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Two men arrested in London terror probeupdated: Thu Jun 28 2012 11:20:00

Two men were arrested in London on Thursday on suspicion of terror offenses, police said.

Surveillance video shows shooting that paralyzed girl, 5, in Londonupdated: Tue Mar 27 2012 14:49:00

Wearing a pink dress and red cardigan, her long hair in pigtails, 5-year-old Thusha Kamaleswaran skips and twirls in the aisle of her uncle's small London store.

Girl caught in gang rivalry crossfireupdated: Tue Mar 27 2012 14:49:00

Newly-released images of a little girl caught in the crossfire of a gang rivalry in London. ITN's Jon Clements reports.

Harry Potter actor jailed for 2 years over London riotsupdated: Wed Mar 21 2012 05:20:00

An actor in the Harry Potter movies was jailed for two years Tuesday for his role in riots that swept London last summer.

Occupy London still standingupdated: Wed Feb 22 2012 06:10:00

Two months and two court cases later, Occupy London is still going strong. CNN's Erin McLaughin reports.

Occupy London loses eviction fightupdated: Wed Feb 22 2012 06:10:00

Occupy London protesters who have been camped outside the landmark St. Paul's Cathedral for the past four months lost their court bid to avoid eviction Wednesday in a decision made by London's Court of Appeal.

Occupy London protesters lose court eviction battleupdated: Wed Jan 18 2012 14:36:00

Occupy London protesters who have been camped outside the landmark St. Paul's Cathedral for the past three months lost their court bid to avoid eviction Wednesday.

Australian named head of men's tennisupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 13:05:00

Brad Drewett is the new head of men's tennis after being appointed as the ATP Tour's executive chairman on Thursday.

24 arrested in London student tuition protestupdated: Wed Nov 09 2011 12:58:00

Twenty-four people were arrested Wednesday during a London student protest over increased tuition fees, authorities said.

Murdoch to sell historic London newspaper HQupdated: Tue Sep 06 2011 04:24:00

Rupert Murdoch's News International, which is embroiled in a scandal over illegal eavesdropping and police bribery, is selling its flagship building in London's Wapping district, the company announced Monday. Kate Hudson Loads Up on Maternity Clothes in Londonupdated: Fri May 20 2011 14:47:00

• She's gearing up for motherhood! While in London, Kate Hudson and finacé Matthew Bellamy stopped into maternity store Séraphine for a little shopping. The actress spent around $450 during the visit, picking up a halter neck swimsuit ($79) and a nursing sweater ($108), among other items.

London student protester gets 32-month sentenceupdated: Tue Jan 11 2011 09:22:00

A student protester who threw a fire extinguisher off the roof of Conservative Party headquarters during a demonstration last year was sentenced to two years and eight months in prison Tuesday, Southwark Crown Court in London said.

London protests turn violentupdated: Tue Jan 11 2011 09:22:00

CNN was in London as students protested tuition hikes on the city's streets. Kate Middleton Bargain Hunts in Londonupdated: Thu Jan 06 2011 11:18:00

• Even a princess-to-be loves a good deal! Kate Middleton and mother Carole were spotted shopping at Peter Jones department store in London's Sloane Square for clothes on the sales rack.

London police searching for stolen 300-year-old Stradivariusupdated: Wed Dec 08 2010 05:14:00

Detectives looking for a 300-year-old violin stolen from a London train station this week said Wednesday they are following up leads in the case.

This month on The Screening Roomupdated: Wed Aug 11 2010 08:56:00

On this month's edition of The Screening Room we visit London's quirkiest cinematic venues, offering film-buffs an alternative to the multiplex.

Protesters disrupt London oil conferenceupdated: Tue Jun 22 2010 05:38:00

Protesters on Tuesday briefly disrupted a London oil conference that BP boss Tony Hayward pulled out of a day earlier.

100 firefighters battle London blazeupdated: Thu Mar 11 2010 05:52:00

A hundred firefighters and 25 fire engines were at the scene of an early-morning fire over four floors of a building in East London, a London Fire Brigade spokesman said Thursday.

$104 million for a sculpture?updated: Sun Feb 07 2010 10:19:00

A sculpture is now the most expensive piece of art ever sold at auction for a record price of $104 million. Jon Wertheim: Davydenko back among game's bestupdated: Mon Nov 30 2009 12:59:00

1. He might not have the largest fan base and he might not rake in the endorsements, but it's awfully hard to deny Nikolay Davydenko his props. The Russian veteran won the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London, beating a "Who's Who" of men's tennis, including Roger Federer and Juan Martin del Potro in the final two matches. His powers of recovery were remarkable, as he played match after grueling match and still returned with sufficient reserves the following day. And, in a larger sense, his powers of recovery are admirable. He's returned from both injuries and an unfortunate controversy to reassert himself as a top-five player.

