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London fire: Police release images of devastating tower inferno

Authorities in London on Sunday released three photos from inside the charred apartment building, which show in close detail how the fire devastated the 24-story building that once housed 600 people. One photo shows a burnt-out elevator on an undisclosed ... read more

London fire: Police release images of devastating tower inferno

The British government has announced that a minute's silence will be held at 11am tomorrow to remember those who lost their lives and all those affected by the fire at Grenfell Tower in London. "We've always been advocates of automatic fire sprinkler ... read more

London fire: Police release images of devastating tower inferno

"We have cancelled the spiritual retreat so that we can offer bedding to people", said Tabassum Awan, who is volunteering at the mosque. Earlier, a sign at a Tube station said that the service suspension was because of the "safety" of nearby Grenfell Tower ... read more

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London fire: Police release images of devastating tower inferno

After fire ravaged the 24-storey block in the early hours of Wednesday, Scotland Yard said at least 58 people had died, or are missing and presumed dead. He says it may be necessary for numerous outmoded tower blocks built in the 1970s to be demolished ... read more

London fire: Police release images of devastating tower inferno

Two British officials said Sunday that exterior cladding used in a renovation of the high-rise may have been banned under United Kingdom building regulations. Hands cautioned Sunday that investigators still don't know exactly what cladding was used when ... read more

London fire: Police release images of devastating tower inferno

Met police commander Stuart Cundy told a media briefing Friday that 30 people were known to have died, including one person who died in hospital after being rescued. "The terrible reality is, as I've said before, is that due to the intensity of the fire ... read more


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