• British Police Identify Third London Attacker
British Police Identify Third London Attacker

After that, Amato said, any time Zaghba was in Italy, he was always tracked by Italian intelligence officers. Ms Delcros was seriously injured by the van, although her condition in hospital has stabilised, her family said. The Islamic gym where Butt worked out said Tuesday they had seen nothing of concern during his time there. O'Leary was one of...

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  • At least 35 bodies found at Manila casino
At least 35 bodies found at Manila casino

Dela Rosa ruled out the reports that the Islamic State group ( ISIS ) has claimed responsibility for the attack. "Brother Abu al-Kheir al-Arkhabili was able to immerse among a gathering of Christian fighters in the Resorts World Manila in Manila where he carried out killing and hurting until he died as a martyr".

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  • Justice Ademola Resumes Sitting
Justice Ademola Resumes Sitting

The NJC had on Saturday asked Justice Ademola and other to resume duties since no charges have been brought against them. He commenced sitting at 9:30 a.m. All the defendants were, however, discharged and acquitted on April 5. When the case was mentioned, the defence was not represented in court. The absence of the judge stalled several pen...

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  • London Police ID Two of the Perpetrators of Saturday's Terrorist Attack
London Police ID Two of the Perpetrators of Saturday's Terrorist Attack

Butt was known to police and security services, and an investigation into him began in 2015, when one man called the terrorism hotline after concerns Butt had been been radicalised. Police raided properties in Barking on Sunday and two on Monday in nearby Newham and Barking. Butt had been investigated in 2015, was known by neighbours to be an ext...

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  • A look at how Trump's climate moves affect the coal industry
A look at how Trump's climate moves affect the coal industry

Later, when asked by the AP what could prompt the U.S.to return to the forefront of climate change efforts, Brown replied, "Science, facts, the world, the marketplace". It continued: 'It is high time the world stopped pondering over the unsafe ideological trend which is surfacing in the USA with the emergence of the Trump administration, but raised...

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  • British police name two London attackers
British police name two London attackers

When asked by authorities about his intentions, Amato said, Zaghba initially replied that he was leaving to become "a terrorist". Zaghba was reportedly working in a London restaurant and had not been seen in Italy since 2016. She said: 'The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police has said that the Met is well resourced, and they are, and that...

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  • Meat producer's attorney: ABC reports almost ended business
Meat producer's attorney: ABC reports almost ended business

Politics as usual", Butswinkas said. With potential damages up at US$5.7 billion before any punitive fines are added , The Walt Disney Company, parent of the ABC , is anxious about its bottom line should it be found against, and has included this lawsuit in 10-Q reports to shareholders filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission.

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  • Gulf crisis: UAE to punish Qatar sympathisers with 15 year jail term
Gulf crisis: UAE to punish Qatar sympathisers with 15 year jail term

He also sought to cast the anti-Qatar action led by the Saudis and the United Arab Emirates as the result of his trip last month to Riyadh, where he pressed leaders from dozens of Arab and Muslim governments, including Qatar's emir, to combat extremism.

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  • PM May's lead falls to 3 pct points
PM May's lead falls to 3 pct points

The poll of 1,875 adults would lead to Mrs May's party falling 17 seats short of an overall majority and a hung parliament after June 8. Theresa May's Conservative Party is just 3 points ahead of Jeremy Corbyn's Labour in a poll published Thursday, a week before the United Kingdom election.

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  • Suspect in Notre Dame attack was ex-journalist, student
Suspect in Notre Dame attack was ex-journalist, student

The University of Lorraine's president, Pierre Mutzenhardt, told France Bleu radio that Ikken had been working on a thesis about North African media since 2014. "Then there was a crowd surge and people panicked". "I don't believe at all that he was radicalized", he said in a phone interview. A tenant of the apartment building housing students des...

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  • White House, allies scramble for ways to counter Comey
White House, allies scramble for ways to counter Comey

When he was sacked, Mr Comey was leading an investigation into whether the Trump presidential campaign colluded with the Russian government before the election. But the remark - from a President who in recent weeks has appeared at times consumed by the barrage of Russian Federation allegations - was yet another painful reminder that the Republica...

