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The British Transport Police said one of its officers was seriously injured after being stabbed as he responded to the incident, but his condition was not said to be life-threatening. --London mayor Sadiq Khan condemned the "barbaric" and "horrific" attack as "deliberate and cowardly". "We will never let these cowards win, and we will never be cowed by terrorism".
  • Marcus Mumford added to Manchester benefit concert lineup

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    Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester benefit concert will take place on Sunday and be seen all over the world. Worldwide announced the latest broadcast news on Saturday (03June17) which follows Friday's (02June17) announcement that ABC/Freeform will air the concert in America.
  • WWE Extreme Rules 2017

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    Looking ahead past Extreme Rules , though, what's the next WWE pay-per-view on the schedule? Though we don't yet know who will win, the rumor is that the victor will either be Finn Balor or Seth Rollins. WWE EXTREME RULES QUICK RESULTSReigns vs. Joe vs. Balor vs. Rollins vs. Wyatt Alexa Bliss vs. Bayley Dean Ambrose vs. Ambrose being stripped of his champion's advantage - the ability to retain the title via disqualification - gives Miz a chance to swipe the belt in an underhanded manner.
  • A tearful but defiant Kathy Griffin vows to continue fighting President Trump

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    Bloom deflected a question regarding past comments Griffin admitted to have made about the president's 11-year-old son, Barron Trump , who was reportedly affected by seeing the video . But the focus of the presser was on the "bullying" Griffin has endured from the first family over the photo. "If I could redo the whole thing, I would have had a blow-up doll and no ketchup".
  • Triple Blast at Kabul Funeral Kills at least Six and Injures 87

    Triple Blast at Kabul Funeral Kills at least Six and Injures 87

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    The Ministry of Interior confirmed 6 people were killed and 87 others were wounded in the coordinated explosions targeting the burial ceremony of Mohammad Salim Izadyar. "The Haqqani Network is on the run, as far as we are concerned, in the wake of large-scale counter-terrorism offensives in the North Waziristan elsewhere within Pakistan's tribal region", Aizaz said.
  • Auto hits pedestrians on London Bridge, some said hurt

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    There were soon reports of knife attacks nearby at the Borough Market , a popular food and drink spot. A separate incident in Vauxhall, two miles away, was not related to the other two incidents, police said. "He hit about two people in front of me and then three behind", Jones was quoted as saying. Around 11.40pm a third incident was reported in Vauxhall, just down river from the earlier two attacks.
  • May's lead over Labour nearly halves to 8 points - Panelbase poll

    May's lead over Labour nearly halves to 8 points - Panelbase poll

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party risks falling short of winning an overall majority of seats in parliament in a national election on 8 June , according to research by polling firm YouGov . "The central projection of the model , which allows for a wide margin of error , would be a catastrophic outcome for Theresa May , who called the election when polls pointed to a landslide result", The Times wrote .
  • Republican governor joins coalition to uphold Paris climate agreement

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    Trump on Friday acknowledged his decision was "controversial", but maintained it was "a big service to the American people". "What does the president actually believe on climate change: Does he still believe it's a hoax?" The U.S. " Trump will find himself isolated more and more", she said. He questioned whether global warming is an "existential threat", but did say that "global warming is occurring, that human activity contributes to it, in some manner".
  • Pound falls as analysis projects hung United Kingdom parliament

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    A total of seven polls carried out since the May 22 Manchester attack have shown May's lead over the opposition Labour Party narrowing, with some suggesting she might not win the landslide predicted just a month ago. "A Conservative win has been seen as possibly putting the United Kingdom in a stronger position to negotiate Brexit and could strengthen the pound, particularly if the Tories win a significant majority".