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The Guardian
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After a run of 12 foiled terrorist plots, luck ran out at Westminster for the UK’s intelligence agencies. Now they must ask if they could have stopped it Westminster attack: main report The UK’s intelligence services have prevented 12 terrorist plots in the past three years but on Wednesday they failed to stop the 13th and their long-predicted nightmare finally came true. The intelligence agencies have been warning of such an attack almost since the London bombings in July 2005. As late as last November, the head of Britain’s domestic security agency, MI5, Andrew Parker, said unequivocally in an interview “there will be terrorist attacks in this country”. Related: Westminster attack: four confirmed dead including police officer and attacker - live Related: The numbing afternoon when I saw a police officer die outside parliament | John Crace Continue reading...
Daily Mail - Football
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Joe Hart tried his best but the ball was already in the net. He was battling, not just Germany’s goalscorer but fate and fortune. This was Podolski’s international farewell.
Western Daily Press
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A group of Somerset schoolchildren caught up in the London terror attack sat in the Houses of Parliament as chaos unfolded around them - and SANG. The 53 year six pupils from St John and St Francis School in Bridgwater, Somerset, were on a trip to the Palace of Westminster when the news broke. When Parliament went into lockdown they were told they couldn't leave - so started SINGING to lighten the mood. FOLLOW live updates on the terror attack A member of staff tweeted:...
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The reporter was on air as reports came in over the shocking incidents that occurred in Westminster on Wednesday afternoon. As viewers tuned into news channels, including BBC News, for the latest on the attack, an unfortunate mishap aired live on TV. The reporter and her co-host introduced a clip during the broadcast, set to show an eye-witness account of the events. But as the clip appeared on screen it soon became apparent that it had nothing to do with what had happened in ...
Daily Star - Football
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Manchester Evening News - Sport
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Politico
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Or after Bharara posted on Twitter that he had been fired, and then walked out of the US attorney’s office in lower Manhattan as bagpipes played and office staffers gathered behind barricades to cheer him on, a moment that was carried live by cable and local news networks. What is all of this for, if not building political capital with voters? “Preet was a little more open about himself and about the work,” said Daniel L. Stein, who spent a decade-long career in the Southern District, serving three chief prosecutors. “He encouraged attention, but it was because he believed in the value of the work. Before he became U.S. attorney there was this sense that the public wasnt aware of the good work we were doing.” And the all the media attention had another effect, career lawyers in the office say: It alerted the bad guys that they were on to them, and they had better knock it off before they ended up in Bharara’s crosshairs.
Voice Of America
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"I like the one that both parties like. I'm very happy with the one that both parties like. I can live with either one." Trump was a staunch supporter of Israel throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, speaking on several occasions about his affinity for the Jewish state and denouncing the United Nations as biased against the country. Speaking at the AIPAC conference last year, then-candidate Trump said that when he became president, Israel would no longer be treated like a "second-class citizen" and he would work closely with Netanyahu to "help bring stability and peace to Israel and to the entire region." "We will send a clear signal that there is no daylight between America and our most reliable ally, the state of Israel," Trump said. U.S. to boycott 'outrageous' debate Earlier this week, Haley said the U.S. would boycott a U.N. Human Rights Council session focused on the Palestinians.
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InfoWars
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Manchester Evening News
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Man Utd news turns to England vs Germany as a number of Reds look to impress in Dortmund.
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” “We use a little of that money, and Ashraf needs that money to live,” Izdihar said. “I didnt study, I dont work, I have no skills, I couldnt support us on my own.” Nida Raja Abu Akir, 24, was married for two years before her husband, Mohammed Saleh Abu Srour was arrested for allegedly throwing rocks at Israeli forces during clashes, according to his wife. Nida and Mohammed were both students at a local university, but Nida dropped out when her husband was arrested because she could no longer afford her tuition and rent without her husband’s salary. The PNF sends the couple around 2,000 NIS a month ($550), most of which is sent to Mohammed to live off of in prison. “To be honest, I can’t imagine how we would live without the salary we are sent, because without it our family would have to provide for him and we would all suffer a lot,” she said.
The Herald
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The House of Commons is in lockdown after multiple gun shots were fired at the main gate.
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ABC News - Australia
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Security around Canberra's Parliament House is being stepped up in the wake of the London attack, described by Malcolm Turnbull as an assault on "freedom and democracy everywhere". Follow live.