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London Bridge: Van mows down pedestrians, witness says


A speeding van first mowed down several pedestrians on London Bridge before three men jumped out of the vehicle and started stabbing people with "long knives". A witness told Reuters that at least six people were hit on the bridge. Roberts said he heard what sounded like gunshots a brief time later. The vehicle then continued to drive towards Borough Market , just south of the bridge, where three assailants got out and attempted to stab civilians in a restaurant, including a police ... Read More »

PM May's lead falls to 3 pct points

But her Conservative Party remained on 43 percent according to a survey conducted by Survation for ITV's Good Morning Britain programme, seeing their lead drop as support for Labour rose 3 percentage points to 37 percent. This is down to the popularity of labour leader Jeremy Corbyn rising while Theresa May's popularity has slumped. This time a year ago David Cameron took one of the most ill-judged gambles a British Prime Minister has ever taken with the European Union ... Read More »

'Donald Trump's climate claims on China, India false'

Thursday's announcement on the Paris agreement was a decision "to abdicate our leadership in the world", Stanton said . Trump said he intends to exit the Paris climate agreement , and that got Macron in front of a camera. "I want the world to know that the U.S. will meet its Paris commitments and that through partnerships among cities, states and businesses we will seek to remain part of the Paris agreement process", Bloomberg said. Read More »

Stevenson stops Fonfara in 2nd round in WBC title defense


While Fonfara is seeking a first world title, Stevenson is already thinking about unifying the division, saying he wants the victor of the upcoming bout between Sergey Kovalev and Andre Ward. Alvarez retained his position as the top-ranked contender and mandatory challenger for the WBC title. "I want that fight now", Alvarez said. "I think I've earned it". Read More »

Death toll rises to six in London attacks, three suspects shot dead

Metropolitan police said early Sunday that the vests were fake. On May 22, a British-born suicide bomber killed 22 people and injured 59 others at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. "Everyone in the bar started pushing people from the exits", one witness who gave his name as Brian, 32, told Reuters . "We were shouting "stop, stop" and people threw chairs at them", the chef said. Read More »

Mayors Want to Take Lead on Climate After Trump's Paris Announcement

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) said U.S. President Donald Trump has misused its climate research to justify his decision of withdrawing the United States from the Paris Agreement on climate change. And whenever NY was hit with a cold spell or snowstorm, Trump would often tweet a joke about global warming. Russian officials have said they need more time to assess its potential impact on their economy and have spoken of drafting a strategy for low-carbon development, ... Read More »

Vanity Fair reveals 4 new covers for 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'

After delivering the first teaser in April, promotion for Star Wars: The Last Jedi ramps up, as the film's stars cover Vanity Fair . At the end of The Force Awakens , we saw Rey finally find Luke, which means she'll soon begin her Jedi training, as the Vanity Fair images show. Read More »

Twitter reacts to death of Southern rock legend Gregg Allman


He and his older brother Duane formed the nucleus of the Allman Brothers Band . The musician was forced to cancel a string of 2016 tour dates due to illness, announcing last August (16) he was "under his doctor's care at the Mayo Clinic" addressing some "serious health issues". Read More »

Real triumph again as Ronaldo double sinks Juventus

Real Madrid have beaten Juventus to win the 2017 UEFA Champions League competition at Cardiff in the UK. Also coach Zidane becomes to the first player to win the champions as player and as coach back to back. The fine balance between defence and attack in this very good Juve side was being broken down. Luka Modric had a 25-yard effort caught by Gianluigi Buffon and Marcelo narrowly failed to pick out Ronaldo with a cross from the left before Casemiro put Madrid ahead in the 61st ... Read More »

British PM May seen 13 seats short of majority - YouGov

An ICM poll for the Guardian on Tuesday showed Labour gaining ground - a trend consistent with other pollsters - but suggested the Tories were still enjoying a healthy advantage. The Financial Times said in an editorial that an increased Conservative majority could lead to more hardline Eurosceptics in May's party. But if she fails to beat the 12-seat majority her predecessor David Cameron won in 2015, her electoral gamble will have failed and her authority will be seriously ... Read More »

German music festival suspended due to terror threat

There was also a discrepancy with those individuals' backstage passes not matching their real names. Rock am Ring in Nuerberg will recommence after an intensive search of the site allayed fears of an attack that saw thousands having to leave the festival. Read More »

Pop Star Ariana Grande Visits Fans at Manchester Hospital


About two weeks after the deadly Manchester terror attack, American pop singer Ariana Grande paid a surprise visit to the hospital where many of her young fans are being treated. Grande arrived back in the United Kingdom on Friday morning ahead of the One Love concert at Old Trafford cricket ground. Never seen Jaden so happy! The father of Lily Harrison, eight, who has a bruised lung and a shrapnel wound following the suicide bombing outside Grande's Manchester Arena concert on ... Read More »

