amazing what they will do for o-care, shorthand for obama care.
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millions of people traveling to their holiday destinations. you may be one of them. let's bring in karen in the cnn weather center. we want to know how bad this is going to get. >> how bad can it get for the holiday. >> the roads are very slick. they are starting that way across arizona and new mexico, extending into texas especially west texas. a lot of areas reporting icy conditions and a number of automobile accidents, even last night. we heard a report that willie nelson's tour bus, to the north of dallas, they ran across slick roads there and injuries reported. we don't know that he had injuries himself. looking at the radar imagery, we are picking out slick weather all the way from amarillo to lubbock. let's show you what's happening out of midland, texas. they saw icy conditions over the last 24 hours. yeah, you know the drill.
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this is very unpleasant to try to scrape off even a thin layer of ice. imagine this on the overpasses and the power lines. this may not bring down power lines. if it's windy and you get this, it certainly could. let's take you to columbus, ohio. i don't know if you saw the ball game. victor and christie, should i mention the score on this one? >> please do, please do. >> ohio state clobbered indiana. it was 42-14, ohio state. >> yeah, that's clobbering. >> snowy conditions there. it looks like as you head out the thanksgiving holiday, the southeast, 50 million people in the northeastern corridor, we could see another 50 million people affected going into the thanksgiving holiday. back to you. >> thank you so much for the heads up. still to come, the olympic torch takes a dive as it travels
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up to the winter games. more on the amazing journey is next. we want to get to israel right now. prime minister benjamin netanya netanyahu. >> it's a much more dangerous place. many share the concern of israel, especially in the region
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and there's a reason for this. for years the international community has demanded that iran cease all uranium enrichment. now, for the first time, the international community has formally consented that iran continue its enrichment of uranium. this is in dire controversy of the resolutions. iran is taking only cosmetic steps, which it could reverse easily within a few weeks and in return, sanctions that took years to put in place are going to be eased. iran is going to receive billions of dollars worth of sanctions relief. the pressures on iran are being lifted, they are being eased. with the lifting of this pressure, this first step could very well be the last step. without continued pressure, what incentive does the iranian
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regime have to take serious steps that dismantle the nuclear weapons capability? why would it dismantle the centrifuges? none of this is covered in the agreement. they are left intact. israel is not bound by this agreement. we cannot and will not allow a regime that calls for the destruction of israel to obtain the means to achieve this goal. we will not allow iran to have a nuclear weapons capability. israel has many friends and allies. when they are mistaken, it's my obligation to speak out clearly and openly and say so. it's my solemn responsibility to protect and defend the one and only jewish state.
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[ speaking foreign language ] >> the comments from prime minister benjamin netanyahu, relaying them in hebrew. we heard a few moments ago, this agreement made the world a much more dangerous place. of course, from the beginning of the talks and the conversation that the president had with the new president of iran, hassan rouhani, back in the fall, the prime minister has told the u.s. and the world this regime, this country cannot be trusted. >> he called the deal, he said this is a deal that calls for the destruction of israel. this is how strongly he feels about it. you heard him ask what incent e incentives does iran have to dismantle? he's not the only one calling for the dismantling of the
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republican senators. we heard israel and saudi arabia say this has to be a deal. at this point, as far as we can tell, that is not part of the deal. we have to wait and see how it pans out. remember, it is a first phase cht it's going to continue to progress and evolve and iaea gets in there and sees what they are dealing with. >> we are told by the white house president obama will have a conversation with the prime minister today. no mention of that. prime minister benjamin netanyahu said the state of israel has many allies and friends, but when they are wrong it's up to him to stand-up and say so. the legislative body in israel says israel has no one to trust but god and ourselves, going a step beyond what we just heard from the prime minister. of course, we'll stay with the breaking news. as we get reaction from around
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sweeping across the country. the west has been hammered by floods and snow. now, bitter cold and ice are due to sweep into the northeast. this could mean long delays. pack some patience as you head into the thanksgiving holiday. a convenience store clerk and his father accused of trying to rip off their father with a pair of lottery tickets. they lied to the man and paid out winnings as $1,000. the story lotto machine wasn't working problemerly. a home that apparently belongs to miley cyrus was robbed. only a few personal items were taken. they found no evidence of forced entry. representatives did not immediately return our calls for comment. yesterday was supposed to be a happy day, miley's 21st
