The case of 19-year-old Shamima Begum from London, who left for Daesh's caliphate in 2014 but has now appealed to return to the UK, has ignited concerns over what to do with returning fighters and their families. The teenager, who is currently...
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Gigi Hadid just touched down in London!
The 23-year-old model was spotted while heading out of St Pancras Station on Friday afternoon (February 15) in London, England.
PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Gigi Hadid
She looked chic in an all-black...
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Dubai International Airport is the latest to halt flights over a drone scare following similar incidents at London's Gatwick and Heathrow. The world's third-busiest airport temporarily stopped operations for just under 30 minutes due to...
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Flying is a mode of travel feared by many, and an incident that happened this week at London’s Heathrow Airport is unlikely to instil confidence.
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The development emerges from widespread reports that the UK government has only prosecuted about 40 of 400 Daesh returnees to the country. Such statistics have further enflamed anger directed at London that it is simply not doing enough to mete out...
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Last summer police officers monitoring social media were alerted to a video which went viral, showing a car apparently being deliberately driven into a group of people as a spectator shouted: "He's dead, he's dead!"
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Four years after she left London to join the Islamic State, Shamima Begum, now 19, wants to come back — but authorities warn she could face prosecution.
Begum was 15 when she flew to Istanbul with two other teenage friends, Amira Abase and Kadiza...
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A Special Purpose Vehicle, called INSTEX (short for Instrument for Supporting Trade Exchanges) was created by Paris, Berlin, and London at the beginning of February in order to continue trading with Tehran and to avoid US sanctions imposed on Iran.
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I’d always wanted to go to India. So I was pretty outraged when, in 2011, my iPhone went without me. I think it’s only fair to place around 5 percent of the blame on my friend Blair. A group of us were in a London wine bar pretending to be...
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Eastnine, a new fitness startup and app co-founded by London entrepreneur and investor Jason Goodman, is de-cloaking today, including disclosing that it has raised £2 million in seed funding.
Leading the round is London-based LocalGlobe and...
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London is plagued by street gangs. By the year 2016 there were an estimated 3,600 gangsters. According to government figures, these form some 225 gangs. Of these, 58 gangs are regularly active and are...
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LONDON (Sputnik) - Riam Dalati, the Syria producer at the BBC, said that the footage of people being treated after an alleged chemical weapons attack in the Syrian city of Duma was staged.
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Netflix recorded and stored every decision that viewers made in choose-your-own-adventure film Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, a British technology policy researcher has discovered.According to Motherboard, Michael Veale of the University College...
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We won't just suddenly break our evidence rules for HP, says Blighty's High Court A British judge has rejected the FBI's request for legal documents submitted to London's High Court by Autonomy founder Mike Lynch's lawyers just weeks before his...
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Security, Middle East
A peaceful withdrawal is not a disaster, but staying indefinitely would be.
In the London School of Economics’ 2012 Global Policy Journal, I offered the following thought experiment: “Assume that the...
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A long-time London-based entrepreneur re-surfaces today with the launch of Numan a new kind of subscription business, with a rather unusual approach to a very old problem.
Sokratis Papafloratos (pictured) is one of the more ‘serial of...
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Here are some photos of the Duchess of Cambridge today in London. She’s attending the Royal Foundation’s ‘Mental Health in Education’ conference, which is hosted by Kate Silverton. The conference highlights “some of the latest work being...
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Brexit supporters say Germany will force the EU to give Britain a good deal, because the U.K. is an important market for German goods. German regrets about Britain leaving the EU appear to be more emotional than economic.
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