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Who is the suspect in the Finsbury Park mosque attack?

The man is being held on terror offences and suspicion of attempted murder, according to police. Christine Osborne, 72, said that she had not seen her 47-year-old son Darren in one month and described him as being a "complex" person. Khadijeh Sherizi, who converted to Islam in 2003, said Osborne was usually polite and her children, who are Muslims, would play with his children most days. Read More »

Trump decries 'witch hunt' as his lawyer insists there is no probe

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But Jay Sekulow, who is part of Trump's legal team, said Trump was in fact writing about reports of an investigation, not an actual probe. "The president's response was as it related to the Washington Post report". Trump said in another tweet. Carson, who ran for president last year before dropping out and throwing his support behind now President Donald Trump , told Fox News Radio the year-long investigation into whether Trump and/or people close to him had improper ties to Russian ... Read More »

Coroner to investigate Otto Warmbier's death

One Trump administration official said bluntly they didn't know what Trump was referencing when asked what the tweet meant. "What happened to Otto is a disgrace". The coroner's office in Cincinnati is investigating Warmbier's death. Sen. Al FrankenAl FrankenFranken: Trump might be "gullible" on China Franken: Impeaching Trump could lead to "zealot" Pence Franken accuses Trump of flip-flopping on House healthcare bill MORE (D-Minn.) said on Tuesday that President Trump might have been ... Read More »

West Brom in talks with Southampton over £12m deal for Jay Rodriguez

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The Saints are asking for £12million for Rodriguez, who is only just getting back on his feet after a serious knee injury, and West Brom are happy to meet their demands. West Brom secured a top-half finish in 2016-17 but need more strength in depth, with Pulis vocal in his desire for the Hawthorns club owners to come to the table with transfer funds. Read More »

John McCain: Americans 'stupid' to still want to travel to North Korea

North Korean officials said Warmbier had contracted botulism , taken a sleeping pill, and fallen into a coma - an explanation his parents rejected. Another cautioned against reading too much into the message, arguing that there was no meeting earlier in the day that could have spurred the comment or that that tweet foretold some sort of unilateral action against North Korea. Read More »

Emirates wants US, European monitors for any Qatar deal

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He will remain engaged, Nauert said, but wants results. On June 5, Bahrain, the Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt cut diplomatic ties with Qatar , accusing the country of supporting terrorism and destabilizing the region. Qatar denies the accusations. The first US official said the dispute is driven more by economic rivalries, historical tensions and the personal dynamics of Gulf leaders than by the specific demands the Saudis and Emiratis are making on Qatar. Read More »

JK: Security forces launch cordon and search op in Sopore

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Two local militants from Zaingeer area are said to be trapped. The area has been cordoned off and the counter-terror operations are in progress. Even last night, militants hurled two grenades and fired on CRPF's 180 battalion camp in Tral town in Pulwama district. Read More »

Prez election: State BJP to reach out to all regional parties

Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad indicated on Tuesday the grand old party was not inclined to support a "hardcore BJP leader" as the presidential candidate and would continue to work on building a consensus on an opposition nominee. "The (support) decision was taken unanimously by party leaders". This is the argument the Congress plans to make at the Opposition parties' meeting on June 22. Read More »

Tropical storm warning extended westward into Texas

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According to the United States' National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Hurricane Centre, Tropical Storm Bret's centre was near latitude 9.4 North, longitude 59.8 West at 500 PM Atlantic Standard Time (AST) (2100 Coordinated Universal Time [UTC]), per an Air Force Hurricane Hunter aircraft. Read More »

Paris police shoot, injure attacker at Notre Dame Cathedral

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Outside the Cathedral, armed police officers were patrolling the esplanade at the time of the attack. Castaner told RTL radio on Wednesday that the attack was an "isolated act". Large numbers of police cars have filled the area on the Ile de Cite island in the River Seine in the center of Paris , according to Fox News and AP. Read More »

Trump Condemns North Korea Treatment of Otto Warmbier

The North Korea Travel Control Act, introduced last month, would have the Treasury Department require a license for any travel related to North Korea by American citizens - and would ban licenses for tourist travel. He told CBS This Morning's Norah O'Donnell that the USA needs to be open to negotiations in order to end North Korea's nuclear program. But it was likely to increase pressure on Beijing ahead of a U.S. Read More »

