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Several injured in London after reports of vehicle ramming pedestrians

London Ambulance Service tweeted that it was also sending emergency crews to the scene. Monday's incident in London follows three Islamist attacks in Britain this year. A van struck several worshippers leaving the Finsbury Park mosque early Monday morning after Ramadan prayers. According to the 2011 Census, half the population in the borough is aged under 25 are from nonwhite ethnic backgrounds. Lire la suite »

Rumours: Manchester United identify back-up option for Alvaro Morata


But the Blues have made a late move for the player. However, Morata has now emerged as a key target for Chelsea , to replace fellow Spain worldwide Diego Costa. The 24-year-old told the Guardian in April: "Various Premier League coaches called to tell me to play for them". "I don't know his character so it is hard to say [whether the comeback could affect him], but I would say is that the pressure is different when you play for Chelsea, rather than Everton". Lire la suite »

Gingrich: Opponents Entangling Trump in 'Legalistic Nightmare'

Gingrich said there's "no evidence" the president ever impeded any Russian Federation investigation and Trump fired the FBI director because "Comey's public behavior was so destructive". Scarborough also slammed Gingrich for pushing such conspiracy theories just one day after an unhinged Bernie Sanders supporter shot five people - including House Majority Whip Steve Scalise - during a baseball practice. Lire la suite »

President Macron's party dominates French parliamentary vote


The Republicans fared better than the Socialists, hanging on to between 126 and 136 seats, down from over 200 in the last parliament, and remain the main opposition party. "He will also face an enormous amount of resistance on the ground from the vested interests of the trade unions which still wield an enormous amount of influence, and could make life very hard for the inexperienced new President and his party". Lire la suite »

Philando Castile death: Fate of police officer now in jury's han

Yanez, 29, has been charged with second-degree manslaughter and two counts of reckless discharge of a firearm in the shooting of 32-year-old Castile on July 6, 2016, in Falcon Heights, Minn. "That wasn't my intention", Yanez said while wiping tears from his eyes, CNN affiliate WCCO reported. As for the other felonies, the jury must decide that Yanez "intentionally" discharged his gun "under circumstances that endangered the safety of another person". Lire la suite »

One dead, 10 injured in London mosque incident

There has been yet another terror attack in London as a van was driven into a group of pedestrians in Finsbury Park late on Sunday night . Local people observe prayers at Finsbury Park where a vehicle struck pedestrians in London Monday, June 19, 2017 . Lire la suite »

Robert Mueller expands special counsel office, hires 13 lawyers

Sekulow said that Trump, in his tweet, was reacting to a story in the Washington Post , which was the first to report Mueller was examining whether Trump had tried to obstruct the probe by firing FBI Director James Comey in May. After that tragic shooting at the congressional baseball practice on Wednesday the president went on television, made a somber, I think, well-received address where he called for unity, said all the - for all of our partisan squabbles we're stronger when we act ... Lire la suite »

Afghanistan To Host International Peace Conference

Ms. Lodhi said the timing of the attacks on Kabul suggests those who carried them out want to sabotage any renewed effort towards a negotiated peace. Ghani's accusation signals the difficulty North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and Afghan forces have in defeating the Taliban and other insurgent groups, which have always been said to enjoy safe haven within Pakistan. Lire la suite »

London vehicle hits pedestrians, police say 'number of casualties'

Finsbury Park Mosque Chairman Mohammed Kozbar tweeted his condolences for the "cowardly attack". British Prime Minister Theresa May has expressed her grief and said her thoughts were with all those injured in the incident. May says police are treating the crash as a potential terrorist attack. The Muslim Council of Britain said the vehicle had hit people as they were leaving Finsbury Park mosque . Lire la suite »

Gautam Gambhir slams Kashmiri separatist for lauding Pakistan


The town is close to the Line of Control (LoC) and has a huge presence of army. In the initial tweet by Farooq, he said, "Fireworks all around, feels like an early Eid here". Meanwhile, fans of the Indian Cricket Team have not been pleased with India's defeat and the locals in Uttar Pradesh's Kanpur and Uttarkhand's Haridwar broke their TV sets and protested after Pakistan's win. Lire la suite »

