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Egyptian treasures on display in London exhibition
Treasures from the tomb of boy-king Tutankhamun is on show in London as part of what organizers say is their last world tour before they return to Egypt for good.
London Fire Brigade ire of public, Grenfell inquiry
The release of the first phase of the Grenfell Tower inquiry has produced a massive public outcry over the failure of the London Fire Brigade’s (LFB) response to the tragedy that killed 72 people in 2017.
39 dead in truck were Chinese: Report
The victims were discovered in a container on the back of a truck in Grays, east of London, on Wednesday, shortly after arriving by ferry from Belgium.
Art that survived Daesh and Saddam era to go on display in London
Kurdish artworks that survived Saddam Hussein’s use of chemical weapons as well as Daesh’s cultural vandalism will go on display at a London gallery today and will run until October 26.
More information emerges on Johnson's support for American model
Embattled Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been hit by fresh controversy, this time, focused on his tenure as London mayor.
Thousands of teenagers drawn into 'county lines' dealing in London
More than 4,000 children and young people have been recruited by “county lines” drug gangs in London alone, a report revealed.
Next week London is set to host the world's biggest arms fair
In the latest bid to oust the world’s largest arms fair from London, the capital’s mayor has reportedly told the organizers that they are not welcome in his city.
London climate change protesters daub Brazilian embassy blood red
Climate change protesters threw red paint onto the Brazilian Embassy in London on Tuesday to demonstrate against damage to the Amazon rainforest and what they described as violence against indigenous peoples living there.
John Bolton arrives in London to shape UK policy on Iran
United States national security advisor, John Bolton, arrived in London on August 11, on a trip that is being widely interpreted as an attempt by the US to fully sign up the UK to its “maximum pressure” policy on Iran.
Analysis: Examining British Support for the Bahraini Dictatorship
On the evening of July 26, Bahraini embassy staff in London attempted to throw a protester, one Moosa Abd-Ali, off the roof.
‘Azar’ to add new color to Rainbow festival in London
Iranian film ‘Azar’, directed by Mohammad Hamzei and produced by Niki Karimi is slated to be screened at the 20th edition of the Rainbow Film Festival in London.
Scotland’s Drug Mortality Scandal: A Case of Neglect by London?
Recently released figures, which suggest Scotland may have the highest drugs mortality rate in the world, have caused shock and consternation in Scotland, as well as across the rest of Britain.
Smaller London home-price drop shows bottom near
London house prices fell less than usual this month as sellers held back in a sign that the market may be stabilizing, according to Rightmove.
China's envoy to London laments 'Cold War mentality'
China is not interested in a diplomatic war with Britain but rejects the “Cold War mentality” it has seen from some British politicians over Hong Kong, China’s Ambassador to London said on Sunday.

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