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UK finds 34 high-rise apartment buildings with unsafe siding - Fox News;

UK finds 34 high-rise apartment buildings with unsafe siding - Fox News

Fox NewsUK finds 34 high-rise apartment buildings with unsafe sidingFox NewsBritain's fire-safety crisis expanded substantially Saturday as authorities said 34 high-rise apartment blocks across the country had cladding that failed fire safety tests. London officials scrambled to evacuate four public housing towers after ...Cladding fire tests failed by 34 blocks in 17 areasBBC NewsMinisters in abrupt U-turn over fire safety in schoolsThe GuardianInsulation is real inferno threat, warn safety experts, as 34 blocks in 17 areas revealed to have failed safety testsTelegraph.co.ukThe Independent -Independent.ie -Reuters -New York Daily Newsall 980 news articles »

Qatar rejects Arab states' demands - The News International;

Qatar rejects Arab states' demands - The News International

Financial ExpressQatar rejects Arab states' demandsThe News InternationalDUBAI/WASHINGTON: Qatar on Saturday denounced a sweeping list of demands from Saudi Arabia and its allies in an escalating Gulf diplomatic crisis as unreasonable and an impingement on the emirate´s sovereignty. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United ...Qatar says list of demands by Arab states not realisticBBC NewsUAE threatens Qatar with 'divorce' as under-fire nation accuses Gulf neighbours of bully tacticsThe IndependentWhy Morocco chose to be neutral on the Gulf crisisAljazeera.comThe Atlantic -Vox -Gulf Times -Pakistan Observerall 468 news articles »

Mohammed bin Salman al-Saud: the hothead who would be king - The Guardian;

Mohammed bin Salman al-Saud: the hothead who would be king - The Guardian

The GuardianMohammed bin Salman al-Saud: the hothead who would be kingThe GuardianPrince Mohammed bin Salman meets Donald Trump in May this year. Photograph: Evan Vucci/AP. Saudi Arabia · The Observer profile. Mohammed bin Salman al-Saud: the hothead who would be king. The new heir to the Saudi kingdom is a man with vast ...Profile – Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin SalmanSAMAA TV News PakistanTrouble in the kingdomThe News InternationalThe new Saudi Arabian heir is a dangerous manEconomic TimesHuffPost -South China Morning Post -Daily Pakistan -The Times of Israelall 114 news articles »

Trump accuses Obama of inaction over Russia meddling claim - BBC News;

Trump accuses Obama of inaction over Russia meddling claim - BBC News

BBC NewsTrump accuses Obama of inaction over Russia meddling claimBBC NewsPresident Donald Trump has accused his predecessor Barack Obama of inaction over alleged Russian interference in the US election in 2016. Mr Trump said Mr Obama had learned well before the 8 November poll about the accusations and "did nothing".Trump Asks 'Why No Action?' Amid Questions About Obama's Response To Russian MeddlingNPRTrump lashes out at Obama over latest report on Russian election meddlingWashington PostTrump Acknowledges Russian Election 'Meddling' in Tweet Criticizing ObamaNBCNews.comLos Angeles Times -CNN -The News International -AOLall 469 news articles »

Hopes Fade After Landslide Destroys Chinese Village - New York Times;

Hopes Fade After Landslide Destroys Chinese Village - New York Times

New York TimesHopes Fade After Landslide Destroys Chinese VillageNew York TimesRescuers worked at the site of a landslide in Xinmo village in Mao County in southwestern China's Sichuan Province on Saturday. Credit He Qinghai/Xinhua, via Associated Press. BEIJING — Hundreds of rescue workers tapped, poked and dug through the ...15 Bodies Found After Landslide Buries Scores in ChinaU.S. News & World ReportThe Latest: Official: IDs of missing people to be releasedDaily Mail15 dead, over 100 missing in China landslideSAMAA TV News PakistanNBCNews.com -FOX40 -The Guardian -Aljazeera.comall 239 news articles »

Parliament hit by cyber attack as hackers attempt to access MPs' email accounts - The Independent;

Parliament hit by cyber attack as hackers attempt to access MPs' email accounts - The Independent

The IndependentParliament hit by cyber attack as hackers attempt to access MPs' email accountsThe IndependentHackers have targeted Parliament's email system in an attempt to access the accounts of hundreds of MPs, Lords, aides and staff. Security services are to shut down access for anyone not in Westminster as part of efforts to secure the network after the ...Cyber-attack on parliament leaves MPs unable to access emailsThe GuardianParliament hit by 'sustained' cyber-attackBBC NewsBritish lawmakers hit by 'sustained' cyberattackTimes of IndiaDaily Mail -Sky News -NBCNews.com -SFGateall 138 news articles »

Mecca Grand Mosque Attack met with widespread outrage - Pakistan Today;

