Russia pulls British comedy «The Death of Stalin»

Russia's culture ministry on Tuesday withdrew permission for the release of British film «The Death of Stalin» later this week after officials and top arts figures labelled it offensive and «extremist»

Fear in London as acid attacks soar

Delivery rider Jabed Hussain was waiting at a traffic light one night in east London when two attackers sprayed acid in his face and stole his moped

Anger in UK over reported Brexit divorce bill

Brexiteers and europhiles reacted angrily to reports Wednesday that Britain will pay up to 55 billion euros to leave the European Union, putting pressure on British negotiators ahead of key talks

EU parliament's Brexit pointman pokes May to pay up

Guy Verhofstadt, the European Parliament's Brexit coordinator, told British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday to confront the Brexiteers in her cabinet and offer greater concessions to the EU.


London skyline is turned «Martian» red by Hurricane Ophelia

The storm caused the deaths of three people in Ireland where authorities continue to send wind warning warnings - up to 150km / h. At least 90, moreover, the deaths in Spain and Portugal caused by fires fueled by strong winds.

India to close colonial-era military farms

Under a hot afternoon sun workers scrub down cows at the Allahabad Military Farm, the latest hangover of India's colonial past being forced into the 21st century.

EU summit to throw Britain a Brexit bone

EU leaders are set to extend an olive branch to British Prime Minister Theresa May at a summit in Brussels this week in a bid to break a deadlock in Brexit negotiations.

Crucial round of Brexit agency bidding war

The fight to host major EU agencies leaving London after Brexit reaches a milestone Saturday as Brussels gives its assessment of bids, with one regulator warning the wrong choice could see a mass exodus of staff.

«Wall of fire» in London bucket bomb attack

Eyewitnesses heard a loud bang and saw a «wall of fire» when a bomb went off on a packed London Underground train on Friday, with some commuters badly burned and others stampeding to the exit.

Lewis Hamilton pens poetic tribute to Diana

Britain's triple world Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton paid tribute to Princess Diana on Friday by penning a poem in her honour a day after the 20th anniversary of her death.

Diana aura still captivates, 20 years on

Candles and flowers are already building up at the gates of Princess Diana's former London residence to mark 20 years since her death, which unleashed an unprecedented outpouring of grief in Britain.

Britain's May visits Japan with eye on Brexit fears

British Prime Minister Theresa May arrives in Japan on an official visit Wednesday with an eye to soothing Brexit fears and pushing ahead on early free-trade talks with the world's number three economy.

Dovizioso usurps Marquez in Silverstone win

Italy's Andrea Dovizioso won the British MotoGP at Silverstone on Sunday and usurped Marc Marquez atop the riders' standings after the Spaniard's race was ended by a mechanical problem.

Marquez breaks the barrier for British pole

Three-time world champion and championship leader Marc Marquez sped to a record-breaking pole position for Sunday's British MotoGP, edging out Valentino Rossi by less than a tenth of a second.

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