LONDON Facing increasing criticism for not meeting with locals sooner, British Prime Minister Theresa May will visit those injured in a London tower block blaze in hospital on Friday, as pressure mounts on her after a failed election gamble.
The Gerry Weber Open from Halle returns to Sky Sports with eight-time winner Roger Federer aiming to extend his winning record at the tournament.
The National Firearms Amnesty gives Australians “an opportunity to hand in unregistered and unwanted firearms and improve community safety,” a statement from Justice Minister Michael Keenan said on Friday.
MARAWI CITY, Philippines The Philippines military said on Friday that some of the Islamist militants who stormed Marawi City in the south of the country last month may have mingled with evacuees to slip away during the battle that has raged for nearly four weeks.
Hyperloop Hotel proposes transforming shipping containers into moving, customizable hotel rooms – allowing guests to travel between 13 cities without ever leaving the comfort of their suite. Hyperloop One is a proposed mode of transportation that would propel pods of people through a tube at incredibly high speeds.
Portuguese sports publication A Bola reported that four-time Ballon d’Or winner Ronaldo “does not want to continue in Spain and therefore will look to leave the Spanish championship next month.
LONDON British armed police detained a man on suspicion of having a knife after he ran, shouting, toward one of the gates of the Westminster parliament in central London on Friday.
At least 24 people are being treated in hospitals across the capital, and twelve of them are in critical care. Cmdr Cundy confirms #GrenfellTower fire fatalities now 30, sadly figure may rise.
MOSCOW The Kremlin takes an extremely negative view of the proposed new U.S. sanctions against Russia and believes that they can harm other countries that have to adhere to these sanctions, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Friday.
After touring the scene of the fire and speaking to residents on Thursday, Corbyn told journalists: “Kensington is a tale of two cities – it is among the wealthiest parts of this country, but the ward where this took place is one of the poorest.