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Terror attacks in London kill several, injure dozens

Terror attacks in London kill several, injure dozens

A witness told CNN two men had entered a restaurant in the Borough Market area near London Bridge and stabbed two people inside. The vehicle continued to drive from London Bridge to Borough Market, and the attackers then left the vehicle and a number of people were stabbed, including an on-duty British Transport Police officer who was responding to the incident at London Bridge .



General leading Philippine battle in Marawi City relieved of command

President Rodrigo Duterte declared martial law across the entire southern region of Mindanao in response to the crisis, which he described as the start of a major campaign by IS to establish a foothold in the Philippines . In a video that surfaced last June, a Syria-based leader of the group urged followers in the region to join Hapilon if they could not travel to the Middle East.



London terror attacks: What we know and don't know

London's Metropolitan Police said they first responded to the bridge at 10:08 p.m. (5:08 p.m. ET). He then confirmed, it is believed that after the bridge attack, a white van carrying the terrorists continued to nearby Borough Market, where they left the vehicle and initiated a stabbing rampage, involving multiple victims.



TPP trade deal moving forward without U.S.

The word "fair" has increasingly entered the US trade lexicon alongside its old mantra of "free" as Mr. Trump seeks to do more to enforce or renegotiate trade agreements in the name of protecting American jobs - particularly in manufacturing.



Trump cuts will hammer Idaho

Democrats charged that Trump's cuts would rip apart the social safety net. The president does not touch the third rail of entitlement programs - Social Security and Medicare - but does cut $ 800 billion from Medicaid over the next 10 years.



Japan holds evacuation drill amid tension from N. Korea

Defence Secretary's comments came shortly after the UN Security Council had expanded targeted sanctions against North Korea in response to a series of missile tests conducted by Pyongyang this year. ambassador to the United Nations , declared in a statement after the vote. Using the official name for North Korea - the DPRK - The spokesman added: "Their foolhardy moves go to clearly prove that the DPRK's step for bolstering the nuclear force for self-defence is entirely just".