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Grenfell fire: Questions, anger as death toll rises

DNA evidence needed to identify victims of London incident likely destroyed due to the intensity of the fire.

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Ex-German Chancellor Helmut Kohl dies aged 87

Germany's longest serving post-war chancellor from 1982 to 1998 was credited with German reunification.

Former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl

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Britain's Theresa May urges easing of Gulf tensions

UK's leader issues statement asking the Arab countries to urgently de-escalate the diplomatic rift.

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Death toll rises to 17 in London tower block fire

Fire commissioner says it will be an 'absolute miracle' if any more survivors are found in the London building.

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Death toll to rise after Grenfell Tower fire

London mayor orders checks on other buildings as firefighters continue to tackle blaze, which has killed at least 12.

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Romania: Ruling party tries to sack own government

Political future uncertain after ruling Social-Democratic Party pulls support for Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu.

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Spain's PM Mariano Rajoy survives no-confidence vote

Lawmakers reject motion brought to parliament by the left-wing Podemos party over corruption scandals.

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy

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Huge fire engulfs tower block in west London

As many as 40 fire engines at the scene where residents are being evacuated out of the 27-floor building.

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Hungary tightens rules on foreign funded NGOs

New law forces foreign-funded groups to register with authorities slammed by critics as attempt to stifle dissent.

Viktor Orban

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Earthquake kills woman, destroys houses on Lesbos

Powerful 6.2 magnitude tremor causes extensive structural damage on parts of Greek island and is also felt in Turkey.

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