• London Finsbury Park terror attack: One killed and 11 injured
London Finsbury Park terror attack: One killed and 11 injured

His uncle was "not a racist", he said. As president, Trump has taken steps to protect Muslims from violence, including cruise missile strikes against Syria's military after blaming it for a chemical attack that killed dozens of civilians.

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  • Instagram model dies after freak kitchen accident, family says
Instagram model dies after freak kitchen accident, family says

Rebecca Burger's family announced her death on social media, where she has amassed a following of more than 200,000 with her fitness focused posts. 20 Minutes , a French news source, reported that Rebecca suffered a cardiac arrest at her home on Saturday and died in hospital the following day.

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  • Shooter Had List With the Names of 6 Congresspeople, Says FBI
Shooter Had List With the Names of 6 Congresspeople, Says FBI

Scalise was seriously wounded in the shooting and has undergone several surgeries and remains hospitalized, local media reported. "He is now listed in fair condition and is beginning an extended period of healing and rehabilitation", MedStar Washington Hospital physician Jack Sava, MD, said in a Wednesday press briefing .

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  • Theresa May Lost Without Losing in Bid to Tighten Grip on Parliament
Theresa May Lost Without Losing in Bid to Tighten Grip on Parliament

But Friday, supporters of the country's leading Conservative Party were coming to terms with a parliamentary minority. Grim-faced, May said her Conservatives and the Democratic Unionist Party would together form a new government "that can provide certainty and lead Britain forward at this critical time".

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  • Police consider manslaughter charges over Grenfell Tower fire
Police consider manslaughter charges over Grenfell Tower fire

She said that the Metropolitan Police will consider manslaughter charges as a result of the failed tests. The government has ordered an immediate examination of the refrigerator model that started the blaze. Yesterday the government revealed that samples from 11 tower blocks in eight separate local authorities in the United Kingdom had failed saf...

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  • United Kingdom government confident of deal with N. Ireland's DUP - Hammond
United Kingdom government confident of deal with N. Ireland's DUP - Hammond

They did not comment about when they expect a deal, if any, to be sealed. The Conservative party, in an attempt to claw back after their failed bid to win a bigger majority in the United Kingdom election, has agreed to work with the homophobic DUP from Northern Ireland .

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  • Portugal forest fire: What we know
Portugal forest fire: What we know

Firefighters of the Portuguese National Republican Guard work to stop a forest fire from reaching the village of Avelar, central Portugal , at sunrise Sunday, June 18 2017 . The country's Civil Protection department said that the battle against the flames is still very hard in the Pedrogao Grande , where 1,100 soldiers and firefighters are worki...

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  • Donald Trump says tapes bluff 'wasn't stupid' and kept James Comey 'honest'
Donald Trump says tapes bluff 'wasn't stupid' and kept James Comey 'honest'

Mr Trump kick-started speculation of recordings in a tweet he posted days after firing Mr Comey in May. In a tweet last month, Trump said Comey should "hope" no such tapes existed, prompting Comey to then leak memos about the conversations to the media.

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  • US would welcome effective Syrian effort to defeat IS
US would welcome effective Syrian effort to defeat IS

Pentagon spokesman Navy Captain Jeff Davis said the US military shot down the Shahed 129 as it approached an established coalition combat outpost near al-Tanf in southeast Syria , where the U.S.is holding training sessions for local fighters against the Islamic State group, VOA reported .

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  • Obama slams new Republican healthcare bill
Obama slams new Republican healthcare bill

Governors in states that expanded Medicaid are wary of a bill revealed Thursday, . Ted Cruz of Texas, Rand Paul of Kentucky, Mike Lee of Utah and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin. The Senate Bill, however, eliminated those taxes. The House calls for doing it by 2020. David Perdue (R-Ga.) told reporters that his party's health care plan is "much better ...

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  • NASA's Kepler detects 219 new planets
NASA's Kepler detects 219 new planets

So to date, Kepler has now found 4,034 planet candidates, 2,335 of which have been verified as exoplanets. The rest are still undergoing evaluation. The body of work produced by the Kepler telescope team will form the foundation of humanity's future searches for life in the universe beyond Earth in addition to helping us to further identify ho...

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  • No tapes after all: Trump says he didn't record Comey talks
No tapes after all: Trump says he didn't record Comey talks

In an interview with Fox News Channel Friday, President Trump said there was no collusion , there was no obstruction . "I have no idea whatsoever, whether there are recordings or tapes of my interactions with Comey , but I did not prepare, and do not have, any such tapings", Trump said.

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  • North Korea Denies Torturing US Student Otto Warmbier
North Korea Denies Torturing US Student Otto Warmbier

The comments published by the official Korean Central News Agency were North Korea's first reaction to Otto Warmbier's death in a USA hospital on Monday after it released him for what it called humanitarian reasons. "Kim Jong-un and his ilk have repeatedly assassinated family members and dissenters, violated nuclear weapons agreements, an...

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  • ACLU accuses Minnesota officers of brutalizing suspect
ACLU accuses Minnesota officers of brutalizing suspect

The video shows Agent Joe Joswiak of the Buffalo Ridge Drug Task Force, pulling over a motorist, identified as Anthony Promvongsa, 22, on July 28 of a year ago. "Because the case is now awaiting a jury trial date, the Buffalo Ridge Drug Task Force, Worthington Police Department, and the Nobles County Attorney's office feel it is inappropriate to ...

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  • Disneyland devotee visits park for 2000 days in a row
Disneyland devotee visits park for 2000 days in a row

His goal was to visit the parks of Disneyland Resort everyday for one year. Here, Reitz snaps a selfie with The Mad Hatter and Alice after a teacup ride at the Mad Tea Party in Fantasyland at Disneyland during his 2,000th visit to the park.

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  • Cindy Brings Flood Of Trouble To Gulf Coast
Cindy Brings Flood Of Trouble To Gulf Coast

Shortly after dawn, some of the low-lying clouds were rotating, and gusty winds whipped across the landscape. Any tornadoes that develop will likely be brief and weak. Floating colonies of fire ants could form in flood waters as Tropical Storm Cindy trudges inland. Seas over much of the Gulf of Mexico may remain too rough for small craft into T...

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  • Russian hackers traded thousands of United Kingdom officials' credentials
Russian hackers traded thousands of United Kingdom officials' credentials

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), which was set up to protect the country against cyberattacks, said last night... Security experts warned that hackers could use the information to access government accounts, especially if officials had the same password across the internet.

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  • North Korea denies torturing USA detainee Otto Warmbier
North Korea denies torturing USA detainee Otto Warmbier

The Hamilton County Coroner's Office in OH examined Warmbier's body after the 22-year-old University of Virginia student died on Monday . A hearse carried Warmbier's casket from the school to a burial service at a local cemetery.

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  • Britain Still Believes in Fantasies on Brexit
Britain Still Believes in Fantasies on Brexit

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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  • Tax cuts for rich are part of the Senate GOP health bill
Tax cuts for rich are part of the Senate GOP health bill

Senate Republicans released only a draft of their bill, with no analysis and no cost estimates. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin). People are removed from a sit-in outside of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's office as they protest proposed cuts to Medicaid, Thursday, June 22, 2017 on Capitol Hill in Washington .

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