In our news wrap Friday, President Trump has canceled a scheduled trip to London to open the new American embassy, citing displeasure at its new location. A British lawmaker said threat of mass protests was the real reason for canceling.
By Danica Kirka, Associated Press
Some British lawmakers had said Trump was not welcome in Britain after he re-tweeted videos from a far-right British group and criticized London Mayor Sadiq Khan following a terror attack last year.
By Associated Press
A senior British minister has renewed criticism of U.S. President Donald Trump for tweeting about the police inquiry into the bombing of a subway train in London.
By Michael D. Regan
British authorities combed a London suburb on Saturday after the arrest of an 18-year-old man suspected of ties to a bombing on the city's subway a day earlier.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Friday, 29 people were injured Friday after a homemade bomb exploded on a subway train in London. The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack. Also, North Korea launched another ballistic missile over Japan early Friday.
By Joshua Barajas
A homemade bomb was detonated on a packed train in West London Friday morning, wounding at least 22 people. Authorities said most of the victims had "flash burns."…
By Associated Press
The bomb exploded on a packed train during rush hour in London on Friday, leaving at least 22 people injured but no one seriously hurt. Police said the explosion was a terrorist attack, the fifth in Britain this year.
By Larisa Epatko
Known as the “people’s princess,” Diana Spencer seemed relatable because of her open affection toward her boys in an otherwise buttoned-up royal family. She gained admiration for her hands’ on approach to people in need and her dedication to global…
By Joshua Barajas, Roni Dengler, Iman Smith
The White House had a difficult time last week defending some of the president’s statements. The issue: reconciling what he said happened with what actually happened. The Boy Scouts of America pushed back Wednesday on a claim from the…
By Catherine Caruso, STAT
According to the Metropolitan Police in London, there were 261 acid attacks in 2015 and 454 in 2016, and the number is on pace to be even higher in 2017.
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