A policeman in London appears to have accidentally revealed an arrest plan for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, in what UK media have branded an embarrassing slip-up by London's Metropolitan Police.
Three men appeared in court in London on Thursday to face accusations of traveling to Pakistan for terrorism training, UK media reported.
British police arrested six people in England on terror charges as security fears are elevated before the Olympic Games.
An additional 1,200 British troops are being placed on standby for the Olympic Games, authorities said Thursday, amid a security fiasco caused by a contractor's failure to supply enough guards for the Games.
British authorities arrested a 22-year-old woman Saturday on suspicion of terror offenses amid heightened security before the London Olympics.
David Nalbandian is under police investigation for an alleged assault after a line judge was injured when the Argentine tennis star kicked over an advertising board in Sunday's Queen's Club final.
Eight UK government ministers were given the right Friday to see written witness statements before the witnesses testify to an independent inquiry into phone hacking and news media ethics.
A UK lawmakers' report takes aim at Rupert Murdoch's role in the phone hacking scandal. CNN's Dan Rivers reports.
Police identified Saturday the man believed to be at the center of a security alert that closed a major shopping street in central London a day earlier.
CNN's Matthew Chance reports on a 49-year-old man who went on a rampage, destroying office equipment in Central London.
Police have arrested the man believed to be at the center of a security alert Friday that closed a major shopping street in central London, a police spokesman said.
British girl Madeleine McCann, who vanished during a 2007 family vacation in Portugal, may still be alive, UK authorities said Wednesday.
London police have asked prosecutors to file charges against at least eight people in connection with phone hacking by journalists, the Crown Prosecution Service said Wednesday.
CNN's Maggie Lake talks to Mark Lewis, attorney for hacking victims, about possible legal action in the U.S.
London's Metropolitan Police was under fire Friday after 10 cases involving alleged racism by police officers were referred to the independent police watchdog for investigation.
A former News of the World journalist who was arrested last August in connection with alleged phone hacking will not face further police action, his lawyer said Wednesday.
CNN's Atika Shubert takes a look at the sentences handed down to those involved in the London riots.
An actor in the Harry Potter movies was jailed for two years Tuesday for his role in riots that swept London last summer.
A 51-year-old man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of intimidation of a witness in connection with an investigation into alleged phone hacking, London's Metropolitan Police said.
CNN's Becky Anderson explains what led to the closure of Rupert Murdoch's tabloid newspaper News of the World.
Rebekah Brooks, the former editor of the British tabloid News of the World and a confidante of its owner, Rupert Murdoch, was arrested Tuesday in connection with a phone-hacking investigation, police said.
London's Metropolitan Police lent a retired horse to Rebekah Brooks when she was an executive at Rupert Murdoch's News International, her spokesman and the police said Tuesday.
Two men were found guilty in London Tuesday of the racist murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence in 1993, London's Metropolitan Police said.
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's e-mail may have been hacked by private investigators working for British newspapers when he was the country's top finance official, the Independent newspaper reported Monday.
Britain's Crown Prosecution Service is considering whether to charge England international footballer John Terry with racist abuse after receiving a full police file on the Chelsea captain.
The recent incident involving Chelsea and England captain John Terry and Queens Park Rangers' Anton Ferdinand has seen the issue of racism in football dominate the headlines.
Two 18-year-old men were detained Wednesday under anti-terrorism legislation as they arrived in Britain from Kenya, where they were initially arrested, London's Metropolitan Police said.
Libya is willing to work with British police to investigate other suspects in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, its justice minister said Wednesday.
Police in London are lining up a huge police operation for the Notting Hill Carnival in the wake of the rioting and looting that hit the city earlier this month.
After four nights of violence, an eerie calm descended Wednesday and continued into Thursday in Britain, where a massive police presence backed by strong words from the prime minister and vigilante efforts appeared to be having their intended effect.
A 71-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an investigation into phone hacking, London's Metropolitan Police said Tuesday.
