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In a statement released to media Monday night, Guterres referred to the "displacement" of hundreds of thousands of "Palestinians and Syrians" but focused on what he said was a heavy humanitarian and development burden on "the Palestinian people".
  • Death toll for London fire rises to 79, may change

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    We know that there are still bodies of those who died inside the building and we want to return those people to their families as soon as we possibly can."The work to search the building is challenging, but naturally could never be done quickly enough for those now having to live with the uncertainty of knowing where their loved ones are".
  • UK police: Mosque attack suspect held on terror charges

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    Police arrested a man who was held by members of the public. The police searched his house in Cardiff yesterday. Jeddah - An official source at the Foreign Ministry condemned terrorist attack on worshipers near the Finsbury Park Mosque north of London .
  • BJP parliamentary board to discuss presidential poll options

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party chief Amit Shah will attend the meeting. Two days back, the Union Ministers Rajnath Singh and Venkaiah Naidu had meetings with Congress President Sonia Gandhi, CPI (M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury and other opposition leaders separately as part of BJP's outreach to evolve a consensus on the presidential nominee.
  • Suspect held in mosque attack in London

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    The man who died had already been receiving first aid from a member of the public, police said. It is not clear whether there is any link between his death and the attack . Police said all the casualties were Muslims. A victim of the terror attack near Finsbury Park mosque was left with a fractured skull and does not remember what happened, a relative has said.
  • Imam of London Mosque Ramming 'Saves' Attacker from Angry Victims

    Imam of London Mosque Ramming 'Saves' Attacker from Angry Victims

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    The attack, in which a 48-year-old man plowed into a group of people leaving a local mosque, occurred hours after The Great Get Together , a congregation of Christians, Jews, and Muslims across the U.K.in a show of community for MP Jo Cox, who was murdered in 2016 for her support of immigration.
  • 7 still hospitalized after London mosque attack

    7 still hospitalized after London mosque attack

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    Police said he was already receiving first aid when the attack unfolded. He died at the scene, but they say it's not clear if he died from the van attack or something else. A cafe owner who had pinned Osborne to the ground said he's sure the attacker would be dead if the imam hadn't intervened. Residents near Cardiff said they were "shocked" after seeing photographs of their neighbour being arrested in London .
  • Van Strikes Pedestrians Outside Mosque in London

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    A vehicle struck pedestrians near a mosque in north London early Monday morning. Police in London are calling for calm after a driver plowed into a crowd of Muslim worshippers outside a north London mosque. "It's not just robbing a bank, it's an atrocity". It seems the list is never-ending at the moment and I can not recall a time in my life when London had to deal with so many casualties in one month.
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    Protests continue in part of "Father's Day for Philando"

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    Al Franken said that the 32-year-old cafeteria worker "did not deserve to die". Friday's verdict drew an angry reaction from Castile's mother. They spent a lot of time dissecting the "culpable negligence" requirement for conviction, and the last two holdouts eventually agreed Friday on acquittal.