• Check fire safety at all flats in Ireland, says housing chief

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    Corbyn said it was unacceptable for poor people and the homeless to be left looking for somewhere to live while land banking takes place in the area, adding that properties should be "requisitioned if necessary". In a television interview, the Prime Minister said the fire was "absolutely horrifying" and had been a "terrifying experience" for those affected. The Imam called for better checks of high rise across the country and said he would be sending prayers to those affected.
  • After fire, May's government says will act to protect Britons

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    Police do not expect to find any survivors inside the 24-storey concrete tower, which contained 120 apartments. "I also believe that the cladding on the outside of Grenfell Tower is partly to blame". Cundy gave Alhajali's name at the press briefing. The announcement came ahead of a minute's silence to be held at 11am across all Government buildings to remember the people who lost their lives and all those affected by the fire in north Kensington last week.
  • CNN's Jake Tapper Is Confused As Hell During Interview With Trump's Lawyer

    CNN's Jake Tapper Is Confused As Hell During Interview With Trump's Lawyer

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    When Wallace noted that Sekulow had just admitted Trump was under investigation , Sekulow accused the host of trying to "re-phrase" his words - prompting Wallace to say "the tape will speak for itself". " Sekulow went out yesterday for a significant reason", America's Newsroom anchor Bill Hemmer said on Fox News Monday morning, before asking former Gov.
  • White man plows van into crowd by London mosque; 10 injured

    White man plows van into crowd by London mosque; 10 injured

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    Mrs May said police would continue to assess the security needs of mosques and would provide whatever additional resources were needed. He said: 'Officers were in the immediate vicinity as the attack unfolded and responded instantly. A Reuters witness saw at least one person being loaded into an ambulance. Witnesses described hearing the van driver, who was detained by members of the public at the scene, shout: "I'm going to kill Muslims".
  • Russia suspends coordination with US in Syria

    Russia suspends coordination with US in Syria

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    The American f-18 fighter jet launched by a nearby carrier locked on to the Syrian jet after it dropped bombs on u.s. -backed rebel forces fighting ISIS. Ryabkov asks: "What is this, if not an act of aggression?" Thomas also said US forces were in the area but were not directly threatened. An American F18 Super Hornet shot down the plane after it dropped bombs near US -backed forces near Raqqa, Syria .
  • Japan investigates delay in reporting US Navy ship collision

    Japan investigates delay in reporting US Navy ship collision

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    Joseph P. Aucoin, commander of the USA 7th Fleet, said Sunday at a press conference in front of the stricken ship that's now moored in Yokosuka, Japan . The navy and coastguard are conducting separate investigations, but the Japanese side will ask for United States cooperation in its inquiries, a spokesman for Japan's transport safety board told Agence France-Presse.
  • French counter-terrorism unit investigates attack on Notre Dame

    French counter-terrorism unit investigates attack on Notre Dame

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    Collomb said the officer's condition is not serious. The vehicle was tracked to an all-female terrorist cell, allegedly acting on the orders of Syria-based Islamic State jihadists. Collomb said that police found kitchen knives and a hammer on the suspect. France remains in a state of emergency after a series of deadly attacks by jihadis across the country since January 2015.
  • Theresa May condemns latest 'sickening' United Kingdom terror attack

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    Imam Mohammed Mahmoud told reporters Monday that he and "other brothers" were able to prevent onlookers from beating up the suspect and held him until police arrived. Asked if the suspected terrorist attack was being treated as seriously as others, he told BBC News on Monday: "I'm treating it absolutely as seriously as any other attack".
  • Portugal says 1 of its soldiers killed in Mali terror attack

    Portugal says 1 of its soldiers killed in Mali terror attack

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    The security forces said the operations at Le Campement, outside the capital Bamako , are ongoing as witnesses reported the sound of gunfire, the Independent reported. The militants often target Malian forces and peacekeepers, making this the deadliest mission in the world. Anti-terrorism forces from several countries arrived at the scene soon after the attack and surrounded the hotel.