• 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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  • Special Counsel Mueller Adds 13 Attorneys to Team Investigating Russia, Trump
Special Counsel Mueller Adds 13 Attorneys to Team Investigating Russia, Trump

These investigations are looking at Kushner's meeting with Russian intelligence-connected banker Sergey Gorkov in mid-December and Kushner's attempt to set up a back channel between Trump and Moscow through a Russian diplomatic building in the same month.

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  • Davis says will talk in positive and constructive tone
Davis says will talk in positive and constructive tone

Mr Startmer added: "I think the prime minister has got us into a complete mess. That will be in our mutual interest, but we 27 will formulate our interests very clearly and hopefully together". Membership of the customs union makes it impossible for countries to sign free trade deals with other, non-EU countries, whose products may not meet Europea...

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  • Imprisoned American Student Leaves North Korea in Coma
Imprisoned American Student Leaves North Korea in Coma

But the important thing in the immediate future is Mr. Warmbier's health. The release came after Joseph Yun, the State Department's special envoy on North Korea , travelled to Pyongyang and demanded his freedom on "humanitarian grounds", capping a flurry of secret diplomatic contacts, a U.S.

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  • From David to Michel, a guide to top people in Brexit talks
From David to Michel, a guide to top people in Brexit talks

Talks on Britain leaving the European Union began Monday with both sides saying they will focus first on an orderly withdrawal: a deal for citizens living in each other's territory, border arrangements between Ireland and the United Kingdom and the amount that Britain will pay to get out of previous EU commitments.

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  • Georgia inmates save officer who passed out during work detail
Georgia inmates save officer who passed out during work detail

On Monday morning one of our Detail Officers passed out while providing security for his detail on the job site and all six inmates took action to render aid by grabbing his work phone and calling 911 to get EMS and Officers on the scene. The Polk Co. Sheriff's Office shared a Facebook post praising the inmates for their heroic actions and also s...

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  • Southwest celebrates first day of summer with heat wave
Southwest celebrates first day of summer with heat wave

At this time, American Airlines appears to be the only major carrier being impacted by the heat . Areas including Arizona , Nevada , Utah and California's Death Valley are expected to feel the heat with temperatures reaching all-time highs of 110 and 120 degrees, according to AccuWeather .

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  • Iraqi troops begin final assault to force Islamic State out of Mosul
Iraqi troops begin final assault to force Islamic State out of Mosul

ISIS are said to be using these people, living in "desperate" conditions with little food and water, as human shields. Lieutenant General Abdul Yar Allah said Iraqi special forces, the army and Federal Police are all taking part in the assault on the Old City which began at dawn on Sunday.

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  • Australia halts air strikes over Syria amid US-Russia tensions
Australia halts air strikes over Syria amid US-Russia tensions

Russian Federation also said it was halting communications with the U.S. aimed at preventing such incidents. A public war of words between Washington and Moscow continued late Monday as the US said it had a "right to self defense" in Syria near the eastern city of Raqqa after Russian Federation warned it would treat USA coalition aircraft as ta...

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  • David Davis: 'Solid foundation' laid for Brexit talks
David Davis: 'Solid foundation' laid for Brexit talks

Those were, he said, the rights of expatriate citizens and problems of a new EU-UK border, notably cutting across Ireland . His tone was less confrontational than that of Prime Minister Theresa May , who repeatedly said no deal with the European Union was better than a bad deal before she was weakened by failing to win a parliamentary majorit...

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