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Police say at least six people, including two policemen, have died in a series of explosions in eastern Bangladesh as troops battle suspected militants holed up with an ammunition cache
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Iraqi government forces have halted their push to recapture western Mosul after reports of mass civilian casualties. It is feared scores, perhaps as many as 200 people, may have died as a result of American led airstrikes against ISIL last week. The US military has launched an investigation while a review of tactics has also been ordered. One man burying several members of his family said: "How could they have used this much artillery on civilian locations. Before the battle for the westREAD MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2017/03/26/battle-for-mosul-us-investigates-coalition-airstrikes-said-to-have-caused-mass What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.
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A bus crashed into a residential building in eastern China on Saturday night, leaving one person dead another severely injured, mainland media report. The bus, carrying more than 10 passengers from Mingguang city in Anhui province to Yangzhou in Jiangsu province, swerved to avoid an electric bike and ran off the road into the two-storey building, according to the Yangzhou Evening News. Two passengers on the bus were severely hurt, and one of them died later in hospital. Only one person, a man...
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Good morning. First, our main story. Police say they might never find out why Khalid Masood killed four people near the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday. Scotland Yard now say they believe he was acting alone. The family of PC Keith Palmer who was killed by Masood have released a statement, thanking those who were with him when he died. Alexandra Mackenzie reports
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There has been a dramatic rise in the number of civilians killed in the fight against ISIL in Syria and Iraq. Rights groups who monitor deaths of civilians in both countries have said dozens of people have been killed this week in three separate air strikes. Most of those who died were in the Iraqi city of Mosul. The US-led coalition on Saturday admitted to carrying out air raids at a location in west Mosul where scores of civilians were reportedly killed last week. Several more were killed in northern Syria, when bombs were dropped on a school sheltering people and on a mosque. The US is investigating the incident. So, what is behind what appears to be an increase in the number of air raids against ISIL? And why has there been a sharp increase in the number of civilian deaths? Presenter : Martine Dennis Guests: Mark Kimmitt - retired US brigadier general who served as the deputy director of pperations and chief military spokesman in Iraq Ahmed Rushdi - director of the House of Iraqi Expertise Foundation Chris Woods - director of airwars.
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after Boxing Day last year after suffering a heart attack on a flight from London to Los Angeles. A day later, her grieving mother, Debbie Reynolds, one of the stars of the iconic musical Singing in the Rain, died after a suspected stroke
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Both mother and daughter died daily apart. This report has flash photography. It was part service, part variety show to honour a mother.
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and gave condolences for their colleague, PC Keith Palmer, and others who died in the attack. He said to the police officers, he said thank you very much for doing your job. I've also had a chance to have a look at some of the flowers and there are messages from across the country, from across the world, and there's a.
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bouquet from the Prime Minister also sending her condolences for those who died in what she called an evil and a cowardly act. Still a very poignant time. Alexandra, thank you very much indeed. Alexandra Mackenzie live for us in Westminster this morning. More than 30 people have been hurt, two of them seriously,.
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Good morning. First, our main story. Police say they might never find out why Khalid Masood killed four people near the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday Scotland Yard now say they believe he was acting alone. The family of PC Keith Palmer, who was killed by Masood, have released a statement thanking those who were with him when he died. Alexandra Mackenzie reports
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AN ENTREPRENEURIAL cattery owner who was "always looking to help others has died aged 62. Julie Carter ran the Five Star Cattery in Wrawby for more than 30 years and appeared on television when the business was featured in the Catcall series. She also raised thousands of pounds to help children affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. Mrs Carter died of cancer at her home in the village last Sunday (March 19). Paying tribute, her son James Carter, 32, said: "She was a very...
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of Los Angeles. I see your true colours and that's why I love you. Carrie Fisher who will always be remembered for her role as Princess Leia in Star Wars died at the age.
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singing in the rain, died after a suspected stroke. They feel their lives with great accomplishments and brought joy to people all across the world. After a private memorial service earlier in the year, this.
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The actresses were remembered for their incredible talent and unbreakable bond after both mother and daughter died just a day apart. A warning, this report does contain Flash photography. It was part.
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when he died. Alexandra Mackenzie reports. 82 seconds. That's all it took. In that time Khalid Masood calls the deaths of three people on Westminster Bridge and injured many more. -- caused. He crashed his car into the railings, ran through a gate at the houses of parliament and stabbed PC Keith Palmer to death
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The three people who died, perhaps some were tourists taking pictures. The officer who stood to defend democracy but losing his life in the process. But I do want to be free to walk that route again
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human rights and the rule of law. Yesterday, a coward killed three innocent people and injured many more in an attempt to attack the symbol of our country's democracy. His attack on our values failed as he died, by the paramedics who demonstrated what a civilised society is by trying to save him. And his attack on our freedom will fail again today.
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Thanks. Theresa May said it was something that would be considered in due course. While the Prime Minister was still speaking in the Commons, the Leader of the Lords led tributes to those who died in the attack. Her voice cracking with emotion, Lady Evans said, would be felt not just in this country, but across the globe
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will continue to do, to deliver a simple message - we are not afraid. She paid tribute to PC Keith Palmer, who died protecting Parliament. PC Palmer had devoted his life to the service of his country. He had been a member of the Parliamentary and diplomatic.
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