• EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier hopes for 'constructive' Brexit talks
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier hopes for 'constructive' Brexit talks

This appears to be a double U-turn, signalling uncertainty within the Conservative party as Brexit negotiations get under way. Only when there is "sufficient progress" does the European Union want to look at creating a new relationship with Britain on things like trade and migration.

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  • France's Macron to reshuffle government after parliament win
France's Macron to reshuffle government after parliament win

Marine Le Pen, leader of far-right National Party, made her entry to the National Assembly along with seven other far-rightists. Macron was a newcomer to party politics when he formed LREM . The candidates applied online to run. LREM had the highest proportion of women elected, at 47 percent. Now only around 12 deputies in the assembly hav...

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  • Death toll up to 5 in extremist attack in Mali
Death toll up to 5 in extremist attack in Mali

At least two people have been killed in the violence, the ministry says, adding that a civilian and a member of the security forces have also been wounded. "The first victim was a French-Gabonese citizen". The statement said a Malian anti-terror force was on the scene. Religious extremism in Mali was once limited to northern areas, prompting th...

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  • Jet downing: Russia suspends cooperation with US, to target American coalition aircraft
Jet downing: Russia suspends cooperation with US, to target American coalition aircraft

Moscow has condemned the USA downing of the Syrian government fighter jet after it dropped bombs nears US partner forces. Russian Federation today warned it would track US-led coalition aircraft in Syria as potential " targets " and halted an incident-prevention hotline with Washington after USA forces downed a Syrian jet.

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  • Steve Scalise sends Father's Day message
Steve Scalise sends Father's Day message

While the congressman was awake on the baseball field, by the time he was transported to the hospital, he was in shock and immediately received units of transfused blood. Sava said he is encouraged by Scalise's improvement. Top Republican politician Steve Scalise's condition has been upgraded from critical to serious after he was gunned down ...

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  • UK moves to ease tensions after van attack on London Muslims
UK moves to ease tensions after van attack on London Muslims

Police said all of the victims were members of the Muslim community. The Metropolitan Police said that one man was pronounced dead at the scene and ten others were injured. A police officer talks to local people at Finsbury Park in north London , where a vehicle struck pedestrians in north London Monday, June 19, 2017.

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  • Five killed in workplace shooting in Orlando
Five killed in workplace shooting in Orlando

Authorities rushed to the scene shortly after 8 a.m. after a woman ran out and called 911 from another business across the street. " Disgruntled former employee", the Orange County Sheriff's Office said on its twitter, ruling out the possibility of a terrorist attack.

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  • London Fire Brigade warns Grenfell Tower inferno investigation could take YEARS
London Fire Brigade warns Grenfell Tower inferno investigation could take YEARS

The fire at the 24-story public housing project broke out early Wednesday, and it has mushroomed into a political crisis, testing the government of Prime Minister Theresa May. Officials are using dental records, fingerprints, DNA samples, tattoos and scars to try and positively identify victims. "Put to the test, the United Kingdom has been res...

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  • Northam, Gillespie win gubernatorial nominations in Virginia primaries
Northam, Gillespie win gubernatorial nominations in Virginia primaries

Tuesday when about 37 percent of precincts in the state had still not yet reported their results. Gillespie was in a much tighter race for the GOP nomination, defeating Corey Stewart by 4,300 votes in a three-way race, with State Sen.

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  • UK official looking for 'positive' Brexit talks
UK official looking for 'positive' Brexit talks

Anxious by immigration and loss of sovereignty, Britain a year ago voted to end its decades-old membership of the 28-country bloc - the first state ever to do so - in a shock referendum result. "The question is not whether we are leaving the customs union. They are not matters for Westminster and therefore we will not be dealing with them at West...

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  • Man rams police vehicle in Paris; attacker likely killed
Man rams police vehicle in Paris; attacker likely killed

It's the second time this year that police have been targeted on Paris' most famous thoroughfare. In April, another attacker shot and killed a police officer on the Champs-Elysees, days before a presidential election. He tried to drive a vehicle into a police van on the Champs-Elysees, armed with a Kalashnikov, handguns and gas bottles which we...

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  • Rishi Kapoor 'concedes', congratulates Pakistan on victory
Rishi Kapoor 'concedes', congratulates Pakistan on victory

Nasirul Islam said: "Disheartened by the match result, Bidyut committed suicide by jumping in front of a running train Sunday night". The victory was splashed across most major newspapers, with leading English daily Dawn proclaiming: " Pakistan breaks jinx, trounce India in dream final".

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  • Trump uses social media to question investigation of his campaign
Trump uses social media to question investigation of his campaign

Regardless of the outcome, the specter of Mueller examining the possibility of obstruction of justice appeared to be a new blow to Trump, whose first five months in office have been clouded by the federal and congressional probes into the Russian Federation issue.

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  • London Police Say Attack 'Acted Alone'
London Police Say Attack 'Acted Alone'

Sunday ET) to the scene on Seven Sisters Road in Finsbury Park neighborhood, home to many immigrants. "Mohammed was the hero of the day, he was the one who contained the guy and held him up until the police came and took him away", Kacimi told the Standard.

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  • Trade deal off the table when Brexit talks get underway
Trade deal off the table when Brexit talks get underway

A delegation led by UK Brexit secretary, David Davis , will meet the EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier and his team in the European Commission's Berlaymont headquarters for a day-long session of discussions. European Union diplomats hope this first meeting, and a Brussels summit on Thursday and Friday where May will encounter - but not nego...

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  • [Updated] Driver plows into crowd outside London mosque, injuring 10
[Updated] Driver plows into crowd outside London mosque, injuring 10

But recent months have seen a rise in anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim rhetoric across Western nations, including the U.K. Rowling was quick to comment on the vitriol toward Islam that preceded the attack ― and the framing of the Finsbury Park incident in The Daily Mail .

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  • Grenfell Tower disaster: Death toll rises to 79
Grenfell Tower disaster: Death toll rises to 79

Officials don't know exactly how many people were in the 24-story building when the fire broke out early Wednesday. London Mayor Sadiq Khan said people were frustrated by the lack of information about the missing and the dead as well as a lack of coordination between support services.

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  • Seventy-nine feared dead in London fire
Seventy-nine feared dead in London fire

Two British ministers have said that exterior cladding used in Grenfell Tower's recent renovation may have been banned under United Kingdom building regulations. British Prime Minister Theresa May , criticized shortly after the blaze for failing to meet with victims, says the public inquiry looking into the tragedy will report directly to her.

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  • Police Investigating London Van Attack As Possible Terrorism
Police Investigating London Van Attack As Possible Terrorism

The person spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak about the ongoing investigation into an attack on worshippers outside a mosque in London . She said the attack was "every bit as insidious and destructive to our values and our way of life" as the recent incidents in London believed to have been motivated by Is...

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  • Police Investigating After Vehicle Hits Pedestrians In London
Police Investigating After Vehicle Hits Pedestrians In London

Mohammed Kozbar from the Finsbury Park Mosque has said that the celebrations this weekend following on from Jo Cox's death should remind people that we have more things in common than differentiate us. Another eyewitness, Mohamad, said he and others in the community are anxious about returning to the area for prayer on Tuesday. "Everyone was ...

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