London attack: Van drives into crowds as people stabbed in restaurants

London Mayor Sadiq Khan described it as a "a deliberate and cowardly attack on innocent Londoners and visitors to our city enjoying their Saturday night". "And then people started screaming coming back up", the 31-year-old said. The witness also said that he saw one woman who was hit by the van. At the Borough Market, where there are reports of multiple stabbings, people were forced to take cover under the tables in a resturant as a man entered and stabbed two people. Read More »

Climate move seeks to please Trump's most ardent backers


Trump said he's willing to renegotiate and re-enter the agreement when he believes it better serves the interests of Americans. "And perhaps most important, new coal plants in the U.S. Foreign investment opportunities, he said , were far different from when China first opened up. "I made the U.K.'s position clear to President Trump last week at the G-7 meeting, as did the other G-7 leaders, and I made the position clear to President Trump last night". Read More »

Trump keeps his promises scrapping climate deal

The United States - the world's second largest greenhouse gas emitter after China - pledged in the Paris climate deal to reduce emissions that contribute to global warming by 26 per cent in a 20-year period by 2025. China said it was a responsible country that had been working hard on tackling climate change. The Trump campaign urged the president's supporters in the area to attend the event Saturday from 10 a.m. Read More »

Vehicle runs into London Bridge pedestrians; multiple injuries

Metropolitan Police said the van and market attacks are being considered terrorist incidents. President Donald Trump offered United States help Saturday to Britain in response to twin attacks in London that killed six people, after a van plowed into pedestrians and assailants stabbed others. Read More »

London Hit by Van and Knife Attack at London Bridge

Saturday's incidents also come more than two months after a man drove an SUV into a crowd on the sidewalk along Westminster Bridge in London , killing at least four people. "And then people started screaming coming back up", the 31-year-old said. The attacks came days before a general election and two weeks after 22 people were killed when a suicide bomber targeted an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester . Read More »

Nashville helps Preds' celebrate history with 1st Cup Final


The Pittsburgh Penguins are halfway to winning their second straight Stanley Cup with a 4-1 victory in game two for a 2-0 series lead. When asked how he would handle the anticipated crowd, Crosby said its simple: Silence them. Neal made it 3-1 with 22.6 seconds left in the second, banking the puck off Murray's left arm for his first goal in the series and sixth of the playoffs. Read More »

Merciless Harry Kane nets 4 as Tottenham dismantle Leicester City


Prior to losing to Sunderland, the Tigers had won seven of eight unbeaten matches at the KCOM Stadium. He's one of the best strikers in the world. He has 51 goals in two seasons and that is great numbers. England global Kane, who hopes to add to his tally against relegated Hull on Sunday, told Sky Sports: "I've been thinking a lot about getting on the scoresheet this week". Read More »

Errol Spence Jr stops Kell Brook to win IBF welterweight title

Instead, Spence looked to fight on his own terms. But Brook's left eye socket was fractured in the cracking fight and he needs another operation to fix the shattered bone. "I am just so motivated for this fight, being back in Sheffield and being here". Spence made his first trip to British soil after a disappointing 2012 Olympic campaign, having contested all of his fights in North America. Read More »

Disney's 'Raven's Home' Trailer Will Hit You Right In The Childhood


The planned sequel originally was announced past year, with Raven-Symoné and Anneliese Van Der Pol reprising their roles as best friends Raven Baxter and Chelsea Daniels. Raven-Symoné is set to serve as executive producer on the series, alongside Scott Thomas and Jed Elinof. In the interest of full disclosure, I'm probably not going to watch this show at all. Read More »

MTV will livestream Sunday's Manchester benefit concert

The all-star benefit concert to be held nearly two weeks after a suicide bomber killed 22 people and wounded 116 at a concert held by US pop singer Ariana Grande at the Manchester arena. After the concert, all the money and profits will go toward the " We Love Manchester Emergency Fund ", in cooperation with the British Red Cross and Manchester City Council. Read More »

May's debate no-show is fodder for rivals

The BBC asked polling company ComRes to pick audience that is representative of the country demographically and politically. UKIP's Paul Nuttall described the clash as like groundhog day, adding: "UKIP will always be the outsider". "But it has been proven right on Brexit , on immigration, on grammar schools, and on protecting services". Earlier Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn had electrified the debate with a shock eleventh hour decision to take part in the BBC showdown, accusing Mrs ... Read More »