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birthday. >> i'm sure it was wherever she was. firefighters made a massive drug bust. they found $1 million worth of marijuana. after the fire was put out, officials recovered 150 marijuana plants. look at them taking it out there. you know there's an investigation under way. this new deal, the nuclear deal with iran is short term, good for only six months. it's a comprehensive plan that's supposed to be worked out. >> despite criticism, president obama insists this interim arrangement is a good thing. >> substantial limitations that will prevent iran from building a nuclear weapon. simply put, they cut off iran's path to a bomb. >> let's look at the nuts and bolts of this agreement with jim walsh, an international security analyst. jim, it's good to have you, especially when we are unpacking
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major developments like this one. i want to get to the discrepancy of what u.s. officials and iranian officials are saying. iran yan officials are saying they have the right to enrich. does the country still have the right to enrich? >> i think it's for iranians to decide. the way they negotiated, they said in the document, which i read this morning, they are going to abide by the npt. everybody has the rights under that treaty. iran is going to interpret it as a right to enrich. the u.s. is not going to. it's up to them to decide for themselves. at the end of the day, they can enrich to 3% to 5%. you cannot make a nuclear weapon with 3% to 5% enriched. intelligence agency inspectors are going to be able to be there every day, there's going to be remote monitoring. we are going to know about the
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program going forward. >> how expansive and solid is the oversight? is it possible they have centrifuges the international community doesn't know about? >> this is the problem with undeclared sights. first of all, they would not have signed a deal with iran if they thought there were secret facilities. this arrangement makes their program more transparent. we'll have access to facilities we did not have access to before. the greater the transparency, the tougher it is to hide secret facilities. the final thing is iran is the most watched country in the world. israel, russia, france, the u.s., saudi, everyone is scanning, listening, watching iran every day. i think that's a really low probability. >> we just heard from the prime minister of israel, benjamin
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netanyahu. marco rubio says it's creating a greater need for sanctions and makes a nuclear weapon more likely. that idea of having a nuclear weapon from iran, is that politics or truth to that? >> i think it's politics. most folks complaining about the deal are in favor of not having a deal what so ever. it's a way to throw mud at it. at the end of the day, it's a better agreement than i thought we would get. the heavy water reactor is going to be frozen. that originally wasn't going to be in the proposal, the first interim part until france made that objection. this is an agreement supported by france, great britain, germany, the american public, 2-1 and a number of republican and democratic former national security officials including mr.
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brzezinski. overall, there may be people who gripe about this, but it is a tremendous victory for diplomacy and nonproliferation. >> at the end of six months when the deal is cut off, what happens then? and what has to happen in those six months to secure it? >> this was always designed as a period where each side gets to test each other, build confidence and momentum. there are things that are not in the first agreement that will be part of the final comprehensive deal. for example, membership in the additional protocol, a special set of rules they have. that's going to be addressed. on the other side, more sanctions released. both sides have to do stuff here. as the document says, nothing is done until everything is done. if the iranians don't agree and don't follow through, we will know that.
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inspectors are on the ground and they won't get the sanctions relief. if we don't give the sanctions relief, they are going to build sent centrifug centrifuges. >> $7 billion of relief that can be reversed. jim walsh on the agreement over iran's nuclear program. thank you so much, jim. >> thank you. the bones of the world's first pope are unveiled to the public. this is happens for the first time ever. why the vatican took so long to put it on display.
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20 minutes to the top of the hour. this is something that has never happened before. the vatican, this morning, publicly displayed what's believed to be bone fragments from st. peter an apostle of jesus christ and the first pope. >> today, the catholic church unveiled them to mark the end of its year of faith. ben is joining us from rome. ben, i think a lot of people look at this saying they found them in the' 40s, why wait so long to unveil? >> reporter: i'm not clear why
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they decided to show the public what is reported to be the remains of st. peter. certainly, according to the vatican, this is to mark the end of the so-called year of faith, which was declared a year ago by pope benedict xvi. now, concluded by the successor, pope francis. there's a good deal of doubt as to whether they are the remains of st. peter who was crucified upside down between 64 and 67 a.d. the remains put on display, according to the vatican are, belong to a man who was 5'7", heavy build who died in his 60s or 70s, which does accord with catholic tradition. it's impossible to conduct a dna test to confirm that. really, this is a case of going on faith. >> ben, we talked about, at the
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top, the titles of st. peter. but, talk about the relevance and the importance to catholics that these would now be available for public view. >> reporter: well, he is a critical figure in the history of the church. he was, catholic's believe, the first pope, one of the earliest and most important followers of jesus who gave his life for the church and faith. today, he's a symbol of christian unity. he is a saint that all christians of all denominations follow. that is important at this time for the catholic church to reinforce the idea there is fundamentally unity within the church among denominations. >> ben in rome for us. thanks, ben.
