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Islamic State claims responsibility for London terror attack

A similar attack in March on Westminster bridge, carried out by 52-year-old Briton Khaled Massood, killed four people and injured more than 50. He also publicly supported Mr Khan's "strong leadership" following the atrocity, contrary to the US President who criticised Mr Khan for telling Londoners there was "no reason to be alarmed".



Arab neighbours cut ties with Qatar over Islamist links

Yemen's internationally recognised government also cut ties with Qatar, accusing it of working with its enemies in the Iran-aligned Houthi movement, state news agency Saba reported . On Monday, the UAE cut ties with Qatar including stopping all flights between the two countries in support of fellow GCC allies including Saudi Arabia.


Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 announced for PS4, Xbox One, and PC

Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 announced for PS4, Xbox One, and PC

So it looks like we're getting Mega Man 7-10 in this collection, which highlights the character's shift between the 32-bit era before his 8-bit comeback in 2008. Other than that, it doesn't look like it'll be adding much to each of the games, which we can presume will be presented with an HD sheen. Flawless if you fancy chasing scores across online leaderboards.


Five nations cut Qatar diplomatic ties

Five nations cut Qatar diplomatic ties

However, the 2014 crisis did not see a land, sea and air blockade. Irudayarajan, senior faculty at the Centre for Development Studies who heads the migration unit, said if these countries ask their nationals in Qatar to return to their countries, the immediate gain would be for South Asia.



California plots to fight 'AWOL' Trump on climate

The White House indicated it would follow the lengthy exit process outlined in the deal. "I can not in good conscience support a deal that punishes the United States ", Trump told a packed audience in the sunny garden as well as those watching on TV.


Oculus founder Palmer Luckey working on border surveillance technology

Oculus founder Palmer Luckey working on border surveillance technology

Now the young entrepreneur is back with a new venture dedicated to developing advanced surveillance technology that could be used to compliment or replace a physical border wall, reports The New York Times . "The secretary had a very brief meeting where he listened to Mr Luckey about using technology on the border and referred him to the Department of Homeland Security", said Heather Swift, spokeswoman for Ryan Zinke.