CROSSROADS | With Tal Heinrich and David Shuster | Thursday, December 6th 201848min
Part 1 The relationship between the U.S. and China is already stained by a trade war and now a Chinese CEO was arrested in Canada. This arrest sparks market woes as the DOW dived at the announce of the arrest. Private Investor and Writer, Charles Ortel explains what made the DOW plunge on the announce. Part 2 The Yemen peace talks have begun in Sweden. So far, both sides seem to agree on a detainee exchange that involves around 5,000 detainees. i24NEWS Correspondent Emily Rose has more. Meanwhile, the UN resolution condemning Hamas failed to pass and a new technology to prevent drone attacks is now on the table. Part 3 Near Japan, two U.S. warplanes collide and crash in the sea. And President George H.W. Bush took his last ride to Houston, Texas on a custom painted train that has been named after him:"The Bush 4141". The funeral begins in the same church where the Bushes held a funeral service for their matriarch Barbara Bush. i24NEWS Correspondent Michael Shure has more. Meanwhile, a U.S. border agent faces the death penalty while a murder suspect is in custody in Costa Rica. Part 4 The 'Yellow Vests' movement is still going on in France with more blocking on the roads. This occurs despite the warning from the French government which said that it will continue to fight hatred and violent protests. Meanwhile, in the U.S., raw beef recall has been issued in 25 States alongside the Infant Ibuprofen recall. Next on, SpaceX launches the Dragon spacecraft while a dad teaches a bully tough lesson.