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  • Panama's ex-dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega dies at 83
Panama's ex-dictator Manuel Antonio Noriega dies at 83

Noriega was his intelligence chief. However a 10-mile wide area surrounding the canal, known as the Panama Canal Zone, was considered unincorporated United States territory until the canal was handed over to Panama in December 1999. Around this time Noriega reportedly goes onto the CIA's payroll. It was then the largest U.S. military operation si...

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  • Donald Trump Intervenes In Gulf Rift, Pointing At Qatar Over Terror Funding
Donald Trump Intervenes In Gulf Rift, Pointing At Qatar Over Terror Funding

Kuwait's emir is travelling to Saudi Arabia for talks. Both the countries in the Gulf are major destinations for Bangladeshi workers. "We have no plans to change our posture in Qatar and we would encourage all of our partners to try to work together to reduce tensions".

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  • Trump lashes out at London mayor -- again
Trump lashes out at London mayor -- again

You will not win. "The question is: How do you address extremism in the broadest context in a way that will actually make people feel safer when they go to a concert, or they're walking across a bridge, or they're in a street fair some place?" We have a special relationship and we should work closely with the Americans.

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  • Hillary slams Trump over tweet on London Mayor
Hillary slams Trump over tweet on London Mayor

Trump's tweet renewed his mischaracterization of Khan's statement to London residents following the attack that left seven people dead and dozens injured. "Thank you, Mayor Khan, for your leadership during this crisis". "I think that to suggest something like that is utterly ridiculous", deputy White House press secretary Sarah Sanders to...

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  • Siding against ally Qatar, Trump injects U.S. into Arab crisis
Siding against ally Qatar, Trump injects U.S. into Arab crisis

Qatar's foreign minister said on Tuesday Doha was ready for mediation efforts after the Arab world's biggest powers severed ties with it, adding that Qatar's ruler had delayed a speech in order to give Kuwait a chance to ease regional tensions.

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  • White House Defends Trump Criticisms of London Mayor
White House Defends Trump Criticisms of London Mayor

The row started on Sunday when Khan urged Londoners not to be concerned by a greater police presence after the terrorist attack at London Bridge. "It is time for steady, determined leadership like we are seeing from London's mayor and local authorities", Clinton said at a fundraising event on Monday, according to The Washington Examiner.

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  • Trump to keep United States embassy in Tel Aviv
Trump to keep United States embassy in Tel Aviv

They hope to make East Jerusalem the capital of their future state, and have broad support from the global community. The President made this decision to maximize the chance of successfully negotiating a deal between Israel and the Palestinians, fulfilling a solemn obligation to defend America's national security interest.

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  • Whistleblower Allegedly Leaked NSA Russia Cyberattack Report
Whistleblower Allegedly Leaked NSA Russia Cyberattack Report

The news outlet was not identified in the charging documents, but a source with knowledge of the matter confirmed that the charges were connected to The Intercept's Monday report titled: " Top-Secret NSA report details Russian hacking effort days before 2016 election".

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  • Cautious Comey expected in US hearing on Trump-Russia probes
Cautious Comey expected in US hearing on Trump-Russia probes

In that testimony, according to the person familiar with Comey's preparations, the former director also intends to refute Trump's previous assertions that Comey assured him three times that the president was not a subject of the FBI's wide-ranging investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials, who sought...

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  • British PM: Trump 'wrong' to attack London mayor
British PM: Trump 'wrong' to attack London mayor

Wes Streeting, standing for re-election as an MP in Ilford North, said Trump was responsible for a "cheap attack on London's Mayor" and called on Trump's state visit to be cancelled. The two men have history. "State visits are given to world leaders who have had a distinguished service, who have a track record, and in the circumstances, whe...

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  • Tuipulotu to miss Blues match vs Lions after lateness
Tuipulotu to miss Blues match vs Lions after lateness

Warren Gatland is keen to draw on the experience the Ireland and Ulster centre has to offer when the Lions come up against the Blues at Eden Park , Auckland in the second game of their tour. Of course we want to be clinical, relentless in our process and ruthless, because in not more than a couple of weeks we're playing against the most ruthle...

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  • Obama Officials Subpoenaed in Unmasking Probe
Obama Officials Subpoenaed in Unmasking Probe

Gen. Michael Flynn , President Donald Trump's former national security adviser, Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, and two of their businesses. In addition, the committee's Republican chairman, Representative Devin Nunes , who had recused himself from the panel's Russian Federation investigation, also approved subpoenas to the CIA, FBI and National ...

