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The authorities said that the blaze at Grenfell Tower had begun with a faulty refrigerator, and that the building’s cladding and insulation had failed investigators’ safety tests.
“It’s been a while and maybe it’s time,” the film star said, after asking, “When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?”
The sale of a 25 percent stake in Ireland’s largest commercial and retail lender came nearly seven years after it was nationalized by the Irish government.
In a blow to Britain, the General Assembly voted to refer London’s territorial dispute with a former colony to the International Court of Justice.
Prime Minister Theresa May promised citizens of other European Union countries “as much certainty as possible” after Britain withdraws from the bloc.
The grim fates of two Senegalese brothers match those of a growing number of young African men who are determined to reach Europe — or die trying.
The 32-year old prince said in an interview with Newsweek that members of the royal family would be fulfilling their duties, rather than their desires, as Queen Elizabeth’s successors.
A new report accuses a former archbishop of Canterbury of helping a former bishop, Peter Ball, cover up his assaults on young men and boys over a 15-year period.
European carmakers and suppliers are trying to build the computing capacity they will need as vehicles digitize and become driverless.
Already this year, stiff fines have failed to stop fountain-bathing in warm weather, and now the police who protect the Trevi Fountain, backed by a strict ordinance, have more officers on duty.
By waiving visa requirements, European countries opened the door to 45 million potential vacationers, though few Ukrainians can afford to travel abroad.
The 51-year-old father of six died when a van crashed into a crowd of Muslims after Ramadan prayers early on June 19.
Material similar to the kind used on Grenfell Tower, which was incinerated on June 14, has been found in several buildings, though not all pose an immediate safety risk.
The bloc’s regulations protecting consumers and preserving distinctive culinary cultures often create tension, sometimes even with the United States.
A presumptive lottery pick in Thursday’s N.B.A. draft even had kind words for Phil Jackson, the team’s embattled president.
A goal, a win in the Confederations Cup and then a news conference — with no questions — as one of the world’s best players faces accusations about tax evasion.
It was the government’s biggest financial commitment so far to house families displaced by the Grenfell Tower blaze.
The suspicion contradicts a police assessment that said the disaster was a result of lightning strikes and is likely to fuel calls for a wider investigation.