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The Wall Street Journal: EU papers over the cracks to mark its 60th birthday.

European Union leaders, except British Prime Minister Theresa May, pledge their allegiance to the bloc on the 60th anniversary of its founding on Saturday, but deep divisions remain over its future after Brexit.

- Marketwatch - US

The Margin: 'Love Actually' is back — and it's bringing comfort to stricken Brits.

Specially made for Comic Relief's Red Nose Day, the short film reunites many of the original cast and brings fans up to date with their stories — with one resonating heavily with Brits coming to terms with the London attack.

- Marketwatch - US

Attack officer pictured hours before death.

Staci Martin took many pictures during her first trip to London this past week, but there's one she'll never forget.

- CNN Top Stories - US

London attack: Direct ISIS hand unlikely.

Two men remain in custody for questioning as part of the ongoing investigation into the deadly London terror attack, London's Metropolitan Police said.

- CNN Top Stories - US

Calling On Help From Public, Investigators Piece Together London Attacker's Past.

NPR reports on the latest on the attack earlier this week in London that killed five people, including the attacker, and injured at least 50.

- NPR - US

London Attacker Taught English in Saudi Arabia for 2 Years.

The British man who killed four people during a London rampage had made three trips to Saudi Arabia: He taught English there twice on a work visa and returned on a visa usually granted to those going on a religious pilgrimage.More details about attacker Khalid Masood's...

- Newsmax - US

Titu Mir returns to roil Bengal, 190 years after his fall in war.

The leader of a peasant uprising against brutal British taxes has been given a communal colour in a State-approved textbook, say historians

- The Hindu - IN

London terror attack: Westminster killer's daughter converted to Islam causing bitter battle with ex.

Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood converted his eldest daughter to Islam, MailOnline can reveal.The 52-year-old jihadi convinced his child, now 24, to change her name and wear a full face burka, a close family friend has confirmed.It...

- The New Zealand Herald - NZ

The editor comes from Parliament.

Even on the briefest trip to London, a visitor is likely to encounter The London Evening Standard, a free daily newspaper handed out at public transport hubs across the capital, owned by the Russian L...

- The Hindu - IN

World › Tens of thousands in London protest Britain's EU departure.

Tens of thousands protested Saturday under sunny skies in London against plans for Britain to withdraw from the European Union. The Unite for Europe march, which saw many people carrying bright blue EU flags, came just days before Britain is expected to begin its formal separation from the other 27…

- Japan Today - JP

World › Erdogan: Turkey might hold referendum on EU membership.

Turkey's president said Saturday the country might pursue a Brexit-like referendum on whether to pursue European Union membership and also lashed out at a critical protest in Switzerland. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan brought up the proposal at a Turkish-UK forum in the southern city of Antalya, referring to the British…

- Japan Today - JP

Louise Mensch: 'America First' Is 'A Nazi Slogan Being Pushed by Russia'

On Friday's broadcast of HBO's “Real Time with Bill Maher,” journalist and former Conservative member of the UK Parliament Louise Mensch stated that the slogan “America First” is “a Nazi slogan being pushed by Russia, who are quite literally attacking, not only America, but the whole of the ...

- Breitbart - US

News24.com | One suspect left in custody over London attack - police

British police say they released a man arrested over this week's terror attack on Parliament, leaving just one suspect in custody.

- News24.com - ZA

City police to emulate London cops in control room response

The Bengaluru police will go the London police way and upgrade the dial '100' control room system for quickest response. During a recent visit to London, city police commissioner Praveen Sood obtained information from the London police about the use of technology in control rooms for quickest response.The police have ...

- Deccan Herald - IN

Thousands march in London against looming Brexit

Tens of thousands of pro-EU protesters take to London's streets, in defiance of the terror threat, to mark the bloc's 60th anniversary just days before Brexit begins. Video provided by AFP         

- USA TODAY - US

The London attacker lived among them. Now, Birmingham's Muslims worry about the consequences.

