• Trump out of criticism of mayor London

    Trump out of criticism of mayor London

    washington June 4, 2017 15:06 Hot Recent News

    US President Donald Trump has fiercely addressed the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan. That twittered after the attacks that the residents of London were not to be alarmed by the increased presence of armed forces, an unusual image for England.

  • May: No connection between the attacks

    May: No connection between the attacks

    london June 4, 2017 13:54 Hot Recent News

    There is no connection between the terrorist attacks that Britain has hit in the last three months. That said British Prime Minister Theresa May Sunday at a press conference on the two attacks struck London on Saturday night.

  • Heart warming; Spontaneous lodging address offered

    Heart warming; Spontaneous lodging address offered

    london June 4, 2017 13:33 Hot Recent News

    In all the misery that comes up with a terrible attack, the story of Sue, Steve and Chloe is heartwarming. Sue and Steve Brinklow live in Southend, something east of London but chose a weekend in the capital. Shortly after they found that they could not reach their hotel because the area was closed, London Chloe offered a spontaneous solution.

  • King couple: a sad day

    King couple: a sad day

    the hague June 4, 2017 13:30 Hot Recent News

    On Twitter, King William Alexander and Queen Máxima report: 'Again, GB has been hit by a terrorist act. Our thoughts are among the victims in London and the people who got injured. With them and with their families, we feel connected on this sad day. ''

  • Juncker: cowards do not undermine EU values

    Juncker: cowards do not undermine EU values

    brussels June 4, 2017 13:24 Hot Recent News

    'The cowards who committed these attacks will not undermine our resilience, compassion or our democracies.' This is what Jean-Claude Juncker, European Commission president, said in a statement following the London attacks. He sent the British Prime Minister Theresa May a letter with the same message.

  • Police London enters property

    Police London enters property

    london June 4, 2017 13:21 Hot Recent News

    The London police have invaded a building in the east of the city on Sunday. According to SkyNews, one of the attackers lived in the building. The police have not yet confirmed that the invasion is due to Saturday night attacks.

  • 'We slipped behind a bar'

    'We slipped behind a bar'

    london June 4, 2017 13:03 Hot Recent News

    'I've had so much fun. Those guys have entered all sorts of pubs, but not ours. 'That's what the Dutch Bahar tells the drama near London Bridge that played on Saturday night. Bahar has lived in London for several years and would rather not be named with her last name. 'I love my privacy,' she says.

  • May: Too much tolerance for extremism

    May: Too much tolerance for extremism

    london June 4, 2017 12:03 Hot Recent News

    British Prime Minister Theresa May believes there is too much tolerance for extremism in the United Kingdom. At a press conference on the two attacks that took place on Saturday night, she condemned the 'wicked' ideology of perpetrators. 'It's time to say enough is enough. The perpetrators of the attacks all had one thing in common: a radical Islamic background. There must be harder opposition. '

  • Ariana Grande sings for Manchester

    Ariana Grande sings for Manchester

    manchester June 4, 2017 09:21 Hot Recent News

    The American popidol Ariana Grande is making her awaits at the benefit concert for victims of the attack in Manchester on Sunday. Together with Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams and Take That, she wants to express her sympathy. The tens of thousands of tickets for the One Love Manchester event were sold out within 20 minutes.

  • Fifth attack in Europe in half year time

    Fifth attack in Europe in half year time

    london June 4, 2017 08:45 Hot Recent News

    There is an icy silence around London Bridge and Borough Market. The eight bells of St Paul's are hanging above the Thames water. Like a Sunday morning, but now everything gets more meaning after another attack. The attack on Saturday night in London is the fifth within six months in Western Europe. In three cases, the attack took place in England. Four times a car was used as a scavenger.

  • No election campaign on Sunday

    No election campaign on Sunday

    london June 4, 2017 07:30 Hot Recent News

    There is no national election campaign in London on Sunday in Britain with the victims of the London attack by politicians, according to the commercial sender ITV. The British are going to the polls for parliamentary elections on Thursday.

  • Police: London incidents are terrorist acts

    Police: London incidents are terrorist acts

    london June 4, 2017 05:12 Hot Recent News

    The London police have labeled two violent incidents of Saturday night as terrorist acts. It is about the London Bridge incident, involving a bus on passers-by and a sting incident in a restaurant in the nearby Borough Market entertainment district.

  • Photo shows shot shot nurse

    Photo shows shot shot nurse

    london June 4, 2017 05:03 Hot Recent News

    On a photo posted by an Italian photographer on Instagram, one of the perpetrators of the assault is shown. A man in military clothes is lying on the ground and wearing a belt, but it turned out to be fake later.

  • Nigel Farage pictured at FBI research

    Nigel Farage pictured at FBI research

    london June 1, 2017 13:48 Hot Recent News

    British politician Nigel Farage has come to terms with the FBI investigation into potential links between the Kremlin and the campaign team of US President Donald Trump. Sources say to The Guardian that the former UKIP leader is not suspected of anything but to maintain ties with people who play a key role in the investigation.

  • Party Prime Minister may be popular with lenders

    Party Prime Minister may be popular with lenders

    london June 1, 2017 13:24 Hot Recent News

    Conservatives of British Prime Minister Theresa May appear to shave more donations than their rivals in the run-up to the elections. Money shooters transferred to the 'Tories' in the third week of the election campaign about £ 3.8 million (over 4.3 million euros).

  • Drunk British slow down Eurostar for hours

    Drunk British slow down Eurostar for hours

    calais May 30, 2017 10:09 Hot Recent News

    A Eurostar train from Paris to London was stranded four o'clock on Monday on Tuesday in Calais due to a couple of drunken Britons. After train passengers had complained about the aggressive two, the French police decided to arrest the drunkards. Before that, the train stopped at the station Calais-Fréthun.

  • Another chaos due to British Airways problems

    Another chaos due to British Airways problems

    london May 28, 2017 14:09 Hot Recent News

    Flights to and from London Heathrow Airport last Sunday came on Sunday for the second day in a row with problems caused by a computer failure at British Airways airline on Saturday. The aftermath of that echec caused a lot of delays and cancellations a day later.

  • 'Chaos British Airways is over'

    'Chaos British Airways is over'

    london May 28, 2017 06:15 Hot Recent News

    British Airways expects to fly on London's Gatwick Airport after a 'almost normal schedule' on Sunday after problems with the computer system. For Heathrow, 'most of the services' will be operational again, according to the BBC.

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