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Finsbury Park Mosque Attacker Is White Christian Terrorist

Finsbury Park Mosque Attacker Is White Christian Terrorist

Nine people were hospitalised after a white driver, who witnesses said shouted , " I want to kill all Muslims ", slammed into a crowd near a mosque in the Finsbury Park area of London . "We live together with the Muslim community", he said. He said: "By God's grace we managed to surround him and protect him from any harm". Father-of-four Osborne is said to have taunted the group and urged them to kill him.


Killing in name of 'gau bhakti' not acceptable: Modi

Killing in name of 'gau bhakti' not acceptable: Modi

The Foreign Ministry said the joint statement, issued after a meeting between US President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Washington, was "singularly unhelpful in achieving strategic stability and durable peace in the South Asian region".


Bash Blasts Briefing on 'Ridiculous Tweet,' Implores Trump to Focus on Policy

Bash Blasts Briefing on 'Ridiculous Tweet,' Implores Trump to Focus on Policy

But many were quick to note that Sanders' comment was not exactly true. "I don't think that the president has ever been someone who gets attacked and doesn't push back", she told Fox News host Bill Hemmer. "I'm a woman, and I've been attacked by this show multiple times, but I don't cry foul because of it". While all of these are happening to the current administration, the Principal Deputy assured that the USA leader will not step back and allow the "liberal media" and "Hollywood elites" ...


CBO: 22 Million Could Lose Insurance Under Senate Plan

CBO: 22 Million Could Lose Insurance Under Senate Plan

Or Louisiana's Bill Cassidy, a critic of the House bill, who said that Monday's CBO score "makes me more concerned". Less affluent Americans now on government-managed Medicaid insurance , many of whom supported the president, will see a 26% reduction in their programmes funding over the next decade, resulting in fewer covered and skimpier benefits.


Arsenal interested in signing Thomas Lemar from Monaco

Arsenal interested in signing Thomas Lemar from Monaco

Arsenal are reportedly aiming to sign all three of Alexandre Lacazette , Thomas Lemar and Riyad Mahrez in a potential £135million spending spree this summer. The Chilean superstar has only one year left on his contract and has refused all of the club's efforts to get him to extend his stay, including a rumoured offer of £280,000 a week.