Fire engulfs London apartmentsupdated: Thu Nov 26 2009 08:12:00

150 people were evacuated after fire engulfed a building site and apartment block in south London.

310 evacuated after huge fire in Londonupdated: Thu Nov 26 2009 08:12:00

Authorities evacuated 310 people from their homes early Thursday because of a major fire at a building site and nearby apartments in south London, fire officials and police said.

Panorama of London's NBA gameupdated: Wed Oct 07 2009 10:58:00

The visit of the NBA to London on Monday, in the form of a preseason friendly between the Chicago Bulls and the Utah Jazz, could be seen as an important step in the global growth of the American sports franchise.

Cleaning fluid causes scare at London train stationupdated: Sat Sep 19 2009 02:32:00

British Transport Police said Saturday they are investigating after a man left a bag containing a corrosive substance at a train station outside London.

8 arrested at protest outside mosque in Londonupdated: Fri Sep 11 2009 17:50:00

Protesters threw bricks and bottles Friday at police outside a mosque in London after about 1,000 people showed up to counter a planned a right-wing demonstration there, police said.

Another arrested in London $65M heistupdated: Thu Aug 20 2009 21:32:00

London police arrested another man in connection with this month's brazen jewelry store robbery of some $65 million worth of gems, Metropolitan Police said.

London police arrest 2 in bold $65M jewelry heistupdated: Wed Aug 19 2009 21:40:00

Two men were arrested Wednesday in connection with this month's brazen London jewelry store robbery of millions of dollars worth of gems, Metropolitan Police said.

Shocking jewel heistupdated: Wed Aug 12 2009 16:45:00

Two men walk out of a London jewelry store having pulled off the biggest jewel heist in British history. From ITN.

Man arrested over $65M jewelry heistupdated: Wed Aug 12 2009 16:45:00

London police have arrested a man in connection with a brazen daylight robbery of a jewelry store last week, they announced Wednesday.

Sharp-suited London jewel robbers grab $65Mupdated: Wed Aug 12 2009 09:10:00

Two men are being sought for questioning in the brazen daylight robbery of a jewelry store last week, in which some $65 million in merchandise was stolen, authorities said Tuesday. London beefs security, Soci on trackupdated: Mon Jul 20 2009 14:43:00

LONDON (AP) -- The government says organizers of the 2012 London Olympics will spend $31.4 million of reserve funds to help secure games venues from terrorist attacks.

Fire in London's Soho districtupdated: Mon Jul 13 2009 12:23:00

Firefighters battle a blaze that engulfed the four-story offices of a major film company in central London.

Blaze rages in London's Soho districtupdated: Mon Jul 13 2009 12:23:00

A massive fire engulfed the four-story offices of a major film company in central London on Friday, sending clouds of white smoke over the city skyline, the London fire department said.

Several killed in London blazeupdated: Sat Jul 04 2009 12:08:00

CNN's Phil Black reports on a London apartment fire in which several were killed.

Six killed in London high-rise fireupdated: Sat Jul 04 2009 12:08:00

Six people were killed, including three children, when a fire broke out in a high-rise apartment building in south London on Friday afternoon, officials said.

Flash mob moonwalkupdated: Fri Jun 26 2009 16:11:00

A flash mob moonwalk was organized in London as a unique tribute to Michael Jackson. CNN's Don Riddell reports.

Jackson fans stage mass 'moonwalk' in Londonupdated: Fri Jun 26 2009 16:11:00

A huge crowd gathered in London, UK on Friday for a mass "moonwalk" -- paying tribute to Michael Jackson by dancing to his most iconic songs and replicating his famous walk.

London: What to seeupdated: Mon Jun 22 2009 04:28:00

Where do you begin in a city of this size? How about at the lively South Bank of the Thames, near Waterloo Station? Start with a spin on the London Eye, a colossal Ferris that will take you up 130 meters for an unmatched view of the city.

