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Bangladesh storm kills 3, destroys thousands of homes

Road transportation was affected, phone lines were disrupted, more than 20,000 houses destroyed and hundreds of trees were uprooted. Omar Farukh, a community leader in Kutapalong camp, said conditions were dire: "Now we're in the open air".



North Korea fires third test missile in as many weeks

Monday's launch marked North Korea's ninth missile test this year and the third since the launch of the Moon administration on May 10. USA military monitors said the short-range missile flew for six minutes, while Japan said it fell into its exclusive economic zone, extending 200 nautical miles from the coast.



Fight Against IS: 484 civilians killed since mid

Forces from Iraq s elite Counter-Terrorism Service (CTS) recaptured Al-Saha al-Oula neighbourhood, Staff Lieutenant General Abdulamir Yarallah, who heads the military command coordinating the Mosul operation, said in a statement. Fighters from Lebanon's Shiite Hizbollah are also working closely with Iranian military commanders in Syria . At least seven civilians were killed and 23 wounded by Islamic State mortar shells as they tried to flee Zanjili on Thursday, said Iraqi police.



Foreign nationals among victims of London terror attacks

London police said officers killed the attackers within eight minutes of arriving at the scene. He said he managed to get near one attacker and "hit him around the head" with a bread basket. Police said the event would go ahead as planned though security would be increased. The force said the men were wearing what looked like suicide vests that turned out to be fake.



Canadian 'impacted' by London terror attack, official says

Mr Pettit said he had seen a photo which appeared to show "one of the attackers upside down on the floor wearing camouflage pants, which he (the neighbour) was wearing two days ago". Daniel Ansah, 50, a security guard at Tito's restaurant in London Bridge, was present when the attack unfolded. In the morning hours of Sunday, as Europe woke to news of yet another deadly terrorist attack, worldwide news media blanketed coverage of last night's terror assault in London , its ongoing ...


Trump directly scolds North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies, says they owe 'massive' sums

Trump directly scolds North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies, says they owe 'massive' sums

Ahead of the summit, police were called in to clear a mixture of anti-Trump and anti-NATO demonstrators who had set up on a road leading to the new headquarters. Trump isn't the only one wanting more commitment, though. In accordance with his America First policy, Trump said "is not fair to the people and taxpayers of the United States and many of these nations owe massive amounts of money from the last years".