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Britain Opts Against Raising Threat Level After London Attack

Britain Opts Against Raising Threat Level After London Attack

His sister, Cassie Ferguson, said her brother was with Archibald on London Bridge during the attack. SITE said in a statement Sunday that the Islamic State's Aamaq news service cited "a security source" in the Arabic-language posting claiming the attack.



Qatar Airways suspends all flights to Saudi Arabia

The crisis is likely to have wide-ranging consequences, not just for Qatar and its citizens but around the Middle East and for Western interests. Qatar, which will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup and is home to some 10,000 American troops, criticized the move as a "violation of its sovereignty".


Iran calls for peaceful solution to Gulf crisis

Iran calls for peaceful solution to Gulf crisis

The fabrication of reasons for taking action against a sister country in the GCC is clear evidence that there is no legitimate justification for these measures, which were taken in coordination with Egypt , and the objective is clear: the imposition of guardianship over the State.



London terror attacks: Trump criticised for tweets against city Mayor

He said he managed to get near one attacker and "hit him around the head" with a bread basket. It's hard to believe what has happened but there is a sense that despite this latest attack a city as great as London will do its best to fight back and, with it, get stronger.


Japan holds evacuation drill amid North Korea missile fear

Japan holds evacuation drill amid North Korea missile fear

It is "imperative that we do our part each of us to fulfill our obligations and work together to support our shared goal of denuclearisation on the Korean Peninsula", Mattis said. Russian Federation borders North Korea and saw one of Pyongyang's missiles land close to its waters. North Korea doesn't hold a candle to the United States militarily.



Bangladesh raises storm danger to highest level as Cyclone Mora batters coastline

Dhaka: An Indian navy ship has plucked 27 people from rough seas off Bangladesh, officials said on Wednesday, a day after Cyclone Mora battered coastal areas with violent winds and rain that left six dead. The storm has also battered refugee camps, now home to thousands of Rohingya Muslims who've fled violence in Myanmar. A tropical storm lashed southern Bangladesh on Tuesday, killing at least three people and destroying thousands of poorly built homes in some remote islands in the ...