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13 minutes to the top of the hour, welcome back to "new day." stay with cnn. here is why, 9:00 a.m. eastern, secretary of state john kerry joins candy crowley to talk about the nuclear deal. then elan musk talks about tesla. then at 11:00, "reliable sources" weigh in on special apologies from hosts at msnbc. >> that's later this morning. we have a busy week ahead. let's get up to date on the calendar. on monday, a report on a sandy hook elementary school shooting is released to the public,
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providing a summery of the almost yearlong investigation in the mass shooting. let's move on to tuesday. be patient. if you are traveling for the holidays, this is when the rain, wind and snowstorms come barrelling in and cause big delays. obviously one of the busiest travel days. wednesday, happy hanukkah. thursday, family, food and football. it's thanksgiving. gratefulness makes what you have enough. that's my little thing. friday, let's go to black friday. that doesn't apply to black friday. you are going to be out shopping. if you cannot wait until then, stores are starting deals a day early on thanksgiving. hundreds of walmart employees, have you heard about this, threatening a walkout to protest wages and schedules. let's look at sunday here. there we go. cnn, set your dvrs, anderson
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cooper is hosting the heroes store. this year's winner is chad. he dedicated his life to cleaning up u.s. waterways. itis filled with musical guests. you are going to want to check that out on sunday as you wind down from the week. victor? >> you are staying here later this week? >> staying, yes. i am not venturing out as bravely as you are. >> you won't be one of the millions of people on december 1st, next sunday out traveling. it's expected to be the busiest day of travel. 2.5 million people are expected to pass through airports in those 24 hours. ahead of the rush, cnn spent a day at the world's busiest airport. richard quest has a look inside atlanta. >> welcome to atlanta. >> reporter: from getting away to getting you home, airports are the gateways to jet speed
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journeys. this year, atl to its friends. the airport is like a city in itself with 58,000 workers. >> the busiest day of the week is like monday, tuesday, wednesday. >> reporter: a quarter of a million travelers pass through atl each day. >> service to memphis out of c-12. >> reporter: usually, we get the airport in small glimpses, checking in, waiting, boarding the.
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>> i'm headed to memphis, tennessee. >> new jersey, via london, via ireland. >> it's a city of stories hiding in plain sight. everyone is going somewhere. >> coming interest washington,. >> i'm going to go see my brand-new grandson. >> be it personal or professional, all have a tale to tell. >> each of us have a bomb suit we carry in our car. from the bomb squad member -- >> we screen cargo up loaded. >> sniffing around to boost security. we'll take you inside the control tower and show you who is keeping check of the more than 900,000 take offs in london each year. >> the person was flagged inbound from canada.
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>> reporter: we reveal customs and border protection m all these things bring this to life. don't just pass through. make it your destination. cnn.com/atl24. richard quest, cnn, new york. >> he does that so well. still to come, all the hype, all the advertising pay off for the "hunger games" sequel? we'll tell you about it. first, here at cnn we are preparing for a holiday tradition. it's a celebration of the top ten heroes of the year and the extraordinary work they do to help others. >> this is a star studded gala starts sunday, december 1. michelle turner has this
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behind-the-scenes peek at the preparations for it. >> i'm michelle turner and i'm going to give you a backstage look at what it takes to put this cnn heroes award show together. ready for this? it's going to be cool. come with me. this year, we are back in new york, baby, at the american museum of natural history where the first cnn heroes took place seven years ago. >> i can't believe it's been that long. we are thrilled to be back here. it's iconic and beautiful. >> the first stop of the night, the red carpet. wow. look at it in here. look at all these lights. work like this takes hundreds of people to set up, working around the clock. then the centerpiece of the evening. this year's cnn heroes are honored here in the whale room, where one of the museum's biggest treasures will be watching over us all night. we are talking this lady right here.
