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Brexit Doesn't Deter EU Students From Choosing U.K.
Britain’s decision to leave the EU doesn’t appear to have dented the number of EU students planning to start degrees in the U.K. in the coming weeks, though senior figures warn the vote could take a more serious toll next academic year.
218 points by The Wall Street Journal | United Kingdom London European Union University College London Student University Imperial College London Member State of the European Union
‘F**ked up in fields’: 'Hundreds' of illegal raves planned after London superclub Fabric shut down
More than 170 illegal raves are planned in London this weekend following the closure of the nightclub Fabric, with organizers saying the authorities should “expect an uprise in kids getting f**ked up in fields.” Read Full Article at RT.com
3488 points by Russia Today | Rave Drug addiction Raver Drug Nightclub Techno Recreational drug use London
EU leaders ‘frustrated’ with ‘completely unrealistic’ Brexit strategy, warns Czech negotiator
Britain’s hope of leaving the EU but retaining access to the single market is “completely unrealistic,” a top Czech minister has said. Read Full Article at RT.com
88 points by Russia Today | European Union United Kingdom European Central Bank London Euro Slovakia Eurozone Europe
Oakland police ditch converted farmhouse for new station
OAKLAND, Maine (AP) - After a 25-year stay in a Maine farmhouse that was initially intended to only be temporary, the Oakland Police Department has started settling into its new home. The police force began moving its operations into a new $1.05 million station on Fairfield Street on Thursday. It's ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Police Constable London
British low-carbon target in doubt
Daniel J. GraeberLONDON, Sept. 9 (UPI) -- The British reputation as a leader in the movement to adopt a low-carbon economy is under threat in part from the decision to leave the EU, a minister said.
12 points by UPI | United Kingdom United Press International News World Communications European Union William Randolph Hearst International News Service London Renewable energy
MasterCard faces $18.6 billion UK suit over fees
The claim is said to be the biggest in British legal history.         
58 points by Arizona Republic | Law United Kingdom Appeal European Union Pleading Common law Firm London
MasterCard faces $18.6 billion UK lawsuit over fees
LONDON (AP) - Britain's former financial services watchdog is suing MasterCard for 14 billion pounds ($18.6 billion), alleging the firm slapped excessive charges on millions of transactions. Law firm Quinn Emanuel filed the suit Thursday at the Competition Appeal Tribunal on behalf of Walter Merricks, a former U.K. financial services ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | European Union United Kingdom Europe London Law Republic of Ireland Million United States
Clubbers Lament Demise of Fabric, a ‘Totem’ of London’s Dance Scene
The deaths of two 18-year-olds in drug-related cases led the authorities to close down one of the capital’s most fabled electronic music venues.
623 points by The New York Times | Nightclub London Drug addiction Local government City of London Music Police Electronica
Suri Cruise doesn’t look to Katie Holmes for style tips
"She has her own [sense of style]," the actress said of her daughter's fashion sense.
1 points by New York Post | English-language films Debut albums Perception LOOK Fashion Katie Holmes London Rocket
Banking giants reverse predictions of post-Brexit ‘Brecession’
Two of the City’s biggest powerhouses have scrapped their predictions of a post-Brexit recession which would see the UK economy collapse following the EU referendum, and now envisage better-than-expected results in the third financial quarter. Read Full Article at RT.com
566 points by Russia Today | United Kingdom London European Union Pound sterling International trade Switzerland Europe Morgan Stanley
FDNY’s new hires to see increased disability benefits
Nearly 15 years after the FDNY lost 343 members on 9/11, Gov. Cuomo signed a law Thursday increasing disability benefits for new hires.
372 points by Daily News | New York City United States New Jersey New York London Mayor of New York City Mayor Lower Manhattan
Atlantic City police officer shot during robbery improving
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) - An Atlantic City police officer shot while responding to a robbery is improving at a hospital. Atlantic City police said Thursday that Officer Joshlee Vadell is sitting up and talking after having a ventilator removed. He is listed in stable condition. Prosecutors say the nine-year ...
1 points by The Washington Times | Police New Jersey Constable Legal professions Police officer Police brutality Crime London
U.K. Police Charge Four Men Over Terror Plot
British authorities have charged four men with planning to carry out acts of terrorism, nearly two weeks after they were arrested in a series of raids.
