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They drove a hired van into pedestrians on London Bridge before stabbing people in the area around Borough Market . "The Mayor is busy working with the police, emergency services, and the government to coordinate the response to this horrific and cowardly terrorist attack and provide leadership and reassurance to Londoners and visitors to our city", the spokesman said.
  • Ariana Grande returns to Manchester to honour victims

    Ariana Grande returns to Manchester to honour victims

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    Images of the Manchester victims comprised the design on the back of the dress, which formed the shape of a heart, reported Variety . Grande was emotional and teary-eyed throughout the One Love Manchester concert Sunday, which the British Red Cross said it raised more than 10 million ($13 million) for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, created for those affected by the attack at Grande's May 22 show.
  • The President Is Recuperating Fast - Aisha Buhari

    The President Is Recuperating Fast - Aisha Buhari

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    According to a statement by Suleiman Haruna , her spokesperson, Mrs Buhari called on Nigerians to continue to be strong in the face of challenges. On arrival, she conveyed the appreciation of the President to Nigerians over their constant prayers.
  • 'President Trump believes the climate is changing': Ambassador Haley

    'President Trump believes the climate is changing': Ambassador Haley

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    Haley accused the council of "whitewashing brutality" by welcoming countries such as Venezuela and Cuba as members, though she did not mention the inclusion of other alleged rights violators such as Saudi Arabia and Egypt, both US allies. Washington previously shunned the United Nations body for three years under George W. Bush's presidency before rejoining in 2009 under Barack Obama.
  • Philippine lawmakers ask top court to nullify martial law

    Philippine lawmakers ask top court to nullify martial law

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    Lagman said that Calida demeaned his office by calling the petitioners "rabble-rousers" and "psychotics". "Their denial that there is an ongoing rebellion by the combined forces of the Maute group and the Abu Sayyaf, heightened by the participation of foreign jihadists to make Mindanao a caliphate of ISIS, is like saying that the sun does not rise from the east.
  • Buffon vows to take one more shot at winning Champions League

    Buffon vows to take one more shot at winning Champions League

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    Juventus club president Andrea Agnelli said: "I've been informed of the incident and my thoughts go out to those who were injured on what was supposed to be a night of celebration". After a thrilling first 45 minutes the match was perfectly poised at 1-1 but Real took control after the break to silence the vociferous Juventus supporters.
  • Trump's latest tweets could hurt effort to restore travel ban

    Trump's latest tweets could hurt effort to restore travel ban

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    Legal experts say Trump's call for a tougher version of the travel ban could undermine his administration's effort to reinstate the controversial policy, which has been appealed to the Supreme Court. Speedy action was needed precisely to allow the government to develop new vetting procedures for people seeking to enter the US, the lawyers said. Perhaps homeland security can't get the job done because many top positions remain open.
  • Turkey's Erdogan holds talks with leaders on lowering Qatar tension

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    Qatar has provided the most number of jobs for Sri Lankan expatriates after Saudi Arabia in the last two years. Ever since six countries, including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain severed relations with Qatar after accusing the state of supporting terrorism and destabilising the region, residents of Qatar have been stocking up on food, anxious that a diplomatic spat with its neighbours could turn into an economic blockade and lead to shortages.
  • Portland Archbishop 'shocked and deeply saddened' by MAX stabbings

    Portland Archbishop 'shocked and deeply saddened' by MAX stabbings

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    In the probable cause affidavit, prosecutors said video feeds in the back of a patrol vehicle captured Christian saying after his arrest that he had stabbed three people in the neck. Fletcher shoved Christian so hard Christian lost his balance and told him to get off the train, the affidavit said. However, he may not get the chance to, as aggravated murder charges carry a maximum penalty of death.