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it's not all that has to be done to get ready for this special event. 51 tables to set up. nine cameras and one giant video monitor. >> you wouldn't believe what it takes to put something like this on. we had two days to bring it in and set it all up. >> reporter: transforming this beautiful room from this to this to honor ten every day people changing the world. >> it's a nice thing to honor these people. they don't get the limelight. they don't have celebrities. a pat on the back from cnn that becomes a special night. [ paper rustles, outdoor sounds ]
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>> wow, that's an intense costume. >> oh, this? >> yeah. >> it's just something i had lying around just in case you ever hosted, which you are. >> yeah. what's with the bowl here? >> oh, well, in honor of you hosting tonight, we are starting a new tradition. we are going to draw the name of one male and one female cast member and they will come on stage and fight to the death. >> i don't think we need to do that. >> yes, we do. don't worry, done worry, everyone is very excited. >> my goodness. >> there are some people who love this. the "hunger games" sequel caught fire at the theaters this weekend. pulled in an historic $70.5 million on friday alone. >> my gosh. >> 17 times what thor pulled in.
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according to the hollywood reporter, it was one of the biggest openings at the box office of all time. it was on track to become the biggest november opening in history. >> if you think you have seen the ultimate wedding photo bomb, we have one that might change your mind. >> take a look at this one. you can see the wedding couple kissing in the heart of times square in new york. look who is grinning next to it. it's zach braff just happens to be walking by. he tweeted back saying this is one of my best photo bombs ever. >> that one is going to be framed big in their house. >> everyone is going to look at this picture and say is that zach braff? >> he should sign it. they should send it to him and they should sign it. just saying. >> glad you are starting your morning with us at cnn. >> we have so much more on "new
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day" which continues right now. >> actually, it is sunday. >> yeah, it's sunday. >> when you have to get up at 2:00 in the morning. when you get up tomorrow morning and you think oh my gosh, it's monday, no, it's sunday, what day is it. be with me. thank you for the love there. we are glad to have you with us. i'm christi paul. >> this is new day on sunday. a lot happened while you were sleeping. the u.s. and other world followers have an agreement with iran. >> it's the first of its kind. secretary of state john kerry shook hands after the agreement was reached. this is a six month deal. a longer term agreement is worked out as well. that's what's going to be worked out in that time. this is the nuts and bolts.
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iran's ability to enrich uranium is limited. international monitoring and in return, sanctions on the oil revenues are going to ease. president obama and top diplomats say this deal will help keep a nuclear weapon out of iran's hands. >> the international unity is on display today. the world is united in support of our determination to keep iran from developing a nuclear weapon. they must know it will never come through the pursuit of nuclear weapons, it must be reached through agreements that make iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons impossible. >> the purpose of this is simple, to require iran to prove the peaceful nature of the nuclear prom and to ensure that it cannot acquire a nuclear weapon. >> iran is not the only nation with the nuclear program. a handful of countries do as well. >> decades concerns that iran
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wants to develop a nuclear weapon. jim takes a closer look at the landmark deal that's coming out of geneva. >> reporter: in geneva, an historic deal is struck. >> for the first time in nearly a decade, we have halted the process of the iranian nuclear program. key parts will be rolled back. >> reporter: designed to keep them from ever building a nuclear weapon. >> they are substantial limitations to keep iran from building a nuclear weapon. simply put, they cut off the paths to a bomb. >> reporter: after weeks of intense talks between iran and six world powers in geneva, sanctions will be eased. in all, $7 billion in relief. in exchange, they agreed to halt enrichment above 5% and to dilute the stockpile of uranium so it cannot be used for a
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weapon and to stop building the heavy water reactor, the second path to a bomb. ir iran is going to be more open to inspections. zarif said the deal gave iran what is long sought, formal recognition to the peaceful nuke lal program. they are saying the right has been recognized. you stay program is recognized. how did you square that circle? >> the plan of action, as we call it, in two distinct bases has a clear reference that iranian enrichment program will continue and will be a part of any agreement now and in the future. >> reporter: israeli's prime minister was sharply critical of the deal calling it a historic
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mistake. >> iran is taking cosmetic steps, which it could reverse easily within a few weeks and in return, sanctions that took years to put in place are going to be eased. >> secretary kerry offered this assurance to america's closest ally in the region. >> the next step requires proof certain, a fail safe set of steps, which eliminate the current prospect of a breakout in the creation of a nuclear weapon. >> reporter: the deal has critics in washington. republican senators including lindsey graham skeptical. >> all we have done is left in place what they've got. the question is, should they be allowed to enrich given their behavior at all. >> jim joins us live now. we heard comments from prime
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minister netanyahu. for those just joining us, articulate the strongest concerns from the prime minister. >> reporter: well, israel's position is they don't want iran to have a nuclear program what so ever. they don't want enrichment to take place on the soil. the u.s. administration's position is this is more supervision, more than we have ever had from iran's nuclear program, rolling back key parts of it while they discuss a longer term deal. they repeated it this morning it's only a tactical disagreement with israel. really, it seems to be more than that. secretary kerry said this makes the world a safer place. netanyahu said it's a more dangerous place. it's a big disagreement. it's one the obama administration is okay with tolerating.