286 points by The Wall Street Journal | City England London
Can London be Europe's culture capital?
London is the city where gifted young designers from all around the world come to succeed. When Zaha Hadid left Baghdad to learn how to be an architect, she chose the Architectural Association School in London. Roksanda Illincic knew she could not become a world class fashion designer in her native Belgrade, so she chose to study at Central Saint Martins, the school that has also produced Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney and Christopher Kane.
87 points by CNN | European Union Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design London Terence Conran Design City Rem Koolhaas Zaha Hadid
Black Lives Matter protest shuts London City Airport
All flights in and out of travel hub diverted, with activists of campaign group chaining themselves together on runway.
1624 points by Al Jazeera English | London London Heathrow Airport Protest United Kingdom London City Airport World's busiest airports by passenger traffic Activism Busiest airports in the United Kingdom by total passenger traffic
'Black Lives Matter' shuts London airport
Flights from London City Airport were suspended Tuesday morning after a group of Black Lives Matter activists locked themselves together in a protest on the runway, an airport representative said.
700 points by CNN | London City of London United Kingdom Metropolitan Police Service Protest Black people England Sub-Saharan Africa
Police seize loaded gun on first day of school in NYC
NEW YORK (AP) - New York City police have confiscated a loaded gun from a student on the first day of school. Police say the gun set off the metal detector alarm at the Brooklyn School for Career Development. No one was injured. Charges are pending against the student, who ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | New York City Education London English-language films Washington D.C. New York High school New Jersey
Police department posts warning about Zika in meth

1 points by Atlanta Journal Constitution | Police The Police Community policing Constable Law enforcement North Carolina Crime prevention London
Lawmakers May Have to Decamp From Crumbling U.K. Parliament
A committee charged with stopping Britain’s creaky, leaky Parliament from falling down is set to say whether lawmakers will have to move out for several years so repair work can be done.
60 points by The Wall Street Journal | London Legislatures
Missing 9/11 flag, emblem of WTC attacks, found

-1 points by Atlanta Journal Constitution | Constable September 11 attacks London Police September 11 New York City
World briefs: U.S. not involved in coup conspiracy, Turkey says
ANKARA, Turkey — Despite dark conspiracy theories in Turkey linking the U.S. government to the military coup attempt July 15, Turkish leaders see no signs of American complicity with the plotters, Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus said Tuesday.
-1 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdo?an Abdullah Gül Iran Islam London London City Airport Syria
Commissioner Davis avoids answering questions on secret surveillance program
Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis declined on Tuesday to say why he never disclosed an aerial surveillance program used by his department to capture hundreds of hours of footage of wide swaths of the city in recent months. Davis said the "purpose of the press conference" where he was asked...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Surveillance Elijah Cummings The Wire London Civil liberties Law enforcement
BA apologizes for delays caused by computer glitches
LONDON - British Airways has apologized for delays caused by computer glitches in check-in systems — and warned that there may be further troubles.         
-1 points by Arizona Republic | British Airways Airline Qantas London Virgin Atlantic Airways Airline hub Air France London Heathrow Airport
Bucks Co. borough looks to outsource police force
In an effort to save costs -- the police force takes up 60 percent of the town's budget -- Penndel may outsource policing to its larger neighbor, Middletown.
32 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Constable Borough Police Summons London Connecticut Abuse Defamation
Man breaks into Imlay City hall, kills himself
Police say the body was discovered by the city manager around 7 a.m. Tuesday.        
13 points by Detroit Free Press | Michigan Kansas Constable Lapeer County Michigan Sting London The Thumb England
Boston police union goes to court after bodycam resistance
Boston's largest police union is headed to court to try to halt a program requiring officers to wear body cameras
193 points by The Boston Globe | Police The Police Sting Community policing Constable Legal professions London Polis
Kazakhstan's prime minister named security boss in reshuffle
ALMATY (Reuters) - Kazakh Prime Minister Karim Masimov was appointed chairman of the state security service on Thursday by President Nursultan Nazarbayev.
34 points by Reuters | European Union President of the European Council European Council Reuters Europe London Treaty of Lisbon Institutions of the European Union
UK exhibition celebrates the Swinging Sixties
Museum takes a close look at era when Britain's young generation pioneered new trends in fashion, music and the arts.
