London: Stabbing suspected in North Haringey, police describe it as a serious incident | UK | News

An urgent investigation has been launched by detectives from Haringey CID after the fatal stabbing. Police were called at 9.47pm on June 9 to a seriously injured man in Green Lanes. Officers and London Ambulance Service attended the location. A man, aged in his 30s, was found suffering what are believed to be stab injuries. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Officers think they know the identity of the man and are in the process of informing the next of kin. An incident room will open under detectives from…

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Guatemala volcano update: Lava flows prompt new evacuations | World | News

Guatemala’s Fuego has ejected dangerous pyroclastic flows over the past week, which kill everything in their path as they travel so fast and so far. Dangerous flows of lava and toxic gases spewed down several canyons below the crater of the volcano yesterday.  In two of the canyons where flows have accumulated, columns of ash went as high as 19,700 feet. This resulted in further evacuations of rescue workers and nearby villages.  Nearly 200 people are still missing after Sunday’s explosion.  The threat of fresh landslides forced emergency workers Thursday…

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Brexit news: Hartley-Brewer says Brexit is becoming a national HUMILIATION | UK | News

The furious radio host called for a “leadership challenge” as she said Brexit negotiations have become a “capitulation”.  Hosting her TalkRadio show, Ms Hartley-Brewer said: “A leadership challenge and get someone in who might actually have a bit of backbone when it comes to these negotiations. “Because it doesn’t feel to me, and I’ve spoken to numerous people who voted Remain, as well as Leave voters who want the Government just to get on with it and deliver that democratic mandate. “This is literally becoming a national humiliation and capitulation and not a…

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G7 summit: Theresa May to address US TRADE WAR and Trump’s tariffs | World | News

The Prime Minister has been highly critical of the new levies imposed by the US President, which target foreign imports of steel and aluminium. But she has acted as something of a mediator in heated talks at the international summit in Quebec, pleading with fellow leaders to step back from the brink of a trade war at a session on Friday night. The PM is due to speak at around 10pm BST (5pm local time). This year’s G7 has been dominated by discussions on Mr Trump’s tariffs, which he insists…

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Meat traces ‘found in supermarket VEGAN and VEGETARIAN food’ | UK | News

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) launched the probe today (Friday) after lab tests revealed traces of pork in Sainsbury’s own brand “meat free” meatballs and traces of turkey in a vegan macaroni meal from Tesco, The Daily Telegraph reports. In response to the “worrying” findings, religious groups said some consumers would be “distressed” to learn they had consumed products containing animal DNA. The Muslim Council of Britain called on the FSA to urgently recall any affected products. Both supermarkets say their own tests have not found any traces of meat.…

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North Korea news: Donald Trump warns Kim Jong-un ‘you have one shot’ | World | News

Donald Trump is currently travelling to Singapore where he will hold a historic summit with Kim Jong-un on Tuesday – after weeks of on-again off-again chaos. While 2018 started off positively the summit was placed in doubt following fiery exchanges between Mr Trump and North Korea. It has since been reconfirmed and with days ago the US president has returned to his fire-and-fury rhetoric. Speaking at the G7 Summit in Quebec, Canada today, he said any agreementwould be “spur of the moment,” underscoring the uncertain outcome of what he called…

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London news: Shocking video shows aftermath of Streatham stabbing | UK | News

Footage from the aftermath of the horrifying daylight attack in Streatham yesterday (Friday) shows one schoolgirl grapple with a knifeman before being dragged away by a friend. As part of the group tussled in the street, a 16-year-old in school uniform lay bleeding on a nearby pavement as witnesses and passers looked on helplessly and did what they could to stop the bleeding. The harrowing video, taken by a woman from the first floor of a house just metres from the attack in Amesbury Avenue, later shows one knifeman dragging…

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Hawaii volcano eruption lava flow map: Latest destruction pictures – before and after | World | News

The destruction caused by Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano can be judged by the number of homes destroyed by the red-hot lava continuously oozing out of fissures on the Big Island. The latest estimates 600 homes have been consumed by the volcano, far surpassing the 215 buildings destroyed during a 30 year eruption cycle which began in 1983. Latest lava flows completely destroyed an area called Vacationland, with the total number of homes destroyed from the volcano hovering at around 400. Hawaii County Mayor Harry Kim told a briefing with emergency responders…

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G7 SUMMIT: Donald Trump hits out at EU in trade rant – ‘We cannot be a PIGGY-BANK!’ | Politics | News

The furious US president, speaking in Quebec, Canada, said the US had been “taken advantage of for decades and decades” by the res too the world. Donald Trump said “we can’t do that anymore” and said it was time for the US to be treated better by the EU, Canada and other trading partners not represented at the summit. He said: “The United States has been taken advantage of for decades and decades and we can’t do that anymore. “People can’t charge us 270% and we charge them nothing. That…

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Tommy Robinson march: Protestors clash with police as London rally | UK | News

Thousands of protestors have taken to the streets of the capital to show their support for Robinson, who was jailed for contempt of court after live-streaming a video outside Leeds Crown Court last month. Shocking footage shows protestors chasing police down a street in central London, as officers attempted to fall back to a new position from which to contain the marchers.  Some protestors were shown hitting a police van with torn-down street signs, while traffic cones and other items were thrown at officers.  A counter-protest organised by campaign groups…

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