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>> one thing everybody agrees on based on what i have seen and read is that iran, itself, is not trust worthy, jim, so how do we move forward and be certain we see everything we need to see and the iaea is seeing it and it's not in hiding? >> it's a question officials are saying they are going in with open eyes. the proof will be in the pudding. does aran abide by the terms of the agreement? when you look at the terms, they are the outline of the deal is something we would not have predicted a few months ago. daily inspection by the iaea of iranian sites. i think compared to where we were a couple months ago, it is a big change. whether it's enough for iran to i bide by it and put an end to the weapons side of the program, that remains to be seen.
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they need to watch this for six months to be convinced. >> jim, we have heard the questions from not only u.s. lawmakers, but lawmakers around the world, the criticism this morning. who wins from this deal? >> reporter: it's a good question. i think both sides claim they both win, right, even the fundmental question of the right to enrich. the iranians saying the deal supports it. iran has given up something. more intrusive inspections and rolling back parts of the program. the west is giving up billions of dollars in sanctions relief to the iranians. it's a six month step. they are both taking something away from it. the proof is after the six month deal. this is just buying time to discuss a longer term, permanent status for the nuclear program. you can argue the tougher step
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is now. those questions, when working it out for six months and years and decades to come, they are going to be difficult negotiations. i wouldn't be surprised if we are back here in geneva watching. >> we are glad you are there now. thank you, we appreciate it. secretary kerry is going to join candy crowley at 9:00 so keep it here for "state of the union". let's move on to iran. contradicting secretary kerry. reza is live this morning. the deal does acknowledge the right to enrich uranium. is he right? is kerry right? who is right here? >> reporter: well, they both can technically argue they are right in the case. this was fascinating to observe these statements this morning.
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iran's president saying they can enrich uranium and secretary kerry saying it doesn't. they can both argue they are right. here is why. in this agreement, iran will have the ability to enrich 5%, not 20%. that would make it impossible for them to obtain the fuel necessary to make a bomb. however, they didn't get that in writing in the agreement. that's why mr. kerry says it doesn't acknowledge their right to enrich uranium. this is an outcome of both sides spinning the narrative and the agreement in their favor. here is what president rouhani described it. >> the right by the iranian nation on the iranian soil.
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whatever interpretation, this right has been explicitly stipulated by the agreement. stressing that iran will go on with its enrichment program. for this reason, i announce to the iranian nation that iran's activities will proceed similar to the past as in the past. >> reporter: so both sides claiming that they got their way in using precisely the same language. both secretary of state kerry and rouhani, the iranian president saying you can interpret it how you want, but we got what we wanted. it's an indication of how complicated it is. both sides spinning it their way, cranking their pr machine. many iranians, despite having lost the ability to enrich
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uranium to 20%, they are happy they have taken the first step in easing the sanctions. >> you wonder if it's too cynical to think the ambiguity was orchestrated with this deal. reza in tehran with reaction. thank you. still to come on "new day," a deadly winter storm pushing its way east. does this make you happy? black friday, maybe? bargain hunters are you ready to shop? what retailers are doing to lure you in. ♪
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of course, just in time for thanksgiving. >> let's bring in karen. i had to use a credit card once. >> did it work? >> yeah, but the card didn't work after that. karen? >> it's one or the other. you have to go for it. we are going to take you through the thanksgiving big holiday rush week. let's start with monday. the deep area of low pressure gets an area of low pressure along the gulf coast. poor driving conditions. also for airlines, you might expect delays in houston and dallas. you might see an icy mix, not midday, but mid afternoon. poor weather conditions wrapped around the great lakes region as well. tuesday, what's going to happen? we see the moisture make its way further along the gulf coast, then the pink-shaded area along the spine of the appalachian mountains. atlanta, we are still on the border of things being iffy.
