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Van Plows Into Worshipers Leaving London Mosque

In statement , London ambulance services said they had sent a number of emergency help to the scene. London Metropolitan Police's deputy assistant commissioner Neil Basu said the "terrorist attack" began when the van was driven into a man who was already being given first aid by the public on the pavement. Read More »

Some hope California winner of $447M Powerball helps area

Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands. The last Powerball drawing to produce a jackpot victor was on April 1, said California Lottery spokesman Mike Bond. The Powerball jackpot has grown up to $435 million, after more than two months without a victor. The victor has a year to come forward and claim the prize, and can choose to cash in a prize of $279.1 million or to receive the full amount in installments over 29 years. Read More »

Airbus gets 100-plane deal at Paris Air Show

The CEO of Boeing's commercial planes operations, Kevin McAllister , said Monday, June 19, that the 737 Max-10 will offer customers more flexibility and seating space. The 190-230-seat 737 MAX 10 aircraft will boast more seats and a revamped landing gear. Boeing , with its largest competitor, had won less than 200 orders before the introduction of the 737 Max 10. Read More »

Check your Powerball tickets: $1 million victor sold at St. Louis QuikTrip


A Powerball player in St. Louis is the 470th Missouri Lottery-made millionaire, after matching all five white-ball numbers drawn in Saturday's drawing. If no one comes forward to claim the ticket, the money will go to the state School Aid Fund. Other unclaimed prizes about to expire include a $50,000-winning Powerball ticket sold at the Mobil Gas Station in Clinton Township on July 16, 2016. Read More »

Suspect Arrested After Colliding With Pedestrians in London

The suspect, described as a large white man, was arrested by police on suspicion of attempted murder. Witnesses said the suspect was smiling and waving as he brought carnage to Seven Sisters Road, with video posted online showing him give a nonchalant wave as police put him in the back of their vehicle. Read More »

Srinagar resounds with pro-Pakistan slogans as India loses


Beating drums and singing songs, youths burst crackers and raised slogans in favour of Pakistan. "We don't want to read too much into this because support for the Pakistan team has been known even much before separatist violence started here", said a senior police officer who tried to play down the development. Read More »

Death toll in London tower block fire rises to 79


Five people who died in the blaze have been identified and 74 were missing and presumed dead following the devastating blaze in the council-owned Grenfell tower block in west London . "Police teams continue their support to families, and make enquiries to cross check the number of those missing", Cundy said while releasing a footage showing the aftermath of the fire. Read More »

Russia: Hundreds Detained in Opposition-led Protest


Navalny was picked up by police as he left his Moscow apartment. OVD-Info said more than 700 people were taken into custody in Moscow and more than 500 detained in St Petersburg, while state media put the number detained in Moscow at 200. Read More »

Police Investigating London Van Attack As Possible Terrorism

Witnesses at London's Finsbury Park mosque say a white man who crashed a van into a crowd of pedestrians on Monday, deliberately targeted Muslims. Prime Minister Theresa May said she would chair an emergency security Cabinet session Monday. He complained that the "mainstream media" was unwilling to call the attack a terrorist incident for many hours. Read More »

Sturgeon: "Election is important for the Borders, and Scotland as a whole"

Nicola Sturgeon said independence is not a "magic solution" to Scotland's problems as she was questioned over her government's record. She added: "I think many people south of the border would be appalled at how Scottish Labour is behaving where they seem to be more determined to somehow stop the SNP than they are to stop the Tories, which I think would be inexplicable to most people in the Labour Party south of the border". Read More »

One killed as van driven through crowd outside London mosque


Asked if the suspected terrorist attack was being treated as seriously as others, he told BBC News on Monday: "I'm treating it absolutely as seriously as any other attack". British security officials, speaking on condition of anonymity in line with official policy, said hate crimes directed at Muslims have increased almost five-fold in the wake of several attacks in Britain. Read More »

Hamas rejects Islamic State's claim of killing of Israeli officer

Police said the three were killed . In its statement, Daesh said the attack was "revenge for the religion of Allah and the sanctities of the violated Muslims". Following the attack, the Israeli army raided Deir Abu Mashal , the village near Ramallah the three perpetrators hailed from, sealing off its entrances and mapping out the homes of the three for demolition. Read More »

UK PM May condemns 'sickening' terror attack on Muslims

One man was pronounced dead at the scene. Witnesses said the driver of the vehicle was heard shouting that he wanted to kill Muslims. Ali Habib, a 23-year-old student, said residents are angry that the mosque attack hasn't been portrayed in the same light as other attacks across Britain. Read More »

Paris Air Show takes off

Another focus this year may be Lockheed Martin amid reports last night that the American defence giant is in final talks about a $37 billion deal to sell 440 F-35 fighter jets to a group of 11 nations including the US. GECAS has 170 MAXs on order, the largest of any aircraft leasing company. The A320neo range of jets, created to use less fuel than the original and widely-used A320s, have proven popular and are competing with Boeing's 737 Max series. Read More »

Portugal's government criticized for fire deaths


The crisis, although officially over, forced cutbacks in virtually all areas of government. The authorities believe that a lightning strike ignited parched areas during a heatwave. Secretary of State for the Interior Jorge Gomes said 18 of those burned to death had been trapped in their cars engulfed by flames on the road between Figueiro dos Vinhos and Castanheira de Pera. Read More »

What we know about the London mosque attacker

One man has died and another 10 people have been injured in the attack, which took place just after midnight. "This is being treated as a terrorist attack and the Counter-Terrorism Command is investigating", said Neil Basu, senior national coordinator for terrorism. Read More »

Finsbury Park attack: Man dies as van hits worshippers

But Kacimi said there was no need for the community to panic, because police and government officials have been "very, very supportive". Several worshippers were in the area at the time of incident after attending Ramzan prayers. Footage posted on social media showed people lying on the pavement being given CPR, and a man with dark curly hair being led away by police. Another eyewitness, who only gave his first name Ali, told the ABC he saw people screaming and moaning after the attack. Read More »

United Kingdom state opening of parliament pushed back to June 21

This year's Queen's Speech will take place on Wednesday 21 June, two days later than originally planned as May seeks a deal with the DUP . Leadsom also refused to accept that the decision had been taken to reduce the number of Queen's speech votes the government had to face in the lifetime of the parliament and said it was purely about getting the work of Brexit and social reforms done. Read More »

Donald Trump Attorney Says President Not Under Investigation


Trump is under pressure to reveal whether he has any tape recordings of private conversations with Comey. Sekulow on Sunday also acknowledged that the president was "fully aware that if in fact he took this action, he would see a lengthening" of the amount of time it would take to get through the Russian Federation investigation if James Comey was removed as FBI director, but still made a decision to move forward with firing Comey because he "thought it was in the best interest of the ... Read More »

Lawyer says Donald Trump not under investigation

Trump's tweet was posted more than a day after a Washington Post story reported that "Five people briefed on the interview requests, speaking on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter publicly", confirmed that Special Counsel Robert Mueller , appointed to look into allegations that members of the Trump administration colluded with Russian Federation to interfere with the election, was investigating whether or not Trump had sought to obstruct ... Read More »

Brexit negotiations begin as chief EU, Britain negotiators underline constructive attitude

Nearly a year since Britons voted to leave the European Union, Brexit talks finally began on Monday amid confusion over what exactly the United Kingdom government wants from the divorce. May had promised to take Britain completely out of the bloc's common trading area and slash the number of people coming from the EU. May herself will also have a chance to update the other 27 European Union leaders on her Brexit plans at a summit meeting in Brussels on Thursday. Read More »