Gaza Energy: Occupation begins reducing electricity provided to Gaza

Until Monday, Israel supplied 120 megawatts of electricity to Gaza a month, which made up about one quarter of the enclave's needs, with the PA paying the 11.3 million euros ($12.65 million) monthly bill. Clean water supplies in the Gaza Strip have begun to dwindle. Israel and Egypt have maintained a blockade on Gaza since the Hamas takeover in June 2007, restricting the movement of people and goods in and out of the territory.

Terrorist Attack: One Dead After Van Rams Pedestrians Near London Mosque

Police confirmed reports that members of the public had detained the driver, who was said to have gestured to onlookers after he was handed over to officers. Finsbury Park resident Cynthia Vanzella also told Sky News that she saw police giving emergency medical treatment to victims after the attack. Anyone an idea what exactly happened? metpoliceuk #finsburypark #sevensisters pic.twitter .com/d4VoQtcJZr- Thomas Van Hulle (Thomasvanhulle) June 18, 2017 Police immediately sealed off the ...

Trump Tweets He IS Under Investigation; His Attorney Says He Isn't

Trump advisers describe the president as increasingly angry over the investigation, yelling at television sets carrying coverage and insisting he is the target of a conspiracy. Rep. Jim Himes, a Democratic member of the House Intelligence committee, says "we are a ways yet from being able to conclude anything" when it comes to his committee's investigation into Russia's actions in the 2016 election.

Russian opposition leader arrested as protests rage

Russian police on Monday hauled away one of President Vladimir Putin's political rivals - just as he was about to lead a protest against government corruption . The court heard a libel suit from Russian billionaire, the USM Holdings head Alisher Usmanov against Alexey Navalny and his Anti-Corruption Foundation.

What we know: Pedestrians struck near north London mosque

What we know: Pedestrians struck near north London mosque

Witnesses described hearing the man, who was detained by members of the public at the scene, shout: "I'm going to kill Muslims". Police said eight of the injured were taken to three hospitals and two suffered minor injuries and were treated at the scene.

Cardinal Nichols offers prayers for Finsbury Park Mosque attack victims

The group's general secretary, Harun Khan, said that eyewitnesses saw the van driver hit a number of Muslims. A man who said he helped tackle the van driver to the ground and hold him there until police arrived said the suspect kept shouting that he "wanted to kill more Muslims".