CNN's Chris Cuomo and his team are reporting on the ground in the embattled region of eastern Ukraine in the wake of the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 last Thursday.
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CNN's Chris Cuomo is on the ground reporting from eastern Ukraine and covering all the angles of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash.
Cuomo interviewed Alex Borodai, the leader of the self-declared Donetsk People's Republic, on "New Day" Monday.
He asked Borodai about accusations that his forces shot down the plane but the local rebel leader rejected these claims and pointed the blame back at the Ukraine.
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Former President Bill Clinton acknowledges he got "very close" to helping achieve peace in the Middle East shortly before ending his eight years in office.
Over a two-week period in 2000, Clinton played host at Camp David to then-Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat.
The summit ultimately ended without agreement. Two U.S. presidents later, the conflict rages on.
Now, Clinton is less optimistic Middle East negotiators will get that close again, telling CNN that peace between Israel and the Palestinians is impossible until Hamas renounces violence.
"There is no way the Israelis are going to give up the West Bank and agree to a state unless Hamas agrees to give up violence and recognizes Israel's right to exist," he said in the interview airing Monday on "New Day."