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Author: 0 Police and MI5 face further scrutiny after third attack since March

Hedge was one of at least 48 people who were injured in the attack carried out by three men in the London Bridge area that also left seven people dead and anxious friends and relatives frantic to find out about others still missing. Washington , Jun 5 US President Donald Trump today returned to his offensive criticism of London's Pakistani- origin mayor Sadiq Khan , calling his assuring statements to Londoners a "pathetic excuse", and renewed the demand for a tougher travel ban on ...

Author: 0 STAMPEDE: Abiraterone Slowed Progression of Advanced Prostate Cancer

This study was funded by grants from the Medical Research Council, National Institute for Health Research, National Cancer Institute , Italian Agency for Drugs (AIFA), Japanese Foundation for Multidisciplinary Treatment of Cancer , French Ministry of Health, and French National cancer Institute (Inca).

Author: 0 Delaware, Virginia Join Other States in Paris Climate Goal Alliance

The Climate Alliance, while only a few days old, is more than just a way for mostly Democratic-run states to thumb their nose at the president, Phadke said. - Democratic attorneys general of 19 states are joining with governors, mayors and business leaders who have pledged their commitment to the Paris Climate Agreement.

Author: 0 Vladimir Putin Pushed Back On Russian Election Influence In Megyn Kelly Interview

Kelly confronted Putin with questions about his country's alleged involvement in the 2016 United States presidential election and the allegations that Russian Federation has compromising information on President Donald Trump . "And we can only get that by talking to those directly involved". Russian President Vladimir Putin , second right, Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern, left, Moldovan President Igor Dodon, second left, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi, center, and NBC ...

Global Media Attacker sets fire in crowded Philippine casino, killing 36
Author: 0 Attacker sets fire in crowded Philippine casino, killing 36

The victims appeared to have suffocated due to the fire at Resorts World Manila , presidential spokesman Ernesto Abella said . The police have ruled out terrorism as the motive for the attack, CNN Philippines reported. At least 35 people died at Resorts World Manila in the Philippines after a gunman stormed the resort in an attempted robbery and torched gambling tables, creating a choking amount of smoke, law enforcement and company officials said.

Author: 0 Ramadan Rage: Kabul Terrorist Bombing Kills 90, Injures Hundreds

Afghan Ambassador to the UK, Said Tayeb Jawad, told CNN's Clarissa Ward that the country's security agencies have intercepted "many similar attacks", including one a few days ago. They were assigned to the USA embassy there as contractors, the officials said. The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for several recent bombings in the Afghan capital, including a powerful blast targeting a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation convoy that killed eight people earlier this month.

Author: 0 Will Trump block Comey's testimony?

Flynn, according to a memo by Mr. Comey. Lawmakers from both parties are urging President Donald Trump not to stand in the way of fired FBI Director James Comey , who is scheduled to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee investigating possible Trump campaign ties to Russian Federation.

Author: 0 White House communications director resigns amid tensions

State Department and National Security Council officials typically prepare scripted talking points and background on the leader on the other end of the line. At 12:06 a.m. on May 31st, Donald Trump tweeted , "Despite the constant negative press covfefe ". Spicer gave no further clarity on Mr. Trump's confounding overnight "covfefe" tweet , which created an Internet sensation and caused people to speculate about why the president is tweeting - and what he is tweeting - in the middle of ...

Global Media London police arrest more suspects in bridge attack
Author: 0 London police arrest more suspects in bridge attack

However, the PM faced questions about her own leadership while home secretary under David Cameron. "This was an attack on London and the United Kingdom , but it was also an attack on the free world", she said. One of those injured included a London transport police officer who was one of the first responders on the scene. "At least 7 dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and Mayor of London says there is 'no reason to be alarmed!'" She said it was " time to say enough is enough" and ...

Global Media Police name two London Bridge attackers
Author: 0 Police name two London Bridge attackers

The second attacker, Rachid Redouane, also of Barking, was not known to police prior to the attack. The attackers wore what appeared to be suicide belts, authorities said. "The commissioner of the Metropolitan police has said the Met is well resourced, and they are, and that they have very powerful counter-terrorism capabilities, and they do".

Author: 0 London attack: More detentions in hunt for accomplices

British police say they have arrested 12 people in east London over the attack in the London Bridge area. He is expected to survive. Visiting the scene of the attack, Khan said he was "furious" that the killers had used religion to justify their actions.

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Author: 0 Trump Slams His Own Administration over "Watered Down" Travel Ban

In early-morning tweets , Trump emphatically said he wants a travel ban, a reference to his proposal to bar visitors to the US from a handful of Muslim-majority countries. He followed up by tweeting: "In any event we are EXTREME VETTING people coming into the U.S.in order to help keep our country safe". Trump also accused the courts of making "political" decisions, presumably regarding his executive order on travel from the six countries.

Author: 0 Vladimir Putin Low-Key Dissed America in His Megyn Kelly Interview

PUTIN: There's a theory that Kennedy's assassination was arranged by the United State intelligence services. "He was clearly defending himself by putting all the blame on somebody else, whether it was the USA or 3-year-olds, or smart hackers, or people who could imitate Russian Federation or US interference in somebody else's elections".

Author: 0 Jeremy Corbyn will not 'realistically' win the election, Labour MP tells constituents

The British Prime Minister said she recognised the hard work people did in the health service but said her party had taken the difficult decision of enforcing pay restraint. Corbyn ruled out a deal with other parties, including the Scottish National Party (SNP) in case of a hung parliament, saying he was looking forward to forming a majority Labour government.

Author: 0 Ex-Philippines govt employee blamed for casino attack

He had been sacked from the finance department in 2014 for corruption, having been investigated since 2011 for a scam involving tax credits in exchange for kickbacks. Carlos, according to police officials, killed himself in a hotel room after being shot and wounded by security officers at the casino. The Strait Times reported that Albayalde said Carlos' family said he had been hooked on gambling and was in debt by at least four million pesos, the US equivalent of $111,897.

Global Media Explosions kill at least 6 attending Kabul funeral
Author: 0 Explosions kill at least 6 attending Kabul funeral

The funeral for Salem Izidyar, the son of the senate deputy speaker, was attended by many high-ranking current and former officials, including the country's chief executive, Abdullah Abdullah . The attack mounted additional pressure on President Ashraf Ghani's government over its inability to ensure security in Kabul . He said that an investigation must determine how the attack happened.

Author: 0 Putin dismisses US claims about Trump, Russia and elections

And by Thursday at an worldwide economic forum in his home city of St Petersburg, Putin commented on everything from Trump - whom he called "sincere" and "straightforward" - to how Russian hackers might be "patriotic" without being state-sponsored to one of his oldest grievances - USA missile defense systems around the world.

Author: 0 UK's May and Corbyn questioned by public on TV show

JEREMY Corbyn's chief spin doctor branded it "completely bonkers" to think the Labour leader would ever retaliate for a nuclear strike on Britain. "A vote for Labour is a vote to reject a divisive second independence referendum and send Nicola Sturgeon a message to get on with the day job of fixing the crisis in our schools and hospitals".