CROSSROADS | With Tal Heinrich and David Shuster | Tuesday, December 11th 201848min
Part 1 There has been a deadly mass shooting this evening in France. Police said a gunman has opened fire at a Christmas market in the city of Strasbourg. Four people have been killed and twelve others are injure. Furthermore the police is reportedly searching for the suspect who is wounded. A tension is growing between the U.S. and Russia, Tw supersonic jets, reportedly nuclear capable have landed thousand miles away from Venezuela. But, at this moment, neither Kremlin nor Venezuelan authority has said that the aircrafts present a threat. i24NEWS Nina Larsen has more. Part 2 In the West Bank, the Israeli military has stopped twin cars of the latest attack. The separate attacks are part of the recent uptick in West Bank terror, including the drive by shooting of last Sunday. Mike Wagenheim, i24NEWS diplomatic correspondent, has more. The IDF has also announced another tunnel dug into Israel from Lebanon. This is the third Hezbollah tunnel confirmed by the Israeli military. Prime Minister Netanyahu promises to strike back over the revelation of these. Australia recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Iran is worried of the foster Israeli-Arab ties. In Yemen, the war has killed over 3000 last November. Part 3 In a dramatic office confrontation, democratic leaders together with the President clashed big time over border wall funding. The deadline for a government shutdown is on December 21st, so the clock is ticking. Trump needs at least $5 billion for the wall. Democrats are offering $1.3 billion as part of the overall funding package. Rick Klein, a political analyst has more. Finally, Democrats offer two options to avert shutdown. Part 4 In France, the "Yellow Vests" reject Macron's offer, joined by the students, they promise more rioting this weekend. Despite President Macron's latest concession, it did not silence the movement. Activists are demanding his resignation. Still in Europe, the Prime Minister May courts E.U. leaders on Brexit deal. i24NEWS Jonathan Sacerdoti has more. In Brazil, a gunman struck a Catholic cathedral, five people were killed before the gunman killed himself. It is extremely rare that we face a mass shooting in Brazil. In the U.S., it's been 45 days since eleven people were killed at Pitsburg synagogue, the police has arrested 21-year-old Damon Joseph, who was planning another attack in the name of ISIS. A woman planned another mass murder but has also been arrested.