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London van attack suspect unknown to security services

London van attack suspect unknown to security services

South Wales Police confirmed that 24 hours before the London attack it had responded to a 101 call following reports of an "insecure van" in the Llanedeyrn area of Cardiff. Screen capture from video showing police arresting Darren Osborne , the suspect in a car-ramming attack at Finsbury Park mosque , June 19, 2017 .



Rep. Tom Garrett condemns North Korea after Otto Warmbier's death

Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson hold a press conference at the State Department in Washington , June 21, 2017. At the Wednesday press conference, he said he understood the public's anger over Warmbier's death , which President Trump called a "disgrace". This suggestion, which the Blue House has since distanced itself from, was raised in an interview on India's WION TV with North Korean ambassador to India Kye Chun Yong on Wednesday.



Macron's party set for a stunning victory in French parliamentary election

Just a year ago , En Marche was a newborn political party. Few MPs were elected outright on Sunday. "For the third time in a row, millions of you have confirmed your support for the President of the republic's policy of renewal, unity and reconquest", Mr Philippe said in a televised statement.


Philippines: Malaysian Financier Believed Killed in Siege

Philippines: Malaysian Financier Believed Killed in Siege

Padilla earlier reported that the rebels have withdrawn from the school after reinforcement troops arrived in Malagakit, but later said troops reported that rebels were still holed up in the low-slung building and that other withdrawing insurgents returned after being blocked by troops nearby.



Queen's Speech promises 'best possible' Brexit deal

The speech announced no fewer than eight bills to implement Brexit, and new legislation aimed at tackling extremist content online after the terror attacks. Many interpreted her choice of headwear as an anti-Brexit statement. "This welcome change in tone needs to be backed by clarity and action now", the Director-General of the Confederation of British Industry lobby group, Carolyn Fairbairn, said .



Ex-detainee believes torture possible in death of Otto Warmbier

Kenneth Bae, the United States citizen detained by North Korea for two years, says he believes it is possible the late Otto Warmbier could have been tortured during his captivity in the communist country. "At least I know China tried!" "You can tell from the outpouring of emotion from the communities that he touched Wyoming, Ohio and the University of Virginia to name just two that the love for Otto went well beyond his immediate family", the statement said.