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London tower fire: 79 people presumed dead


Her First Secretary of State, Damian Green, defended the prime minister, saying she was as "distraught as we all are". He said only five people had been formally identified so far by police, after officers earlier warned that some may never be identified due to the condition of the remains. Read More »

Trump's son-in-law may get new legal counsel

Sekulow said Trump would address the issue of the tapes - whose very existence is unclear - in the "week ahead". Mr. Wyden expressed skepticism, telling Mr. "The tweet from the president was in response to the five anonymous sources that were purportedly leaking information to the Washington Post about a potential investigation of the president". Read More »

Trump mocks FBI for failing to prove 'Russian Collusion'

In a tweet Friday morning, President Donald Trump says he's being investigated for firing FBI Director James Comey . Rosenstein is the Justice Department official who was put in charge of any matters relating to Russian collusion or interference with the 2016 USA presidential elections , after Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself in March. Read More »

Theresa May condemns 'sickening' terror attack on Muslims


The man who died had already been receiving first aid from a member of the public, police said. An official said Monday that counterterrorism officials were closely monitoring terror activity linked to far-right groups but most of the recent attacks have been traced back to individuals rather than groups. Read More »

Openers' dominance, and a new high for Pakistan

Pakistan , made to bat first for the first time in the tournament, racked up a final-record innings of 338-4, founded on a 128-run opening stand between Fakhar Zaman , who earned his maiden one-day worldwide century with 114, and Azhar Ali, whom Fakhar ran out on 59. Read More »

Suspect held in mosque attack in London


Eyewitness Abdul Rahman said the driver said he wanted to "kill all Muslims". - June 16, 2016: Lawmaker Jo Cox is stabbed to death in the area of northern England she represented by a man with white supremacist views who shouts "Britain First" as he attacks her. Read More »

UK hope for Brexit deal like 'no other'

Davis said the talks were off to a "promising start" and denied that Britain had caved in on the sequencing of the talks. UK Brexit Secretary David Davis said he sought to "do all that we can to assure that we deliver a deal that works in the best interests of all citizens". Read More »

How Many Millions Does Trump Owe Lenders?

The report covers January 2016 through April 15, 2017, reports CNN . It also served as the host of the American Petroleum Institute board meeting in March - an event that drew two members of Trump's Cabinet - while also making the family company a considerable fee. Read More »

Footage shows moment suspected Finsbury Park attacker was arrested


Standing with her mum near the scene of Monday's attack, Emma Salem, 15, said: "I feel like if it was a Muslim man, whether or not they know who it is or whatever, it's straight away classed as a terrorist attack". France and Germany quickly condemned the attack and Egypt's Al-Azhar institution, the leading authority in Sunni Islam, condemned it as "sinful" and urged Western countries to take steps against Islamophobia . Read More »

President Trump's Lawyer: Not Aware of Any Investigation

If Comey's firing is truly being investigated, key figures in the investigation and the Justice Department may have to recuse themselves due to potential conflicts of interest, Professor Jonathan Turley wrote in a blog post . On Fox, it got heated with the host, Wallace "I do not appreciate", Sekulow said, "you putting words in my mouth when I've been crystal clear that the president is not and has not been under investigation". Read More »

De Blasio holds rally aimed at extending mayoral control of NYC schools


The mayor told Kramer the old board was not only broken, but, "Marcia, you personally saw - when I say chaos and corruption under the old school boards, I know you reported on a lot of that". There should be a multiple-year extension of mayoral control. As the for the charge the de Blasio is "corrupt", Massey points to the finding by federal prosecutors of "several circumstances in which Mayor de Blasio and others acting on his behalf solicited donations from individuals who sought official ... Read More »

Russia warns US after downing of Syrian warplane

The Su-22 jet was shot down on Sunday (June 18) by a US F-18 fighter as an act of "collective self-defence of coalition-partnered forces" after the Syrian aircraft dropped bombs close to American-backed fighters near the northern Syrian town of Tabqah, according to a US-led coalition statement . Read More »

USA congressman Scalise still in critical condition -hospital


Rep. Jeff Duncan of SC said he had just left the practice and encountered the apparent gunman in the parking lot before the shooting. He said he hoped the game would help heal emotional wounds. President Donald Trump sent a video message to the game, highlighting Scalise who remains in critical condition on Thursday after several surgeries. Read More »

Bayern Release Statement On Ronaldo Links


Cristiano Ronaldo's future at the Bernabeu remains uncertain after he told the club he wants to leave. I have made a decision. However, if he really is available, then sure, go for him - break the bank in the process - but if United even get a whiff that the deal is dead in the water then they would be wise not to get roped into the media circus. Read More »

After US shoots down Syrian jet, Russian Federation threatens risky escalation


This weekend's fast-paced developments bring new urgency to easing escalating strains between Washington and Moscow, who are both fighting in Syria but with opposing objectives. Dunford noted that the hotline, which has been vital in protecting both U.S. and Russian forces operating in Syria, remained in use "over the last few hours". Read More »

Korea says it freed United States student over humanitarian reasons

Dr. Daniel Kanter , medical director of the Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit at the Cincinnati hospital, told reporters "there's no fractures of the bones that we can detect". More updates on Otto Warmbier's condition should follow. After Otto Warmbier , detained for more than a year in North Korea , returned home this week in a coma, the Trump administration is looking into ways to stop other Americans from going to North Korea . Read More »

Grenfell Tower fire: 79 people are dead or missing presumed dead


Five of those 79 people have so far been formally identified, Commander Cundy added - the rest are missing presumed dead. May and her ministers have said they will do all they can to help those left homeless after the blaze and make sure other high-rise buildings, usually home to poorer people, are checked and safe. Read More »

Airstrikes on Islamic State-held Syrian city kill 12


The coalition has provided air support and special forces to help the SDF operations near Raqqa . "From the historical resistance of Kobanê to the liberation of Girê Spî, Hawl and Shaddadi, to the villages of Deir ez-Zor and Raqqa, and to the dams in these regions, many historic steps have been taken for the liberation of the people in these regions from the terrorists and the fulfillment of their vital needs within existing resources", the SDF said in a statement . Read More »

Three Palestinians killed after attacking Israeli officers


This would not be the first time ISIS has falsely claimed attacks as their own. The group warned that "this attack will not be the last". Another Israeli police officer was lightly wounded in the attack, and two Palestinian bystanders were wounded in the shootout that followed the initial assault. Read More »

Fire: Protests take place across London

Search and recovery crews have been working in the tower since last Wednesday's fire. Only five victims of the blaze have so far been indentified. He said five of the dead had been formally identified, and it would be a slow and painstaking task to identify the others because of the intensity of the fire. Read More »

79 feared dead in London tower fire

Metropolitan Police Commander Stuart Cundy told a press conference Monday that only five victims have been formally identified so far, and the death toll may change. Cundy said the search and recovery operation was ongoing in the burnt-out 24-storey tower. Mr Cundy would not be drawn on the specifics of the criminal investigation, including whether anyone had been arrested or raids carried out. Read More »

Soccer player to donate to London fire victims

Although the police and fire service expect the number to rise significantly, they are following their usual procedure of only raising it as they confirm deaths. Prime Minister Theresa May met with victims of the disaster at Downing Street on Saturday, before declaring that the support given to families in the aftermath of the tragedy was " not good enough ". Read More »