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He has more family living on the 23rd floor and an uncle is still missing. Sophia, who is about 500m away from the building, said: "There are lots of people gathered in the street". It was fire up, up, up. "They couldn't get to them. fire kept going and the lights went out", Sky News quoted an eyewitness as saying. "It's the most terrifying thing I've ever seen".
  • Manchester bomber's brother released by police

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    A spokesperson for Greater Manchester Police said they were unable to confirm or deny Abedi's contact with the terror group as it was an ongoing investigation. Tasha Hough shared two more photos of Jaden, adding: "I think she's a little star struck". Isaac Forjani told the BBC it's "not easy" being connected to "22 lost, innocent lives".
  • No longer out of bounds: Trump allies question Mueller investigation

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    A top US Justice Department official today denied rumored plans to sack Robert Mueller , the special counsel running the probe into Russia's election meddling, amid reports President Donald Trump wants him fired. "There's no debate that's going on here", Ryan said after a reporter asked about suggestions from Trump friends Ruddy and Newt Gingrich that Mueller could be axed.
  • Hungary DEFIES European Union as Orban cracks down on foreign-funded NGOs

    Hungary DEFIES European Union as Orban cracks down on foreign-funded NGOs

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    Government-backed billboard and media campaigns have already targeted Soros, while a questionnaire sent to households nationwide pressed support for the registration of foreign-funded NGOs. "Foreign interest groups strive to take advantage of civil organisations". "We would not be democracies without strong and free civil societies", he said in the most recent European Parliament debate on Hungary.
  • South Korea coach Stielike on the brink after Qatar defeat

    South Korea coach Stielike on the brink after Qatar defeat

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    Qatar largely owed their victory to the industry and finishing of Al-Haydos and young forward Akram Afif. Meanwhile, South Korea remains a point ahead of Uzbekistan in the race for the automatic second qualifying spot in the group. They're winless away from home with one draw and three losses. Fossati resigned a few hours after leading his team to a 3-2 win over South Korea, a result that kept the nation's faint hopes of reaching next year's World Cup finals in Russian Federation alive .
  • DC, Maryland attorneys general to file a lawsuit against President Trump

    DC, Maryland attorneys general to file a lawsuit against President Trump

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    Frosh and DC Attorney General Karl Racine - both Democrats - filed the suit in US District Court in Maryland on Monday. Racine and Frosh insisted that the lawsuit wasn't political, with Racine saying they would pursue a similar lawsuit against any future president - he proffered Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg as one possible example - who held onto substantial business ties after taking office.
  • Student released by North Korea now at hospital

    Student released by North Korea now at hospital

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    Warmbier, a student at the University of Virginia, was arrested for removing a political banner from a wall in a North Korean hotel during a visit. THOMPSON: Dierker has known the Warmbier family for years and was heartbroken when she heard the University of Virginia student had been detained while visiting North Korea 18 months ago.
  • AG Sessions Denies Improper Russia Contacts During Senate Hearing

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    Not only did she push him to discuss his role in the firing James Comey despite having recused himself from the Russian Federation investigations - "this Russian Federation thing" being the reason Comey was sacked - Senator Dianne Feinstein also made it clear that Mr Sessions' choice to avoid answering some questions when he could just say no says a lot.
  • Cosby won't testify, defense rests in sex assault trial

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    They asked the judge to repeat two different parts of Cosby's statements to authorities, asked the court to define the phrase "without her knowledge" in one of the charges, and asked to hear repeat testimony from the Canadian detective who interviewed Constand .
  • We are not winning in Afghanistan - US Defense Secretary Mattis

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    Mattis, according to The New York Times , is believed to favour sending several thousands more troops to Afghanistan, but has not taken a final decision in this regard. And two U.S. Army Rangers died in a April 27 raid on an IS compound in eastern Afghanistan. It makes it hard for us to support you when we don't have a strategy.
  • North Korea releases United States student, Tillerson says

    North Korea releases United States student, Tillerson says

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    Fred and Cindy Warmbier said they have been told their son has been in a coma since March 2016, and they had learned of this only one week ago. "We are so grateful that he will finally be with people who love him". FILE - In this January 7, 2014, file photo, a bottle of vodka with handmade illustrations of Rodman with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Rodman's name in Korean sits on the roof of a auto outside a Pyongyang hotel, .