35 points by Al Jazeera English | Museum Curator Collection 1960s Curators London Curatorial platform 20th century
Chicago Police to expand use of ShotSpotter gunshot sensors
The CPD plans to put more gunfire-location sensors in two high-crime districts to combat the extraordinary violence gripping those parts of the city.
524 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Police Chicago Police Department Police brutality Surveillance London Constable Sheriff Detective
Man dead following shots fired after robbery in Carpentersville
A suspect died after shots were fired following a robbery in Carpentersville Wednesday, according to a release from the Carpentersville Police Department.According to police, multiple suspects robbed a computer store in the 1600 block of Ravine Lane at about 7:30 p.m. As the suspects were fleeing...
-1 points by Chicago Tribune | London Crime
Aly Raisman told Ellen she wants to return for the Tokyo Olympics
Needham native and Olympic gymnastics champion Aly Raisman hopes to return in four years for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, she said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Wednesday. Raisman wants to take a year off (as she did after the 2012 London Games), and then continue training until 2020, she told Ellen. “That’s the goal,” the 22-year-old said. “I’m really excited. I […]
334 points by The Boston Globe | Summer Olympic Games Olympic Games Ellen DeGeneres London Thought Subroutine American film actors 1964 Summer Olympics
The solution to J’Ouvert violence is to let police do their job
New York has overcome similar violence problems in the past, but in those days police were allowed to be police.
164 points by Daily News | Police New York City Police brutality Constable Police officer Chicago London Crime
Brexit 'made me feel like a foreigner again'

322 points by CNN | European Union London Borough of Havering Democracy United Kingdom London Europe London borough Romford
Timeline of Westminster terrorist attack: How events unfolded (STREET VIEW)
As the people of London cope with the aftermath of Wednesday’s terrorist attack at Westminster, RT takes a look back at the day that shook both the city and the world in what was London’s deadliest attack since 2005. Read Full Article at RT.com
-1 points by Russia Today | Russia 1980 United States London All rights reserved Google 1958 1990
Police release 6 people arrested in Westminster attack investigation
Six people arrested in the investigation into the terrorist attack in Westminster, London have been released from custody, Scotland Yard confirmed. Four others continue to be questioned. Read Full Article at RT.com
-1 points by Russia Today | Death Terrorism Gerontology Old age Ageing United Nations Definition of terrorism London
Lille shooting: 3 injured as gunman opens fire near metro station in northern France
Three people, including a minor, have been injured in the city of Lille after a gunman opened fire near the central Porte d’Arras metro station. Police are not considering the incident to be terror-related, local media reports. Read Full Article at RT.com
-1 points by Russia Today | English-language films American films Terrorism Twitter Tabloid London Palace of Westminster Mass media
When does a crime become an act of 'terrorism'?
The attack on the UK parliament has been called 'terrorism'. Who decides whether a crime is a 'terror' act?
-1 points by Al Jazeera English | United Kingdom Professor Terrorism Crime London Counter-terrorism National security Mercer University
James Jackson, Timothy Caughman and the attack on New York
As London reels from a knife plunged into the beating heart of its democracy, New York City struggles...
-1 points by Daily News | New York City Manhattan Times Square Midtown Manhattan Murder London Broadway New York
Russian police warn opposition leader’s protest is 'illegal'
“Your personal safety may be under threat,” Moscow police warned potential protesters.       
2 points by USA Today | Crime Security London
Who was London terror attacker Khalid Masood?
Masood, 52, is the man responsible for the London terrorist attack that killed 3, wounded 40.         
-1 points by Arizona Republic | London England Terrorism Attack Attack! United Kingdom September 11 attacks City of London
London police make 'significant' arrests in attack inquiry
LONDON — The police on Friday announced two “significant” arrests in connection with the attack outside the British Parliament this week, as they sought to unravel the murky past of the 52-year-old assailant, who they said was born Adrian Russell Ajao.
