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Attack brings out the best in London’s Borough neighborhood

LONDON — When Sue Brinklow dashed into The Lord Clyde pub during Saturday night’s attack on London Bridge, she was among hundreds of people who found safety and a place to sleep in the Borough neighborhood known for its 1,000-year-old food market and its role as the backdrop for major movies.
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The Latest: 3 Australians injured in London attacks

LONDON — Less than 24 hours after terrorists killed seven people and injured dozens more in the heart of London, the latest attack to hit Britain this spring became a campaign issue Sunday, with just four days before an unpredictable national election. Rival party leaders lashed out at one anoth
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A look at what is and isn’t known about the London attack

LONDON — A look at what’s known and what isn’t about the violence in London that left seven people and three attackers dead:___WHAT HAPPENED?Police say three men drove a van over London Bridge just before 10 p.m. Saturday and struck pedestrians before crashing the vehicle outside a pub. The at
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Duterte says the International Criminal Court doesn’t worry him

MANILA — Rodrigo Duterte is not afraid of the International Criminal Court — or so he likes to say. Asked about the possibility of an ICC investigation, the Philippine president dismissed it with a curse. When a critic vowed to submit evidence of possible crimes against humanity, he told him
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48 percent of Britain voted to stay in the E.U. last June. Where have they gone?

LONDON — Nearly a year after Britain voted 52 percent to 48 percent to withdraw from the European Union, those on the pro-E.U. side still think that the idea of leaving the bloc registers somewhere between doltish and disastrous. The Remainers have not enthusiastically embraced the winning side.
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In tense Kabul, hundreds of anti-government protesters demonstrate near blast crater

KABUL — Hundreds continued to protest for the third day Sunday near the site of a deadly bomb blast in Kabul, demanding greater security and the ousting of the U.S.-backed government of President Ashraf Ghani. Protesters staged a sit-in under tents in the blazing heat — while fasting for the Mu
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Brits gather to see Ariana Grande again — this time in defiance

MANCHESTER, England — The tens of thousands of young Brits who descended on this city's largest cricket ground weren't there just for a star-studded concert. They also wanted to send a message: We are not afraid.Two weeks ago, 22 people were killed and 116 were injured in a suicide bombing acros
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London, ‘reeling’? The city that weathered Nazi bombs pushes back against fear.

The first reports of “an incident” in London emerged Saturday evening.Within hours, cable news channels were saturated with the all-too-familiar loop of panicked faces, desperate crowds scurrying for safety and scowling, heavily armed police. On Sunday morning, the New York Times said the latest
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On Tiananmen Square anniversary, detentions in China and candlelight vigil in Hong Kong

Police detained at least 11 Chinese activists after a pair of small events to commemorate the 28th anniversary of the bloody crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, according to human rights groups and activists.Meanwhile, thousands gathered in Hong Kong for the annual c
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London attack spawns political controversy as May and Corbyn trade barbs ahead of vote

LONDON — Less than 24 hours after terrorists killed seven people and injured dozens more in the heart of London, the latest attack to hit Britain this spring became a campaign issue Sunday, with just four days before an unpredictable national election. Rival party leaders lashed out at one anoth
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