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  • UK police name two London attackers, say one investigated before
UK police name two London attackers, say one investigated before

London's Metropolitan Police said officers have so far arrested at least 12 people and said the identities of the three men who launched the attack would be revealed Monday. In a lengthy interview with Time magazine, Khan said the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency would potentially force him to meet and "engage with" USA mayors - s...

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  • Woods 'asleep at the wheel' of car before arrest
Woods 'asleep at the wheel' of car before arrest

The tests reported that although he was cooperative, he was also "very drowsy, hard to watch, and could not even walk". Woods reportedly told the arresting officer that he was coming from playing golf in Los Angeles, though he was arrested approximately 8 miles from his $54 million Jupiter mansion.

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  • London attack: Prime Minister says bridge attackers identified
London attack: Prime Minister says bridge attackers identified

He has said cuts in the number of police officers have had an impact on the ability to prevent attacks. He said the vehicle was seen going the wrong way down a one-way street and was later seen speeding off, followed closely by a small red auto.

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  • Trump's sons stand by father's criticism of London mayor
Trump's sons stand by father's criticism of London mayor

In another interview at the time , he also said: "If Donald Trump becomes the President, I'll be stopped from going there by virtue of my faith, which means I can't engage with American mayors and swap ideas". David Rank, the charge d'affaires at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, abruptly ended a 27-year career in an announcement Monday, report...

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  • 10 questions James Comey is likely to face
10 questions James Comey is likely to face

A person familiar with the situation says former FBI Director James Comey asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions to keep him from being alone with President Donald Trump . Days before Comey's testimony, nobody would rule out that the President could take to Twitter on Thursday to respond directly to Comey's testimony - with perhaps less savvy than...

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  • Backed forces launch bid to take Raqqa from ISIS
Backed forces launch bid to take Raqqa from ISIS

The offensive, dubbed "Anger of the Euphrates", began with the storming of buildings in the eastern neighborhood of Mishlab by SDF troops fighting alongside USA special operations forces, according to a monitoring group, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights .

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  • At NATO Summit Macron Dodges Trump And Hugs Merkel Instead
At NATO Summit Macron Dodges Trump And Hugs Merkel Instead

The French president reportedly referred to his now legendary handshake with Trump as " a moment of truth ". According to Macron, the tense exchange ahead of Thursday's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit was " a moment of truth " between the two political leaders.

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  • Zarif Testing Diplomatic Skills to Help End Arab Crisis
Zarif Testing Diplomatic Skills to Help End Arab Crisis

Doha , Qatar's capital, is a major hub for global flight connections. In an interview with Doha-based satellite news network Al-Jazeera, Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed Bin Abdulrahman Al Thani said Kuwait's ruler had asked Qatar's emir to hold off on giving a speech about the crisis late Monday night.

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  • Battle for IS 'Capital' Raqqa Begins
Battle for IS 'Capital' Raqqa Begins

The coalition struck similarly described forces in the area last month. An American commander said the battle will be long and hard, but success would deliver a decisive blow to the idea of IS as a physical caliphate. airstrike while they were trying to flee the Daesh-held northern city of Raqqah, with reports that women and children were among t...

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  • Israel advances plans for 1500 West Bank settler homes: Peace Now
Israel advances plans for 1500 West Bank settler homes: Peace Now

The timing was, well, conspicuous: Just about a week after President Donald Trump left the Middle East, an Israeli minister was sitting down for dinner in Ramallah with the Palestinian prime minister. Fifty years later the West Bank remains occupied and the Gaza Strip is under a tight Israeli blockade. On the other hand, we may have just se...

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  • Special Olympics torch relay on Friday
Special Olympics torch relay on Friday

The run's local leg, for Northern Virginia Region 6, began at 7:30 a.m.in front of the Old Court House Civil War Museum on the Loudoun Street Mall, with Lt. Special T-shirts will be on sale for $20. Last year's Racine Torch Run saw 80 local participants and 50 supporters. Tuesday, they made it from Martinsville to Danville where we caught up ...

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  • Turnbull wants changes to parole after shootout
Turnbull wants changes to parole after shootout

He said the issue of parole would be a "high priority" at this Friday's Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting. To read this article in one of Houston's most-spoken languages, click on the button below. The Turnbull government will this week push for toughened and nationally consistent parole laws after concerns were raised about how Yacqub Kh...

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