Mecca Grand Mosque Attack met with widespread outrage - Pakistan Today

Pakistan TodayMecca Grand Mosque Attack met with widespread outragePakistan TodaySaudi Arabia says it has foiled a “terrorist action” against the Grand Mosque in Mecca – Islam's holiest site. At least 11 people, including five policemen, were wounded in the collapse of a three-storey building where the alleged terrorist had ...Suicide Bomber Blows Himself Up Near Grand Mosque in MeccaTIMEA Brief History of Terror in Saudi ArabiaNewsweekSuicide bomber blows himself up as Saudis foil Makkah plotPakistan ObserverThe Times of Israel -Irish Times -South China Morning Post -SAMAA TV News Pakistanall 347 news articles »

What is Zakat al-Fitr and what is the amount given? - Metro;

What is Zakat al-Fitr and what is the amount given? - Metro

MetroWhat is Zakat al-Fitr and what is the amount given?MetroZakat al-Fitr is a donation to charity given on Eid al-Fitr, the last day of Ramadan. Canada's newest citizens share moving stories as they are welcomed to the country. All Muslims are obliged to give to the poor at Eid al-Fitr, young and old, male and ...Ramadan Day 28: Are Muslims allowed to use money for zakat-al-fitr?NAIJ.COMEid-Ul-Fitr Celebration In Islam, By Murtadha GusauPremium TimesIn the spirit of RamadanThe NationThe Australian -Orlando Sentinel -Mail & Guardian -ChronicleLiveall 85 news articles »

Premier Inn investigates cladding safety of its buildings - The Guardian;

Premier Inn investigates cladding safety of its buildings - The Guardian

The GuardianPremier Inn investigates cladding safety of its buildingsThe GuardianThe UK's largest hotel group, Premier Inn, is reviewing the safety of its buildings amid fears that cladding used on some properties does not meet safety regulations. The chain, which has more than 700 hotels, said three of its properties – in ...Grenfell Tower: Fire started in Hotpoint fridge freezer, say policeBBC NewsGrenfell Tower fire: Police considering manslaughter chargesCNNLondon police confirm Grenfell cladding failed safety tests, manslaughter charges consideredThe Sydney Morning HeraldU.S. News & World Report -Mirror.co.uk -Charlotte Observer -Evening Standardall 1,085 news articles »

Darren Osborne charged with murder over Finsbury Park van attack - The Guardian;

Darren Osborne charged with murder over Finsbury Park van attack - The Guardian

The GuardianDarren Osborne charged with murder over Finsbury Park van attackThe GuardianDarren Osborne, 47, is to appear in court on 23 June, according to the CPS. Photograph: Facebook. UK news. Darren Osborne charged with murder over Finsbury Park van attack. Prosecutors say 47-year-old charged with terrorism-related murder over ...Finsbury Park mosque attack: Darren Osborne charged with terrorism-related murder, police sayThe IndependentFinsbury Park mosque attack suspect Darren Osborne charged with terrorism-related murderTelegraph.co.ukCardiff dad of four charged with 'terrorism-related murder' after Finsbury Park mosque attackWalesOnlineDaily Star -Sky News -9news.com.au -Mirror.co.ukall 93 news articles »

Employer insulted Muslim real estate agent in UK over 'terrorist hijab' - The Nation;

Employer insulted Muslim real estate agent in UK over 'terrorist hijab' - The Nation

The NationEmployer insulted Muslim real estate agent in UK over 'terrorist hijab'The NationA young Muslim woman in Bury, Manchester was allegedly insulted and humiliated by her employers when she refused to change her black hijab after being told that the garment has “terrorist affiliations”. The real estate agent, who does not wished to be ...British Muslim sues employer for asking her to remove 'terrorist looking' black hijabThe Express TribuneUK Muslim woman sues employer after he claims black hijab has 'terror affiliations'Arab Newsall 3 news articles »

SHC allows Ravita to stay with husband - DAWN.com;

SHC allows Ravita to stay with husband - DAWN.com

DAWN.comSHC allows Ravita to stay with husbandDAWN.comA single-judge bench of the Sindh High Court's Hyderabad circuit on Friday allowed Gulnaz Shah — formerly known as Ravita Meghwar — to live with her husband. According to Advocate Ali Palh, the counsel for the intervener in the case, Justice Panhwar ...SHC allows girl 'forcibly converted' to Islam to live with husbandThe Nationall 2 news articles »

Dubai prison visiting hours during Eid announced - Zawya;

Dubai prison visiting hours during Eid announced - Zawya

ZawyaDubai prison visiting hours during Eid announcedZawyaDubai: The General Department of Punitive and Correctional Establishments of Dubai Police has set the visiting hours for detainees and inmates during the Eid Al Fitr holiday. The visiting hours will be divided into two shifts: the morning shift will be ...and more »

Yulin dog meat festival begins - The Nation;

