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British police make arrest over London train attack
British police made their first arrest Saturday over the bombing of a London underground train, detaining a man at the country's main ferry port and describing the development as significant.
UK says to US London wants to keep the JCPOA
British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday said that the UK wants to keep the JCPOA.
London stays world's top finance center despite Brexit
London remains the globe's most attractive financial center, extending its lead over New York despite Britain's looming departure from the European Union, a survey found on Monday.
London festival to host five Iranian films
Five Iranian films will take part in the 61st London International Film Festival.
EU faces growing rift over how to govern bloc: Analyst
There is a growing rift in the European Union between its leaders and public over how to govern the bloc, which may lead to major changes in the EU governing structure, a political analyst in London says.
'Today I saw the fighters', says Conte after London derby triumph
For all the talk of crisis at Stamford Bridge following last week's meltdown against Burnley, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte was left saluting his side on Sunday after the Blues edged Tottenham 2-1 in a match they could just as easily have lost.
Nigerian ailing president to return today after three months
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari will return to the country Saturday after more than three months in London for medical treatment, his office announced, while giving no details on what exactly has been ailing him.
Super-rich agreeing to rent London homes without visiting
Wealthy foreigners are prepared to shell out as much as £25,000 a week renting luxury homes in London without bothering to set foot inside before opening their wallets.
Big Ben to fall silent in London next week as repairs start
Big Ben will fall silent next week in London as a major restoration project gets underway.
Double-decker bus smashes into store in London
A double-decker London bus has smashed into a store building in south London causing multiple casualties, police say.
EU nations' pathetic bid to steal a thousand UK jobs roasted by IOD chief as 'cheesy'
European Union member states trying to steal more than a thousand London jobs are using “cheesy” methods to lure staff away, according to a business chief.
23 cities bid for London-based EU agencies after Brexit
Twenty-three European cities have put themselves forward as candidates to host two London-based EU agencies after they are forced to leave the British capital because of Brexit, the EU said Tuesday.
Kenya plots London Worlds conquest without Rudisha
Kenya’s athletes were set to fly out to London’s World Championships on Tuesday, their hopes for domination battered by the last-minute withdrawal of 800m Olympic champion David Rudisha with a quad injury.
King Bolt eyes final hurrah in London
Sprint superstar Usain Bolt will seek a final golden hurrah when he takes to the track at the IAAF World Championships in London this week.

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