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UK leader: Islamic extremism must be contained after attack

The first victim of the attack has been named as Canadian national Christine Archibald , who worked in a homeless shelter until she moved to Europe to be with her fiance. Poor girl. I just saw her bounce up in the air. Security cordons will remain around London Bridge indefinitely. The group has called on its followers to carry out increased terror attacks around the world during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Read More »

ISIS claims London attack after 12 arrests made

This time will be no different. I went 'Oi, oi cowards!' - something like that to them. "This is why Canada, and our allies, must be fully committed to confronting and destroying this terrorist threat". A member of the public received non-critical gunshot wounds during the incident, he said. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said: "The Labour party will be suspending national campaigning until this evening, after consultations with other parties, as a mark of respect for those who have died and ... Read More »

Trump denounces 'horrific attack' on London

Three terrorists were shot dead by officers, after using a vehicle and knives to kill seven innocent people and injure dozens more. . Londoner Richard Angell was out for the night near London Bridge when the attack started Saturday night. Read More »

7 dead and 48 injured after London's third terrorist attack in 2017

Earlier Sunday, Trump had criticized London's mayor after he sought to reassure residents about a stepped-up police presence following the attack, the third in the country in past three months, arguing on Twitter for leaders to "stop being politically correct" and focus on "security for our people". Read More »

Islamic State claims responsibility for London attack

Google said: "We're committed to working in partnership with the government and NGOs to tackle these challenging and complex problems and share the government's commitment to ensuring terrorists do not have a voice online". Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said a Canadian was among the dead. The British PM said that the attackers are copying one another and that the nation cannot pretend that the way things are can continue. Read More »

Police arrest 12 in connection with London terror attack

Islamic State militants had sent out a call on instant messaging service Telegram early on Saturday urging its followers to carry out attacks with trucks, knives and guns against "Crusaders" during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Fielding said it's hard to say whether the London Bridge attack and its aftermath will sway voters. The terror network reportedly claimed a "detachment" of its fighters crashed a rented van into a crowd of people on London Bridge before going on a stabbing ... Read More »

Police arrest 12 over London Bridge attack

Around 10 p.m. London time on Saturday night, a white rental van ran down pedestrians on the London Bridge , according to The Guardian , before then traveling south to Borough Market where attackers left the van to stab several people in the area. Read More »

Kerala assembly to debate new cattle law on June 8


The central government announced the ban last week, claiming it would "stop unregulated animal trade". "This is nothing but an attempt to usurp power from the state governments". There are certain norms that the animal marketing committee has to look into. It also requires cattle trade at animal markets to be only for agricultural purposes. Read More »

(UPDATE) Islamic State claims responsibility for London attack

It's the third attack this year that Islamic State has claimed in Britain, after the bombing in Manchester and a similar attack in the heart of London in March . The attack comes just days before the country's national elections, some of the political parties suspended campaign events out of respect for the victims. Read More »

Putin's dinner with Michael Flynn: I didn't even really talk to him

USA intelligence agencies have concluded that Russian Federation meddled in the presidential election to hurt the bid of Democrat Hillary Clinton . Then we talked about some other stuff And I got up and left. James Comey - who was sacked from his post as FBI director by Trump in May - told a congressional committee in March that the Federal Bureau of Investigation also was investigating "whether there was any coordination" with Trump's campaign. Read More »

General Election 2017 Latest Poll Shows Labour Racing Ahead With Welsh Voters

She also sought to change the narrative from social care to the imminent Brexit negotiations, saying a deal could not be delivered by those "uncertain or unsure" about leaving the EU. The proposals have sparked a fierce backlash - including from some Tory candidates - with rivals parties dubbing it the " dementia tax ". "Let's be clear. Read More »

Venus Williams only looking forward after French Open loss


She also was the runner-up to Williams at Wimbledon in 2015. The last woman representing France to win the country's Grand Slam tournament was Mary Pierce in 2000. The fourth seed continued to remain aggressive by stepping into the court a lot more, and she gained a double break with a devastating forehand victor, landing in the corner of the court to lead 3-0. Read More »

Trump's trade rep brings 'America First' to APEC


Members of the TPP trade deal, which does not include China , agreed on the sidelines of the meeting to pursue it despite Trump's decision to abandon the agreement in favor of bilateral arrangements with Asian countries. China, putting itself forward as a global free trade champion in light of the USA shift, is pushing a free trade agreement to encompass the vast majority of Asian economies. Read More »

Putin says he 'didn't really even talk' to ex-Trump adviser Flynn

Before taping the interview on Friday, Kelly had moderated a panel at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, to which Putin also contributed. In the interview, Putin claimed that "a child" could have hacked the US election and also alleged Russian Federation may have been framed . "Well this just another load of nonsense". Read More »

Trump, after House Panel Subpoenas, Backs Inquiry Into Obama Administration

The latest example came Wednesday afternoon, when Nunes issued three subpoenas targeting documents regarding former Obama administration officials in his own probe of unmasking - without getting sign-offs from the House Democrats. He also this week issued subpoenas to three former Obama administration officials to testify on their any requests they made to unmask US individuals. Read More »