The mother of a British girl whose murder spurred legislation to protect children says her phone was targeted by a private investigator working for the now-defunct tabloid that led the campaign for the new law.
"We are deeply saddened at the sudden loss of such a gifted musician," her label says in a statement
An autopsy to determine what killed singer Amy Winehouse will not be scheduled before Monday morning, London's Metropolitan Police said Sunday.
CNN's Dan Rivers speaks with a member of London's Metropolitan Police about securing the royal wedding.
London's Metropolitan Police have praised the good behavior of Scotland fans during Sunday's match against Brazil, despite claims by Brazilian striker Neymar that a banana was thrown at him as a form of racist abuse.
Scattered violence broke out Saturday as tens of thousands of demonstrators marched through central London to protest proposed austerity measures and public-sector spending cuts.
Hundreds of demonstrators made their way through the streets of central London on Saturday in protest of budget cuts.
A 34-year-old man has been arrrested on suspicion of murder in the September slaying of a Pakistani politician outside his home, London Metropolitan Police said Thursday.
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.
Police say they arrested a total of 153 people when students protested against planned hikes in university tuition.
Students were braving the wintry weather Tuesday to hold another day of protests against planned hikes in university tuition.
CNN's Phil Black reports on why Britain's students are furious with the government's plans to increase university fees.
A crowd of students marched through central London on Wednesday, disrupting traffic and shouting slogans in a protest against an increase in university tuition.
Specialist police officers were carrying out a detailed search Friday of a spot in a Scottish forest where something mysteriously exploded this week.
A low level of violence is seen in London as students march to protest tuition hikes and spending cuts.
A group of demonstrators broke into the headquarters of Britain's governing Conservative Party in London Wednesday, spray-painting anarchy symbols and setting off flares before being forced out of the building.
The three Pakistani cricket players at the center of betting allegations in London left the United Kingdom on Friday.
A man who worked for a British intelligence agency and was found dead in London this week was seen alive much later than investigators earlier thought, police said Saturday.
An extradition hearing for former Bosnian Vice President Ejup Ganic started Monday, the City of Westminster Magistrates' Court confirmed.
Police in Hong Kong are searching for a man they believe was responsible for the latest acid attack on a popular tourist spot.
The three men arrested Friday night aboard an Emirates Airlines plane at Heathrow Airport had made a verbal threat to staff, police said Saturday.
Spanish police have seized a ship carrying nearly $600 million worth of cocaine, in a joint operation with London's Metropolitan Police, Britain's Serious Organised Crime Agency, and maritime authorities, Scotland Yard announced.
The estimate is nearly $40,000, not $400,000 as was originally reported
British lawmakers Monday elected a new Speaker of the House of Commons Monday after scandal forced the previous speaker to resign last month.
Expenses fiddling revelations are wrecking Parliament's authority, CNN's Robin Oakley reports.
British police will investigate the alleged misuse of parliamentary expenses by "a small number" of lawmakers.
Uk minister quits, call for Brown's resignation. CNN's Don Riddell has the latest from London.
Two British men were convicted Thursday of torturing and killing two French students in London last June, London's Metropolitan Police said.
Singing sensation Susan Boyle has been taken to a private clinic suffering from exhaustion following her shock defeat in the final of "Britain's Got Talent," her brother and British media reported Monday.
Police arrested an American Airlines pilot who failed a Breathalyzer test at London's Heathrow Airport on Wednesday, the airline and police said Thursday.
A police officer was suspended Thursday as part of the investigation into the death of a man during last week's G20 protests in London.
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.
A motorcycle gang carried out a bold smash-and-grab raid on a jewelry store in the center of London -- right in front of a CNN camera.
The singer is ordered to court for an alleged incident at a ball last September
Experts fear that anti-semetic attacks are on the rise in Europe. CNN's Atika Shubert reports.
Michael Bookatz, 32, was walking home one night in January when he noticed a man walking toward him.
