• ABC79 presumed dead in London high-rise fire

    At least 79 people are missing and presumed dead from the massive fire that engulfed a residential high-rise building in London earlier this week, police said on Saturday. Police warned the number of fatalities may still rise. ._sc_title {clear: left;} .trident .up-next-button .next-slide {height: 32px !important; width: 102px !important} .trident .replay-area .replay-btn {width: 103px !important; height: 30px !important;}.clearboth {clear: both;} Read more...

  • The Washington PostAn attack on Muslims leaving a mosque in London is exactly what ISIS wanted

    As London woke up to the news that yet another vehicle had collided with pedestrians in their city early Monday, there were indications that the incident might have been a deliberate, anti-Muslim attack. The van plowed into a crowd outside two of North London’s mosques, leaving one dead and injuring 10 others. “I want to kill more Muslims,” the driver shouted, Read more...

  • New York TimesEurope Edition: London, Portugal, France: Your Monday Briefing

    (Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.)Good morning.Here’s what you need to know:• London, again.A vehicle drove into pedestrians early this morning near a mosque in Finsbury Park, an immigrant neighborhood, killing one person and wounding 10 others.London’s mayor called the episode a “horrific terrorist attack.” The police said a man believed to have been the driver Read more...

  • USA TodayLondon, a city on edge, is rattled again

    In a city already on edge, another episode jangled nerves in London early Monday morning.A van struck worshipers exiting the Finsbury Park Mosque after midnight Ramadan prayers, killing one person and injuring at least eight others, police said. Metropolitan Police called the crash a “major incident” and said counterterrorism officials were investigating. One person has been arrested.The incident comes less than a week after a blaze tore Read more...

  • ReutersOil prices dip on further rise in U.S. drilling, demand slowdown

    LONDON Oil prices steadied on Monday, pausing for breath after coming under pressure over the past month from rising production in the United States, Libya and Nigeria, which has taken the edge off an OPEC-led initiative to support the market by cutting production. Brent crude futures LCOc1 were trading 9 cents higher at $47.46 per barrel by 1304 GMT. U.S. Read more...

  • The IndependentFinsbury Park mosque attack: Man shouted 'I'm going to kill all Muslims' after suspected london terror attack

    Witnesses to the suspected Finsbury Park terrorist attack claim a man shouted “I’m going to kill all Muslims” after a van ploughed into people near the area’s mosque. At least one person was killed and another 10 injured when a van hit pedestrians following prayers at the Finsbury Park mosque in north London in the early hours of Monday morning. Read more...

  • The Tampa TribuneVan strikes crowd outside mosque in London; one person is arrested

    LONDON — A van drove into pedestrians early Monday in London, reviving anxieties in the British capital, which has endured two recent terrorist attacks involving vehicles. Police say the driver is a 48-year-old man who has been arrested and taken to a hospital. The van struck a crowd of worshippers leaving a mosque early Monday morning, killing one person and Read more...

  • CBS NewsUK: Cladding on London's Grenfell Tower may have been banned

    LONDON — The new exterior cladding used in a renovation on London’s Grenfell Tower may have been banned under U.K. building regulations, two British ministers said Sunday as police continued their criminal investigation into the inferno that killed at least 58 people. Trade Minister Greg Hands said the government is carrying out an “urgent inspection” of the roughly 2,500 similar tower Read more...

  • FOX NewsLondon van attack: What we know so far

    At least one person was killed and 10 others were injured when a large van struck pedestrians outside a mosque in London early Monday Read more on FOX News.

  • New York TimesU.K. Police Investigating Van Attack in London as Terrorism

    LONDON — The authorities in Britain said on Monday that they were treating an early morning attack near a mosque in London as a possible act of terrorism, amid fears of retaliatory attacks after several recent attacks attributed to Islamist extremists in the country.Neil Basu, the senior national coordinator for counterterrorism policing, said that the attacker was believed to have Read more...