January 12, 2017

TheU.S has actually made a huge armed forces implementation to Eastern Europe, and also CNN 10 clarifies exactly how NATO and also Russia consider. We're likewise including governmental information and also facts right into today's confirm, adhering to President Obama's goodbye address. And we're offering you a bear's eye viewpoint of the Arctic
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CARL AZUZ, CNN 10 ANCHOR: Your globe described in 10 mins. This is CNN
10 Thank you for enjoying. I' m Carl Azuz.

First tale this Thursday, it' s concerning among the biggest U.S. armed force
implementations in Europe given that the ColdWar It' s not just a number of thousand
U.S. soldiers that just recently showed up inGermany It' s containers, armored vehicles,
weapons, twenty-four hundred items of armed forces devices. And it will certainly
be expanded throughout EasternEurope
This becomes part of an American initiative to reveal it' s dedicated to NATO, the
North Atlantic TreatyOrganization That was developed in 1949 by European
nations and also the United States, as a sort of defend against the SovietUnion
Today, NATO participants are worried concerningRussia The nation has actually sustained
the pro-Russianforces-out that are combating Ukrainian federal government soldiers in
eastern Ukraine, and also Russia controversially took control of Crimea, an area of
Ukraine, in very early2014
At that time, the large bulk of individuals in Crimea elected to earn their
area component of Russia, rather thanUkraine But Russia' s requisition was
something that Ukraine and also a number of various other nations, consisting of the United States, did
decline, and also it bothered leaders throughout NATO, consisting of those in
Latvia
That' s where some U.S. soldiers are presently participated in training workouts.
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IVAN WATSON, CNN SENIOR INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENT( narration ): War
video games in the snowy areas of Eastern European, as U.S. soldiers learnt
Latvia
Twenty- 5 years back, this became part of the SovietUnion Today, Latvia is
component of the European union, and a U.S. armed forces ally in NATO.
( on video camera ): These are online fire exercisings, that' s why I' ve reached put on
all these additional safety shield. Military leaders state they' re attempting
been shown that they' re a pressure of prevention and also their primary capacity
risk, Latvia' s a lot larger next-door neighbor to the eastern.
COLONEL GREGORY ANDERSON, U.S. ARMY: The beginnings were actually a feedback to
Russian task in 2014, when the critical circumstance transformed.
WATSON( narration ): He' s speaking about Russia' s addition of the Crimean
Peninsula, after Russian forces-out owned Ukrainian soldiers from this edge
of Ukraine in2014
Russia' s land grab discourages individuals and also previous Soviet republics like
Latvia, where there are still bitter memories after a half century of
Soviet line of work.
But there are 2 sides to this stress. We took a trip from Latvia, throughout
Lithuania to Kaliningrad, a Russian territory in Russia that' s removed from
landmassRussia In soviet names, this was greatly militarized area,
shut off from the outdoors.
Kaliningrad was just recently returned right into the limelight after Russia
released nuclear-capable rockets right here. Russia' s leading agent safeguarded the
relocation, suggesting it' s the United States that' s intimidating Russia.
Kaliningrad is still the head office of the Russian navy' s Baltic fleet
and also Moscow has actually been bending its very own muscle mass, executing armed forces drills in
the area.
Rival armed forces navigating along other sides of significantly strained
borders, in a land that still births marks from the last day militaries opposed
right here.
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AZUZ: Unlike the United States chairperson' s Nation of the Union record, there' s no
need in the Constitution for an American leader to commit a parting
address. In truth, words “goodbye” and also “address” wear' t show up in any way
in the file. But the practice returns to the country' s initially
chairman that notoriously make use of component of his address to alert Americans concerning the
impact of political celebrations.
The goodbye practice proceeded the coming week with outward bound President Barack
Obama attending to greater than 20,000of his advocates on Tuesday evening.
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MICHELLE KOSINSKI, CNN WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT( narration ): President
Obama took the phase to inform parting.
BARACK OBAMA, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED State: It' s excellent to be house.
KOSINSKI: The praise so deafening, it was difficult to start. But he quickly
tore right into the pressures within America that he informs intimidate the extremely
republic that a lot of consider provided.
OBAMA: Merely if whatever people, no matter event association or specific
rate of interest help recover the sensation of usual purposes that we so severely require
now.
KOSINSKI: He called out financial inequality, discrimination and also, in some
unexpected words, emphasized that every person has to reveal compassion.
