The death toll could rise
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The death toll could rise
Egypt's president has ratified a disputed 2016 agreement under which his country would transfer control of two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia
, Britain's fire-safety crisis expanded substantially Saturday as authorities revealed that 27 high-rise apartment blocks across the country have cladding that failed fire safety tests. London officials scrambled to evacuate four public housing towers after experts found them “not safe for ...
Officials are investigating "attempts to access parliamentary user accounts"
Officials cited safety reasons
, The death toll from twin blasts in the northwestern town of Parachinar climbed to 67 Saturday, bringing the overall death toll from three separate attacks in Pakistan to 85, with several others in critical condition, officials said. Shahid Khan, a government official in Parachinar, confirmed the ...
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More than 120 people were buried by a landslide that caused huge rocks and a mass of earth to come crashing into their homes in a mountain village in southwestern China early Saturday, officials said
A suicide bomber blew himself up near the Grand Mosque in Mecca as police disrupted a plot to target the holiest site in Islam just as the fasting month of Ramadan ends, Saudi security forces said Saturday.
Repairs are expected to take two to four weeks
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In 1997, Fareed Zakaria wrote an important article for Foreign Affairs detailing the rise of “illiberal democracy” around the world. He contrasted the term with “liberal democracy,” which he described as “marked not only by free and fair elections, but also by the rule ...
The leveling of the historic mosque is emblematic of the painful reality of the battle for Mosul
Turkish media reports say five people — three of them children — were electrocuted at a water park pool in northwest Turkey and have died
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In the days since the fire, Grenfell Tower has been held up as a tragic symbol of the social ills facing Britain
The blaze was touched off by a refrigerator fire
North Korea on Friday called itself the "biggest victim" in the death of an American student who was detained for more than a year and died days after being released in a coma
A toilet charity is leading an effort to rename a tiny north Indian village after President Donald Trump
The owner of the house Adolf Hitler was born is disputing the right of the Austrian government to seize the property
His family and others have blamed North Korea for his condition
Oslo has contributed $1.1 billion to Brazil's Amazon fund since 2008
The government wants to "create a cleaner cyberspace"
Some people remain in critical condition
The two world leaders will hold their first face to face meeting at the White House on June 26
Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain cut ties to Qatar this month over allegations the country funds terrorism
U.S. officials believe the test could be part of a long-range missile program
Britain's Prime Minister said the fate of E.U. citizens will be a top priority in Brexit negotiations
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, A French prosecutor says a man who was killed when he drove a car packed with arms and explosives into a police convoy had pledged allegiance to the leader of ISIS. Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins said Thursday the attacker had a huge cache of weapons both at home and in the vehicle used…
, Tests so far have found that at least seven high-rise apartment buildings in England have combustible external panels like the ones believed to have contributed to a fire that killed 79 people in London, Prime Minister Theresa May's office said Thursday. Downing Street said 600 buildings in the ...
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, Some 600 buildings in England could have been fitted with flammable external panels like the ones believed to have contributed to a fire that killed at least 79 people in a west London apartment building, Prime Minister Theresa May's Downing Street office said. Government facilities testing ...
, The head of the Church of England has said that the institution “colluded” with and helped to hide the long-term sexual abuse of young men by one of its former bishops. Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, made the statement Thursday as the church published a review of how it ...
, Prince Philip was discharged Thursday from a London hospital after he was treated for an infection, Buckingham Palace said. Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, was admitted to the King Edward VII Hospital on Tuesday as a precautionary measure after he fell ill with an infection related to ...
, The governor of Afghanistan's southern Helmand province has raised the death toll in the suicide car bombing outside a bank there to 29, saying most of those killed in the explosion were civilians. Hayatullah Hayat, the provincial governor, says the attack on Thursday outside the Kabul Bank in the ...
Khadija Saye, a 24-year-old artist, died in the London high-rise fire
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A Canadian woman at a walk-in clinic on Sunday demanded that her son be treated by a “white doctor,” launching into a rant that was captured on video as others in the waiting room accused her of being “extremely rude and racist.” “Can I see a doctor please that's white, ...
Fighters detonated explosives inside the mosque and minaret
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The palace says it's a precautionary measure and he is in good spirits
Up to 20 million dogs and four million cats are killed annually in China for human consumption
The militants used human shields as they engaged in gun battle with government troops
The Trump Administration begins an intensive round of Middle East peacemaking with the arrival in Jerusalem this week of President Trump's personal envoys Jason Greenblatt and Jared Kushner, the first of what the White House says will be “many visits” as they pursue Trump's ...