• High flier Macron kicks off Paris Air Show
High flier Macron kicks off Paris Air Show

So far the decision has paid off. Boeing stated that later this week it will reveal orders for more than 240 737 Max 10 jets from at least 10 customers. Industry sources said that Airbus would soon announce an order for 10 of its A350-900 wide-body jets from Ethiopian Airways, while it also looked set to clinch a $5 billion deal with low-priced...

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  • UK PM May condemns sickening terror attack on Muslims
UK PM May condemns sickening terror attack on Muslims

That incident, plus the four attacks, have stretched British authorities and left May's government, which suffered losses in a snap election, reeling. "An attack on one religion is an attack on all religions, and all people and faiths must stand together against terror". Eight have been hospitalized.

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  • UK to ease tension after van attack on London Muslims
UK to ease tension after van attack on London Muslims

Sadly, he has died. "We treat this as a terrorist attack and we in the Met are as shocked as anybody in this local community or across the country at what has happened". The man's name was not released. GRANT STINCHFIELD (HOST): I was going to first ask you about the maybe attack in London , where again we had a van drive through folks it ap...

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  • Grenfell Tower fire: Book of Condolence to open in Belfast
Grenfell Tower fire: Book of Condolence to open in Belfast

The latest figures from NHS England show that 17 patients are still being treated in four London hospitals. He said police had received some 70 pictures and videos of the fire from the public and urged them to send more as officers investigate the blaze.

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  • Iran urges Persian Gulf Arab states to show restraint
Iran urges Persian Gulf Arab states to show restraint

Earlier Doha's 1 million population and their dairy needs were facilitated by Saudi Arabia but after the split, the transport routes were cut off by UAE and their two other allies. Gargash said in previous statements that measures taken by the UAE and other nations against Qatar are aimed at pressuring Doha into changing its policies, not at over...

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  • Shiv Sena non-committal on BJP Presidential candidate
Shiv Sena non-committal on BJP Presidential candidate

Earlier this afternoon, Sena MP Sanjay Raut said BJP President Amit Shah called up Thackeray only after announcing Kovind as its candidate for the July 17 election, hinting the party was not taken into confidence beforehand. Against the backdrop of a speculation that mid-term polls could be in offing in Maharashtra, he said Sena is not unduly anx...

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  • European Union negotiator says sides agree Brexit must be orderly
European Union negotiator says sides agree Brexit must be orderly

These negotiations signal the beginning of the end of the UK's 44 years of European Union membership. Merkel said Monday: "I think it is premature to speculate on the first day of the negotiations how they will end". They also come three months after Prime Minister Theresa May locked Britain into a two-year countdown to Brexit in March 2019...

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  • Brexit talks begin in Brussels
Brexit talks begin in Brussels

Britain's Brexit minister David Davis , the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier , and their teams will start their meeting in Brussels at 11AM and will end the day with a press conference. Davis is to say on Monday that Britain wants "both sides to emerge strong and prosperous", according to a statement by the UK's department for exiting ...

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  • Iran accuses United States of supporting ISIL terrorist group
Iran accuses United States of supporting ISIL terrorist group

An Iranian journalist claimed on Twitter that a woman arrested by authorities was a mastermind behind the attacks . At least 17 people were killed and over 50 others injured in Tehran on Wednesday when gunmen mounted nearly simultaneous assaults on Iran's Parliament and the Mausoleum of the late Founder of the Islamic Republic Imam Khomeini.

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  • London inferno toll now 30, set to rise even further
London inferno toll now 30, set to rise even further

Cundy said emergency workers have now reached the top of the tower. "The conditions due to the fire damage verge on indescribable , which is why this will be such a lengthy operation taking weeks to complete". "This number 58 may change". Of that 79, police have identified five people. Cundy said the "complex" and "exhaustive" inquiry will foc...

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  • British talks with Europe on Brexit begin in Brussels
British talks with Europe on Brexit begin in Brussels

That financial issue is already a bone of contention, as is Brussels' refusal to discuss a new free trade deal until after it is resolved. Davis and Barnier have one key issue over the first weeks of talks: building trust after months of haggling over leaks and figures over the final bill that Britain would have to pay for leaving.

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  • UK police: London mosque attack suspect now arrested on terror grounds
UK police: London mosque attack suspect now arrested on terror grounds

Police have confirmed they are carrying out a search at "residential address in the Cardiff area". British media reports said that a crowd had gathered outside the mosque Sunday night to help an elderly worshiper who had collapsed; the man died after the attack , but it was unclear whether his death was due to the attack itself.

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  • London fire: At least 79 people presumed dead in Grenfell Tower inferno
London fire: At least 79 people presumed dead in Grenfell Tower inferno

Residents of the tower say May was far too slow to visit the stricken community, that the building had been unsafe, and that officials have failed to give enough information and support to those who have lost relatives and their homes. 'It's hard to describe my feelings, because I can not imagine, and I would not want to put myself in the position ...

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  • Otto Warmbier Dies After Returning To US
Otto Warmbier Dies After Returning To US

Kim Jong-Un's regime said Warmbier fell into a coma soon after he was sentenced previous year, claiming the college student had contracted botulism and been given a sleeping pill. While Warmbier was held, the United States consistently urged North Korea to allow Sweden consular access to Warmbier and three other American citizens, and pushed fo...

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  • Police in Wales working with Met officers after Finsbury Park attack
Police in Wales working with Met officers after Finsbury Park attack

The driver was later arrested on suspicion of "the commission, preparation or instigation of terrorism including murder and attempted murder", the police said. The UK has seen a bombing of a concert in Manchester in May, a stabbing spree earlier this month in the London Bridge area and a March attack in which a man drove a auto into crowds on Wes...

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  • Suspect held in mosque attack in London
Suspect held in mosque attack in London

A 48-year-old man was overpowered by Muslim bystanders and was restrained until he was arrested by police officers who arrived within minutes. Police investigating the Finsbury Park Mosque attack have further arrested the suspect on suspicion of terrorism offences.

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  • Sturgeon:
Sturgeon: "Election is important for the Borders, and Scotland as a whole"

The latter wished to cement the Tories' new status as principal opponents of the SNP . The comments come after recent polling suggesting that a Labour revival is occurring in Scotland driven by the young and motivated by Jeremy Corbyn's leftwing policy platform.

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  • America's tech titans think Trump doesn't get their needs
America's tech titans think Trump doesn't get their needs

A who's who of technology names was expected to attend, including Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook , Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella , Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos, Oracle Co-CEO Safra Catz and IBM CEO Ginni Rometty. Chadwell noted Trump's immigration policies have been bad for business for a number of tech companies. The officials als...

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  • Hard work begins Monday, says Brexit minister
Hard work begins Monday, says Brexit minister

A statement issued by Davis' department Sunday in London said "Despite European leaders' attempts to leave open the possibility of Britain remaining in the UK, Davis will make it clear that he is determined to achieve a Brexit deal that works for the whole of the UK".

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  • So it Begins: Brexit Talks to Focus 1st on Orderly Exit
So it Begins: Brexit Talks to Focus 1st on Orderly Exit

A key issue he did not mention was the EU's bill for Britain to leave, which Brussels estimates at a colossal 100 billion euros. "The clock is ticking", he said, adding the two sides' join objective was to ensure that Brexit "happens in an orderly manner".

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