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Police release first images of 'indescribable' horror from inside burned-out Grenfell Tower


Members of the emergency services join people in a minute's silence for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire near the site of the blaze in North Kensington, London , on Monday. Cundy added that authorities are investigating whether any crimes had been committed in the fire. She added: "There are people in there, obviously, who have been subject to a very intense fire, and that will make some of the identification very hard, which is why it's even more important that we make sure we do ... Read More »

Typically Trump-Friendly 'Fox and Friends' Questions President's Twitter Habits

On Sunday, Fox News host Chris Wallace hoped to get to the bottom of President Trump's latest claims regarding the Russian collusion investigation led by Robert Mueller. Kilmeade said. "You're his lawyer". "The president has not been notified by anyone that he's under investigation", Sekulow answered. Sekulow said that Trump's successful use of social media will be "studied" decades from now. Read More »

One dead, 10 injured after driver plows into crowd outside London mosque

Police said they arrested a 48-year-old man at the scene on suspicion of attempted murder and that no other suspects had been identified. London has seen several deadly terrorist attacks in recent months. "I offer my condolences to the family and friends of the man who has died, and our thoughts are with the people who have been injured , their family and friends". Read More »

London fire: 79 feared dead in Grenfell Tower inferno


Metropolitan Police Service Commander Stuart Cundy said on Saturday that authorities have formally identified one of the victims who died in the June 14 blaze as 23-year-old Mohammad Alhajali, a resident of the apartment building in the West London neighborhood of North Kensington. Read More »

CNN files lawsuit seeking Comey's Trump memos

On three occasions, Comey said he was not. If the report is true and if it is confirmed that Trump obstructed justice by trying to get former Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey, and perhaps others, to end the Russian Federation probe, that could lead to the President's impeachment by Congress, something that many Democratic lawmakers say they would pursue if circumstances warrant. Read More »

Police treating mosque assault as 'terror attack' in north London

The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said extra police had been deployed to reassure communities, especially those observing Ramadan, describing the attack as "an assault on all our shared values of tolerance, freedom and respect". The incident reportedly took place outside of the Finsbury Park Mosque, as members of the mosque were gathered outside. "It is too early to state if his death was as a result of the attack". Read More »

London Underground sign goes viral after mosque attack


The group were helping an elderly man who had collapsed on the pavement when a white van came down the street, mounted the pavement and drove into them. Eight people were killed and many wounded on the bridge and in the nearby Borough Market area. He has also spoken to London Mayor Sadiq Khan and said it was important to make sure the response was "sufficient and co-ordinated" and to provide "reassurance" to the community. Read More »

Iraqi forces launch assault on Mosul Old City, says army

The United Nations say around 100,000 civilians are trapped in the ancient city centre. Notwithstanding a chronic lack of co-operation between myriad anti-Isis forces, the caliphate promulgated by the Isis leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi from a mosque in Mosul in 2014, is close to collapse. Read More »

Russia warns US after downing of Syrian jet


Frants Klintsevich, deputy head of the defense committee in Russia's upper house of parliament, said the defense ministry statement does not mean there will be war with the Syria , but rather that Moscow will not accept attacks on its Syrian allies. Read More »

Queen praises a country `resolute in the face of adversity´


The Queen and Prince Philip , who turned 96 last week, kicked things off in a carriage. In 1748, it was decided that the parade would be used to mark the official birthday of the Sovereign. It may take longer than that. "We've worked tirelessly to establish how many people we believe were in Grenfell Tower on the night and at this point in time we are unable to say that they are safe or well", he said. Read More »

USS Fitzgerald sailors killed during collision identified


Japan's coastguard is conducting an investigation into the accident - including interviewing the Japanese-owned container ship's Filipino crew - although the USA has primary jurisdiction in probing accidents involving military personnel. A member of the containership's crew argued it hit the destroyer while navigating in parallel with it, the report said. The Fitzgerald limped into port on Saturday evening, listing around five degrees, a US Navy spokesman said. Read More »

One Dead, Multiple Injured in Attack Near London Mosque

Police said they were called just after 12:20 a.m. (2320 GMT Sunday) to reports of a collision on Seven Sisters Road, which runs through the Finsbury Park area of the city. "There has been far too much tolerance of extremism. including Islamophobia", she said, announcing the creation of a new commission to fight extremism in the same way as racism . Read More »

Grenfell Tower disaster: Death toll rises to 79

The cladding is blamed by experts for spreading the fire quickly along the exterior of the building, making escape impossible for many. Suspicions have grown that flammable materials were used to clad the building and accelerated the spread of the fire. Read More »

British PM vows to fight terrorism, extremism

One man was pronounced dead at the scene and 10 people were injured, with eight of them being taken to the hospital. Two people were treated at the scene. "We must all continue to stand together, resolute, against all those who try to divide us and spread hate and fear". "The leader of the mosque said, 'You do not touch him.' He was sitting and holding him like that, people kept holding him". Read More »

Finsbury Park terror attack: Theresa May condemns 'sickening' assault on Muslims


The firm said in a statement that it was "shocked and saddened" and co-operating with the police . In the wake of the attack , London mayor Sadiq Khan led the calls for calm. A leader of the Muslim Council of Britain called for extra security at mosques in light of the apparent attack. Police say the suspect was quickly and calmly turned over to the police, and no one else was found in the van. Read More »

Trump Fumes Over Russia Investigation in Morning Tweets


Disapproval of the president rose to 51 percent in the new poll , from 50 percent. Many new jobs, high business enthusiasm. Trump advisers and confidants describe the president as increasingly angry over the investigation, yelling at television sets in the White House carrying coverage and insisting he is the target of a conspiracy to discredit - and potentially end - his presidency. Read More »

Don't judge Kohli on one game


After Pakistan clinched their maiden ICC Champions Trophy crown, former skipper Shahid Afridi on Monday rated his side as one of the serious contenders for the 50-over World Cup title, to be played in England and Wales in 2019. "I want to congratulate Pakistan , they had an incredible tournament, the way they turned things around, speak volumes for the talent they have". Mr. Read More »

Qatari man to fly 4000 cows into country to maintain milk supplies

World's richest country by capita, Qatar is forced to fly dairy goods from Turkey for the time being while Iran is supporting Qatar by exporting fruit and vegetables. While commenting on the Gulf crisis, PM Nawaz Sharif had earlier said, "Pakistan will do all it can do to help resolve the crisis". More Arab and Muslim-majority African countries later joined the diplomatic blockade, even as several powers have called for resolving the crisis. Read More »

Somalia: Al-Shabaab militants attack Mogadishu restaurant, take hostages

Somali government security forces regained control of the restaurant at midnight, following a several hour long hostage standoff. Mohamed Hussein says the blast targeted Posh Treats restaurant, which is popular with the city's elite. "The operation ended now, 18 people killed and 19 others injured in this terrorist attack, investigations is going on at moment", he said. Al-Shabab, which translate to "The Youth" in Arabic, is an Al-Qaeda-linked group that has been active since 2006 but has ... Read More »

Finsbury Park attack: 'This is terror on the streets,' says Jeremy Corbyn

He condemned the attack, along with other terror attacks London has seen recently, saying: 'This community is mild mannered and calm , not known for violence'. The mosque, which today operates largely as a community center, rose to global notoriety in the early 2000s, due to its links with Egyptian-born radical cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri. Read More »