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Iran rejects report on accepting missile talks
Iran on Wednesday categorically dismissed a claim by the Financial Times that it accepted to enter negotiations over its national missile program as well as its regional role during a recent meeting over the 2015 nuclear deal in Brussels.
London ‘put to shame’ by New York fossil fuel divestment
London has been put to shame by New York’s decision to divest city pension funds from fossil fuel companies, according to climate campaigners who accuse the mayor, Sadiq Khan, of fudging a similar promise he made during his election campaign.
Pro-government protest in front of Iranian embassy in London
Pro-Iranian-government demonstrators on Sunday gathered in front of the Iranian embassy in London to condemn counter revolutionary groups activities and show their support for the Iranian Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.
Iran's embassy in London protests media hype in UK
Iran's embassy in London in a letter to the Office of Communications, known as 'Ofcom' objected to the media hype by some Persian-language media in Britain during the recent unrests in Iran.
Queen's message hails terror-hit London and Manchester
The Queen will pay tribute to London and Manchester in her Christmas Day broadcast for the way in which they dealt with this year's terror attacks.
UK: Tensions flare as London protesters rally against Libya slavery (Video)
Around 300 protesters blocked Whitehall and several other roads outside Parliament, in London on Monday, to protest against the enslavement and sale of black Africans in Libya.
Anti-Trump rally at US embassy in London over anti-Muslim videos
UK protesters have gathered outside the US embassy in London to denounce US President Donald Trump’s recent move to re-tweet anti-Muslim videos of a British far-right leader.
London will remain Europe's financial capital
Michael Bloomberg, the businessman and former New York mayor, said London will remain a global financial capital after Brexit.
Two Shia mourners killed in Nigeria: NGO
The London-based Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) has condemned the killing of two Shia Muslims in Nigeria during a peaceful religious procession to mark martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (PBUH) on Sunday.
EU’s Tusk says ‘up to London’ how Brexit ends
EU President Donald Tusk said on Tuesday that the outcome of fraught Brexit talks was “up to London” and that abandoning the EU divorce remained an option for the UK.
Avicenna's book to take center stage at London auction
A copy of a book by the famous 11th century Muslim physician, astronomer and philosopher, Ibn Sina, known as Avicenna in the West, will take the center stage in a London exhibition by Sotheby's — one of the world's largest art brokers.
Son of Concorde' private supersonic jet takes to the skies
It is a plane that could fly from New York to London in just three hours — and finally end the argument over who gets the window seat.
Iran nuclear chief meets UK foreign secretary in London
Iran's top nuclear official Ali Akbar Salehi met British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in the British capital on Wednesday.
British FM: London committed to Iran nuclear deal
Boris Johnson Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in separate phone conversations with Iranian and American counterparts emphasized London compliance with the July 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
AEOI head in London to meet with British officials
Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Ali Akbar Salehi, traveled to London at official invitation of Boris Johnson, the British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.

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