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Queen Elizabeth and Prince William Comfort Survivors of the Grenfell Tower Disaster


Adding that 24 people were still in the hospital, Cundy said 12 were receiving critical care. "Sadly, it is expected that the total will rise and it is not expected that any survivors will be found", he said. The appeal said: "Mohammed Alhajali undertook a unsafe journey to flee war in Syria, only to meet death here in the United Kingdom, in his own home". Read More »

Affaire Grégory: le couple Jacob nie mais n'a pas d'alibi "confirmé"

Marcel Jacob, oncle maternel de Jean-Marie Villemin (le père de Grégory) et sa femme Jacqueline ont en tout cas été déférés au parquet général de Dijon ce vendredi. Tous deux avaient été placés en garde à vue mercredi par les gendarmes, après leur interpellation dans les Vosges. Placée en garde à vue en même temps qu'eux, la belle-soeur de Jean-Marie Villemin, Ginette Villemin, a, elle, été remise en liberté jeudi en fin d'après-midi. Read More »

Trump announces canceling 'one-sided' US deal with Cuba


The categorisation of types of travel to Cuba reflects the United States government's practice of allowing travel to the island nation for only certain designated reasons . Trump said his actions bypassed the military and the government to help the Cuban people form businesses and pursue much better lives. This puts USA residents under the Treasury Department's scrutiny, as Americans will have to be audited so that the US government is certain their trips are following protocol. Read More »

Officer acquitted in Castile shooting; thousands protest


The shooting attracted national outrage after Castile's girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds , who was sitting next to him in the vehicle, began streaming a video on Facebook Live just after he was shot. Following a four-month investigation of the fatal officer-involved shooting, Ramsey County Attorney John Choi charged Yanez with manslaughter in the death of Castile, and two counts of unsafe discharge of a firearm for the exposure of Reynolds and her daughter to the gunfire. Read More »

Local immigrants, businesses react to Trump's Cuban policies

Nor does Trump plan to reinstate limits that Obama lifted on the amount of the island's coveted rum and cigars that Americans can bring home for personal use. He suggested the US government create a smartphone app that can identify such businesses for USA travelers. " President Trump promised that he would repeal everything Obama had done with Cuba", said Valladares, who was appointed ambassador to the UN Commission on Human Rights by President Ronald Reagan in 1988. Read More »

US accuses Chinese company of transferring NKorean money

The Chinese government said earlier this week that it will take serious action against businesses or individuals that are found to have broken Chinese law by dealing with North Korea . China's foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang denounced the use of unilateral sanctions outside the framework of United Nations Security Council resolutions. Read More »

Rosenstein may need to recuse himself from Russia probe

In a series of tweets on Friday morning the president confirmed that he was being investigated for firing James Comey on May 9th. Rosenstein wrote a memo last month noting concerns about Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation that the White House initially used to justify the removal of the FBI director . Read More »

'March Against Sharia' Event, Counter Protest Planned For Roseville

Police in Seattle and St. Paul , Minnesota, made arrests after fighting broke out during a series of marches across the US on Saturday against Sharia, a strict form of Islamic law, that were confronted by counter-protests. A small group also stood at a nearby George Washington monument, chanting, "America first!" Burns lives in the Kansas City metro and is a member of ACT for America, and he says he isn't taking any chances. Read More »

May visits fire victims in hospital

A larger crowd of people remained outside. Some protesters left the building though others remained inside. Several dozen police , including mounted officers, were in attendance. Fire brigades risked their lives for hours in brutal conditions to save the lives of residents trapped in the inferno at Grenfell Tower. "We were looking for her to say that she is here with the community", Simon McDonald, who grew up in the area, told the Guardian . Read More »

Doctor says Rep. Scalise's vital signs stable

Sava says infection remains a risk, after doctors performed several surgeries to stop bleeding and begin repairing abdominal and bone damage. The bullet entered Scalise's left hip and tore across his pelvis, cracking bones and injuring organs and blood vessels. Read More »

