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14 August 2018

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At least 20 dead, 16 injured in Italy bridge collapse: official (129)
Reuters Staff MILAN (Reuters) - At least 20 people died and 16 were injured in the collapse of a motorway bridge in the Italian city of Genoa, a senior official at the country's civil protection agency said on Tuesday. Rescue workers are seen at the collapsed Morandi Bridge in the Italian port city of Genoa, Italy August 14, 2018.
Parliament Square crash: 'Pedestrians injured' after car collides with barriers in Westminster (148)
Tuesday 14 August 2018 08:10 {{#singleComment}}{{value}} comment{{/singleComment}}{{ singleComment}}{{value}} comments{{/singleComment}} Click to follow The Independent Online A man has been arrested after a car crashed into barriers outside the Houses of Parliament. Streets around Parliament Square, Millbank and Victoria Tower Gardens have been cordoned off as dozens of armed police swarmed on the scene.
UK counter terror police conducting searches after Westminster incident (65)
UK counter-terrorism officers are conducting searches at several locations in central England after a car-ramming incident in London, the Metropolitan Police said in a press release on Tuesday, Sputnik reported. "Counter-Terrorism officers are carrying out searches at three addresses in the Midlands as part of their ongoing investigation into a collision in Westminster this morning," the press release read.
Italy motorway bridge collapses on Genoa buildings in heavy rains, 'dozens' feared dead (58)
Reuters Staff ROME (Reuters) - A motorway bridge collapsed on Tuesday over the northern Italian port city of Genoa, killing dozens of people according to the local ambulance service, in what the transport minister said was likely to be "an immense tragedy". The collapsed Morandi Bridge is seen in the Italian port city of Genoa August 14, 2018.
Sanders 'can't guarantee' Americans will never hear Trump use racial slur (72)
White House press secretary calls allegations that Trump used the N-word before he was elected ‘salacious' and ‘ridiculous.' By Stephanie Murray 8/14/18, 10:07 PM CET Updated 8/14/18, 10:08 PM CET Omarosa Manigault Newman, a former presidential adviser, is accusing Trump of using the N-word before he was elected.
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