Dennis Rodman has presented a North Korean minister with a copy of Donald Trump's book on the final day of his action packed tour of the communist country. The former basketballer handed over The Art Of The Deal to the sports minister during a meeting on a restaurant boat on Taedong River.A supporter of Mr Trump, Rodman appeared on the US Celebrity Apprentice, and earlier this week said he thought the President would be "pretty happy" about his visit.
The Prime Minister has been confronted by angry crowds after meeting victims of the Grenfell Tower fire in Kensington. Mrs May had received criticism after visiting the scene of the blaze on Thursday, but failing to meet any of the survivors.She returned to the site today, this time meeting victims and residents, but was met with cries of "coward" and "shame on you" as she left under heavy police escort.
The first victim of the Grenfell Tower tragedy has been confirmed as 23-year-old Syrian refugee Mohammed Alhajali. After attempting to leave the flat with his older brother Omar, the pair became separated and Mr Alhajali returned upstairs to his 14th floor flat. :: Dogs search tower for bodies Image: Mr Alhajali was described as 'kind and charitable'.
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