Iranians protest in Londonupdated: Sun Jun 14 2009 22:08:00

Hundreds of people wave Iranian flags outside the Iranian embassy in London to protest Pres. Ahmadinejad's re-election. Birthday Girl Sasha Obama Takes in London's Lion Kingupdated: Wed Jun 10 2009 14:48:00

The First Daughter and her older sister, mother and a pal sit in a special theater box

London commuters battle subway strikeupdated: Wed Jun 10 2009 07:45:00

London commuters crammed onto buses, scrambled for taxis, cycled or simply walked on Wednesday as a strike by Tube workers shut down most of the subway network.

Report: London bombings could not have been preventedupdated: Wed May 20 2009 02:18:00

The 2005 London bombings on three subway trains and a bus, which killed 52 people, could not have been prevented, according to an official report into the attacks released Tuesday.

Review: Ska legends still Special 30 years onupdated: Mon May 18 2009 11:39:00

British new wave ska legends The Specials rounded off the Brixton leg of their 30th anniversary tour with an electric performance that threatened to bring the crumbling south London venue crashing to the ground.

A fan's view of London's football festivalupdated: Thu May 07 2009 13:10:00

London is a city used to playing host to the festival of football matches, home to five clubs in the English Premier League alone, not to mention a myriad of smaller clubs from lower divisions, it seems the next game is just around the corner; sometimes literally. But even for this soccer-saturated town, the last seven days were a bit special with the hosting of not one, but two Champions League semifinals.

Three affordable European mini hotel chainsupdated: Tue May 05 2009 08:53:00

With rates as low as $36, these flashy new European hotels take the convenience of the pod concept and expand it with style.

Three cleared of aiding London bombersupdated: Tue Apr 28 2009 13:06:00

A jury Tuesday acquitted three men of charges that they helped the bombers who carried out the July 7, 2005, attacks on the London transportation system.

Global markets surge on U.S. optimismupdated: Thu Apr 02 2009 16:28:00

Shares on Wall Street surged higher Thursday, following a global market upswing amid renewed optimism as G-20 leaders in London agreed a deal on lifting the global economy out of crisis.

Fortune: Six questions for G-20 leadersupdated: Thu Apr 02 2009 06:28:00

French President Nicolas Sarkozy is threatening to walk if there's no agreement on new and more stringent international financial regulation. German Chancellor Angela Merkel may throw a fit of her own if other countries keep insisting that the Germans have room for a bigger economic stimulus package. The Russians and Chinese want to get some control over the International Monetary Fund, and if there's one issue on which there is a wide consensus, it's that American corporate greed and negligent financial oversight is to blame for all the mess.

City bankers bow to pressure dress downupdated: Thu Apr 02 2009 04:36:00

Suits were swapped for jeans and sneakers throughout London's financial district today, as bankers heeded warnings to dress down to avoid the potential wrath of G-20 protestors.

Protesters scuffle in London's financial heartupdated: Wed Apr 01 2009 22:13:00

Police and protesters skirmished around the Bank of England on Wednesday as world leaders gathered for the G-20 summit.

On the world stageupdated: Wed Apr 01 2009 22:04:00

Mr. Obama and British PM make a statement ahead of the G-20 summit in London. Obamas Prepare to Meet Queen Elizabethupdated: Wed Apr 01 2009 12:28:00

The day will also bring dinner with J.K. Rowling - cooked by celeb chef Jamie Oliver

Protesters unite in Londonupdated: Sat Mar 28 2009 22:06:00

Demanding jobs, climate control and social justice, about 35,000 protesters marched in London ahead of the G-20 summit.

G-20 police: We won't tolerate violent protestsupdated: Fri Mar 27 2009 13:52:00

London police said Thursday they are planning one of the largest and most complex operations in their history as the city gears up to host the G-20 summit next week.

Operator ordered to sell British airportsupdated: Thu Mar 19 2009 06:58:00

Britain's competition watchdog has ordered airport operator BAA to sell three of its seven airports, including two in London.

Firefighters battle blaze in central Londonupdated: Wed Mar 18 2009 16:16:00

A fire raged for hours in central London Wednesday, sending black smoke high into the air over the city.

Fire in downtown Londonupdated: Wed Mar 18 2009 16:16:00

A fire broke out in central London Wednesday, sending black smoke high into the air over the city.

Cheap art thrives in tight marketupdated: Fri Mar 13 2009 14:00:00

The sales of non-essential luxury goods have plummeted since the recession hit. No sector has been spared.

London wants volunteers to be tourist landmarkupdated: Thu Feb 26 2009 11:53:00

The famous "empty" fourth plinth in London's Trafalgar Square is to be occupied by volunteers for 100 consecutive days, 24 hours a day, the artist Antony Gormley has announced.

