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Police say terror attack in London, reports of fatalities

British authorities have classified the incidents as terrorist attacks . "Armed officers confronted and shot three male suspects within eight minutes", the BBC report continued. Police initially...

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Jeremy Corbyn, the video game

Jeremy Corbyn, the video game

In 2010, Corbyn said about Hamas during a television interview: "'You have to recognize that the reality is they have a great deal of support, they have a great deal of respect from a lot of Palesti...

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Philippine casino gunman identified, not a terrorist, police say

Philippine casino gunman identified, not a terrorist, police say

At least 37 patrons and employees died, mostly from smoke inhalation as they tried to hide on the second floor, including one the casino's VIP rooms, Albayalde said. "We are doing everything we can to...

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Six killed and three attackers shot dead in attacks on central London

The London Ambulance Service said at least 20 injured people had been taken to six hospitals, and British media said several people had been killed. "He hit about two people in front of me and t...

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London Police Respond To Multiple Terror Attacks

London Police Respond To Multiple Terror Attacks

The BBC had reported that police were searching for three potentially armed suspects. The assailant, Khalid Masood, 52, of West Midlands, reportedly had a criminal record and may have had connecti...

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Backed SDF: Battle for IS capital begins 'within days'

SDF fighters have already sealed off the approaches to Raqa from the north and east, and are close to doing the same with the western approach after new advances. The latest advance is part of a major...

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Sea Lion Leaves People Terrified After Dragging Young Girl Into Water

A man standing nearby, possibly the girl's father or relative, immediately dived into the water to rescue her after which both of them were pulled out by people around. SFU student Michael Fujiwara wa...

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London terror attacks: What we know and don't know

London terror attacks: What we know and don't know

The driver said something bad is happening here. Then, two people were stabbed at a restaurant at the Borough Market . A photo posted by a Twitter user named Brad Myers shows bystanders staring d...

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Trump argues for travel ban as terror attacks strike London

Trump argues for travel ban as terror attacks strike London

People at the scene on London Bridge have claimed the incident is a "terrorist attack ". The BBC is reporting that more than one person has died. "There were loads of shots being fired", she sai...

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Trump flies to Israel amid concerns over US-Saudi arms deal

He said America was seeking a "coalition of nations" in the Middle East with the aim of "stamping out extremism". Trump encouraged Muslim leaders to own the responsibility for defeating Islamic te...

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G7 demands internet giants crack down on extremist content

G7 demands internet giants crack down on extremist content

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will call on G7 leaders to work together to pressure tech giants like Google, Facebook and Twitter to do more to remove extremist content from the internet - warn...

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Goffin slips, retires from French Open third round

Goffin was leading 5-4 in the first set at the time. After a lengthy medical time-out, it became clear that he could not continue and Zeballos was awarded the match and a place in the fourth round o...

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Trump's condolences to British prime minister

Iniitial reports had come in reporting trouble at a third site, in the Vauxhall area, but police later said it was unrelated to the first two attacks. The MeT Police are now searching for three ar...

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France says no trace of Russian hacking Macron

Just a day after saying that "patriotic" Russian hackers might have meddled with the 2016 US presidential election, Russian President Vladimir Putin , in an interview with NBC's Megyn Kelly , sugges...

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China, EU claim climate leadership as USA steps back

There was a mix of dismay and anger across the world. Following Trump's announcement in the Rose Garden, senior Trump administration officials tasked with briefing reporters also said that they ha...

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London terror attacks: Nine including three suspects killed; Key developments

The police - the London Metropolitan Police - they're the most authoritative source for following these sorts of events in the city. London police say they are responding to an incident at Boroug...

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Trump argues for travel ban after attacks hit London

Lydia Hamilton was among those reaching out to strangers on social media amid the chaos on Saturday night. The violence turned a summery Saturday night in an area full of bars and restaurants into a...

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Iraqi forces take one of four districts in Mosul's IS-held enclave

An investigation found the deaths were caused by a bomb detonating explosives planted by the IS, also known as ISIS and ISIL. Iraq's Federal Police, in a statement released on Friday, announce...

