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- Libya vows to expose perpetrators to justice over Bangladeshi killing
- Press Conference by Security Council President on Work Programme for June, July
- Secretary Pompeo’s Call with French Foreign Minister Le Drian
- Greece Protests Turkish Drilling Plans in Mediterranean
- European Union provides EUR 18 million to support the most vulnerable in 20 new municipalities across Libya
Sebastian Vettel controlled Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix at the Marina Bay Street Circuit from start to finish for Red Bull, to win his seventh race of the season and his third on the trot and increase his lead at the top of the Championship standings to 60 from Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso who finished in second 32.6s behind him. The win moves Vettel closer to a fourth world championship.