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The Italian regulator alerted the public regarding the illegal activities of several different brands.
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THE HOME Secretary Amber Rudd has given her backing to MI5 holding an inquiry into the Manchester bomb attack.
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But air force spokesman Gihan Seneviratne said there were no casualties. - International aid - Military spokesman Roshan Seneviratne said a let-up in the rains had allowed troops to access cut-off villages. Sri Lanka has deployed 1,800 soldiers and 1,100 naval personnel to evacuate people and ferry food and other essentials to affected areas. The paramilitary Civil Defence Force said it was deploying about 2,000 personnel while the police have sent their elite commandos to help. The government said floodwaters were beginning to recede on Monday but some low-lying areas remained heavily inundated. All schools in flood-hit areas, including the capital Colombo, will be closed for a week, it said. As the rains eased in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and parts of India issued warnings over Cyclone Mora, which is expected to make landfall on Tuesday. Bangladeshi authorities ordered all fishing crews to return to shore and advised people living in the southeastern area of Cox's Bazar to move to higher ground.
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MANCHESTER, United Kingdom: Britain's MI5 intelligence service launched an internal inquiry on Monday into whether vital clues were missed in the run-up to the Manchester suicide bombing, as police arrested another man in connection with the attack. The developments come a week after 22-year-old Salman Abedi, a British-born university dropout of Libyan origin, detonated his device outside a pop concert by teen idol Ariana Grande, killing 22 people including six children under the age of 18. A 23-year-old man was arrested in the southern coastal town of Shoreham-by-Sea, more than 400km from Manchester on Monday over the attack claimed by the Islamic State group. That brings the total number of people now detained on UK soil to 14, all of them men, while Abedi's father and brother have been held in Libya where officials said the two brothers were IS jihadists.
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The Week
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Manchester attack: Missed warnings examined MI5 has opened two inquiries into how it missed the danger posed by Salman Abedi, the Manchester bomber, despite claims that the authorities were repeatedly warned about his extremist views. A 23-year-old man was arrested early this morning in Sussex in connection with the attack. A total of 14 people are now in custody for it. BA flight disruption continues into third day Passengers are facing a third day of disruption to BA flights, caused by a power outage which crashed a computer system. Already this morning, 13 short-haul flights have been cancelled, though the firm says it plans to run all long-haul flights and a "high proportion" of short today. Thousands of passengers were affected this weekend. Merkel: EU must go it alone now German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned yesterday that the EU can no longer "completely depend on others", after "very unsatisfactory" G7 and Nato talks.
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British domestic security service MI5 has launched two urgent inquiries into how it missed the danger posed by Manchester bomber Salman Abedi amid claims his interest in being a potential terrorist killer was repeatedly reported to the authorities. One review began last week to quickly identify any glaring errors, while the other will be more in-depth, sources said. On Sunday, the home secretary, Amber Rudd, refused to comment on whether opportunities were missed to spot the murderous intent of...
The Iran Project
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Al-Tanf area is well in the heart of a desert, making it severely difficult for the US to provide its forces and the allied militants operating there with logistics. On the other hand, Washington is far from being able to fully trust the Syrian militants present in the area since they, like other fellow fighters, carry a Salafi ideology, making it unavoidable for them to have links to the terrorist groups operating elsewhere. Still, the mightiest challenge is posed by the Resistance camp's forces that are intent on pressing forward to retake the border crossing. In past few days, they managed to considerably move forward from the Syrian and Iraqi sides of the border. The progresses are coming in defiance of the US warnings that culminated in May 18 airstrike against them. Washington reiterated determination to conduct further air raids if the pro-Damascus forces keep progressing towards the area.
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To the irritation of his wife and against doctor's orders, DOMINIC LAWSON likes to sprinkle salt on his food. Now thanks to a new book he has a response that goes beyond disobedience.
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S. mainland. But it is nearly impossible to know how much progress it has made towards that goal. The Trump administration, while serving up strong words against the North and its leader Kim Jong Un, has yet to come out with a firm policy on how to react to Pyongyang. Along with the threat of more sanctions, it has sent a naval force off the Korean peninsula and held joint military exercises with South Korea as warnings.
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The security service is to examine its actions after tip-offs from the public about extremist views.
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North Korea test fired what could have be another ballistic missile off its east coast early Monday. South Korea's Yonhap news agency, citing South Korean military officials, says the launch came near the coastal town of Wonsan. Japan's Kyodo news agency and the U.S. Pacific Command confirmed the launch. Neither Yonhap nor the South Korean military has firmly identified it as a missile. But Japan says whatever it was landed in Japanese territory, causing no damage. This would be the second North Korean missile test in a week. North Korea apparently is determined to develop a missile capable of carrying a nuclear weapon and able to reach the U.S. mainland. But it is nearly impossible to know how much progress it has made towards that goal. The Trump administration, while condemning North Korea and its leader Kim Jong Un, has yet to come out with a firm policy on how to react to Pyongyang. It has sent a naval force off the Korean peninsula and held joint military exercises with South Korea as warnings.
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North Korea test fired what could have be another ballistic missile off its east coast early Monday. South Korea's Yonhap news agency, citing South Korean military officials, says the launch came near the coastal town of Wonsan. Japan's Kyodo news agency and the U.S. Pacific Command confirmed the launch. Neither Yonhap nor the South Korean military has firmly identified it as a missile. But Japan says whatever it was landed in Japanese territory, causing no damage. This would be the second North Korean missile test in a week. North Korea apparently is determined to develop a missile capable of carrying a nuclear weapon and able to reach the U.S. mainland. But it is nearly impossible to know how much progress it has made towards that goal. The Trump administration, while condemning North Korea and its leader Kim Jong Un, has yet to come out with a firm policy on how to react to Pyongyang. It has sent a naval force off the Korean peninsula and held joint military exercises with South Korea as warnings.
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