• London fire: baby dropped from 10th floor caught by man on ground

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    Police said they expect the number of fatalities to rise. "Crews have been working in extremely challenging and hard conditions to rescue people and bring this major fire under control", Cotton told reporters. When pressed for an explanation, he said only "my view is the building was engulfed in flames and something has gone drastically wrong". London mayor Sadiq Khan also declared it a "major incident".
  • Huge Blaze In London Apartment Block Claims Lives

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    He said it as his house where the explosion happened. Another neighbour, Zorah Jolly, said her husband woke her at 1.15am and "saw a person jump from the building". Samira Lamrany, who lives in a building adjacent to the west London flats, told news.com.au the woman leaned out the window and dropped the baby.
  • SNP losses mean independence vote 'unlikely' says Scottish Grocers Federation

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    Ruth Wishart in The Guardian agrees with the First Minister's assessment, saying the result was more "generally attributed to the Corbyn factor rather than Scottish leader Kezia Dugdale, who opposed his election ". She reiterated the party's commitment to leaving the EU - vehemently opposed by the SNP - while hinting she may try to move her party away from their "hard Brexit " stance of quitting the European single market.
  • Pakistan violates ceasefire in Rajouri, Poonch districts

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    It resulted in martyrdom of 70-year-old Shabbir Khan in Polas village, Azad Kashmir, it read. At least two citizens i.e. Waqar Younas (18) and Asad Ali (19) were martyred in the shelling. He hailed Kashmiris on both sides of the LoC for their determination against Indian brutalities and reiterated that Pakistan shall continue its support for right of self-determination to Kashmiris in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
  • Trump saddened by shooting at congressional game

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    Scalise's office said the 51-year-old congressman was in stable condition at MedStar Washington Hospital Center. "While I am fine, I am praying for my colleagues, Majority Whip Scalise , police, and staff", Costello said. Police also say this situation is now stable and under control. In a statement, the Capitol Police say, "Out of an abundance of caution, the USCP has deployed a robust police presence throughout the Capitol Complex".
  • MI congressmen at baseball field during shooting

    MI congressmen at baseball field during shooting

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    He is a member of the GOP charity baseball team. Three Republican members of Michigan's congressional delegation were among lawmakers who were practicing baseball when a gunman opened fire at the field in suburban Washington. They're the heroes here. Please keep those injured in your prayers. We're all human. We're more the same than not. Bishop says he was at home plate when the gunman approached with a rifle.
  • Once Again, Senators Try to Cut Off Kamala Harris

    Once Again, Senators Try to Cut Off Kamala Harris

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    That led to a series of frustrated and sometimes tense exchanges with critics of President Donald Trump on the panel, NBC News reported . As Sessions chuckled at the commotion, Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.) said he would run his own committee but instructed Harris to allow Sessions to answer.
  • Kane at the double but England are just outclassed

    Kane at the double but England are just outclassed

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    Dele Alli was brought down by Raphael Varane and after consultation with the video assistant, England were awarded the penalty and Varane was sent off. There's no doubting we should be in for an entertaining game. Some may question whether Heaton could have pushed the efforts into safer territory, but his luck was out as England's defence neither shielded him nor reacted quickly enough in either situation.