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Police say 58 people are now presumed to have died in Wednesday's tower block fire in London and warned that number could rise.
The British prime minister Theresa May has admitted initial support for victims wasn't good enough.
French voters head to the polls for parliamentary elections.
The newly elected president Emmanuel Macron is expected to win a landslide victory with his party.
But voter turnout is expected to be low because of voter fatigue.
Officials say a forest fire in central Portugal has killed at least 25 people.
Several others have been injured including firefighters.
The Secretary of the Interior said most of the victims had burned to death in their vehicles.
The bodies of a number of US sailors who are missing after their Navy destroyer was involved in a collision of the Japanese coast have been found.