• American student released by North Korea
American student released by North Korea

Otto's parents, Fred and Cindy, told friends they had no idea how their son was, or if he was dead or alive. The Warmbier family released a statement Tuesday saying they are grateful their son will finally be home with the people who love him.

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  • Donald Trump confirms he's under investigation over Comey firing
Donald Trump confirms he's under investigation over Comey firing

Trump criticized an unnamed "man who told me to fire ..." Trump's tweet came after Rosenstein issued a statement Thursday evening pushing back on reports the president was under investigation . Comey told the Senate Intelligence Committee that he believes Trump fired him last month because he resisted a request to drop the Russian...

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  • UK PM rushed away from fire protesters
UK PM rushed away from fire protesters

But hundreds of people remained outside, demonstrating into the evening. There was a large police presence as Mrs May met a group of victims, residents, volunteers and community leaders at St Clement's Church close to the scene of the horrific blaze on Friday afternoon.

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  • Could the London fire happen in Brisbane?
Could the London fire happen in Brisbane?

Anger mounted among survivors and the public as the death toll from Wednesday's deadly tower block fire in London has climbed to 17. London Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton said: "For my crews who were on the ground who witnessed it happening it was truly terrible and shocking".

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  • Still in Critical Condition After London Fire
Still in Critical Condition After London Fire

A scuffle broke out. The group's blog post argued that only "a catastrophic event will expose the ineptitude and incompetence of our landlord ... and bring an end to the risky living conditions and neglect of health and safety legislation that they inflict upon their tenants and leaseholders".

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  • More than 900 migrants rescued off Libya: Navy
More than 900 migrants rescued off Libya: Navy

The ship's crew rescued 703 refugees & migrants from five inflatable boats yesterday, during a major operation around 83km off the coast of Libya . The coastal city of Sabratha, located 75 km west of the capital Tripoli , is one of the busiest illegal immigration departure points in Libya. However, some other boats capsize or become stranded ...

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  • Champions Trophy final: Pakistan has nothing to lose, says Azhar Mahmood
Champions Trophy final: Pakistan has nothing to lose, says Azhar Mahmood

It was only on June 4 that India launched their title defence with a 124-run rout of Pakistan at Edgbaston. India, however, lost two finals against Pakistan in the sub-continent. Pakistan envies that consistency and confidence. The series win had great significance as it gave Bangladesh points that were important to qualify for the ongoing C...

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  • Grenfell Tower protest spills over into the streets
Grenfell Tower protest spills over into the streets

A cause of the blaze has yet to be determined, but a malfunctioning refrigerator located on the fourth floor is being eyed by investigators. Firefighters searching the smouldering 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 structu...

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  • Congressman Scalise still critical but has improved
Congressman Scalise still critical but has improved

Griner, Bailey and a third officer, Henry Cabrera, engaged the gunman nearly immediately, and Alexandria Police officers quickly added support upon arriving at the scene, eventually fatally wounding the alleged gunman, identified by federal law enforcement sources to CNN as James Hodgkinson .

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  • Man detained near Palace of Westminster in London
Man detained near Palace of Westminster in London

There were no injuries and the incident is not thought to be terror-related. Eyewitnesses said the man had been tasered after shouts of "kinife, knife, knife" although these reports are unverified. 'Within seconds there were police all around and they had him pinned down. "You could tell he was suspicious, he was stood there fists clenched".

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  • Almost 200 Democrats sue Donald Trump over 'benefits'
Almost 200 Democrats sue Donald Trump over 'benefits'

Similar to the lawsuit that is yet to be filed by the members of the Congress, the attorneys general for the District of Columbia and Maryland filed a lawsuit , Monday, claiming the president has violated the Emoluments Clause by retaining ownership of his businesses after he was sworn into presidential office.

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  • Simon Cowell announces plans for Grenfell Tower charity single
Simon Cowell announces plans for Grenfell Tower charity single

Grenfell Tower was home to around 600 people and whole families are still missing after the fire , which forced residents to flee through black smoke down the single stairwell, jump out of windows or even drop their children to safety. Some parts of the tower were unsafe for firefighters to enter Thursday, so the fire department worked with struc...

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  • Grenfell Tower: Cab driver woke neighbours to say fridge had exploded
Grenfell Tower: Cab driver woke neighbours to say fridge had exploded

Another large group of protesters stormed the town hall of Kensington and Chelsea, the borough in which Grenfell Tower is located. Earlier in the day, the prime minister paid a second visit to the area around the Grenfell Tower following public outcry at her snubbing of local residents on her first visit due to " security concerns ".

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  • Congressman in critical condition after being shot during baseball practice
Congressman in critical condition after being shot during baseball practice

Roger Williams, R-Texas, who injured his ankle in the chaos Wednesday and will watch from the third-base coaching box. The gunman in the early morning attack at the ballpark in Alexandria, Virginia, was identified as 66-year-old James T.

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  • Trump administration abstains from worldwide climate change pledge
Trump administration abstains from worldwide climate change pledge

Cameron Ahmad, a spokesperson in Trudeau's office, called the report "incorrect" and referred to a summary of the phone call with Merkel that the PMO released last week. Hulot's comments about the irreversibility of the deal struck in Paris in 2015 were echoed by other senior officials in Bologna. The pact involves more than 190 countries ple...

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  • Housing Minister meets with Dublin's Chief Fire Officer after Grenfell Tower tragedy
Housing Minister meets with Dublin's Chief Fire Officer after Grenfell Tower tragedy

Firefighters searching the smoldering ruin in west London recovered six bodies from the 24-story Grenfell Tower, while 11 others were located but could not yet be removed from the gutted structure. Firefighters trying to race into the building were protected from the falling debris by police officers who placed riot shields over their heads. "Thi...

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  • London Attacker Told Italian Police He 'Wanted to Be a Terrorist'
London Attacker Told Italian Police He 'Wanted to Be a Terrorist'

The 48 injured included people from Britain, France , Spain, Australia and New Zealand. Last year, he was stopped at the Bologna airport while trying to fly to Turkey to reach Syria. Investigators confiscated Zaghba's computer but did not have proof of a crime so they had to return the device and pointed him out to London as a possible suspect...

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  • Iran condemns Kabul terrorist attack
Iran condemns Kabul terrorist attack

Security forces respond at the site of a suicide attack on a Shiites mosque in Kabul , Afghanistan, Thursday, Jun 15, 2017. Ghasemi attributed the recent wave of attacks to the latest heavy defeats of "extremist terrorists, especially ISIL" in Iraq and Syria which have pushed them to put creating blind and scattering insecurity across the regi...

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  • Theresa May's DUP deal gives us a government 'more extreme than UKIP'
Theresa May's DUP deal gives us a government 'more extreme than UKIP'

The date for the new legislative programme to be unveiled came hours before Mrs May is due to host Sinn Fein , the DUP and other parties at No10 in a bid to restore the Stormont assembly after its acrimonious collapse in January. She said: 'We are going into these talks with the national interest at heart. Talks with the DUP to secure her govern...

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  • Pres. Trump acknowledges he's being investigated
Pres. Trump acknowledges he's being investigated

The White House recently began referring all questions on Trump and Russian Federation to the lawyer Marc Kasowitz. The White House denies any collusion . Even yesterday, Trump had termed the alleged links between Russian Federation and his campaign as a phony story. Comey also testified that he had told Trump he was not under in...

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