As we come on the air, breaking developments on several fronts. Across this region. All with significant impact on the U.S. We have just returned from the turkish/syrian border, where Isis is... See More
As we come on the air, breaking developments on several fronts. Across this region. All with significant impact on the U.S. We have just returned from the turkish/syrian border, where Isis is unleashing a new round of terror. More on that shortly. But first, the latest from our global. On three crisis Zones around the world. We start off with that stunning assassination in Russia. One of president Vladimir Putin's top critics gunned down, shot in the back just steps from the kremlin. A huge opposition demonstration happening right now. In response. Chief foreign correspondent terry Moran has all the new details. Good morning, terry. Reporter: Good morning, Martha. A day of grief and dread in Russia for all those who oppose president Putin and his war in Ukraine. They came out to March today. Dissidents in their thousands. And think for a moment what it takes to do that in Russia now. It was supposed to be a March for peace, against the war in Ukraine. It was set to be led by Boris nemtsov. Once a deputy prime minister. Possible leader of Russia. Putin outmaneuvered him. He's dead now, murdered on Friday night right outside the kremlin. Putin is personally in charge of the investigation. Investigators say they believe it was others in the opposition, who killed Boris nemtsov, trying to make a martyr out of him. Or they say maybe islamist radicals who did it. Or maybe Ukrainians. The protesters say they know whoever pulled the trigger, it's a climate of fear and intimidation that Putin has created that led to this killing. Boris nemtsov was the latest to be killed.
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