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Thousands of UK environmental activists block London roads, police arrest 113
Thousands of environmental activists in Britain have paralyzed parts of central London by blocking the capital’s most iconic locations in a bid to force the UK government to do more to tackle climate change.
Climate demonstrators block London roads
Thousands of environmental activists paralyzed parts of central London on Monday by blocking Marble Arch, Oxford Circus and Waterloo Bridge in a bid to force the government to do more to tackle climate change.
How police could 'predict' fatal knife attacks
Police could target areas of London which data has predicted as future hotspots of fatal stabbings, a study suggests.
Police open fire after attack outside Ukraine embassy in London
Police in the British capital have fired gunshots to contain an attack in front of the Ukrainian embassy in London with authorities yet to determine whether terrorism had a role.
William Shakespeare's London home 'identified by historian'
New research showed where William Shakespeare lived in London when he was writing ‘Romeo and Juliet’.
Two Iranian docs to vie at London Lift-Off festival
Two Iranian documentaries, including ‘Sara’ by Hadi Shariati and ‘I Must Fly’ by Ghazaleh Razavi, made it into the lineup of the 9th London Lift-Off Film Festival in London slated for April 21 to 28.
‘The Stranger Screeches’ will echo in London
Iranian short, ‘The Stranger Screeches,’ directed by Shahin Heidari, has made it into the lineup of the ninth London Lift-Off Film Festival.
Qatar files lawsuits against UAE, Saudi banks over currency intervention
Qatar has filed three lawsuits in London and New York against Saudi and Emirati banks, accusing them of using what it called overseas currency manipulation to sabotage its economy amid an ongoing Riyadh-led diplomatic and trade boycott against Doha.
Senior UK MP criticizes London’s inaction on Khashoggi case
The top foreign policy official in Britain’s opposition Labour Party has accused the government of doing almost nothing to punish Saudi Arabia for its alleged involvement in the death of a prominent journalist in Turkey last year.
Iranian vocalist Nazeri, Tajik musician Kholov to stage concert in London
Prominent Iranian vocalist Shahram Nazeri and Tajik composer and musician Davlatmand Kholov will stage a performance of Persian, Tajik and Kurdish songs for the first time in London on February 24.
Murray undergoes hip surgery in London
Former world number one Andy Murray underwent a hip resurfacing surgery in London, the 31-year-old Scot said on Tuesday.
Number of murder police in London plummets as crime rises
A series of austerity measures imposed by the British government have left police in London with a significant decrease in the number of officers investigating homicides.
London remains top destination for European tech funding
London remained the top destination in Europe for technology investment in 2018, with nearly double the amount being plowed into companies in the British capital than nearest rival Berlin, data showed on Wednesday.
Police make arrests in London’s pro-Brexit yellow-vest protest
Four people, including a 13-year-old girl, have been arrested during a demonstration to support Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union as protesters donned yellow vests to copy-cat a highly popular movement in France.
Britons call on London mayor to resign over pro-EU fireworks
People across Britain, a country that is leaving the European Union based on results of a referendum that took place more than two years ago, have been outraged by a huge fireworks in London which they say displayed capital’s mayor Sadiq Khan’s loyalty to the EU.

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