Yulin dog meat festival begins - The Nation

The NationYulin dog meat festival beginsThe NationYulin - A controversial dog meat festival has begun in the Chinese city of Yulin, despite earlier reports it had been cancelled or toned down this year. The Lychee and Dog Meat festival takes place annually in Guangxi province. Earlier this year, US ...Lawmakers look to ban eating of cats and dogsThe Hill'Lychee and Dog Meat Festival' back on track even after the rumored banBlasting NewsDog Meat Still on Sale at Controversial FestivalNational Geographic AustraliaWUNC -Yahoo News UK -AppsforPCdaily -ClickLancashireall 25 news articles »

Britain´s May vows EU citizens can stay after Brexit - The News International;

Britain´s May vows EU citizens can stay after Brexit - The News International

The News InternationalBritain´s May vows EU citizens can stay after BrexitThe News InternationalBRUSSELS: British Prime Minister Theresa May promised Thursday to let EU citizens stay after Brexit as she met sceptical European leaders for the first time since her disastrous election gamble. Under pressure from all sides since losing her ...Brexit: Juncker says UK rights offer 'not sufficient'BBC NewsEU expats condemn Theresa May's 'pathetic' offer on Brexit rightsThe GuardianBrexit: Theresa May's 'vague' offer on EU citizens' rights attacked by European leadersThe IndependentWashington Post -Reuters -U.S. News & World Report -Quartzall 744 news articles »

Germany spied on White House - The Express Tribune;

Germany spied on White House - The Express Tribune

The Express TribuneGermany spied on White HouseThe Express TribuneBERLIN, GERMANY: Germany's foreign intelligence service long spied on numerous official and business targets in the United States, including the White House, Spiegel weekly reported Thursday. The magazine said it had seen documents showing that the ...and more »

Prince Philip health scare: Duke of Edinburgh rushed to hospital 'with an infection' - NEWS.com.au;

Prince Philip health scare: Duke of Edinburgh rushed to hospital 'with an infection' - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auPrince Philip health scare: Duke of Edinburgh rushed to hospital 'with an infection'NEWS.com.auTHE Duke of Edinburgh has been discharged from hospital after he was admitted for an infection earlier this week. Prince Philip, 96, spent two nights at King Edward VII Hospital after being rushed there on Tuesday night as a precautionary measure for a ...Prince Philip leaves hospital after two nights of treatmentThe GuardianPrince Philip leaves hospital after health scare which saw him miss Queen's speechExpress.co.ukPrince Philip leaves London hospital after treatmentNBC 29 NewsBelfast Telegraph -India Today -Reuters -CNN Internationalall 296 news articles »

When does Ramadan 2017 end? UK dates, timetable, how to fast and best places to observe the Muslim festival - Mirror.co.uk;

When does Ramadan 2017 end? UK dates, timetable, how to fast and best places to observe the Muslim festival - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukWhen does Ramadan 2017 end? UK dates, timetable, how to fast and best places to observe the Muslim festivalMirror.co.ukThere are almost three million Muslims in the UK, and they are currently marking holy month of Ramadan , which is observed every year. Many of us know in general terms what the event entails - fasting and prayer are in there, of course, as are family ...When is Eid Al-Fitr 2017? And how do Muslims celebrate the end of Ramadan?Evening StandardMosques Advised to Amp Up Security for Eid WeekendNBC Southern CaliforniaEid Al Fitr 2017 celebrations across the UAEgulfnews.comThe Nation -HuffPost -Daily Times -SBSall 111 news articles »

Car bomb hits Afghan bank in restive Helmand province, 29 dead says governor - Washington Post;

Car bomb hits Afghan bank in restive Helmand province, 29 dead says governor - Washington Post

Washington PostCar bomb hits Afghan bank in restive Helmand province, 29 dead says governorWashington PostKABUL — A car bomb exploded outside a bank on Thursday in Afghanistan's restive Helmand province killing 29 people waiting to collect their monthly salaries, said the provincial governor. The car detonated in the parking lot of the New Kabul Bank in ...20 dead as car bomb hits bank in AfghanistanSAMAA TV News PakistanAfghanistan car bomb: At least 26 killed and 50 wounded following explosion in Lashkar GahThe IndependentSuicide car bomb causes multiple casualties in AfghanistanThe GuardianGeo News, Pakistan -BBC News -Pakistan Today -The Australianall 50 news articles »

Israeli airline can't make women move seats for religious reasons, court rules - The Guardian;

Israeli airline can't make women move seats for religious reasons, court rules - The Guardian

The GuardianIsraeli airline can't make women move seats for religious reasons, court rulesThe GuardianRenee Rabinowitz welcomed the ruling against El Al. Photograph: Uriel Sinai/New York Times/Redux/eyevine. Israel. Israeli airline can't make women move seats for religious reasons, court rules. El Al loses case brought by Holocaust survivor asked to ...El Al Can No Longer Ask Passengers to Change Seats to Accommodate ultra-Orthodox Men, Israeli Court RulesHaaretzIsraeli court: Haredi calls for women to move seats on El Al now illegalThe Jerusalem PostIn landmark ruling, El Al ordered to end policy of asking women to move seatsThe Times of IsraelThe Media Line -i24NEWS (press release) (registration)all 6 news articles »