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Belgium probes station bomber fatally shot by soldiers

Created 21 June 2017
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Belgian counter-terrorism police are probing the identity of a suspected suicide bomber shot dead by troops guarding a Brussels railway station after he set off explosives that failed to injure anyone.

London mosque attacker: 'I want to kill all Muslims'

Created 20 June 2017
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When people seized the attacker, he was shouting: 'All Muslims, I want to kill all Muslims.' 

London mosque attacker: 'I want to kill all Muslims'

 

Van rams worshippers leaving London mosque, killing at least one

Created 19 June 2017
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This incident follows a spate of of attacks in Britain. A van ploughed into worshippers leaving a London mosque on Monday, killing at least one person and injuring several in what Britain's largest Muslim organization said was a deliberate act of Islamophobia.

Van rams worshippers leaving London mosque, killing at least one

At least 58 feared dead in London tower fire, PM May admits failings

Created 18 June 2017
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Critics say May's response to the fire had shown a lack of judgment which made her unsuitable to be prime minister.

At least 58 feared dead in London tower fire, PM May admits failings

 

Anger boils over as London fire toll hits 30

Created 18 June 2017
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May was criticized for avoiding locals.  Angry London residents heckled Prime Minister Theresa May and stormed local authority headquarters Friday as they demanded justice for the victims of a tower block fire that left 30 people dead, with dozens more unaccounted for.

Germany denies rift with Canada on G20 climate language

Created 15 June 2017
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The German government denied a media report on Wednesday that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had suggested deleting mentions of the Paris climate pact from the final communique of a major summit to appease U.S. President Donald Trump.

 

Death toll of 12 expected to rise in London tower block fire

Created 15 June 2017
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The death toll in a fire disaster that destroyed a 24-storey block of flats in London was expected to rise on Thursday, with many people still missing and firefighters facing hazardous conditions as they searched the charred carcass.

Tight security and tears at benefit concert for Manchester bomb victims

Created 05 June 2017
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U.S. pop singer Ariana Grande headlined a star-studded benefit concert in Manchester on Sunday that was both joyful and mournful, in aid of victims of the bombing that rocked the city last month, as security fears ran high after attackers in London killed seven people.

 

In shadow of deadly attacks, British election campaign resumes

Created 05 June 2017
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After a militant attack on a nightlife district of London this weekend, British Prime Minister Theresa May will resume campaigning on Monday just three days before a national election which polls show is much tighter than previously predicted.

Three Mile Island, site of 1979 nuclear accident, to close in 2019

Created 31 May 2017
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Pennsylvania's Three Mile Island power plant will close in 2019, forty years after it was the site of the worst nuclear accident in U.S. history, as low natural gas prices make the costs of atomic energy uncompetitive, its owner said on Tuesday.

 

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