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London terror attack: Six dead; 48 injured; three suspects killed

Six people have been confirmed dead after three attackers drove a van into pedestrians at high speed on London Bridge before stabbing multiple victims at nearby Borough Market . BBC1's flagship Sunday morning politics show was also taken off air, for rolling news coverage of the attack, but ITV's Peston On Sunday show is going ahead as planned.


36 bodies found in Manila casino after shooting attack by lone gunman

36 bodies found in Manila casino after shooting attack by lone gunman

The taxi driver who dropped the man off at the casino said the man spoke Tagalog and was alone, said Manila police chief Oscar Albayalde. An IS-linked Filipino said earlier on social media that "lone wolf soldiers" from the group were behind the attack, but police noted the man did not shoot anyone he encountered.


London Mayor: Some injured in attack are in critical condition

London Mayor: Some injured in attack are in critical condition

The London ambulance service said at least 20 people had been taken to six hospitals across the city. London's Metropolitan Police Counter Terrorism Command is leading the investigation. The incident bore similarities to a March attack on Westminster Bridge, west of London Bridge , in which a man killed five people after driving into a crowd of pedestrians before stabbing a police officer in the grounds of parliament.



Senate to hear from Comey; Dems raise new Sessions questions

The U.S. House intelligence committee was expected to issue subpoenas on Wednesday to President Donald Trump's former national security adviser and his personal lawyer in connection with its probe of Russian meddling in the U.S. But later in the day, the White House showed it was beginning to offload the Russian Federation crisis to Trump's longtime personal attorney, Marc Kasowitz.



Alan Johnson says he may have been wrong to write off Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn has emphasised this - recognising the protest element in the 2016 Brexit vote - and has consequently generally chosen to campaign on domestic issues. At the same time, Mr Corbyn has been able to portray himself as an anti-establishment underdog, proffering populist spending increases, and he has largely avoided major mistakes.