• Firefighters thank Londoners for 'overwhelming' support after Grenfell Tower blaze
Firefighters thank Londoners for 'overwhelming' support after Grenfell Tower blaze

Thirty people are being treated at area hospitals, with 15 in critical condition, officials said. "People were absolutely devastated by yesterday's events", Cotton said. A young boy, among a crowd of 300 outside Notting Hill Methodist Church, boldly asked London's Mayor Sadiq Khan a haunting question. Khan replied that firefighters were still s...

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  • Philippines says some militants may have slipped out of embattled city
Philippines says some militants may have slipped out of embattled city

The ill-equipped military has mostly operated against rebels in mountainous territory or on remote islands and is unused to urban warfare. To totally defeat terrorism in all its forms as exemplified by the ongoing conflict in Marawi City , all Filipinos must unite to effectively combat this evil.

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  • Reports say Mueller probe now examining whether Trump obstructed justice
Reports say Mueller probe now examining whether Trump obstructed justice

The president expressed annoyance about news reports that the probe is now believed to include an examination of whether he obstructed justice by firing FBI Director James Comey , who had earlier led the Russian Federation investigation.

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  • Scalise's condition 'more difficult' than first thought, Trump says
Scalise's condition 'more difficult' than first thought, Trump says

Many lawmakers in both parties, as well as the president, called for unity after the shooting. But Nancy Pelosi, the top Democrat in the House of Representatives, criticized some Republicans who have blamed the shooting on vitriol from the political left.

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  • The Six-Day War that changed Palestinian history
The Six-Day War that changed Palestinian history

Netanyahu made the comments at a ceremony to mark 50 years since the outbreak of the 1967 Six-Day War, when it occupied the West Bank and east Jerusalem . Construction in recent years has involved expanding existing settlements in the West Bank, with many countries warning it is gradually eating away at any chance of a two- state solution with...

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  • Top aides talked Trump out of firing Mueller
Top aides talked Trump out of firing Mueller

Trump's associates co-ordinated with the Kremlin, Mr. Trump himself was now the subject of a special council probe for possibly obstructing the investigation by firing FBI director James Comey in May. "But it wouldn't surprise me at all, even though it would be absolutely astonishing were he (Trump) to entertain this". That will never happen wi...

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  • Russian military claims may have killed IS leader Baghdadi
Russian military claims may have killed IS leader Baghdadi

There was no mention of any specific leaders being killed in the report. Some 300 other ISIL commanders and fighters were killed in that series of air strikes last month. In one reported case, ISIS slaughtered 163 civilians and left their bodies in the street for days, the United Nations said. The Russian military said the US was informed in ...

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  • Grief turns to anger in neighborhood near London tower fire
Grief turns to anger in neighborhood near London tower fire

Mr Cundy said investigators had examined the location where the fire is believed to have started, but conditions within the tower remain "hazardous". Stairwells can have a chimney effect, funnelling flames upwards, while corridors can have a so-called trench effect. More than 200 firefighters worked through the night.

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  • ISIS leader Al-Baghdadi likely killed in Russian airstrike
ISIS leader Al-Baghdadi likely killed in Russian airstrike

The airstrike on May 28 was carried out on the outskirts of the militant group's de facto capital Raqqa , on a command post where ISIS leaders were meeting, according to Russian state media reports. He said according to his information al Baghdadi was a different part of Syria at the end of May. At the time, he was considered a low-level al Qaed...

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  • North Korean hackers 'behind WannaCry cyberattack that hit NHS'
North Korean hackers 'behind WannaCry cyberattack that hit NHS'

The Sony hack came as the company planned to release the movie " The Interview ", a satire about an assassination attempt on North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The North Korean state is also alleged to employ an "army of trolls" numbering tens of thousands of staff whose objective is to spread propaganda, hack websites and attack neighbouring South...

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  • India to play Pakistan in Champions Trophy final
India to play Pakistan in Champions Trophy final

Virat Kohli's men were clinical on all fronts, be it batting, bowling or fielding. The captain was not anxious that India's middle order was not getting enough opportunities to have a go. "As a captain, he was brilliant". Sabbir and Tamim then played some gutsy cricket to launch a stunning counter-attack on India . "I think a lot of sides...

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  • Senate OKs sanctions bill to punish Russian Federation
Senate OKs sanctions bill to punish Russian Federation

The bill, which includes both Russian and Iranian sanctions, now heads to the House, which still needs to pass it before it goes to President Donald Trump's desk. Broad new sanctions would be imposed on Russia's mining, metals, shipping and railways sectors. The measure would then apply new sanctions against Russian Federation for its activities ...

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  • Politico Poll: More Trust Comey Than Trump
Politico Poll: More Trust Comey Than Trump

But if questions coming into Tuesday's hearing were, "How would Sessions respond to fired FBI Director James Comey's intimation that there was something else - something classified - about Sessions to be concerned about?" or "What more do we know about President Trump's role in firing Comey or putting pressure on officials to drop the Russian...

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  • Warren Gatland still considering Lions XV to face New Zealand
Warren Gatland still considering Lions XV to face New Zealand

We examine five key talking points... Gatland had previously targeted the Maori All Blacks clash on June 17 as the fixture where he would be closing in on his line-up for the first Test. "The pleasing thing was it was a big step up in performance". Good work at the ruck, scrum, and the majority of lineouts provided quality ball for the backs.

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  • India vs Bangladesh, ICC Champions Trophy 2017
India vs Bangladesh, ICC Champions Trophy 2017

India's Test ace Cheteshwar Pujara, who is now in England playing for Nottinghamshire in English County, said: "Fantastic win!" But when, to his evident dismay, the wicket-keeper hit a Jadhab full toss to Kohli at mid-wicket, Bangladesh were 179 for five in the 36th over.

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  • Adele Visits Sight Of Deadly Building Fire In London
Adele Visits Sight Of Deadly Building Fire In London

The couple recently moved into their apartment on the 23rd floor of the Grenfell Tower , which went up in flames on Wednesday morning. Firefighters searching the smoldering ruin in west London have recovered six bodies from the 24-story Grenfell Tower, while 11 others have been located but can not yet be removed from the gutted structure.

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  • Almost 200 Democrats to sue Trump over foreign business dealings
Almost 200 Democrats to sue Trump over foreign business dealings

Constitution. While legal experts have said the plaintiffs in the prior lawsuits may have difficulty establishing that they have sufficient legal basis to sue, Blumenthal said members of Congress have standing due to their Constitutional duty to consider emoluments matters.

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  • Pence Hires Outside Counsel to Handle Russia Probe Questions
Pence Hires Outside Counsel to Handle Russia Probe Questions

The U.S. Supreme Court ultimately overturned McDonnell's convictions. A former Virginia attorney general, Cullen served as the Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia under the administration of former President George W Bush where he directed investigations of financial institutions and defense contractors.

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  • Theresa May 'confident' she will get Queen's Speech through Commons
Theresa May 'confident' she will get Queen's Speech through Commons

She made no comment as she left 10 Downing Street en route for the House of Commons. Instead, she found the opposition Labour Party unexpectedly making a strong second-place showing and national politics thrown into disarray. One of the most pressing issues is the state of the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland after Britai...

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  • European Union sources: United Kingdom to agree Brexit divorce bill before trade talks
European Union sources: United Kingdom to agree Brexit divorce bill before trade talks

Earlier on Thursday, it was announced the uncertainty in Westminster had pushed back the Queen's Speech - when the monarch announces the Government's programme for the parliamentary session - from Monday to Wednesday next week. "We believe that the withdrawal process can not be concluded without the future relationship also being taken into acc...

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