Majorité absolue à l'assemblée pour le président Macron — Législatives

Le MoDem de François Bayrou s'adjugerait une quarantaine de sièges au sein de cette majorité. Le bilan est clair: il s'agit là d'une victoire écrasante de la part de la majorité. Une dizaine de circonscriptions seront très observées, notamment le sort de Jean-Luc Mélenchon à Marseille, Manuel Valls dans l'Essonne, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem à Villeurbanne, ou encore à Paris Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet. Lire la suite »

Majorité écrasante pour le parti du président Macron

Comme de tradition après un scrutin législatif, Edouard Philippe devrait remettre lundi ou mardi la démission de son gouvernement et en former immédiatement un nouveau, qui ne devrait pas comporter de grands changements. En queue de peloton, le Front national, confronté à la réduction de son électorat entre le premier tour de la présidentielle et celui des législatives, aurait huit députés élus. Lire la suite »

Pakistan Beat India To Win ICC Champions Trophy

Pakistan , made to bat first for the first time in the tournament, racked up a final-record innings of 338-4, founded on a 128-run opening stand between Fakhar Zaman , who earned his maiden one-day worldwide century with 114, and Azhar Ali , whom Fakhar ran out on 59. Lire la suite »

Germany: no punishment for UK, but EU exit good for no one

The agenda of the first round of talks is set to focus on "citizens' rights, the financial settlement, the Northern Irish border and other separation issues, as part of the sequenced approach to the talks", according to the EU Commission. Amid reports that May is set to make a "generous offer" on the rights of European Union citizens remaining in Britain, the source said London had been warned against doing so this week, on the grounds that it could drag up the thorny issue before talks had ... Lire la suite »

Donald Trump tweets anger over Russian Federation probe 'witch-hunt'


But Sekulow said repeatedly Sunday that "the president has not been and is not under investigation". Mueller served as director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation under the Bush and Obama administrations from 2001 to 2013. Sekulow has publicly criticized Comey, whom Trump fired. Schiff also said he believes recent congressional testimony from Comey and Attorney General Jeff Sessions points to signs of possible obstruction by Trump that warrant further investigation. Lire la suite »

Pakistan can upset any team on their day, says Virat Kohli


While there were no answers forthcoming on how a less fancied, less experienced Pakistan team could display better composure than India in the final, captain Virat Kohli admitted his team had been thoroughly outplayed. "Amir bowled brilliantly today but all my bowlers bowled really well". "With the red ball, he was more circumspect and played more traditional Test innings where he waited for the bad ball so I had more success against him". Lire la suite »

US Senate passes Russian sanctions amendment


The Russia amendment include provisions to limit transactions and exports, put into law existing punishments laid out by the Obama administration and condemn the country's interventions in Ukraine and Syria. The measure also would apply terrorism sanctions to the country's Revolutionary Guards and enforce an arms embargo. Russia has repeatedly denied any interference in the United States election and says the "Russian" rhetoric is there as a result of an open battle between the new ... Lire la suite »

Jo Swinson out of Lib Dem leadership contest


A spokesman for Farron denied earlier that there is a coup against the party leader and claimed that he would stay in his role "for as long as he wants to do so". Prior to learning of Mr Farron's resignation, Cardinal Nichols had talked about the need for Catholics, along with people of all faiths, to be able to find their voice in society. Lire la suite »

Amir, Fakhar star as Pakistan rout India for Champions Trophy title


If we look at the data of the past about viewing figures, it is likely that India's battle with Pakistan in the final of the 2017 Champions Trophy may well surpass figures of every ICC match held so far. Gavaskar also believes that India are likely to stick with the same playing XI that they had in the last two matches. I want to thank the people of Pakistan . Lire la suite »

North Korea says US 'mugged' its delegation at New York airport

The spokesman for the DPRK foreign ministry said its delegation was "literally mugged at the John F. Kennedy International Airport by the USA authorities" when it was about to board a flight home after attending a conference at the United Nations headquarters on rights of persons with disabilities. Lire la suite »

Jeremy Corbyn says Diane Abbott is back on the Labour front bench


Ms May has had a disastrous week since the shock election result ended in a hung parliament and tension over a proposed electoral pact with Northern Ireland's DUP. More than half of voters (51%) said they would now vote to remain in the European Union, while 49% would vote to leave the bloc, the poll found. The poll also found that 60 per cent would prefer a coalition to negotiate a Brexit deal, compared to 35 per cent who favoured the current Conservative-led government to lead talks. Lire la suite »