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an historic deal with iran temporarily freezes the nuclear program. iran must allow intrusive monitoring and in return get relief from the sanctions. >> despite criticism from republicans in congress, president obama insists this interim arrangement is a good thing. >> joining us is a former u.s. diplomat and expert on iran. it's good to have you with us. talk to us. we talked about what this means for the u.s. with jim in geneva. talk about what it means, the win for iran. >> thank you very much. for the new administration of president rouhani, this is a big win on the international stage. they have been able to credibly engage the international community and solve the most pressing problem facing both the international community and iran. the hope is that they are now
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perceived inside the country as an effective, at least on the foreign policy level, effective government. it's a big positive for them. >> okay, but can they enrich uranium? i mean, can they make a bomb? >> well, they can enrich uranium under the interim agreement at 5%. with 5% uranium, there's no way to make a bomb. the agreement seems to foreclose a path to enriching bomb grade uranium. that means they would have a great deal of difficulty and take a long time toward making a bomb. >> you know, just a few weeks ago, we were talking on this very show the excitement for some of the potential of a handshake between the two presidents at the u.n. general assembly, then the news of the phone call was huge, breaking news. now this. what has changed in iran over the last year that would one, lead to the election of this president and now this ground
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breaking deal? >> well, really, it is, as you put it, the sanctions had a significant effect. the iranian economy shrank in 2012 by 5%. they faced challenges economically. that's what the voters really voted for was a big change in the way that iran addresses their economic situation. i think they correctly assess that that involved trying to not have this sanctions comprehensive sanctions impacting every part of the economy. it's really a big change. you have a government that took it seriously and went out to responsibly engage in however they could deal with it. >> we keep talking about the fact this is phase one. this is a six-month evolutionary deal and we have to reassess in six months. based on what you know of this new president as well, where do
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you foresee iran to be six months from now with this? >> that's a very good point. it is a temporary agreement, a temporary agreement that gives, deals with the most pressing issue, the west had to address is iran using negotiating time to race towards some sort of breakout capacity. now, this negotiating time is impossible for iran to do that. this issue is addressed. meanwhile, inside iran, they can focus as well on some other challenges that are facing that country that have to do with the rights of its citizens and its activities in the region that concerned some of the neighbors. so, this opens up a little space inside iran for other types of progress. >> unpacking the diplomacy of all this. former state department official and expert on iran. thank you so much.
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all right. we are still less than a week away, but black friday is almost here. this friday, the busiest shopping day in the u.s. the million or billion dollar question, where are you going to go? >> alexander field is live at harold square in new york. hey, alexandra. >> reporter: whether you are brick and mortar or online retailer, the idea is to get people to spend money. the shopping season is shorter. yes, you guessed it, the sales start even sooner.
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>> the mad dash used to start on black friday. shoppers crushing for steals and deals. this year, bargain hunting is beginning a week earlier. walmart is slashing prices for a free black friday sale that started on friday. that's seven days before the shopping holiday that keeps creeping up on thanksgiving day. >> last year, 35 million shoppers were out, in stores and shopping online on thanksgiving day. we are fully expecting to see just as many people this year. >> reporter: on thursday, walmart will open its doors at 6:00 p.m., toys "r" us at 5:00 p.m. how do you entice shoppers to come inside? big box stores are luring shoppers in with prices and price matching with competitors. >> it's better to be first in line than last if you really want something. >> reporter: at this best bye in
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ft. myers florida, they are already camping out. the national retail federation says they are driving the thanksgiving day shopping trend but it isn't for everyone. >> it's absolutely crazy. they do it every year and every year i say the same thing. it's crazy. >> reporter: black friday draws the biggest numbers. 46% of consumers hit those sales. so, had enough yet? of course not. cyber monday is around the corner and it isn't just for monday anymore. >> last year, the days, cyber monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday were all over $1 billion online. >> reporter: and while the sales are starting earlier this year, consumer experts say, again, you will get the best deals after christmas. if you are willing to sacrifice on some of the options. >> happy shopping there in new york.
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thank you. we are going to see you back here at the top of the hour. >> "sgmd" starts right now. welcome to "sg md," love it or hate it, less than a week now to go until thanksgiving. get this stat. most of us are going to eat about 3,000 calories in just that one meal. we're going to spend some time showing you how to cut your calories with the help of top chef hugh achison. we'll also tell you how to stay sane, after all, who could forget this? >> dad wants ambrosia so i we got to get the miniature march marshmallows. you do the cranberry. you know i can't cook. yeah, well, i'll see you tomorrow then. gobble, gobble.

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