Mario's hat from Super Mario Odyssey makes for a hilarious meme

Super Mario Odyssey won't let you bring Luigi along for the ride, but it will let a second player fling Mario's hat around. The upcoming game comes with a co-op mode that allows players to team up. When the mode is activated, Mario's Cappy hovers above his noggin. "That's was certainly intentional on our part", Nintendo producer Yoshiaki Koizumi said during the livestream. Read More »

Wife of congressional baseball shooting suspect tells of disbelief

She said she was married to James Hodgkinson for almost 30 years but they have not been together since March, when he moved to Washington , D.C. According to the Guardian , when she was asked if she'd like to say something to the victims, Sue Hodgkinson replied, "I don't even know who was shot. Read More »

Speaker Ryan: Mueller Firing Rumors Are 'Not Something to Debate' Here


But at a separate hearing, Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general who appointed Mueller and continues to oversee the investigation, promised lawmakers he would not permit Mueller to be dismissed without legitimate reason. Still, he said: "Bob Mueller did a great job as Federal Bureau of Investigation director". Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Tuesday that Trump called him Monday night because of Gingrich's concerns about the Russian Federation probe. Read More »

Scalise Is Still In Critical Condition, But Doctors Are Optimistic

Injured Capitol Hill Police officer David Bailey throws. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File). " Steve Scalise being the majority whip and having the ear of the President is in a very good position to protect Louisiana's interests". "I would say that when he arrived, he was in critical condition with an imminent risk of death". Richmond talked about their bond Thursday after visiting Scalise and his family at the hospital. Read More »

Mueller Hires 13 Lawyers to Expand Russia Probe


Special Counsel Robert Mueller is investigating President Trump for possible obstruction of justice, five people with knowledge of the situation told The Washington Post . Rhee will likely help guide the investigation through the bureaucracy by using her experience as deputy assistant attorney general. The Hill reports that the new team members are highly qualified. Read More »

United Kingdom finance minister Hammond seeks 'pragmatic' Brexit

May has said Britain will leave both the single market and the customs union. The European Commission said the one-day meeting between its chief negotiator Michel Barnier and Brexit Secretary David Davis will take place "as part of the sequenced approach to the talks" set out by the EU, which require progress to be made on withdrawal arrangements before any talks on trade can begin. Read More »

Trump thrusts US, Cuba back toward hostile relations


Embassy in Havana and "stopping all bilateral engagement", according to an NSC memo that was circulated to senior decisionmakers at key Cabinet agencies in advance of a decision on the policy change. Trump traveled to Miami on Air Force One with two of the architects of the new policy, Sen. But here, the resounding speeches by Trump , Vice President Mike Pence and Florida Senator Marco Rubio struck home. Read More »

Scalise doctor hopes for 'excellent recovery' despite risk

The Louisiana representative is in the ICU, and will require additional surgeries. The assailant had nursed grievances against President Donald Trump and the GOP - and was shot by police and later died. A Washington Metropolitan Police Department report says the officer was manning a traffic checkpoint when the driver failed to obey repeated orders to stop. Read More »

Trump tweets again, in defense of his tweeting

President Donald Trump , not one to shy away from using Twitter , certainly isn't hesitating to tweet his feelings about news reports alleging that he's under federal investigation for obstruction of justice. In an attempt to inoculate the Trump administration from criticism over Comey, many top officials have heralded Rosenstein . Consider new reports that Rosenstein is considering recusing himself from the Russian Federation probe and we may be looking at Trump's most ... Read More »

Israël : une policière poignardée, trois assaillants "neutralisés"

Ils venaient de mener des attaques contre des policiers près de la porte de Damas, en bordure de la vieille-ville de Jérusalem, précisent les forces de sécurité. La police israélienne se tient autour du corps d'un assaillant palestinien, à Jérusalem le 16 juin 2017. La Cisjordanie est un territoire palestinien occupé par l'armée israélienne depuis cinquante ans. Read More »

Rep. Scalise remains in critical condition after surgery

Sava said Scalise will require surgeries soon for abdominal and bone injuries, in addition to the two he has undergone to fix a bone in his leg broken by the bullet. Investigators said they were also combing through a computer, cell phone and camera found in the shooter's white van, which he'd been living out of near the Eugene Simpson Stadium Park in Alexandria, where the congressional teams practiced. Read More »