Trump attorney: There's no investigation of the president, period

After President Trump's senior advisor and son-in-law Jared Kushner was reported to have discussed setting up a secret and secure communications channel with Moscow during a meeting with Russia's ambassador to Washington, his representatives started contacting high-powered criminal lawyers about representing him, according to a report in The New York Times . Read More »

Trump calls US student's death a 'total disgrace'

Senator McCain also slammed North Korea saying , "Let us state the facts plainly: Otto Warmbier , an American citizen, was murdered by the Kim Jong-un regime". According to doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Warmbier suffered a "severe neurological injury" of unknown cause and had described his condition as a state of "unresponsive wakefulness". Read More »

Irish border problem dominates first day of Brexit talks

At a press conference in Brussels, Mr Davis said: "We discussed two aspects of it". The vote came as a profound shock to Brussels against a backdrop of rising anti-EU sentiment, with many - including now US President Donald Trump - predicting the bloc's eventual break-up. Read More »

US President Donald Trump Calls Otto Warmbier's Death A 'Total Disgrace'

Trump called the situation a "disgrace" and is now facing calls for the United States to respond to North Korea for its role in Warmbier's death. He said in an interview on " CBS This Morning " broadcast Tuesday that while it's not known for sure what happened, there can be speculation that North Korea made "unjust and cruel treatments" to Warmbier. Read More »

Russian Fighter Crowds US Reconnaissance Plane Over Baltic Sea

The coalition confirmed that on Sunday, it shot down a Syrian bomber which attacked US-backed fighters attempting to oust Islamic State . On June 18, A US Navy F/A-18E Super Hornet shot down a Syrian SU-22 fighter-bomber after it attacked Syrian Democratic Forces south of the town of Tabqa. Read More »

Myanmar adds search vessels to look for plane

The Burmese President's Office has issued a statement expressing its condolences after a military aircraft carrying 122 persons went missing yesterday and presumably crashed into the Andaman Sea. Officials say that despite this being monsoon season the weather was clear and there was no distress signal from the plane before its disappearance. Relatives of soldiers were on board the plane, with 58 adults and 15 children. Read More »

Spicer hasn't talked Russia meddling with Trump

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White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Tuesday that he expects an announcement "this week" on the possibility of tapes. Spicer was responding to a question about whether there are tapes of the conversations with Comey, whom Trump fired last month, and whether they would be turned over to the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee, which is probing allegations of Russians meddling in the 2016 U.S. Read More »

US student dies after release from NKorea

Tony Kim Like Otto Warmbier , Tony Kim was arrested at Pyongyang International Airport while attempting to leave North Korea. Warmbier, 22, who was convicted for stealing a propaganda poster at a North Korean hotel in January 2016, died Monday at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, his family said . Read More »

Pakistanis rejoice after team hammers India in Champion's Trophy

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Sarfaraz went on to acknowledge the mature response he received from his side, comprised of many fresh recruits, saying, "When superstars play it is easier to guide them during a match because they don't need much guidance; they already know how to cope with high-pressure situations". Read More »

More than 460 earthquakes recorded so far in Yellowstone Park swarm

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The recent earthquakes have been small in size and Stickney points out that you never know when another one may happen. Earthquakes occur frequently in and around Yellowstone. For context, according to Michigan Tech , none of the quakes in this current swarm have been anything more than a "light" natural disaster. Stickney says that the fault goes all the way up to the Flathead and then all the way down to Utah, but Yellowstone National Park is the breeding ground for the quakes. Read More »

This Is How It Is Celebrated Worldwide!

As the entire world awaits International Day of Yoga, the Indian Coast Guard (ICG) will also conduct yoga sessions on June 21 at all of its stations, ships and units across the country. "I appeal everyone to perform yoga as it has power to treat your internal problems in body and will rejuvenate your soul", one of the dabbawalas told. Read More »

US Army shoots Syrian jet: Russia and Iran draw new red lines

If we had clarified a month ago that the airspace in eastern Syria would remain under USA control, we could have leveraged our adversaries' fear of Trump's unpredictability to keep them out. The 48-hour truce that had started there at noon Saturday was supposed to be extended. The official was not authorized to be quoted by name and spoke on condition of anonymity. Read More »