-1 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | London Parliament of the United Kingdom United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland Palace of Westminster United Kingdom Attack Attack! House of Lords
2 more arrested in London, 1 more dies as police piece together attack
UK police are combing through “massive amounts of computer data” and more than 2,500 items seized in searches across the country as they look for clues about why a British-born man became radicalized and launched a deadly attack on Parliament
-1 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Constable London Police Birmingham Police officer Terrorism Police brutality Palace of Westminster
Police release image of London attacker
Police across the UK have raided addresses associated with Wednesday's terrorist attack in central London, which left four people dead and dozens injured.
2351 points by CNN | Police Police officer London Constable Metropolitan Police Service Police brutality National Police Memorial City of London
The last photo: Attack officer pictured hours before his death
Staci Martin took many pictures during her first trip to London this past week, but there's one she'll never forget.
-1 points by CNN | London Parliament of the United Kingdom Photograph West Palm Beach Florida Palace of Westminster Florida Palm Beach County Florida Attack
FBI searching for armed men who robbed Richmond Heights bank (photos)
No one was harmed during the robbery at Cardinal Community Credit Union on Richmond Road, the Cleveland Division of the FBI said. RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Ohio -- Investigators are searching for three men who were armed with semiautomatic handguns as they forced bank employees to their knees during a Thursday robbery in Richmond Heights. No one was hurt during the robbery at Cardinal Community Credit Union on Richmond Road, the Cleveland Division of the FBI said in a news release. The men entered the bank just before noon and pointed semiautomatic handguns at tellers. One of the men corralled bank employees in the lobby and ordered them to their knees, the FBI said. The other two men went to the counter and ordered an employee to give them money. One of the men just over the counter to stop another employee from exiting through a back door, the FBI said. The three men put the cash in a drawstring bag before they ran out of the bank. The men entered two separate getaway cars, which witnesses described as a silver Dodge and a red Hyundai, the FBI said. The FBI on Friday released surveillance photos that show the three men and the getaway cars. The men wore dark-colored hooded sweatshirts that they used to cover their faces, the photos show. Reward money is available to anyone who can provide information that leads to the identification and prosecution of the three men. Tipsters can remain anonymous when they call the FBI or the Richmond heights Police Department. Tips can remain anonymous and can be provided to the Cleveland Division of the FBI or the Richmond Heights Police Department.  Reward money is available for information leading to the successful identification and prosecution of the individuals responsible. If you'd like to comment on this story, visit Friday's crime and courts comments section.
-1 points by The Plain Dealer | Law enforcement agency Bank robbery Organized crime Crime Police Criminal justice London Federal Bureau of Investigation
Review of Minnesota police department includes traffic stops
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A federal assessment of the Minnesota police department involved in the fatal shooting of Philando Castile will include a look at traffic stops. The Department of Justice's Office of Community Oriented Policing Services has outlined the goals and objectives for its assessment of the St. Anthony Police ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Police Constable Law enforcement Community policing United States Department of Justice Police officer Police brutality London
British police release image of Westminster terrorist attacker Khalid Masood
Police have released an image of Westminster attacker Khalid Masood. Read Full Article at RT.com
341 points by Russia Today | Police United Kingdom London Terrorism Criminal law Saudi Arabia Constable Teaching English as a foreign language
Security in Italy on maximum alert for Treaty of Rome anniversary after London attack
Following Wednesday’s terrorist attack in London, Rome has tightened security, including increased numbers of security staff and a ban on drones. The Italian capital will host celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome on March 25. Read Full Article at RT.com
28 points by Russia Today | Rome European Union Italy European Economic Community Colosseum Vatican City Terrorism London
Terrorist threat higher in Europe than anywhere else except war zones – EUCOM chief
The threat posed by violent extremism is higher in Europe than anywhere else in the world, apart from actual war zones and hotspots, US European Command head General Curtis Scaparrotti said, commenting on Wednesday’s terrorist attack in London. Read Full Article at RT.com
-1 points by Russia Today | Terrorism United Kingdom United Nations Canada Islam London Attack! Turkey
‘We were lucky’: Boxer decides to fight 24 hours after witnessing Westminster murder
Boxer Frazer Clarke, who witnessed the stabbing death of a police officer during the Westminster attack, has explained why he decided to go ahead with a planned international boxing match just 24 hours later. Read Full Article at RT.com
-1 points by Russia Today | Police 2012 Summer Olympics Olympic Games Police officer Constable United Kingdom Gold medal London