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The remarks reflected Putin's frustration with the investigations into alleged links between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russian Federation. Tens of thousands took to the streets across Russia's 11 times zones on Monday in widespread anti-government protests unseen in years. He was detained outside his home in Moscow before the protest and was sentenced to 30 days in jail for staging an unsanctioned rally.
  • Deliberations continue in trial of Officer Jeronimo Yanez

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    Paulsen reminded the jury of a bullet wound to what would have been Castile's trigger finger - and that there was no corresponding bullet damage nor wounds in the area of Castile's right shorts pocket, where he carried his gun. "He wasn't even close to being sure", he said. Yanez testified Friday that he stopped Castile in the St. Paul suburb of Falcon Heights because he thought Castile looked like one of two men who had robbed a nearby convenience store a few days earlier.
  • London apartment fire death toll rises to 17

    London apartment fire death toll rises to 17

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    That is because the area between the new exterior panel and the existing wall - which is usually filled with insulating material - becomes a potential channel for flames to rise up along the sides of the building, safety experts said. The company that performed the renovation tells the BBC that it followed all fire regulations. At least 40 fire engines responded to the scene, with 200 firefighters involved in a futile effort to contain the blaze.
  • Bernie Sanders's supporter attacks USA lawmakers, dies in shootout

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    Barton said his son, Jack, got under an SUV. Rep. Scalise, a staffer for Republican Rep. Roger Williams from Texas, and two Capitol Police officers protecting Scalise were among those injured when Hodgkinson opened fire. "This could be the first political rhetorical terrorist attack and that has to stop", Rep. Rodney Davis told CNN's Brianna Keilar. ADAM KUSTRA: I have recollections of him being very sick and immobile.
  • Trump under investigation for possible obstruction of justice -Wash Post

    Trump under investigation for possible obstruction of justice -Wash Post

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    An hour later, Trump was back at it, calling the investigation the "single greatest WITCH HUNT in American political history". The news did not go unnoticed by the Commander-in-Chief who - as is style - took to Twitter Thursday morning to blast the report as "phony" and accused investigators of pursing it only because they found "zero proof" of Russia-Trump collusion.
  • Death toll rises to 17 in London tower block fire

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    Cotton said the search operation would be a "very long process". A further 74 people - with 20 in a critical condition - are being treated in nearby hospitals. At least 17 people are now known to have died in the fire and relatives are appealing for help tracing missing relatives. And he suggested residents in high rise blocks like Grenfell should be given masks as a matter of course in case a fire breaks out.
  • US House GOP Whip in critical condition after shooting

    US House GOP Whip in critical condition after shooting

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    Scalise was critically injured and remained in critical condition as of Wednesday afternoon, according to MedStar Washington Hospital Center. "The bullet traveled across his pelvis, fracturing bones, injuring internal organs, and causing severe bleeding", a statement said .
  • Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan ends fast

    Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan ends fast

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    As a result, CM Chouhan went on a " fast for peace' on Saturday". The Chief Minister said his government had already implemented numerous M.S. Swaminathan Committee recommendations. He has also appealed to the farmers to maintain calm and not to be misled by any political criminal elements who are trying to derail the entire situation.
  • Palestinians, Israelis dispute Tillerson on "martyrs' fund"

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    Half an hour later, however, Tillerson repeated his message from Tuesday and said that assurances from the Palestinian leadership on this issue "were given to me during the President's visit to Bethlehem". "It is certainly not acceptable to the American people", Tillerson said. "We reject ending the subsidies to the prisoners and families of martyrs".
  • Syrian refugee studying engineering named as one of first Grenfell fire victims

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    He was trapped there for two hours, and made phonecalls to his friends and family in Syria to say goodbye. Mohammed's family told the BBC that Omar was being treated in King's College Hospital and was improving. "We are heartbroken for his family, who thought he had found safety in the UK". Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton added finding any residents still alive in the charred building would be a "miracle".
  • Number of confirmed victims rises in London tower block fire

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    The fire early Wednesday in the 24-story building in west London's North Kensington district also injured dozens, 18 of them critically, and left an unknown number missing. Zainab Dean and her two-year-old son Jeremiah were in their flat on the 14th floor. "My thoughts are with the victims, their families and all of those who had their homes destroyed", she said.