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The 11th Hour With Stephanie Ruhle

>> well, steph i think was really a visit for this president and the first lady to shore up support for puerto rico and its people. the president made the remarks, and the clip that you played where he talked about pledging u.s. support, pledging the u.s. federal government support. over the last few days he's made a point of saying, that the people of puerto rico deserve more for the united states. and i think he was trying to make good on that today. >> how is his message received by residents? because let's be honest, they were told were gonna help you, this won't help again, we can improve your infrastructure five years ago. >> well, indeed, what was interesting to me today, he didn't go and meet with a lot of residents, he did meet with some groups. one of the people he met with was the governor of puerto rico, and the governor was not shy in putting out some asks, and one of them was to extend a state of emergency for another 180 days, which would lead,

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The 11th Hour With Stephanie Ruhle

made a point of saying, that the people of puerto rico deserve more for the united states. and i think he was trying to make good on that today. >> how is his message received by residents? because let's be honest, they were told were gonna help you, this won't help again, we can improve your infrastructure five years ago. >> well, indeed, what was interesting to me today, he didn't go and meet with a lot of residents, he did meet with some groups. one of the people he met with was the governor of puerto rico, and the governor was not shy in putting out some asks, and one of them was to extend a state of emergency for another 180 days, which would lead, essentially, to the u.s. government paying all the bills and all the costs for another half a year. i think that was a sign, with that this is an island that's gonna tell the u.s. government wants what it needs, and that was a reaction from the leader. >> the president is heading to florida on wednesday, what do you expect to hear from and then? >> i think you will hear a similar message in terms of u. s. support for recovery efforts. there will be probably it wider

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Breakfast

things could be reviewed. and if the eastjava regional things could be reviewed. and if the east java regional police things could be reviewed. and if the eastjava regional police have mentioned have acted on this procedure, the procedure should be reviewed. accountability should not stop only on the police officer who through the tear gas but it should go all the way to the top. find through the tear gas but it should go all the way to the top. and what has been the _ go all the way to the top. and what has been the reaction _ go all the way to the top. and what has been the reaction there? - go all the way to the top. and what has been the reaction there? in - has been the reaction there? in terms of the newspaper and media reporting of this incident, what are people saying? i reporting of this incident, what are peeple saying?— people saying? i think we are a little bit shell-shocked, - people saying? i think we are a little bit shell-shocked, to - people saying? i think we are a little bit shell-shocked, to be l little bit shell—shocked, to be honest. it is unthinkable that 180 or more people have passed away in such a circumstance in a football match. and i think a lot of people are starting to realise that the police aren't so easily, at times, some —— they are so easily, at

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Deadline White House

to stay put and in many cases are sleeping outdoors. we've seen some signs, "you loot i shoot." there's people who want to hang on to the few things that may be salvageable here on st. james island in their possessions. but at the end of the day the only people who have been here to visit from the outside world are some deputies who have come here in boats, walked the streets. what the folks here say they have not seen is anybody to provide them with water, with ice, with generators. none of that fema support that they thought might be delivered here at some point. they're relying on friends and neighbors to ferry it out in boats. i had a chance to speak to heather hoffman, whose father at 72 years old decided that he would stay here. joe lou decided to ride it out. and she said that he she feared for so long that she wasn't sure whether her father was alive or not. finally, at&t with more than 180

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The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer

and also pine island. with the causeway and bridges down, we have been using helicopters to air lift food, water and ice and we're sending out about 180 soldiers and vehicles to help there. it's early in the game, but we're going to be there as long as needed. >> we're grateful to you for that. the national guard we're told has conducted more than 1400 rescues so far, general. can you describe the circumstances of how people got trapped by this storm and how these operations are carried out? >> wolf, actually, the latest data we have today is about 2100 rescues and that has to do with high water vehicle, helicopters and boats. the reason we were able to do that is every year, we do a rehearsal and we identify the capabilities we're going to need in each of these communities and fortunately, the florida guard was activated a couple days prior so as this storm, its route changed, we were able to move our personnel, get them as

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BBC News

i have said this many times, when you start a ritual like this, you don't think from the head, you think from the heart. so we have done it from the heart in the interests of the state and the national interest.— state and the national interest. ., ,, , ., , interest. ok, thank you very much for — interest. ok, thank you very much forjoining _ interest. ok, thank you very much forjoining us. - interest. ok, thank you very much forjoining us. the - interest. ok, thank you veryj much forjoining us. the line is cutting out, thank you very much. a reminder of our breaking news this hour. 127 people have died after a football match in indonesia. at least 180 others were hospitalised after a riot following a national—level football match in east java, indonesia. police said around 3000 people went down to the centre of the football stadium looking for players and officials.

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Dateline London

this is bbc news, the headlines.... at least 129 people have been killed and 180 injured after a stampede at a football stadium in indonesia. it happened after police fired tear gas during a pitch invasion at the top—flight match in malang, eastjava. ukrainian forces have retaken a key town just one day after president putin declared it was now part of russia. lyman was a strategic target, used by russia as a logistics hub. russia's ministry of defence confirms its forces have withdrawn. a huge clean—up operation is under way in florida after hurricane ian. dozens of people are feared to have died, while many thousands of properties have been destroyed. causeways linking many islands to the mainland have been damaged, cutting

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BBC News

said the authorities will re—evaluate safety at football matches and consider not allowing spectators. this is after the stampede we think has killed 129 people. and the chief security minister is saying the football stadium was beyond capacity. our news reporter, shelley phelps, hasjoined me with the latest details. this happened on saturday night between arema and persebaya and when the home team lost, that is when trouble began because fans rushed onto the pitch. police said they began firing tear gas because they said it was a dangerous situation and they needed to control things. after the release of tear gas people began scrambling, trying to leave the stadium. the death toll now is a 129 people, many reported to have died because of trampling and suffocation. around 180 people have been hospitalised and is expected the fatalities will continue to

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BBC News

gas at supporters who were running onto the pitch. police say they had to do that, to fire the tear gas help fire the tear gas to help the but the release of the tear after the release of the tear gas, people were scrambling and trying to get out. is trying to get out. it is reported that many people died of trampling and suffocation. the death toll is currently 127 people, but that is expected to rise on 180 people have been hospitalised. rise on180 people have been hospitalised.— hospitalised. what have the authority said _ hospitalised. what have the authority said about - hospitalised. what have the authority said about this? i hospitalised. what have the l authority said about this? the indonesian — authority said about this? tie: indonesian sports minister said safety has to be re—evaluated a football matches after this deadly riot. we have had reaction from the football teams and the football association of indonesia. the football association of indonesia have said in a statement, their deepest condolences over the incident goes out to football lovers of

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BBC News

nearly 130 people have been killed in violence after a football game on the island of java in indonesia. police say there was a stampede after about three thousand fans invaded the pitch and officers used tear gas to try to disperse them. around 180 people are being treated for their injuries in hospital and it's feared the number of deaths could rise. the indonesian president has ordered the football association to stop matches until an investigation is held. our reporter shelley phelps has more. the bbc�*s south east asia editorjonathan head told me more about what happened. from what i've seen on video, it would appear that this — i think we'll have to see what the investigation says — but this really stems from the use of tear gas by the police. this was a very hard—fought match between two teams, two cities close to each other with a long history of rivalry. indonesian football has very passionate following, sometimes

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