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At least 30 people have died in the Grenfell Tower fire, police have revealed. The Guardian reported Friday that cladding used on the high-rise structure was made of the cheaper, more flammable material of two types offered by the manufacturer.
  • Shivraj observes fast to restore 'peace', Congress slams him

    Shivraj observes fast to restore 'peace', Congress slams him

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    Chouhan said his government was pro-farmer and recalled efforts underway to make farming a profitable business in MP. "I began this fast in accordance with "Rashtra dharma" (duty towards the nation) as in the name of farmers' agitation some people created a situation that caused me worry", he said.
  • The internet can hardly handle LeBron James' new haircut

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    But players control player movement more than ever, and they have options to accommodate teams wishing to sign them, if they choose. But even if he was back next season, that wouldn't have an impact on Paul's role with the team. Playing against the 2017 Warriors, he appeared too selfless at various points. "A lot of people passed on him. What we've built here is truly special, it's unique, it's something that you don't want to see end at all", Curry said.
  • Trump is now under investigation. Here's why he should blame himself

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    Comey had accused Trump of firing him to try to undermine the FBI's investigation of a possible collusion between the Trump Campaign and Russian Federation in alleged efforts to influence last year's presidential election . The president has boasted before about job creation, including in April when he said his administration created nearly 600,000 jobs. "I can go around them", the tweet read .
  • Thousands Gather In Tehran To Mourn Victims Of Attacks

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    Iranian investigators are reportedly looking into Iranian Kurds who are associated with ISIS as possible suspects of the attack, The Washington Examiner reported . Mohammad Hossein Zolfaghari, a deputy Interior Minister, told state TV that "law enforcement activities may increase" and added that authorities are "focused on intelligence" gathering.
  • Investigators piece together last movements of baseball practice shooter

    Investigators piece together last movements of baseball practice shooter

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    At least six people, including Scalise, were hospitalized after alleged shooter James Hodgkinson, 66, of Belleville, Illinois , opened fire at the Congressional baseball practice and engaged in a shootout with law enforcement officials. Two Capitol Police officers sustained relatively minor injuries, as did a congressional aide, and they have been released from hospitals. The first said that he "remains in critical condition, but has improved in the last 24 hours".
  • Trump tweet not meant to confirm he is under investigation

    Trump tweet not meant to confirm he is under investigation

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    Even though Trump was told by former FBI Director James Comey earlier this year that he was not personally under investigation, officials tell the Post that changed shortly after Comey's firing . Although the investigation has not yet been confirmed , President Trump sent a tweet on Thursday which more or less affirmed he is being investigated.
  • Trump's Cuba decision gives pause to United States companies doing business there

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    Trump told an audience of Cuban-Americans in Miami that he would tighten some restrictions on travel and trade with Cuba, though he left in place many of Obama's wide-ranging reforms. "Any limitations on travel hurt Cuban small business owners restaurants, shops, taxis that depend on travelers for revenue". "The outcome of last administration's executive action has been only more repression and a move to crush the peaceful democratic movement".
  • Sarah Sanders: Donald Trump Has 'No Intention' of Firing Robert Mueller

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    The option is still on the table, but Ruddy's move takes away the president's element of surprise. "I think he's considering perhaps terminating the special counsel". Today, Attorney General Jeff Sessions will testify in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee's open hearing on Russian Federation, to clarify amid growing criticism of Republicans after Comey´s testimony.