OBAMA: For blacks and also various other minority teams, that implies connecting our very own extremely
actual defend justice to the obstacles that a great deal of individuals in this
nation face. Not just the evacuee or the immigrant or the country inadequate or
the transgender American yet likewise the middle-aged white person that, from the
outside, might feel like he' s obtained benefits yet has actually seen his globe overthrew
by social and also financial and also technical adjustment.
KOSINSKI: Calling out nude partisanship, harsh national politics, phony information.
OBAMA: And significantly, we' ve ended up being so protected in our bubbles that we
begin approving just details, whether it' s real or otherwise, that fits our
views, rather than basing our viewpoints on the proof that is available.
KOSINSKI: The chairwoman giving thanks to those around him– most mentally his
household.
OBAMA: Michelle LaVaughn Robinson, child of the SouthSide For the past –
– for the past 25 years, you have actually not just been my spouse and also mommy of my
babies, you have actually been my friend.
KOSINSKI: And giving thanks to Americans that strive for adjustment, asking one
extra point– to rely on the power within themselves.
OBAMA: Yes, we can. Yes, we can.
(APPLAUSE )
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AZUZ( narration ): Ten- 2nd facts:
Who is the initial U.S. chairwoman to stay in the White House? John Quincy
Adams, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams or George Washington?
Though Washington chose the website of the White House, it wasn' t till 1800
when his follower John Adams relocated.
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AZUZ: And also after that, it still wasn' t ended up. First Lady Abigail Adams
make use of the vacant East Room to hang their washing to completely dry. Of program, currently, the
chairperson' s estate at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has a lot more contemporary
benefits, like washing machine clothes dryers. But a great deal has to to obtain from right here on January
20 th, when the previous chairperson leaves and also the brand-new chairperson relocate.
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JAKE TAPPER, CNN CHIEF WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT( narration ): At 10: 30 on
the early morning of Inauguration Day, President Obama will certainly bid farewell to 1600
Pennsylvania Avenue.
OBAMA: They actually removal all your things out in eventually. You are living
there and afterwards, instantly– it' s not full blast in the SouthLawn I suggest,
they load it up.
TAPPER: He and also President- choose Donald Trump will certainly reunite prior to going
to the inaugural event. As quickly as they leave the door, the White
House primary usher and also virtually 100 staffers will certainly turn right into activity.
STEPHEN ROCHON, WHITE HOUSE CHIEF USHER, 2007 -2 011: It' s extra like
arranged disorder. We have one vehicle on the South Lawn that comes from the
outward bound chairman and also initial family, encountering southern. And the inbound vehicle
encountering north towards the White House on the eastern side of the south premises.
TAPPER: Rear Admiral Stephen Rochon was the initial African-AmericanWhite
House primary usher, and also he supervised of the White House from President
George W. Bush to BarackObama He keeps in mind asking inbound First Lady
Michelle Obama exactly how she desired your home enhanced.
ROCHON: In the instance of the Obamas, they have 2 valuable little girls that
desired a girly kind area. Anything could be transformed on the 3rd and also 2nd
flooring, which are the exclusive floorings for the initial household.
TAPPER: “ExtremeMakeover” White House version needs all practical deck
given that it' s a race versus the clock. They have actually simply been 6 hrs to change
the 132 -area estate right into the brand-new initial family' s house. Movers bring
furnishings in and also out of the WhiteHouse Personal products are thoroughly
arranged from the relocating vehicles. The dining-room are enhanced and also specified
up and also the kitchen area personnel formulate an inaugural treat, something in order to help the
initial family make it through all those late evening bowls.
And, of program, the Oval Office obtains a little sprucing up. New
paints on the wall surface. The carpeting and also workdesks are cleansed and also brand-new
modern technologies set up. No information is every also tiny.
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AZUZ: Ever question exactly what it' s want to be a polar bear roaming and also having fun
and also eliminating target in the Arctic? Well, me neither. But this still commits us
a terrific idea of exactly what that' s like.
The U.S. Geological Survey just recently affixed a cam to a women polar
bear' s neck. The purpose? Study the pet' s behavior and also actions to
modifications in her surrounding. The viewpoint?Fantastic
This was shoot in the southerly Beaufort Sea, which is north ofAlaska What
you didn' t guarantee was the various other bear asking her out on a day. He began
with exactly what' s er indicator? A much better look was frozen. I wear' t recognize exactly how she
might birth it. Lines like that are un-bear-livable. In various other terms,
merely, roar-ful.
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