Thursday 26th February 2015
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Population: Approx 6,962,319
Longitude: -0.17
Latitude: 51.5
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Country: United Kingdom (UK)
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IS executioner 'Jihadi John' named as London tech worker
London (AFP) - "Jihadi John", the masked Islamic State group militant apparently responsible for beheading a series of Western hostages, was named on Thursday as Kuwaiti-born London computer programmer Mohammed Emwazi. A Washington Post report citing friends, a leading think-tank researching foreign jihadists and a British security official quoted by the New York Times identified Emwazi as being ...
London fashion designers get a helping hand in a tough industry
With its frayed denim outfits, Marques'Almeida is making a name for itself on the London fashion scene thanks to a sponsorship scheme that has helped half the designers showing here this season. Portuguese designers Marta Marques and Paulo Almeida have been winning rave reviews for their Nineties grunge-inspired collections since they started the label four years ago. This season they expanded ...
London stocks pull back from record high, Europe steady
London stocks pulled back Wednesday from to a record high the previous day on profit-taking, while the main European markets ended flat. London's benchmark FTSE 100 index dropped 0.21 percent from Tuesday's close to end the day at 6,935.38 points. The Irish government demanded more guarantees on jobs and routes before agreeing to the deal, while shares in engineering firm Weir Group collapsed ...
London show dissects history of forensic science
Forensic science, which has fascinated generations with its unravelling of gruesome crime mysteries, is being put under the microscope in an exhibition of real criminal investigations in London. One of the hundreds of exhibition pieces on display from February 26 to June 21 is a miniature crime scene of disturbing realism laid out in a dollhouse. It was used to teach investigators to use more ...
St. Pancras Hotel Taps the Talent of the King's Cross Music Scene for Upcoming Concert
Getting inside London's music scene, as it turns out, is as easy as dropping in at the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel on 11 March 2015. For while others are trudging from one obscure club to another ...
London shares retreat at open
London shares were flat at the start of trading on Thursday as the Royal Bank of Scotland reported a huge net loss for 2014. The benchmark FTSE 100 index slipped 0.02 percent, or 1.53 points, to 6,933.85 points. RBS, about 80-percent owned by the British government after a 2008 bailout, said losses after tax totalled £3.47 billion last year following a £4.0 billion writedown on Citizens, part ...
London's FTSE hits record closing high
London (AFP) - London shares soared to a record closing high on Thursday, with banks Standard Chartered and RBS experiencing sharply contrasting fortunes.
Burberry hosts starry show at London Fashion Week
London Fashion Week rolled out the big guns Monday, with British design powerhouse Burberry hosting the glitziest catwalk show of the season. Hunter, the maker of the classic Wellington boots, evoked wild ...
London shares retreat after record high
The benchmark FTSE 100 index fell 0.21 percent, or 14.25 points, from its record close the previous day to 6,935.38. The FTSE hit a record of 6,958.89 points nearing the end of the day's trade on Tuesday after eurozone finance ministers backed an extension of Greece's bailout. "UK stocks stumbled on Wednesday as issues with the Greek bailout weighed on sentiment amidst a number of corporate ...
London farmers' markets now online thanks to Bonativo
A Berlin-based startup is taking London's farmers' markets online in a bid to make food shopping more local and sustainable. Bonativo sells more than 500 products from local businesses based inLondon and the surrounding areas with a focus on organic and free-range food. Produce is filtered into categories such as bakery, fruit and vegetables, meat and fish and beverages. Orders are fulfilled ...

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