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(London-Bridge-Attack)

British police searching for a French man missing since Saturday's London Bridge attack say they have recovered a body from the River Thames (TEMS).

The body was found yesterday downstream from the bridge.

Formal I-D has not yet taken place, but they say 45-year-old Xavier Thomas' next of kin have been informed.

If confirmed, he'd be the eighth person killed in the attack that also claimed the life of a Canadian woman.

Thomas was walking with his girlfriend over the bridge when a van began ramming into pedestrians before a stabbing rampage around the nearby Borough Market.

His girlfriend was injured in the attack. (4)

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(Iran-Terror)

The extremist Islamic State group is claiming it was behind a pair of attacks today on Iran's parliament and the shrine of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.

Iranian security officials say the attacks in Tehran have killed two security guards and wounded more than 30 people, with the siege at the legislature still underway and lawmakers holed up inside.

It marks the first attack in Iran claimed by I-SIL, which is at war with Iranian-backed forces in Syria and Iraq.(4)

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(Obama-Montreal)

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met up with former U-S president Barack Obama last night at a west-end Montreal restaurant shortly after Obama delivered a speech to the Montreal Board of Trade.

Trudeau tweeted a picture of the pair talking in the eatery, with the caption "How do we get young leaders to take action in their communities? Thanks @BarackObama for your visit & insights tonight in my hometown."

In his speech, Obama decried what he called the lack of American leadership on climate change, saying his country's absence as an international force on the issue is only temporary. …

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