Hillary 'cracks' covfefe: Secret note for Russian Federation


Clinton's allies say her joint fundraising efforts helped improve the DNC's positioning. "I think we're past the time where we should be re-litigating our failures". These are the strongest statements Clinton has made since her election loss and some of the boldest statements of any prominent Democrat since the election. Read More »

Tories in 'chaos' over tax policies, Labour and Lib Dems claim

She repeatedly attacked Labour's "magic money tree" policies. It was then forced into a U-turn after Conservative lawmakers, wary of alienating small businesspeople, protested that it broke the 2015 pledge.Labour said Fallon's comments showed the Conservatives were protecting higher earners at the expense of the less well-off."The mask has finally slipped", John McDonnell, a lawmaker who would be finance minister if Labour win the election , said in a statement. Read More »

Tennis players react to Real Madrid win over Juventus!

One of the first things Navas' counterpart, Gianluigi Buffon, had to do was pick the ball out of his net. Congratulations to Real for the win. "The only criticism I could make is that after the second goal we should have stayed in the game mentally to make sure we still had chances". Read More »

7 dead in London attack

A Reuters photographer saw another raid take place in nearby East Ham. Britain was already on high alert following the recent attack on a concert by USA pop star Ariana Grande in Manchester, northwest England, in which seven children were among the dead. Read More »

12 arrested after night of terror in heart of London

The BBC reported Mr Dowling had surgery for his wounds, which missed his vital organs. Another is that May, who spent Saturday evening at a campaign event in North London with thousands of Hindus - telling them they were "a shining example of how a community can integrate successfully and embrace British values" - might feel there is a specific problem with Muslim integration. Read More »

Djokovic sinks Ramos-Vinolas to reach Paris quarters


Earlier, Rafael Nadal tied Roger Federer's record by reaching the French Open quarterfinals for the 11th time. But he could not turn the tide and Djokovic moves through to a much-anticipated quarter-final clash with sixth seed Dominic Thiem . Read More »

India, France vow to tackle terrorism jointly

An enthusiastic Modi said the French centrist's election had "encouraged the whole world". Macron said India's defense minister will be in Paris next week and the economy minister would be visiting before the end of the month. Mr. Modi invited the French president to visit India. At the initiative of India, Modi and then French President Francois Hollande had jointly launched the International Solar Alliance (ISA) in Paris at the UN Conference of Parties (CoP) on climate change in ... Read More »

India inflict another defeat on arch-rival Pakistan in cricket


India very much looked like a side ready to defend their title in their innings, as Sharma, Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan found the boundary easily and had little trouble figuring out the Pakistan spinners. While Yuvraj was hitting freely, Kohli slowly gained in momentum and hammered his 40th fifty off 58 balls and his first against Pakistan . With India firmly in control, Pakistan were in dire need of a wicket, but they had to wait until the 25th over to get the breakthrough as Dhawan ... Read More »

In Brexit heartlands, May's election gamble could depend on turnout

Sander's praise for Corbyn comes after a recent YouGov poll shows Labour trailing the Conservatives by just 3 points. "The risk of May not having an overall majority has increased significantly based on our data". In contrast, Mr Corbyn's rating has risen by 18 points although he continues to lag well behind the Prime Minister on minus 15%. "I look at the polls and I will personally feel a deep sense of shame if we somehow allow a Jeremy Corbyn-led coalition to take over this ... Read More »

Cristiano Ronaldo in numbers


WALES delivered a spectacular Champions League final and Gareth Bale's Real Madrid delivered a superb display to retain the trophy at the Principality Stadium on Saturday night. "It was not easy". "I'm not going to confirm that I'm going to stay here my whole life, that just doesn't happen. That's impossible to say", he said. Read More »

Canadian 'impacted' by London attack

As they attacked revellers around London Bridge, the attackers wore what looked like suicide vests which turned out to be "hoaxes", police said earlier. Regarding Trump's plug for his contested travel ban - which has been blocked by the courts - Cecillia Wang, deputy legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union, tweeted , "We need to be outraged when the president exploits a bad violent crime to push his discriminatory and illegal policy". Read More »

Ariana Grande holds benefit concert in wake of terror attacks

Lead singer Chris Martin then sang a version of James' Sit Down before moving on to Coldplay hit Fix You as the sun set over the cricket ground. The concert saw Ariana Grande making an emotional return to the stage following the tragic bombing that left 22 people dead at her concert at the Manchester Arena nearly two weeks ago. Read More »

Police fire 50 shots to stop London attack

Trump". Police said the attacks had been declared terrorist incidents. He said the attacks at Manchester Arena and London Bridge had turned Thursday's vote into a "struggle between terrorism and democracy itself". "That's because they used knives and a truck!" The Islamic State terror group has claimed responsibility for the London terror attacks which killed seven and left 21 fighting for their lives. Read More »