Vintage style is back in retro-mad Londonupdated: Mon Feb 23 2009 09:20:00

From Fitzrovia to Covent Garden, London is embracing its charming -- and sometimes cheeky -- past. Every era, from the roaring '20s to the swinging '60s, is represented, with new takes on old-fashioned locales: chip and sweets shops, hidden Prohibition-style hangouts, even ballrooms.

Plane crash-lands in Londonupdated: Fri Feb 13 2009 18:17:00

A British Airways commuter plane makes a hard landing at London City airport. CNN's Richard Quest reports.

iReporters in London snowstormupdated: Sat Feb 07 2009 01:15:00

CNN's Errol Barnett shows us what iReporters living in London are faced with during the largest snowstorm in decades.

Travelers' guide to frosty Londonupdated: Fri Feb 06 2009 09:09:00

Days after thick snow brought London to a standstill, the traditional drizzle has returned and it is business as usual in the bustling British capital.

Snow disruption could cost UK economy $5 billionupdated: Tue Feb 03 2009 13:37:00

Questions were being asked Tuesday about how snow in Britain caused so much disruption to travel and education as analysts said the cost to the economy could be as much as £3.5 billion ($5 billion).

London hit by snowupdated: Tue Feb 03 2009 03:21:00

CNN's Paula Newton reports on a severe winter storm that has brought business to a halt in London.

Spanish police arrest 6 over $600M London share fraudupdated: Wed Jan 28 2009 06:28:00

Spanish police have arrested six people linked to a $600 million fraud on the London stock market, after an investigation started by British authorities four years ago, a National Police statement said Wednesday.

Pakistan arrests London bombings suspectupdated: Thu Jan 22 2009 03:52:00

Pakistan has arrested a suspected al Qaeda militant who intelligence officials say is tied to the London subway bombings in 2005, authorities there said Thursday.

CNNMoney: World markets slide on economic fearsupdated: Wed Jan 21 2009 04:53:00

European markets opened solidly in negative territory Wednesday, following earlier selloffs across Asia and on Wall Street.

Guerilla gardeners in actionupdated: Fri Jan 09 2009 11:07:00

Renegade urban gardeners hit an abandoned flowerbed by a busy roundabout in London.

London: A local's viewupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:46:00

Patricia Neal is a 29-year-old American living in London. She documents her experiences in her blog "London a la Mode" and here she writes for CNN about life in the English capital.

London: Seasonal guideupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:45:00

There's a never a dull moment in London -- the only problem is trying to keep up with it all... Here are some annual events you won't want to miss.

London: Insider tipsupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:44:00

If the bustle and stress of city life is getting too much for you there are some fantastic places away from central London where you can unwind. The London Wetland Centre in Barnes is a 43-acre wetland reserve and an oasis for all manner of rare birds and wild flowers.

London: Where to shopupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:43:00

The perfect place to exercise your credit card, London has a number of world-class department stores. It's worth enduring the crowds to visit Harrods (87-135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge), a name synonymous with luxury. The prices can be hair raising but the ornate food halls are a great place to pick up a Harrods-branded souvenir.

London: Where to eatupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:42:00

In London you can sample food from anywhere in the world. The city boasts excellent eateries serving everything from Ethiopian to Peruvian cuisine, but right now traditional British food is having something of a revival, showcasing the best seasonal ingredients the isles have to offer.

London: Where to be seenupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:42:00

Pubs and bars are the social glue that keep the city's population from fragmenting into anonymity. Recent years have seen the traditional London pubs joined by fancy Euro bars and New-York style cocktail lounges.

London: Where to stayupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:40:00

Accommodation in London is extortionate, with a dearth of decent budget options. But once you've resigned yourself to paying top dollar, you'll find there is no shortage of quality hotels.

London: City overviewupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:39:00

Dirty, noisy and unbelievably expensive, London is a vast cosmopolitan melting pot of people, ideas and energy. There's not so much a buzz about the place as a deafening roar, and somewhere behind the incessant bustle is 2,000 years of history struggling to be heard.

Madonna's Guy about townupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:39:00

Guy Ritchie re-invented the British gangster movie with his stylish crime capers "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" and "Snatch."

An upturn for London's upturned table?updated: Tue Jan 06 2009 06:34:00

Plans to rejuvenate a dilapidated London icon -- known worldwide to movie and music fans -- were unveiled last week.

