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Update: Fri, Jul 28 2017    

Harry meets British Red Cross volunteers who help sort Grenfell donations

Prince Harry has made a private visit to British Red Cross volunteers helping to sort through the large number of donations made to the victims of the Grenfell Tower block fire. Harry spent around 50 minutes chatting to workers who are based at a Royal Mail site in Greenford, north-west London, and to Royal Mail staff who have facilitated the operation with the charity.



Israeli security forces and Palestinians clash again in Jerusalem

More violent clashes have erupted between Israeli security forces and Palestinians outside the Lion's Gate in Jerusalem's Old City, near a flashpoint holy site. The Palestinian Red Crescent said at least eight people have been injured in a melee that broke out after nightfall on Thursday.



News 14 Mins Ago Summer treat: Polar bears frolic in donated load of snow

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Police hunt killers after man shot and stabbed for Rolex watch

Police are hunting the thieves who rode up to Danny Pearce, 31, on a moped and launched a "horrendous" attack when he refused to hand over his property. He had been on a night out with his girlfriend and was walking home from Oliver's Jazz Club, in Greenwich, south-east London, when he was confronted by the two men on King William Walk at 12.15am.



Most overcrowded train services revealed as call made for more investment

An early morning train service from West Sussex to London is the most overcrowded in England and Wales, new figures show. Southern Railway's 7.16am train from East Grinstead to London Bridge typically has 1,366 people rammed into a dozen carriages designed for just 640, Department for Transport data shows.



Muslims to return to Jerusalem shrine after Israel removes security measures

Muslim leaders in Jerusalem have told worshippers to return to a holy site to pray after Israel removed security devices. The leaders met after Israel removed an overhead metal bridge and railings installed outside the shrine after a Palestinian attack at the compound.



The Latest: Hamas hails 'victory' in shrine security fight

Officers from the Hamas national security force carry a model of the Al Aqsa Mosque while marching during a parade against Israeli arrangements in the contested Jerusalem shrine, in front of the Palestinian Legislative Council in ... . Officers from Hamas national security force chant Islamic slogans while holding their rifles up during a parade against Israeli arrangements in the contested Jerusalem shrine, in front of the Palestinian Legislative Council in Gaz... The Islamic militant group that rules Gaza is hailing as a "victory" Israel's removal of security measures outside a major Jerusalem shrine.



Russia: Don't blame Syria for chemical attack without visit

Russia says the United States and its Western allies rushed to judgment and blamed the Syrian government for using sarin nerve gas in an attack on an opposition-held town in Syria without ever visiting the site and ignoring two witnesses presented by Damascus. It also criticised the report by the fact-finding mission from the chemical weapons watchdog that investigated the incident in Khan Sheikhoun on April 4 which killed more than 90 people, calling it "very biased."



Landing massive Foxconn plant huge victory for Walker

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says President Donald Trump plan... . FILE - In this Feb. 4, 2016, file photo, employees enter and exit the headquarters of Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., also known as Foxconn, in New Taipei City, Taiwan.



Girl, 16, dies after being electrocuted on railway, police say

British Transport Police said she was pronounced dead at the scene after sustaining serious injuries believed to be caused by electrocution. Investigation underway after 16-year-old girl dies on the railway at Herne Bay in Kent https://t.co/hB9YkuINxE pic.twitter.com/IGOD9C3tGK Detective Chief Inspector Paul Langley, of British Transport Police, said: "What we know so far is that the girl was with a group of friends near the station shortly before 11pm yesterday evening.



Businessman found guilty in plot to pass off horsemeat as beef

A businessman has been found guilty of being part of a near-A 200,000 conspiracy to pass off 30 tonnes of horsemeat as beef, much of which went on to enter the food chain. Andronicos Sideras, 55, one of the owners of meat manufacturer Dinos & Sons, mixed the meats together before it was sold on to other firms in a plot which deceived consumers and food processors.



Death toll in Mumbai building collapse rises to 17

The death toll in a building collapse in the western Indian city of Mumbai has increased to 17, the fire department said. Rescue workers continued to search for survivors at the site where the five-storey building came crashing down on Tuesday.



Royal Marine with links to republicanism made pipe bombs deployed in N Ireland

Ciaran Maxwell pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to preparation of terrorist acts between January 2011 and August last year A Royal Marine with links to dissident republicanism made 14 pipe bombs - four of which were deployed in Northern Ireland, a court heard. Ciaran Maxwell, 31, compiled a library of terrorism documents, bought chemicals and components and went on to manufacture explosives and devices, which he stashed in purpose-built hides in England and Northern Ireland.



Blind Aboriginal musician dies in Australia aged 46

In this Nov. 27, 2011, file photo, aboriginal singer Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, left, arrives for the Australian Record Industry Association awards in Sydney, Australia. Yunupingu, renowned for singing in his native Yolngu language with a heart-rending voice and a unique guitar-playing style has died, his recording label said Wednesday, July 26, 2017.



Artist uses Iraq refugees, war veterans in radio project

In 2016, an Iraqi-American artist sat down with Bahjat Abdulwahed - the so-called "Walter Cronkite of Baghdad" - with the idea of launching a radio project that would be part documentary, part radio play and part variety show. Abdulwahed was the voice of Iraqi radio from the late 1950s to the early 1990s, but came to Philadelphia as a refugee in 2009 after receiving death threats from insurgents.



Woman charged in connection with Guy Hedger murder

A woman arrested in connection with the murder of a businessman shot dead in his home has been charged, police said. Helen Cooper, also known as Helen Keeping, is accused of assisting an offender in relation to the murder of Guy Hedger.



In pics: Prime Ministers on holiday through the decades

Theresa May's holiday snaps with husband Philip in northern Italy are the latest in a long line of prime ministerial photocalls which reflect changes in both political presentation and tourism trends. Back in the 1960s and 1970s, like the majority of voters, prime ministers tended to take their holidays in Britain.