• Trudeau confirms one Canadian dead in London attack

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    At least 48 people were taken to five hospitals across London, according to the London Ambulance Service . Three men drove a van through a crowd on London Bridge shortly after 10 p.m. The secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain, Harun Khan, also condemned the attack. His final tweet on Saturday night was one of condolence: "Whatever the United States can do to help out in London and the U".
  • Putin: Claims of Russian Interference in Trump Election 'Remind Me of anti-Semitism'

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    Then we talked about some other stuff. A picture of the two men was widely circulated after President Trump appointed Flynn as his adviser, and fueled speculation about Trump's ties to Russian Federation. Flynn, who was already advising the Trump campaign at the time, was paid $45,000 to speak at the event. A widely circulated photo of the dinner shows Flynn and Putin seated next to one other at an event celebrating Russia Today (RT), a Russian television network.
  • Champions Trophy to continue under

    Champions Trophy to continue under "enhanced security" following London attack

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    Unlike the ICC World Cup and the WT20, where Pakistan is yet to register a victory over India , the green brigade has two triumphs against the "Men in Blue" in the Champions Trophy . The line-up with four quicks has already decimated New Zealand and Bangladesh in the warm-up games of the Champions Trophy. This was the second attack that took place in England in the last 20 days, indicating worrisome conditions for the smooth progression of the Champions Trophy.
  • London Attack: Counter-Terror Police Arrest 12 In East London Suburb

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    Three attackers were shot dead at the scene by armed police officers just eight minutes after the first emergency call, and 12 people were arrested on Sunday in Barking, east London, in connection with the attack. "Having visited the officer in hospital shortly after he was admitted for treatment, I was able to hear his account of what happened last night", said BTP chief constable Paul Crowther.
  • UK's Liberal Democrats promise new Brexit vote if elected

    UK's Liberal Democrats promise new Brexit vote if elected

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    The party has ruled out plans to scrap tuition fees, instead planning to restore maintenance grants. A 1p rise in the basic, higher, additional and dividend rates of income tax in the next financial year raising around £6bn per year, which will ringfenced to be spent on NHS, care services and public health.
  • Trump's budget plan, heartless in spots, will be hard sell

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    He continued: " Democrats and Republicans will tell President Trump and his minions to stay at the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue". In all, these demographic headwinds explain about half of the slowdown from the 3 percent growth we've been accustomed to in the postwar period to the 1.9 percent the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office thinks we'll get in the next 10 years.
  • Corbyn's refusal to say he would push nuclear button 'really spine-chilling'

    Corbyn's refusal to say he would push nuclear button 'really spine-chilling'

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    In awkward scenes, Mrs May listened as a partially sighted voter who had waited 18 months for counselling became emotional as she recounted a bad experience with the Work Capability Assessment. Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said while May was no longer certain of increasing her parliamentary majority, she was sceptical about suggestions the Conservatives would lose their current slim majority.
  • Will SoftBank Back the First Japanese Team to Win the America's Cup?

    Will SoftBank Back the First Japanese Team to Win the America's Cup?

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    But they could not repeat the feat against Oracle Team USA and the US crew, with a win over Ben Ainslie's British team, finished top of the qualifier table. Artemis sits fourth, with four points, behind Land Rover BAR with five. However, Sir Ben Ainslie once again prevailed in the battle with Dean Barker as the Land Rover BAR boat came out ahead into the fifth leg, maintaining a slender lead.