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The fleet said the USS Dewey, medical assistance and two Navy tugs were being dispatched as quickly as possible and that Naval aircraft were being readied to help. It said another injured person was being evacuated but gave no further details on the crew's injuries. The official said emergency procedures have been put in place and the ship is not in danger of sinking at this time .
  • Community remembers Pulse Nightclub victims one year later

    Community remembers Pulse Nightclub victims one year later

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    Forty-nine people died and dozens were injured when a lone gunman who claimed allegiance to the so-called Islamic State opened fire in the gay nightclub. She plans to build a memorial at the site of the nightclub, which has been closed since the tragedy. Gov. Rick Scott ordered USA flags around Florida to be flown at half-staff and a giant rainbow flag would be unveiled at the Orange County government building.
  • Former UK PM Major 'wary' about planned deal with N.Irish party

    Former UK PM Major 'wary' about planned deal with N.Irish party

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    The London Fire Brigade said fire crews would be tackling the fire for at least the next 24 hours. Following a botched gamble on a snap election , Ms May's Conservative Party resumed talks on Wednesday with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) on securing the support of its 10 members of parliament to pass legislation.
  • People Confirmed Dead in Grenfell Tower Fire With 70 Still Unaccounted For

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    Metropolitan Police Commander Stuart Cundy refused to comment on speculation that the eventual death toll would reach triple figures, telling reporters, "I really hope it isn't". More than 70 people are believed to be unaccounted for since the blaze, which police fear was so devastating that some victims may never be identified.
  • 'May must go': Hundreds chant outside Downing Street after Grenfell Tower fire

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    Of the 17 victims found by emergency services so far, six were outside the tower, while it has not yet been deemed safe enough to recover the 11 bodies found inside. The cause of the fire has not yet been determined , though some have mentioned the explosion of an appliance could be the cause. - How did the fire spread so fast? While members of her party have suggested security issues contributed to her lack of engagement with the public, residents seemed unwilling to accept the explanation.
  • Ignatius: Trump should ignore friends and leave Mueller in place

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    Rosenstein told lawmakers that he had not seen good cause to fire the special counsel . Schiff told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" on Tuesday that "I don't think the Congress would sit still and allow the president to pick his own investigator". As the Washington Post reported Wednesday, that special counsel investigation has since expanded to include whether Trump committed obstruction of justice by ousting the former FBI director.
  • Trump Confirms He's Under Investigation Over Comey Firing

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    Carson's comments come as speculation mounts that Trump could attempt to fire Mueller , along with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein , who appointed Mueller to lead the Russian Federation investigation last month. ABC said Rosenstein told Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand that she would have to assume those responsibilities if he disqualified himself from the investigation .
  • Korea denounces new United Nations sanctions imposed over missile launch

    Korea denounces new United Nations sanctions imposed over missile launch

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    Fomin spoke at the Shangri-La Dialogue, an worldwide security conference in Singapore attended by defense ministers and experts from 39 countries, including US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. A French amphibious assault carrier visited Japan in April after sailing through the South China Sea. Calling North Korea's nuclear ambitions a "threat to us all", Mattis asked the global community to come together on the issue.
  • Iran Says US Senate's Proposed Sanctions On Missiles Violate Nuclear Deal

    Iran Says US Senate's Proposed Sanctions On Missiles Violate Nuclear Deal

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    Senators Rand Paul and Bernie Sanders were the only two "no" votes. However, the Senate bill also contains provisions cementing into law existing sanctions on Russian Federation - a move the administration has cautioned against. Tehran "will take reciprocal and adequate measures to guarantee its national interests", foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghassemi said, quoted by ISNA news agency.
  • London fire: Tower victims 'may never be identified'

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    Officials on Friday increased the death toll from 17 to 30, with numerous missing still unaccounted for. At least 30 people have been confirmed killed and dozens more are feared dead in the London tower block fire , police said yesterday, as firefighters continued searching for bodies amid outrage over the use of cladding blamed for spreading the flames.