UK Egyptian embassy protestsupdated: Sat Jan 03 2009 22:58:00

Protesters gather outside the Egyptian embassy in London. CNN's Lonzo Cook reports.

London: Thousands protest Israeli airstrikesupdated: Sat Jan 03 2009 22:58:00

Thousands of people gathered Saturday in London to protest Israeli airstrikes on Gaza, in one of several demonstrations planned across Britain.

Law is mightier than man's abusive penupdated: Fri Jan 02 2009 05:18:00

A British man has been banned from carrying pens and spray paint in public after writing abusive comments about women in toilets and buses, according to media reports.

UK bomb plot doctor jailed for 32 yearsupdated: Wed Dec 17 2008 06:57:00

An Iraqi doctor was jailed for at least 32 years Wednesday for his part in a car bomb attack at a busy Scottish airport in June 2007 and failed attacks in London a day earlier.

Doctor reveals new face of terroristupdated: Tue Dec 16 2008 11:23:00

The conviction of a terrorist doctor in the UK exposes how any section of society can become radicalized, a top police officer said Tuesday. VIDEO: Britney Spears Brings 'Womanizer' to Londonupdated: Mon Dec 01 2008 07:31:00

Wearing black hot pants and knee-high boots to Simon Cowell's UK show, the pop star says she feels "awesome"

Looking up in November?updated: Mon Nov 03 2008 06:36:00

CNN's Eunice Yoon takes a look at the start of a new trading month for the Asian markets.

Anthrax death sparks London health alertupdated: Mon Nov 03 2008 05:58:00

Health experts were on Monday examining the home and workshop of a London drum-maker who died after inhaling anthrax spores while handling imported animal skins. Lisa Altobelli: NFL thinks globally with Chargers-Saints in Londonupdated: Fri Oct 24 2008 10:57:00

Saints defensive end Will Smith had one word to describe his stay in England since the team landed at Heathrow on the red eye Monday morning -- peaceful. That has something to do with their accommodations at The Grove, a five-star luxury estate 18 miles north of London. It's situated on a championship golf course where Tiger Woods took the AmEx Championship two years ago -- not that Smith has been working on his backswing since landing. On the contrary, it's been all football.

A holy grail for art and history loversupdated: Fri Oct 24 2008 10:45:00

It is a strange feeling to think you could be standing before an object that may be the Holy Grail, but visitors to the new Byzantium 330-1453 exhibition at London's Royal Academy will be able to experience just that frisson between now and March 2009.

Will the art bubble burst?updated: Wed Oct 22 2008 12:29:00

Events in London's art world last weekend sent out contrasting signals as to the future of the global art market.

Six of the best: London film festivalsupdated: Wed Oct 22 2008 12:27:00

As Hollywood stars such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Penelope Cruz grace the red carpet at the 52nd London Film Festival, the UK's capital city shows it has become a thriving, creative hub for filmmaking. Source: Madonna Plans to Raise Her Kids in New Yorkupdated: Tue Oct 21 2008 08:41:00

Despite homes in L.A. and London, "Madonna is a New Yorker," a source tells PEOPLE

Transforming England's towns into green and pleasant landupdated: Mon Oct 20 2008 04:20:00

To begin with, visitors to Todmorden, Yorkshire, might think it looks like any other small town in northern England.

CNNMoney: Japan rebounds, Europe holds gainsupdated: Fri Oct 17 2008 08:35:00

Major European markets moved higher Friday, taking their cues from the Dow Jones industrial average's 400-point rebound a day earlier.

Financial market mayhemupdated: Fri Oct 10 2008 16:16:00

Financial analyst Todd Benjamin gives some insight on the downturn of global markets.

Fortune: London keeps up appearances, for nowupdated: Thu Oct 09 2008 16:54:00

Well, at least The City looks good.

Doctors accused over airport bombing on trialupdated: Thu Oct 09 2008 06:02:00

Two men accused of failed car bomb attacks in London and a car bombing at Glasgow International Airport last year went on trial Thursday. European Markets Tumble After Asian Slide updated: Wed Oct 08 2008 08:00:00

European markets tumbled in early trading amid ongoing fears about the state of credit markets despite the British government's $87.5 billion rescue package for the banking system Meat Loaf Blames Rambling Speech on 'Vertigo'updated: Tue Oct 07 2008 11:27:00

The befuddled singer was helped off stage at a U.K. awards show, triggering health fears

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