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He has said the address is close to Emory University, where his fiancee attends medical school. Issue One estimates that almost half of the money dumped into the race has been controlled by outsider groups, such as the political action committee behind an attack ad tying Ossoff and Democrats to the Alexandria shooting that left a Republican congressman in critical condition.
  • London fire: New footage shows horror from inside Grenfell Tower

    London fire: New footage shows horror from inside Grenfell Tower

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    In the days after the tragedy occurred, attention has focused on the the panels that were fitted to the outside of the tower in 2011, that have been labelled flammable by German and U.S. Fire safety experts believe that cladding put on the building's exterior during a renovation previous year was less fire retardant, which may have fueled the blaze.
  • Brexit talks begin in Brussels

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    The clock is ticking for Britain's exit from the EU - Article 50 sets out a strict two year timetable, meaning a deal must be agreed by March 2019 - but negotiations have yet to start in earnest. While Barnier insists on the "sequencing" of talks, so that trade negotiations can not start until probably January, finding a way to avoid a "hard" customs border for troubled Northern Ireland may well involve some earlier discussion of the matter.
  • Five missing after Grenfell Tower fire found 'safe and well'

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    Some 19 people remain in four London hospitals, 10 of who are in critical conditions . Cundy explained that one of the reasons identification has been so hard is because dental records are needed from victims who hailed from different countries around the world.
  • Britain, EU kick off Brexit negotiations

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    Davis, a prominent tough-talking figure in the "Leave" campaign, sounded a positive note, saying that while there would "undoubtedly be challenging times ahead" he wanted a good relationship with the EU. The two sides have a huge number of matters to settle and less than two years to negotiate. At the time of the report, the pound is up 0.10% at $1.2796, though we could see an initial swing upon the opening comments from either side of the table, anything vaguely amicable likely to provide ...
  • Supreme Court to hear major political redistricting case

    Supreme Court to hear major political redistricting case

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    Rick Esenberg, head of the conservative Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, which filed a brief asking the court to take the case: WILL president and general counsel, on today's decision: "We are confident the Supreme Court , as it has in the past, will decline to insert the judiciary into political questions on whether or not to make up whatever natural disadvantage these maps may confer".
  • Supreme Court holds up on redrawing WI districts

    Supreme Court holds up on redrawing WI districts

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    Up to one-third of electoral maps in the United States could be affected by the justices' ruling, which is expected in the autumn. "I$3 f a court mistakes a political gerrymander for a racial gerrymander, it illegitimately invades a traditional domain of state authority, usurping the role of a State's elected representatives", Justice Samuel Alito wrote.
  • US student in coma after being freed by North Korea has died

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    Instead, he was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor . He died Monday afternoon surrounded by his family. Warmbier, now 22, remains hospitalized at the UC Medical Center immediately after his arrival late Tuesday aboard a medevac flight following North Korea's decision to release him for what it called humanitarian reasons - and under strong pressure after the Trump administration learned of his condition in a special USA envoy's June 6 meeting in NY with North Korea's ambassador to ...
  • Finsbury Park attack suspect named as Darren Osborne

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    Abubakar said the driver laughed and smiled as officers cuffed him and put him into the back of a police van. Imam Mohammed Mahmoud, who reportedly stopped the suspect from being harmed by a group of angry people, said he and others did their best to calm tensions.
  • Trump's lawyer: Ignore his tweets, the President is not under investigation

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    While it's impossible to tell how effective this paid advertisement by the President is, undoubtedly it is working since the ad has remained up for at least a few days now. Sekulow defending Trump was nothing new. Sekulow added that Trump is "very effective" with his use of social media. Former Republican House Speaker Newt Gingrich , a Trump ally, said the president's tweet seemingly acknowledging that he's under investigation wasn't helpful.
  • Sen. Perdue Predicts Win for Handel in Georgia Race

    Sen. Perdue Predicts Win for Handel in Georgia Race

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    The Georgia election has drawn national interest and has already become the most expensive U.S. House race ever. Ossoff is slightly ahead of Handel in the polls , but if he wins, it will be a "wake-up call", said Perdue. Handel, who's received 45 percent of her money from within the state, has hit Ossoff on the issue - voters in Georgia, she said earlier this month , "are not interested in people from California, Massachusetts and NY buying this seat".
  • Dead, 8 Injured After Van Hits Pedestrians Outside London Mosque

    Dead, 8 Injured After Van Hits Pedestrians Outside London Mosque

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    He added that it had "all the hallmarks" of a terrorist attack . Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said the people at the scene "worked with officers to calmly and quickly get him into our custody". We said: "'we're not going to kill you, why did you do that?' and he wouldn't say anything", continued Alamoudi. Though hours had gone by since the attack , Trump first promoted an appearance by his lawyer on Fox News (that tweet was later deleted) and then he lashed out at Democrats ...
  • Trump's son-in-law may get new legal counsel

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    Should the President be under investigation for firing Comey, however, either now or in the future, the investigation that began focusing on Russian ties to the Trump campaign and November's election could result in a shakeup. "And he's expressing himself in that way". But, more importantly, Trump would be causing a massive political headache for his Republican supporters in Congress.
  • Could The Stand's boss lead the SNP in Westminster?

