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Westminster University students protest against anti-Muslim discrimination (Video)
Students at a London university have held a week-long series of events to protest against anti-Muslim discrimination. The Westminster University students say the institution's authorities are restricting their freedom of speech. Roshan Muhammed Salih reports from London, presstv.com reported.
London set to stay as global finance center
London is set to retain its dominance as the world’s premier financial center despite Brexit uncertainty, according to analysis of company flotations data by EY.
London stabbings: Deadly knife attack every three days in capital as violence soars
Fatal stabbings are taking place every three days in London amid fears of the resurgence of “postcode wars” between rival gangs.
Russia demands answers over illegal search of airplane in London
British authorities have searched a Russian Aeroflot plane at London’s Heathrow airport without providing any reasons for the inspection, Russia’s Embassy in Britain says, describing the incident as a “provocation” and in breach of international law.
Why thousands are expected to stand up to racism in London
Thousands are expected to join an anti-racism march in London aimed at protesting against far-right groups in the UK and Europe.
Araqchi: Trial underway in London for attackers on Iran embassy
Iran’s deputy foreign minister said Wednesday that the British government has pledged to increase the security of the Iranian embassy, meanwhile, the trial of attackers on Iran’s embassy is underway.
Britain’s Ofcom says Russia’s RT could lose license over spy case
Britain's media regulator Ofcom has declared its potential intention to revoke the license of Russia’s RT television if London officially blames Moscow for the death of a former Russian agent.
Iran's ambassador to London threatened with death after embassy attack
Iranian Ambassador to London Hamid Baeidinejad has been threatened with death by a member of an extremist religious group, which recently carried out an attack on the Islamic Republic's embassy in London.
Saudi crown prince welcomed in London amid rights activists protests
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has arrived in London for his controversial three-day visit amid massive outcry and protests against Riyadh’s human rights violations and its deadly war on Yemen.
Weather-related water problems hit 20,000 London homes
More than 20,000 homes in London were left without water or suffered from low pressure because of freezing weather.
Protests planned next week against bin Salman’s visit to UK
High-profile campaign groups plan to hold protests in London next week against a visit to Britain by the powerful Saudi crown prince to raise alarm over Riyadh’s war crimes in Yemen and its human rights record.
Iran, UK deputy FMs to hold talks in London
Deputy foreign ministers of Iran and the UK are scheduled to hold a meeting in London on Wednesday, Iran envoy to London said.
Over 1400 evacuated over London gas leak
A ‘large’ gas leak in London’ West End has shut down the Charing Cross station and prompted the police to evacuate hundreds of people from a hotel and a nightclub, rail operators and the fire brigade say.
Lloyd's of London to divest from coal over climate change
Lloyd’s of London, the world’s oldest insurance market, has become the latest financial firm to announce that it plans to stop investing in coal companies.
London mayor compares Trump's language to Daesh rhetoric
London Mayor Sadiq Khan compared US President Donald Trump’s Twitter attacks against Islam to the tactics used by the Daesh terror group.

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