A British army officer has been arrested in Afghanistan for allegedly supplying sensitive civilian casualty figures to a human rights campaigner, a British newspaper reported Wednesday.
Twenty-four Greek nationals, including a priest and a neurosurgeon, have been arrested on suspicion of child pornography, Greek police announced Tuesday.
The British government is buying 10,000 Taser stun guns for police officers across England and Wales, Britain's Home Office said Monday.
Harrods department store owner and Egyptian multimillionaire Mohamed Al Fayed was questioned by police Wednesday, a store spokeswoman said, after London Metropolitan Police said a man had been questioned "in connection with an allegation of sexual assault on a girl under 16."
An industrial vacuum cleaner left switched on inside the historic Cutty Sark ship was the most likely cause of the fire last year that gutted the 19th-century tea clipper, police said Tuesday.
Cops arrest a man accused of stealing "sexy" pictures of the future king and his girlfriend
A neighborhood in east London was getting back to normal Saturday after British Army engineers detonated a large World War II bomb unearthed this week on a building site, officials said.
Grammy-award-winning singer Amy Winehouse has been released on bail after her arrest for alleged drug offenses, London's Metropolitan Police said Thursday.
Videos of the chaos and horrified reactions after the July 7, 2005, London transit bombings were shown to jurors Thursday in the trial of three men charged with conspiracy in the case.
A UK jury sees new images from the 2005 London transit bombings. CNN's Paula Newton reports.
London police said Wednesday they had carried out one of Britain's largest simultaneous drug raids, using more than 500 officers to target suspects at more than 30 addresses in a massive pre-dawn operation.
The crew is praised after a British Airways plane lands hard at London's Heathrow airport with no fatalities.
Three men who have been detained at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, arrived back in Britain on Wednesday, London police said.
Police are investigating an incident in which a spectator shone a green 'laser' beam into the face of Chelsea striker Didier Drogba during his side's 1-0 Premier League win at home to London rivals West Ham on Saturday.
The commissioner for Britain's Metropolitan Police has survived a confidence vote by the force's governing body by 15 to seven.
Personal data for 25 million people in the UK child benefit database is lost. ITN's Phil Reay-Smith reports
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown apologized Wednesday for the government's loss of two computer discs containing the personal data of 25 million people, saying there was no excuse and promising a review of data procedures.
The fifth man involved in a plot to bomb London's transport network has been handed a 33-year jail sentence, London's Metropolitan Police confirmed to CNN Tuesday.
UK Police slammed over shooting
Jamaican police are to announce next week that Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer died of natural causes and was not murdered as they had initially stated, Britain's Daily Mail said on Saturday.
British police arrested six people Tuesday in anti-terror raids, Scotland Yard said.
Four Rwandans were arrested on provisional extradition warrants Thursday in Great Britain, charged with crimes related to the 1994 mass killings of members of the Tutsi ethnic group in the African nation.
British investigators believe some of the money raised to help victims of last year's earthquake in Pakistan may have been used to fund the alleged airliner terror plot.
A British tabloid editor and another man have been charged with snooping on other people's voice mail in a probe of wiretapping allegations that centered on Prince Charles' official residence, police have announced.
The U.S. State Department has warned Americans to maintain "a high level of vigilance" while living or traveling in Britain, following the bombings in London last month.
Following is a collection of video stories related to the London bombings.
You may know about scams used by moneychangers, taxi drivers and bartenders, but there is a new danger facing business travelers -- identity theft.
British police say they have charged a man arrested at London's Heathrow Airport with conspiring to cause an explosion.
British police Sunday were granted more time to question nine men who were arrested last week on suspicion of terror-related activities.
One of 13 suspects arrested this week in Britain on suspicion of being involved in terrorist activities has been released.
A 17-year-old suspect arrested by anti-terrorism police in Britain has been charged with conspiracy to cause explosions with intent to injure or damage property.
It could have been a scene straight out of "Casino Royale."
British police say they are investigating the death of a pro-Palestinian activist, shot by an Israeli soldier in Gaza.
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