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    The party made huge gains across Scotland in the 2015 General Election, all but wiping out Labour , the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats north of the border; each party retained only one seat each. The SNP was vehemently demanding a second referendum on Scotland seceding from the United Kingdom in late 2018 or early 2019, once the full final terms of Brexit start to become clear.
  • Gunman who shot US Congressman had a list of lawmakers to kill

    Gunman who shot US Congressman had a list of lawmakers to kill

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    I had no idea this was going to happen and I don't know what to say about it. A gunman opened fire at a Republican baseball practice early Wednesday morning, shooting several attendees. Democrats, of course, can point to Trump's own rhetoric and combativeness for creating an increase in anti-immigrant, racist incidents. And Turner, who is working on a new think tank started by the Vermont senator's wife, added: "We have to decide what kind of language we are going to use in our political ...
  • Police identify Finsbury Park mosque suspect as 47yo Darren Osborne

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    Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed the crash is being investigated as a terrorist attack and said her thoughts were with those who had been hurt in "this awful incident". Police said the suspect has been taken to the hospital for a mental health assessment. According to the Associated Press, a mob surrounded the suspect and witnesses said the crowd began attacking him.
  • One arrest after vehicle hits people outside of London mosque

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    According to eye witness reports , after hitting the crowd the driver got out of the auto and shouted "I want to kill all Muslims!" Several people were injured in north London early on Monday after reports that a vehicle rammed into pedestrians, British police said .
  • Sen. Murphy: Trump's Policy is to 'Do the Opposite'

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    President Donald Trump signs a document after announcing his Cuba policy at the Manuel Artime Theater in the Little Havana neighborhood in Miami , Florida, U.S. Just over one year ago, Obama took the stage at a theater in Havana , with Castro in attendance, to reject that thinking and declare that he meant to "bury the last vestige of the Cold War" and "leave behind the ideological battles of the past".
  • UK PM May condemns 'sickening' terror attack on Muslims

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    After the London Bridge attack , the mayor's office reported a 40 per cent increase in racist incidents in the city and a fivefold increase in the number of anti-Muslim incidents. Other witnesses said the group had nowhere to go when the van "drove up and hit them out of nowhere". "The situation is still unfolding and I urge all Londoners to remain calm and vigilant".
  • Attack on mosque happened after community gathered to remember Jo Cox

    Attack on mosque happened after community gathered to remember Jo Cox

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    But he said he was touched when non-Muslims neighbours spoke to him this morning 'to give support and say they're there for us. Earlier this month, a van veered into pedestrians on London Bridge , setting off vehicle and knife attacks that killed eight people and wounded many others on the bridge and in the nearby Borough Market area.
  • Trump Encourages Voters To Back Handel On Day Before Special Election

    Trump Encourages Voters To Back Handel On Day Before Special Election

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    Few if any people are casting the SC race as a referendum on Trump's presidency; Trump won the district easily in 2016. Democrat Jon Ossoff leads his Republican opponent Karen Handel by just shy of two percentage points the day before a special runoff election in Georgia's 6th congressional district.
  • In Georgia, costliest US House race hits ugly note as election looms

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    The district has about 530,000 registered voters. Voter turnout on April 18 was 44 percent, according to the Georgia Secretary of State. The narrative that emerges from the election will have more important political consequences on Capitol Hill than the outcome of the vote itself.
  • British PM vows to fight terrorism, extremism

    British PM vows to fight terrorism, extremism

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    One person died at the scene although it is not yet clear if this was the result of the attack . "Eight people injured were taken to three separate hospitals; two people were treated at the scene for minor injuries". Prime Minister Theresa May condemned the " sickening " incident, saying Britain's determination to fight "terrorism, extremism and hatred. must be the same, whoever is responsible".
  • Boris Johnson looks for "happy" Brexit resolution

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    But instead she lost her parliamentary majority, putting that hard-line approach and her political future in doubt after the disastrous June 8 election. Earlier, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said that negotiations would be beneficial for both sides. While the European Union is insisting on securing divorce terms first, the U.K.is still pushing for simultaneous discussions on a future relationship to be anchored by a sweeping free-trade accord.
  • Imam praised for saving life of suspect in London mosque attack

    Imam praised for saving life of suspect in London mosque attack

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    The Finsbury Park mosque attack suspect has been named locally as Darren Osborne , a father-of-four who was living in Cardiff. People at the scene shouted at him: "Why did you do that?" - The suspect was not "on the security services'" radar, Home Office Minister of Security Ben Wallace said.
  • British PM Theresa May to meet fire survivors in Downing Street

