• Cladding removed from two Portsmouth tower blocks
Cladding removed from two Portsmouth tower blocks

The BBC reports that anyone with a "white Hotpoint fridge-freezer model number FF175BP or graphite fridge freezer model number FF175BG " should register their appliance so that they are kept up to date with all updates. While the death toll remains at 79, Ms McCormack addressed concerns that many more had died and were unaccounted for in official ...

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  • Aamir Khan's Dangal Creates History, Crosses 2000 Crores Worldwide
Aamir Khan's Dangal Creates History, Crosses 2000 Crores Worldwide

Considering the success of Aamir's previous movies in China, it was initially thought that Dangal would do a decent business of around Rs 200-300 crore. Xi expressed his wish that more such films released in China in future. The movie has already beaten movies like " Captain America: Civil War ", "xXx: Return Of Xander Cage", "Transformers: Dar...

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  • Trump, Modi call on Pakistan to stem 'terrorist' attacks
Trump, Modi call on Pakistan to stem 'terrorist' attacks

When the delegation-level talks between India and U.S. in the cabinet room at the White House started, PM Modi said, "You are the world's oldest democracy, while we are the world's largest democracy". "The security partnership between the USA and India is incredibly important". They did not take questions. Trump gave Modi a guided tour of his...

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  • US Open 2017: Jordan Spieth 'took an L' with poor third round
US Open 2017: Jordan Spieth 'took an L' with poor third round

Marc Leishman is among a host of US Open players benefiting from the most spectacular big-name collapse at the majors in world rankings history. "It's still Saturday - 36 holes is a very long time in a U.S. "Not every day you enjoy a round of golf with an eight on the card", Casey said. But while Casey was relieved after his gutsy fightback, it w...

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  • Prime Minister to march in Canada's largest Pride parade today
Prime Minister to march in Canada's largest Pride parade today

And not just any old rainbow socks - but Ramadan rainbow socks.to mark the end of the Muslim festival. "We celebrate the multiple layers of identities that make Canada extraordinary and strong and today we celebrate with the entire LGBTQ community", he said .

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  • Narrowed Travel Ban Could Sow Confusion in U.S. and Abroad, Experts Say
Narrowed Travel Ban Could Sow Confusion in U.S. and Abroad, Experts Say

One major difference now is the U.S. Supreme Court is only allowing the ban to take effect in a limited way. Reacting to Monday's ruling, Trump said he felt vindicated by what he called "a clear victory for our national security". Members of the U.S. Supreme Court pose for a group photograph at the Supreme Court building on June 1 in Washington, ...

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  • Pakistan militant punished as India PM visits US
Pakistan militant punished as India PM visits US

Modi thanked President Trump for his warm welcome. He says, "Economically, India is doing very well". Then Trump accused India of seeking to profit from the Paris climate accord as he announced the USA withdrawal from the deal this month - drawing sharp denials from New Delhi .

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  • Obama visits Bali, expected to promote Indonesian tourism
Obama visits Bali, expected to promote Indonesian tourism

Mr Barack Obama kicked off a 10-day family holiday in Indonesia that will include Bali and Jakarta, the city where he spent part of his childhood, officials said yesterday. The statue of "Little Barry"-as Obama was known to his Indonesian school friends- depicts the boy Obama dressed in shorts and a T-shirt with a butterfly perched on his hand".

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  • UK leader tries to ease anxiety over Brexit
UK leader tries to ease anxiety over Brexit

The Prime Minister is proposing that those who have lived in the United Kingdom for five years by a specific cut-off date to be given the chance to take up "UK settled status ". "I believe it is a generous offer". There is also a promise to simplify bureaucratic procedures for people applying for settled status in the future.

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  • May strikes $A1.7b deal for DUP support
May strikes $A1.7b deal for DUP support

British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives struck a hotly contested pact with a Christian fundamentalist party yesterday (June 26) that will allow her party to govern after they suffered an electoral disaster. The latest deadline set by the British government for the parties in Northern Ireland to reach an agreement is Thursday. Negot...

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  • Injured as Car Slams into Sallah Crowd in UK
Injured as Car Slams into Sallah Crowd in UK

Northumbria Police said inquiries were ongoing to establish exactly what happened, but it was not believed to be terror-related. Police confirmed that a 42-year-old woman had been arrested and added that they were not pursuing anyone else.

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  • Arnold Schwarzenegger teams with French president to troll Trump on Twitter
Arnold Schwarzenegger teams with French president to troll Trump on Twitter

Not long after that, he launched the Make Our Planet Great Again website, where citizens from all over the world, not just the USA, could submit their name and email address and receive information on coming to France and getting to work on just that goal.

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  • Journalist with French TV dies of wounds from Mosul blast
Journalist with French TV dies of wounds from Mosul blast

The mine explosion also killed French journalist Stephan Villeneuve and Iraqi reporter Bakhtiyar Haddad on June 19. The three of them were working for production company #5 Bis Productions on a programme for the French news programme Envoye Special, aired on public television channel France 2.

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  • No Arrangements for Putin, Trump Meeting
No Arrangements for Putin, Trump Meeting

Trump also said Obama "colluded or obstructed", though it was unclear what specifically the charge was in reference to. Trump's criticism of Obama has increased since The Washington Post published a detailed report about Obama's reluctance to speak publicly about, or retaliate against, Russia's actions after the Central Intelligence ...

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  • Arconic halts sale of Grenfell Tower cladding panels for high rises
Arconic halts sale of Grenfell Tower cladding panels for high rises

The apartments were evacuated after fire inspectors concluded that the buildings were unsafe because of problematic fire doors, gas pipe insulation, and external cladding similar to that blamed for the rapid spread of a fire that engulfed Grenfell Tower on June 14.

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  • Donald Trump Challenges DNC on Servers: 'It's All a Big Dem HOAX!'
Donald Trump Challenges DNC on Servers: 'It's All a Big Dem HOAX!'

The letter said Trump's proposed 2018 budget "would not only devastate the communities we represent, but also numerous communities that supported your candidacy". "Why didn't they stop them?" the president tweeted, shortly following with "... "It's all a big Dem HOAX ", he tweeted. "It's all a big Dem HOAX!" Mr.

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  • Taliban attack kills five Afghan police, injures 15
Taliban attack kills five Afghan police, injures 15

Four other then tried to enter the compound. Two attackers were immediately killed by the Afghan forces while one attacker is absconding. Assadullah Sherzad, spokesman for the ANP in Paktia, told Anadolu Agency a suicide auto bombing close to the main gate of the police headquarters at around 7.00 a.m.

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  • Tremors reboot starring Kevin Bacon gets pilot order at Syfy
Tremors reboot starring Kevin Bacon gets pilot order at Syfy

Are you excited for a proper Tremors reboot? Despite appearing for only the original film, the franchise followed the success for the other four installments without Kevin Bacon . Bacon first announced his interest in reprising his well-known movie role for a TV show. As of now, Bacon is the only actor attached to the said project.

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  • Parts Of President Trump's Travel Ban To Take Effect
Parts Of President Trump's Travel Ban To Take Effect

By the time the court hears arguments in October, the administration has said it expects to have concluded all the measures it laid out to improve the screening system for those entering the US from the six countries. Still, none of this kept the President from celebrating on Monday. Chin says he believes in the president's power to protect natio...

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  • Here are key takeaways from Modi-Trump meeting
Here are key takeaways from Modi-Trump meeting

President Donald Trump said during a joint appearance at the White House with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that the relationship between the countries "has never been stronger". Previous year the United States trade deficit with India neared US$31 billion, according to Reuters . Relations between India and the USA were generally coo...

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