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Instead of wearing hats representing their home teams, as is the normal tradition, this year players on both teams wore Louisiana State University hats in honor of Scalise, a Louisiana Republican, for part of the game. was taken after being. But Scalise still faces multiple surgeries, a prolonged hospital stay and a lengthy recovery, Sava stressed. Steve Scalise, congressional aide Zach Barth and US Capitol Police officer Crystal Griner were also shot in the early morning ambush; Capitol ...
  • North Korea releases imprisoned American student

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    Warmbier was detained in January 2016 and sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in March last year for trying to steal an item with a propaganda slogan, according to North Korean media. The curious timing of Warmbier's return to Cincinnati is nearly as startling as Rodman's continued flirtation with Kim and his Communist regime. The State Department denied any connection between Warmbier's release and Rodman's visit, which the Trump administration said it did not authorise.
  • Bette Midler Shuts It Down During Tonys Acceptance Speech

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    Michael Aronov, a fellow New World graduate, won the Tony Award for best featured actor in a play for his portrayal of a tough, cocky negotiator in " Oslo ", which won for best new play . What we really , really weren't expecting: host Kevin Spacey singing and dancing through the first ten minutes of the ceremony. Another production that was celebrated last night was the revival of Hello Dolly! which starred the phenomenal actress, Bette Midler .
  • Vehicle hits people near London mosque, causing casualties

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    Authorities arrested him in connection with the incident. It was not immediately clear if there was a motive for the incident. British Prime Minister Theresa May described the situation as a "terrible incident", the Guardian said. People gather outside a mosque after a van ploughed through a crowd of worshippers. Around 10% of the borough's population is Muslim. Witnesses say a van drove into a crowd on their way home from a prayer at a mosque near Finsbury Park.
  • Fears of resident in tower block refurbished by Grenfell cladding contractor

    Fears of resident in tower block refurbished by Grenfell cladding contractor

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    After a turbulent three months which has seen three militant attacks and now the tower blaze, Queen Elizabeth said "it is hard to escape a very sombre national mood", in a message on her official birthday. There were angry scenes in the centre of London on Friday evening as protesters stormed one government building and protested loudly in front of another.
  • Everything you need to know about the Grenfell Tower fire protest

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    He said the group had spoken about their "demands and what we expect". The British government on Sunday is scrambling to contain political fallout from the London high-rise inferno that has claimed at least 58 lives. According to the Guardian , local residents became frustrated after May swiftly departed after her visit St Clement's church on Friday, leading to cries of "shame on you" and "coward" from a large crowd that had assembled to hear her speak.
  • London's tower of tragedy

    London's tower of tragedy

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    At least 70 people, including children and entire families, have been reported missing following the fire . The announcement comes as the government is accused of failing to improve fire safety in buildings, like Grenfell Tower , despite warnings.
  • United Kingdom royals honor London tower fire victims as anger boils over

    United Kingdom royals honor London tower fire victims as anger boils over

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    Prime Minister Theresa May has said the support given to survivors and the families of those who died was "not good enough" and there were "huge frustrations" on the ground as people struggled to find information. He says "my heart goes out to those affected". Mr Cundy added: "My commitment to families is that as soon as we can, we will locate and recover their loved ones".
  • UK Police: 58 Missing, Presumed Dead in London Fire

    UK Police: 58 Missing, Presumed Dead in London Fire

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    The fire, which started just before 1:00am on Wednesday, surprised many as they slept and the speed with which it spread shocked fire experts. British Labour MP David Lammy called for arrests to be made over what he labelled " corporate manslaughter ", lambasting Britain's public housing crisis which he says has left towers like Grenfell in appalling condition.
  • UK police: 58 confirmed or presumed dead after London blaze

    UK police: 58 confirmed or presumed dead after London blaze

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    Previously, the Metropolitan Police had confirmed 30 people had been killed in the inferno; the announcement Saturday almost doubles that number. Prime Minister Theresa May and her ministers were scrambling to make up ground following stinging criticism that the government's initial response to the disaster.