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As it happened this morning: Thursday, June 28

As it happened this morning: Thursday, June 28
Copyright REUTERS/Jon Nazca
Copyright REUTERS/Jon Nazca
By Alice Cuddy
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News and updates as they happened on Thursday, June 28.

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Today we've been watching:

EU summit: The European Union is still divided over its migration policy. The EU's leaders will meet in Brussels to discuss migration, a controversial proposal to set up asylum-seeker processing centres in northern Africa, security, and the economy.

Merkel migration remarks: German Chancellor Angela Merkel says the challenge of migration "could become the make-or-break one for the EU."

Kenya market fire: At least 15 people have died in a fire at a market in the Kenyan capital Nairobi. The blaze broke out at around 2.30am at Gikomba Market.

Trump's chance to reshape Supreme Court: US Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy is set to retire, giving President Donald Trump the chance to cement a conservative majority on the top court.

You can look back at how the morning's events unfolded in the blog below: 

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