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    The displays of anger increased pressure on Theresa May over her response to the disaster. The meeting is unlikely to quell complaints that May has been slow to reach out to fire survivors, despite her announcement of a $6.4 million emergency fund to help displaced families.
  • Britain says will be 'positive and constructive' in Brexit talks

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    Anxious by immigration and loss of sovereignty, Britons voted last June to become the first nation ever to leave the 28-nation EU. The Brussels talks began nearly a year after Britain unexpectedly voted in a referendum to leave the European Union and less than two weeks after Prime Minister Theresa May lost her overall majority in snap elections that raised questions about the stability of the government the European Union faces.
  • Vehicle Hits Multiple Pedestrians in Finsbury Park, London

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    A 47-year-old father of four has been named as the suspect of the attack outside a mosque in London. The Evening Standard newspaper reported that a man armed with a knife jumped out of the vehicle, after which at least one person was stabbed.
  • Banned materials suspected in London fire

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    In fact, the report is so complimentary about the apartment block's safety standards, it suggests it should be used as a model for a number of other tower blocks. Prime Minister Theresa May , already facing severe political problems trying to form a government after losing her majority in Parliament, was heckled when she visited the site on Thursday and criticized for taking too long to meet with survivors, the AP reported.
  • 1 arrested after vehicle strikes pedestrians in London

    1 arrested after vehicle strikes pedestrians in London

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    Searches are being carried out at a residential address, where Mr Osborne is listed as living, in the Cardiff area. "The British Muslim community requires all decent people to stand with us against this evil violence", said the foundation's head, Mr Mohammed Shafiq.
  • Historic Brexit divorce negotiations begin in Brussels

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    From his comments, it appeared that the Brexit talks will largely follow the EU's conditions and will center on the two sides' new relationship only once sufficient progress has been made on the withdrawal issues. Davis said the talks would be carried out in "a positive and constructive tone", with Britain looking to forge a "strong and special partnership for the future".
  • Trump still angry over Russia probe

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    Comey told the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence during his testimony last Thursday that the memos he prepared documenting communications with Trump were not classified. But Rosenstein is not now heading the FBI's probe into the Trump campaign's possible collusion with a Russian campaign that USA intelligence officials have said was seeking to tilt the outcome of the 2016 election in Trump's favor .
  • Palestinian attackers killed after stabbing Israeli officer

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    Furthermore, the soldiers condiscated 40 Palestinian cars, some of them without valid licence plates, and distributed leaflets warning that the military will conduct repeated invasions and searches of homes, and will keep the siege imposed on tghe village.
  • Seattle police shoot, kill woman who reported burglary

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    Seattle Police Detective Mark Jamieson said at a news conference Sunday that Lyles' children had been present at the time of their mother's shooting but were unharmed. Organizations fighting against police brutality of Black people in the United States are raising alarm bells at yet another instance of this recurring kind.
  • Grenfell Tower fire: 79 people presumed dead

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    Police now say 58 people who were in Grenfell Tower on the night of the blaze are missing and presumed dead, including 30 confirmed fatalities. Fire broke out in the 24-storey Grenfell Tower, a social housing block in Kensington , west London , in the early hours of Wednesday, trapping residents inside as it tore through the building with terrifying speed.
  • 58 people confirmed or presumed dead from London tower fire

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    People who are traumatised and grief-stricken, who have lost their homes and all their belongings or who are searching for missing relatives, are looking to the government and various agencies to help them at this awful time. "This is an incredible distressing time for families and they have my commitment that we will do this as quickly as we possibly can", he said. Tottenham MP David Lammy has also called on the Prime Minister and Metropolitan Police to immediately seize all relevant ...
  • UK moves to ease tensions after van attack on London Muslims

    UK moves to ease tensions after van attack on London Muslims

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May said authorities are treating it as a potential terrorist attack, and called it a "terrible incident". "Our prayers are with the victims". The agency says the operation checked more than 22,193 people and 6,056 vehicles at more than 2,900 locations in industries including transportation, agriculture, maritime, food processing and catering.
  • Tamim in ICC Champions Trophy team

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    India, strong favourites to retain the title, were outplayed in every aspect of the game by a revitalised Pakistan side who they crushed in the group stage of the tournament two weeks ago. India captain Virat Kohli could do little more than praise an opponent who did everything right on the day, reported the ICC . "The only predictable thing about Pakistan cricket is that they are unpredictable", said the former wicketkeeper-batsman, adding the win was a "positive story" for cricket.
  • What we know: London death treated as terrorism

    What we know: London death treated as terrorism

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    He was pronounced dead at the scene at 1:04am. A man died and ten people were injured after a van was rammed into a crowd of worshipers near a mosque in north London , in what police are treating as a terrorist attack. While saying that the investigation was on, she said, "We will stop at nothing". "It is home to a multitude of communities that together make London one of the greatest cities on Earth - diverse, welcoming, vibrant, compassionate, confident and determined never to give ...