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What's happened here is bad, but it's ironic just a few hours before they had been gathering with members of the Christian and Jewish community in support of the Jo Cox Foundation". - The driver of the van, a 48-year-old man, was held by people at the scene until police could arrest him. Ten people were hurt, all of them Muslims, with eight of them requiring hospital treatment.
  • 79 missing or presumed dead in the Grenfell Tower fire

    79 missing or presumed dead in the Grenfell Tower fire

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    What caused the fire to break out remains unclear, but authorities indicated Friday they don't believe it was intentional. Following his announcement, a minute's silence was held across Britain to remember the victims of the fire, which ripped through the 24-storey London tower last week.
  • BJP fielding Dalit in prez polls for votebank politics, says Uddhav

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    He said the Office of the President of India is above political considerations and BJD wants to keep it above politics. Atrocities on Dalits in Saharanpur were a clear example of this. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal who played "guest" to the victims' families, inquiring about their health and the incident, later hit out at the Anandiben Patel-led Gujarat government, accusing it of anti-Dalit propaganda and alleging that the incident had the consent of the State administration.
  • Davidson: SNP must scrap plans for second indyref

    Davidson: SNP must scrap plans for second indyref

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    Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Friday that Britain must stay in the European single market as it leaves the EU, following the election which saw Prime Minister Theresa May lose her majority. Asked to explain what she meant by "open Brexit ", she said: "When I am talking about open Brexit, it is about making sure that we increase freedoms rather than increase barriers".
  • Britain says will be 'positive and constructive' in Brexit talks

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    The session ended with a joint press conference in which the negotiators again stressed they were entering the talks positively. May's Conservatives need the support of the Protestant DUP's 10 lawmakers to have a majority in parliament, and some have called for the government to take a cross-party approach to Brexit given May's weakened position following the election .
  • Mexico strikes late for draw against Portugal

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    With four minutes of normal time left to go in Russian Federation, and the score at 1-1, Southampton defender Cedric Soares scored what looked to be the victor for the European champions. Cristiano Ronaldo struck a free kick from 30 yards into the wall in the 21st minute and when the ball was played back into the box, Ronaldo fired a loose ball onto the crossbar with Pepe eventually putting the ball into the net.
  • UK PM May condemns 'sickening' terror attack on Muslims

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    The man detained at the scene of an attack in Finsbury Park , north London , last night has been arrested for attempted murder. "This was an attack on London and all Londoners and we should all stand together against extremists no matter what their cause", said London deputy police commissioner Neil Basu.
  • Boeing launches 737 MAX 10

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    French President Emmanuel Macron officially opened the biennial Paris Air Show, arriving on a Airbus A400M military transport plane. Boeing generated some excitement at the show's opening day when it displayed a new version of the best-selling 737 - the 737 MAX 10 .
  • Trump offers assistance to United Kingdom after London Finsbury Park terror attack

    Trump offers assistance to United Kingdom after London Finsbury Park terror attack

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    Witnesses said that man who died, a grandfather who lived on the nearby Six Acres estate but who has not yet been named, had just suffered a heart attack and was being resuscitated when the van struck. The attack bore numerous same hallmarks as the March 22 Westminster incident in which six people were killed when a vehicle driven by Khalid Masood ploughed through a crowd, many of them tourists.
  • A look at what is ahead now that Brexit talks have started

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    The DUP deal has yet to be finalised despite the Brexit talks starting today and the Queen's Speech, setting out what the government hopes to do in the next two years was rescheduled for Wednesday. He told journalists there was no change to the government's position, that Britain was leaving the single market but seeking a trade deal and a customs agreement.
  • What did Trump change about the Cuba policy?

    What did Trump change about the Cuba policy?

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    Trump will not sever diplomatic ties with Cuba nor shutter the USA embassy that reopened there in 2015. On a positive note, the Cuban government said the two countries had proven over the past two years that they could cooperate and coexist in a civil manner, respecting their respective differences.
  • Special counsel is investigating Jared Kushner's business dealings

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    However, the Post's newest dispatch is the first time that it has been specifically reported that the FBI is investigating Kushner's business practices. The meetings were first reported in March. Ultimately, it would be up to Mueller to decide whether there is enough evidence to recommend pursuing charges on any part of the investigation.