• Mueller, Rosenstein May Have to Recuse Themselves in Trump Investigation, Prof Says
Mueller, Rosenstein May Have to Recuse Themselves in Trump Investigation, Prof Says

Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) said on NBC's " Meet the Press " that he's aware that Trump is anxious to be proclaimed innocent, but "the FBI's going to do their job, Mueller's going to do his job", and the best outcome is "a full and thorough and credible investigation that reveals everything".

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  • 7 still hospitalized after London mosque attack
7 still hospitalized after London mosque attack

Finsbury Park Mosque also participated in the Great Get Together , hosting the Chief Rabbi for an Iftar dinner, which is a nightly breaking of the Ramadan fast for Muslims. One was detained and two left the scene, the witnesses said. He said on behalf of the family: "We are massively shocked; it's unbelievable, it still hasn't really sunk in"...

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  • Several injured after vehicle rams people leaving London mosque
Several injured after vehicle rams people leaving London mosque

London's Metropolitan Police said it was called just after midnight to an incident on Seven Sisters Road. The incident, which took place almost a year to the day after British Labour Party politician Jo Cox was murdered by a far-right extremist, is the fourth fatal terrorist attack on United Kingdom soil this year.

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  • Black Gun Owners Not Happy With Jury Clearing Officer In Castile Case
Black Gun Owners Not Happy With Jury Clearing Officer In Castile Case

Castile, a 32-year-old cafeteria supervisor, had a permit for the gun and alerted Yanez to the fact that he had a firearm on his person. His death garnered national attention after his girlfriend began recording the incident on Facebook Live.

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  • London Attack an Anti-Islam Reprisal?
London Attack an Anti-Islam Reprisal?

The Prime Minister has said security at mosques across Britain will be reviewed after a van was driven into a crowd of Muslim worshippers in the latest terror attack to hit Britain. "Whatever happened, it was done in a very vindictive way", he said. An attack on one community is an attack on all of us. "The Muslim Community in this area is horrif...

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  • London terror attack suspect named by media
London terror attack suspect named by media

Abdulrahman Aidroos said he and his friends had been tending an old man who had suffered a heart attack when the van was driven at them. Searches are being carried out at a residential address, where Osborne is listed as living, in the Cardiff area.

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  • Qatar nationals, expats banned from UAE airports
Qatar nationals, expats banned from UAE airports

These regional neighbors after having been subject to what Saudi Arabia has called "serious and systematic violations committed by the authorities in Doha " have chosen to sever ties with Qatar in an effort to retaliate against supposed threats from the country.

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  • Amit Shah meets Uddhav Thackeray amid tension between alliance partners
Amit Shah meets Uddhav Thackeray amid tension between alliance partners

The Shiv Sena , the BJP's oldest ally, had earlier said it may choose an "independent" path in the election to the highest constitutional office. "I am not saying that the Bihar Governor Ram Nath Kovind is unfit to be the President. However, it was not immediately clear about what was being discussed in the meeting. "On the contrary they are...

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  • We Need A Robert Mueller Resignation Or A Second Special Counsel
We Need A Robert Mueller Resignation Or A Second Special Counsel

The Washington Post has reported that in that meeting, Trump - having already chose to fire Comey - demanded that Rosenstein memo as a rationale. Trump backers outside the administration, including former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, have said they do not believe Mueller can act independently.

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  • Queen says Britain is 'united in our sadness' following succession of tragedies
Queen says Britain is 'united in our sadness' following succession of tragedies

Father's Day cards have been left close to Grenfell Tower in memory of those caught up in the tragedy . Bellerin, a defender, also plays for London club Arsenal. Many are demanding answers for how the blaze spread so quickly. He told the Press Association: "I'm positive because I think it was a real chance for local residents, people affecte...

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  • Over 19 Killed in Hotel Attack in Somalia's Capital
Over 19 Killed in Hotel Attack in Somalia's Capital

Militants from the al-Shabab group held about 20 hostages during a shoot-out with police, which has now ended. The roofs were blown off the restaurant and nearby buildings by the powerful blasts. Al-Shabab, which translate to "The Youth" in Arabic, is an Al-Qaeda-linked group that has been active since 2006 but has recently emerged as the deadlie...

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  • Remains of 7 sailors killed in US ship collision return home
Remains of 7 sailors killed in US ship collision return home

Bryce Benson , was, along with two other crew members, airlifted to a the U.S. Naval Hospital in Yokosuka, Japan. A significant portion of the crew on the US ship was asleep when the collision occurred, tearing a gash under the warship's waterline and flooding two crew compartments, the radio room and the auxiliary machine room.

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  • A minute silence for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire
A minute silence for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire

Anwar thinks those affected by this fire would "want those people responsible for this to be put behind bars". Some people had suggested the authorities have been being slow in releasing figures for the suspected number of fatalities in the incident which occurred in north Kensington, just west of central London .

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  • EU has negotiating team of all talents
EU has negotiating team of all talents

VDMA managing director Thilo Brodtmann said in a statement that "the European Union and Great Britain must absolutely avoid being left without an agreement in two years". The plans for the next 2 years of government are due to be presented to the United Kingdom parliament in the Queen's speech on Wednesday and this should make the Government'...

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  • London mosque attack suspect named, according to media outlets
London mosque attack suspect named, according to media outlets

The incident occurred in Jeremy Corbyn's constituency of Islington North and the Labour leader released a statement in the early hours of this morning condemning the "awful event". Secretary General of MCB, Harun Khan, said: "During the night, ordinary British citizens were set upon while they were going about their lives, completing their night wo...

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  • Police name three more victims of fire
Police name three more victims of fire

Briefing reporters at police headquarters, Cundy became visibly upset as he described conditions in the charred tower, where a search and recovery operation is expected to last weeks. Distressed women were seen hugging after the silence . At an improvised memorial wall covered in messages of grief and solidarity close to Grenfell Tower, firefi...

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  • Democratic lawmakers press Flynn on Middle East trips
Democratic lawmakers press Flynn on Middle East trips

That trip was not disclosed when he renewed his top security clearance ahead of becoming Trump's top national security official, with access to nearly all of the U.S.'s top secrets. The letter also raises the specter of Flynn's alleged ties to Russian Federation. Committee investigators also found that none of the three speakers bureaus Flynn worke...

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  • Sekulow: 'The President Is Not and Has Not Been Under Investigation'
Sekulow: 'The President Is Not and Has Not Been Under Investigation'

The contradictions really began Friday, when Trump tweeted, "I am being investigated for firing the FBI Director by the man who told me to fire the FBI Director!" "When the president's furious and tweets, it seems to make your job harder", Kilmeade said.

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  • Russian Federation targets USA jets in Syria
Russian Federation targets USA jets in Syria

On Monday, Moscow warned that it would treat all USA coalition aircraft west of the Euphrates river in Syria as "airborne targets" after a U.S. fighter jet shot down a Syrian warplane. "I'm confident that we are still communicating between our operations center and the Russia federation operations center - and I'm also confident that our forces hav...

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  • Schumer calls for bipartisan action on health care bill
Schumer calls for bipartisan action on health care bill

Hatch is the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, one of the panels with ostensible jurisdiction over the bill. The president has previously praised the House legislation , calling it a "great plan" during a celebratory press conference with Republican lawmakers after they passed the bill.

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