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Black Day: Demonstration to be held outside Pakistani diplomatic bodies in England

Gilgit Baltistan leader and activist Sajjad Raja on Wednesday said demonstrations will be held outside the Pakistani diplomatic bodies in England on Thursday (Oct 22) to mark it as a Black Day for Kashmir when in 1947 the region was brutally invaded by Pakistan.

UK police dealing with security alert in central London hospital

London/Sputnik: The London Metropolitan Police said on Tuesday that it was dealing with a security alert at the St. Thomas Hospital in central London, and would provide further information as soon as it had more details about the incident.

Anti-Pakistan protest: Sindhi Baloch Forum members demonstrate outside UK Parliament

London: Members of the Sindhi Baloch Forum demonstrated outside the UK Parliament against the Pakistan government over the issue of enforced disappearance.

London: Tibetans and Uyghurs hold anti-China protest outside UN office

London:  Tibetan and Uyghur community members in the UK organized a ‘Black Day’ protest outside the United Nations office in London on Saturday, media reports said.

UK set to let all shops reopen after three months of COVID-19 quarantine on Monday

London/Sputnik: Non-food stores in the United Kingdom are due to resume operations on Monday after almost three months of coronavirus-impelled closure along with a set of other measures marking the country's return to pre-pandemic life in line with Prime Minister Boris Johnson's order in the end of May.

Black Lives Matter protest: Mahatma Gandhi's statue targeted with anti-racist messages in London

London/IBNS: Protesters on Sunday taped placards with anti-racism messages across India's 'Father of the Nation' Mahatma Gandhi’s statue in London's Parliament Square, which emerged as one of the major sites of demonstrations in the UK against the death of African-American man George Floyd in Minneapolis region of the United States.

Londoners raiding stores as UK capital awaiting total shutdown amid COVID-19

London/Sputnik/UNI: A group of six people smashed Sainsbury shopfronts in southern London to steal alcohol as supermarkets are coming under huge pressure amid a possible shutdown of the UK capital due to the spread of COVID-19, media reported on Friday.

Two hurt in stabbing incident in London, attacker shot dead

London/IBNS: Describing the incident as 'terrorist-related', the police said its officials shot dead a man who stabbed two people in London on Sunday.

Man stabs multiple people in London

London/IBNS: The police on Sunday said a man was shot after he stabbed several persons in south London.

UK leaves EU after 47 years together

London/Sputnik/UNI: The United Kingdom left the European Union on 23:00 GMT January 31, after 47 years together, including 3.5 years post-referendum.

Qassem Soleimani contributed to terrorist plots as far as New Delhi and London: Trump

Washington/IBNS: A day after a US strike killed the top Iranian commander, President Donald Trump has defended the action saying Qassem Solaimani had contributed to terrorist plots as far as New Delhi and London.

ISIS claims responsibility for London stabbing; judgement on Pak-origin attacker had spoken of his madrassa radicalisation

London/IBNS: The Islamic State terror group has claimed responsibility for the London Bridge stabbing attack incident which left two people dead on Friday even as more information coming to fore showed that the attacker, a Pakistani origin man, had been radicalised in madrassa to prepare for acts of terrorism in Kashmir and the United Kingdom (UK).

Sonic Boom: People in north London woken by 'loud noise'

London/IBNS: A loud sound, which was heard in north London on Sunday was due to 'sonic boom', police said.

UK to lower flags on gov't buildings in solidarity with victims of London terror attack

London/Sputnik/UNI: The United Kingdom's government announced on Saturday that the country's flags on government buildings would fly at half-mast during the day to honor the victims of the Friday terror attack.

London Bridge attacker is a Pakistani origin man who once wanted to build terror training camp in Kashmir

London/IBNS: The man, who carried out the stabbing incident in London on Friday killing two people, was of Pakistan origin and once wanted to establish Sharia Law. He even had planned to build a terror training camp in Kashmir.