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Kind-Hearted Londoners Offer Help To People Caught In Terror Attack

Kind-Hearted Londoners Offer Help To People Caught In Terror Attack

His administration is asking the Supreme Court to reinstate it. The attack had harrowing echoes of an attack on London's Westminster Bridge when 52-year-old British Muslim convert Khalid Masood ...

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Trump asked 2 U.S. intel chiefs to deny Russian Federation collusion

Trump asked 2 U.S. intel chiefs to deny Russian Federation collusion

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats declined to comment Tuesday on the report that President Donald Trump asked him to publicly deny evidence of cooperation between his campaign and ...

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Blasts heard at Kabul victim's funeral

President Ashraf Ghani , who condemned the attack via Twitter , said the "country was under attack". High-ranking officials had been in attendance at the time, including CEO Abdullah Abdullah ...

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Iraqi forces push into three neighbourhoods in western Mosul

Iraqi forces push into three neighbourhoods in western Mosul

The area - a warren of closely spaced buildings and narrow streets - has posed a significant challenge to Iraqi forces, which have surrounded it with a large number of civilians trapped inside. Follow...

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Conservatives continue to lead Labour in latest opinion polls

May might then learn, as Margaret Thatcher learned before her, that the Conservative Party is not known for its kindness to its leaders when they are perceived to have made serious blunders. The pri...

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Kathy Griffin feels 'betrayed' by Anderson Cooper after firing

Griffin appeared in a tearful press conference on Friday where she sobbed of Trump: "He broke me". Donald Trump said Griffin's actions had impacted on his family. CNN reporter Anderson Cooper im...

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Theresa May, pound both take a pounding

Theresa May, pound both take a pounding

Salt was poured into the wound when it emerged on Thursday that YouGov's new constituency estimates suggest that the home secretary, Amber Rudd , fresh from her performance as May's TV debate stand...

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Putin: 'Don't worry, be happy' as Trump ditches climate

The Russian president also accused the USA and its allies of seeking to monopolize power and prevent the emergence of a multi-polar world by countering his country's efforts to assert itself on the gl...

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Labour deserves our vote

The leftist leader's lifelong opposition to nuclear weapons has drawn severe criticism from within his own party, and he was heckled on Friday for refusing to say whether he would launch a retaliatory...

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Police respond to terror attacks on London Bridge, nearby market

I'd say there are about four severely injured people. Other witnesses reported seeing as many as three attackers with knives. Several fire engines were parked outside the building at the time of the...

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Vladimir Putin Tells Megyn Kelly: US Hackers Could Have Framed Russia

Vladimir Putin Tells Megyn Kelly: US Hackers Could Have Framed Russia

Echoing remarks President Donald Trump made on the campaign trail, Putin also questioned the need for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Putin also said that Trump's promise to negotiate new co...

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Johnson, Yedlin, Wood return to US lineup vs Venezuela

Johnson, Yedlin, Wood return to US lineup vs Venezuela

March's World Cup qualifiers were fairly successful for the Americans, who got three points from a must-win home game against Honduras before snagging a point away to Panama. Tim Howard was in goal,...

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Jutanugarn takes No. 1 spot; Creamer, Kim lead in New Jersey

Jutanugarn takes No. 1 spot; Creamer, Kim lead in New Jersey

Ryu, now ranked third in the world, can leapfrog world number two Ariya to seize number one if she finishes third or better - although a tie for second or third could open the door for Jutanugarn. A f...

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PM Modi holds talks with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris

Before the departure, the Prime Minister on Saturday met newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron at Elysee Palace in Paris and discussed issues of global and mutual interests, including way...

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Doctor arrested at Trump hotel has Mercer County connection

A tipster had told the Pennsylvania State Police that Moles was traveling to Washington with weapons, and the information was passed on to the Secret Service and Washington police, Newsham said . M...

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House Intel Committee Sought 'Unmaskings' Last Year — WashPost

Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes , R. -Calif., recused himself from the Russian Federation probe after it was revealed that he had a secret meeting at the White House with an official who provid...

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Macron Discusses Gay Chechnya Crackdown with Putin

Macron Discusses Gay Chechnya Crackdown with Putin

French President Emmanuel Macron rolled out the red carpet for Russia's Vladimir Putin on Monday, but past suspicions of Russian meddling in the French election resurfaced with Macron denouncing R...

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