U.K. police charge 19-year-old with London stabbings

Aug 6, 2016

U.K. police charge 19-year-old with London stabbings

British police on Friday charged a 19-year-old Somali-Norwegian man with carrying out a stabbing rampage in London’s Russell Square that killed an American woman and injured five others. London’s Metropolitan Police said Zakaria Bulhan, of London, was charged with the murder of 64-year-old Darlene ...

Black Lives Matter protest blocks Heathrow access

Aug 5, 2016

Black Lives Matter protest blocks Heathrow access

Activists from Britain’s Black Lives Matter movement blocked the main road into London Heathrow, Europe’s busiest airport, on Friday as part of a nationwide day of protests against racism. Ten people were arrested during the demonstration, which brought traffic to a standstill at the ...

Aug 1, 2016

In first, MSDF ship visits London

The first Maritime Self-Defense Force ship to visit London passed under Tower Bridge over the weekend. The training ship Kashima, which arrived Sunday and tied up alongside the permanently moored HMS Belfast museum ship on the banks of the River Thames, is scheduled to ...

Jul 12, 2016

MLB scraps London plans for 2017

London is not calling for Major League Baseball next year. The players’ association said MLB has given up plans to play regular-season games in the British capital in 2017. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said in January that his staff was working hard at playing ...

Secrets of early Shakespeare theater dug up in London

May 20, 2016

Secrets of early Shakespeare theater dug up in London

British archaeologists raised the curtain Thursday on a 16th century theater that staged William Shakespeare plays like “Romeo and Juliet” and where the bard himself acted in “London’s first theater land.” The Curtain theater put on productions between 1577 and 1625 as one of ...