British Prime Minister David Cameron unveiled new rules to tamp money laundering at a summit in London Thursday, and he urged world leaders to do the same. But his announcement was overshadowed by a gaff. Cameron was overheard telling the Queen that Nigeria and Afghanistan are "fantastically corrupt." Leaders of both countries are attending the summit.
An inquest into the deaths of 96 soccer fans in a British sports stadium has concluded that faulty policing was responsible. The supporters of Liverpool Football Club were crushed to death during a game in 1989. Their relatives had to fight for nearly 30 years to overcome a police cover-up, which included allegations that the fans themselves were to blame for the disaster.
The European Union deal with the Turkish government will result in the return of thousands of asylum-seekers to Turkey. EU leaders hope the deal will put an end to people trying to enter Europe by sea, but Human Rights organizations are deeply opposed to the plan.
Protests erupt across Europe, as aid groups challenge a European Union-Turkey plan to halt migrants. Under pressure, leaders will meet Thursday to try to approve the deal. But the EU has never been more divided.
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