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London protests over man's death leave 4 police hospitalized

Campaigners face-off with police as they protest over the death of 25-year old young father Edir Frederico Da Costa, who died on June 21 six days after he was detained by police, in London Sunday June 25, 2017. Protesters allege Edir Frederico Da Costa was beaten and died of his wounds after being stopped in a car by Police officers in east London, while pathologists have said there were no injuries to suggest severe force was used by police.

Four police officers have been hospitalized and two others less seriously injured following a series of protests in London over the death of a 25-year-old man.

Toll from oil tanker fire in Pakistan climbs to 157

Pakistani rescue workers examine the site of an oil tanker explosion at a highway near Bahawalpur, Pakistan, Sunday, June 25, 2017. An overturned oil tanker burst into flames in Pakistan on Sunday, killing more than one hundred people who had rushed to the scene of the highway accident to gather leaking fuel, an official said. (AP Photo/Iram Asim)

Pakistan's prime minister cut short a trip abroad to rush to the side of victims of a massive fuel tanker fire as authorities on Monday raised the death toll to 157.

Theresa May details post-Brexit plans for EU citizens in UK

British Prime Minister Theresa May tried Monday to reassure European Union citizens living in Britain that their lives and those of their family will not be disrupted when Britain leaves the EU in 2019.

Cyprus signs deal to build 'Europe's largest casino'

Cyprus signed a deal Monday for the construction of what officials say will be Europe's biggest casino.

Mongolia's ruling party candidate loses in presidential race

The Mongolian ruling party's candidate lost in presidential elections to a populist business tycoon and a nationalist wanting the country to benefit more from its mineral wealth, preliminary results early Tuesday showed. The election was headed for a runoff.

Swedish government announces release of hostage in Mali

A Swedish man kidnapped by Islamic militants in northern Mali nearly six years ago has been released from captivity, the Swedish government confirmed Monday.

UK's May makes deal she needs to govern, but critics abound

Prime Minister Theresa May forged a deal with a Northern Ireland party Monday that should give her struggling minority government enough votes to get her agenda endorsed, but at a high cost: more than 1 billion pounds in new funds for Northern Ireland and resentment from Britain's other regions.

Albania's governing Socialists far ahead in early vote count

Albania's left-wing Socialist Party appeared headed for a new governing mandate based on preliminary election results Monday from an election seen as crucial to the country's bid to launch membership negotiations with the European Union.

Brother of boxer Julio Cesar Chavez slain in home in Mexico

The brother of legendary boxer Julio Cesar Chavez was killed in his home in western Mexico, state authorities said Monday.

Brazil leader defiant amid possible charges, mounting woes

Facing possible corruption charges and tanking popularity, beleaguered Brazilian President Michel Temer on Monday said his government couldn't be toppled and Latin America's largest nation had no "Plan B."

Romania president nominates ex-economy minister as premier

Romanian President Klaus Iohannis on Monday nominated the outgoing economy minister as the new prime minister, saying the country needed to end a political crisis.

The Latest: UK government pledges more fire survivor funds

The Latest on Britain's response to the Grenfell Tower fire (all times local):

13 still missing after tourist boat sinks in Colombia

Scuba divers on Monday continued searching for bodies in a reservoir near the Colombian city of Medellin where a tourist boat packed with more than 150 passengers capsized, leaving at least seven people dead and 13 missing.

Canada nurse gets life for killing 8 people in her care

A judge has sentenced a former nurse to life behind bars for killing eight elderly people in her care.

Company curbs sale of panels used on burned London high-rise

American cladding maker Arconic said Monday it is discontinuing global sales of one type of composite paneling for use on high-rise buildings following the deadly fire at a London apartment tower as Britain's government sought to manage a burgeoning fire safety crisis.

Woman leads UK Changing of the Guard ceremony

A Canadian captain made history Monday by becoming the first female infantry officer to lead the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace in London.

Russian navy test-fires submarine-launched missile

The Russian military says it has successfully test-fired a submarine-launched intercontinental ballistic missile.

French president pushes for further peace talks over Ukraine

Further peace talks over the Ukrainian crisis will be held in the coming days, French president Emmanuel Macron said Monday, following a meeting in Paris with his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko.

Argentine officials: at least 15 die when bus flips, 21 hurt

Argentine officials say a bus carrying students, parents and teachers from a dance school has flipped on a provincial highway, killing at least 15 people.