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Bodies of missing sailors found on stricken Navy destroyer

Bodies of missing sailors found on stricken Navy destroyer

There is some confusion over exactly how many bodies have been recovered: while the US Navy said "a number", Japanese reports said all seven had been found dead. Naval Hospital on the Yokosuka base, the Navy said. Civilian and military investigators tried to figure out how the nighttime collision between two vessels - both with advanced navigation systems - could have occurred.



May admits London fire response 'not good enough'

A catastrophic blaze at a London apartment tower has brought new scrutiny to a long-accepted, counterintuitive rule for people in tall buildings: If the blaze breaks out elsewhere in the structure, don't automatically run for the stairs. He said: "Clearly it's quite unprecedented for 16 very ordinary people, who this time last week were walking their dogs or talking to each other in the streets around here and north Kensington , actually to be in 10 Downing Street talking face-to-face with ...



Senate Votes 98-2 to Impose New Sanctions on Iran, Russia

The White House hasn't weighed in on the legislation but says it's "committed" to the existing Russian sanctions. Yesterday, the U.S. Senate voted 97-2 in favor of an amendment to pending Iran sanctions legislation that will not only codify sanctions on Russian Federation that were imposed by President Obama before he left office, but also imposes new sanctions.



Trump May Be Laying Groundwork to Fire Mueller — WashPost

Mr. Kushner previously volunteered to share with Congress what he knows about Russia-related matters. The president's tweets came two years to the day after Trump first launched his improbable presidential bid by famously descending an escalator in Trump Tower in NY, and while his presidency is embroiled in crisis over the federal investigation led by Mueller into his campaign's ties to Russian Federation.



Sinn Féin to meet Theresa May, warn against DUP deal

The proposed deal would see the DUP back the Conservatives in votes on the Budget and on any confidence motion while other matters would be negotiated on an issue-by-issue basis. "But time is running short and the parties must come together by the June 29th for the return of a strong voice at Stormont and for a brighter future for everyone in Northern Ireland ".