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Last day of the Bill Cosby sex assault trial

Cosby's trial started June 5 in Norristown, Pennsylvania. Legal experts had always said the he-said, she-said nature of the case was always going to be hard to prove in court, not least because it happened so long ago and due to a lack of physical evidence.



Zionist Forces Shoot Dead Three Palestinians in al-Quds

According to the Jerusalem Post, the Palestinian-based Hamas terrorist group claimed the attackers were affiliated with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PLFP). The Israeli was lightly wounded and the assailant taken in for questioning. Israel had eased restrictions on the entry of Palestinians from the West Bank to Jerusalem for Ramadan.



Rich-poor divide highlighted in London fire

The government has promised a full public inquiry. He said to HuffPost UK: "No fire alarms went off and there was no warning". By Saturday afternoon 58 people were confirmed to have died. The refurbishment included the fitting of cladding that was "commonly used", according to the contractor responsible for the works, but which may have contributed to the fire spreading so quickly.


White House says Trump won't fire Mueller

White House says Trump won't fire Mueller

The sound of sharpening knives echoed everywhere Monday. "I think he's weighing that option", Ruddy told PBS NewsHour . Others sounded more enthusiastic about dropping the axe. Even so, Gingrich said, Trump won't seek to dismiss Mueller because he's confident the probe will conclude he's done nothing wrong. Under current Justice Department regulations, firing Mueller would have to be done by deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein, not the president— though those regulations could ...



Grenfell Tower fire: Families appeal over missing relatives

That includes those who we believe died here at Grenfell tower , and those who are in critical care still in hospital. Outside the cordons, impromptu tributes appeared with photos of missing people, messages of condolences, flowers and candles.