You cannot fight extremism by putting a community with its back against the wall,' one local Muslim said.

- Washington Post - US

London Attacker Khalid Masood Worked in Saudi Arabia Teaching English

Before taking the name Masood, he was called Adrian Elms

- TIME Magazine - US

London attacker taught English in Saudi Arabia for 2 years

The British man who killed four people during a London rampage had made three trips to Saudi Arabia: He taught English there twice on a work visa and returned on a visa usually granted to those going on a religious pilgrimage. More details about attacker Khalid Masood's travels, confirmed by the...

- Baltimoresun.com - US

Electronics Ban Implemented on US-Bound Flights

Turkey's national carrier Turkish Airlines said starting on Saturday its passengers heading to UK are not allowed to carry large electronic devices into the aircraft cabins.         

- USA TODAY - US

London attack: Muslim raises over $30,000 for victims

A crowdfunding campaign by a British Muslim who witnessed an attack in London that killed four people has almost reached a target of $37,000, which will be donated to the victims' families. By the time of publishing, more than 1,000 people had donated $33,500 towards the fund. On Wednesday, Mu...

- The Raw Story - US

EU Papers Over Divisions at 60th Birthday Party

European Union leaders, except British Prime Minister Theresa May, pledged their allegiance to the bloc on the 60th anniversary of its founding, but deep divisions remain over its future after Brexit.

- Wall Street Journal - US

Thousands march in London against looming Brexit

Tens of thousands of pro-EU protesters took to London's streets on Saturday , in defiance of the terror threat, to mark the bloc's 60th anniversary just days before Brexit begins.

- EurActive - UK

EU summit: Leaders stress unity on Rome anniversary

Celebrations mark 60 years since the EU's founding treaty, but the UK stays away as Brexit looms.

- BBC - UK

One suspect left in custody over London attack: police

British police said Saturday they had released a man arrested over this week's terror attack on parliament, leaving just one suspect in custody.

- SBS.com.au - AU

Erdogan's tussle with Europe, The shame of the world, Regional support for Venezuela is vital, Scotland's place in the United Kingdom, US reengagement in the Middle East

It is a matter of grave concern that, according to a UN estimate, twenty million people are facing starvation in Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia and Nigeria...," states an editorial. "It is indeed disturbing to note that man-made disasters like war and famine continue to bleed nations while international politics fails to come ...

- Yahoo! News - US

Hamilton holds off Vettel challenge to take Australian Grand Prix pole

Lewis Hamilton posted the fastest ever lap at Albert Park to claim pole for Sunday's Australian Grand Prix. The British driver held off the challenge of German Sebastian Vettel, who also starts on the front row.

- Deutsche Welle - DE

Anti-Brexit protest draws thousands to central London

As Britain prepares to start its formal divorce from the EU, pro-European demonstrators have gathered in London. The rally went ahead amid tight security following Wednesday's deadly terror attack on Westminster.

- Deutsche Welle - DE

Despite attack, Britain downplays threat of Islamist radicalization

The recent attack on the British parliament by a British-born Muslim convert has once again highlighted the issue of radicalization in the country. DW asks if the authorities are taking radicalization seriously.

- Deutsche Welle - DE

Thousands of anti-Brexit activists join London march

The anti-Brexit march coincides with the 60th anniversary of the European Union's founding agreement.

- BBC - UK

Boxing Junior Championships cancelled due to 'threat to life'

England Boxing says the "dreams of young boxers" are ruined as they cancel the Junior Championships.

- BBC - UK

London attack: One still held in police custody

A 58-year-old man remains in custody while a 27-year-old is released without charge.

- BBC - UK

Fraud concerns prompt JustGiving to verify victim crowd-funding

Concerns prompt JustGiving to review all pages raising money for victims of the London attack.

- BBC - UK

Cyclist group leader: We're all Zionists

Jewish and non-Jewish bike riders to travel from London to Jerusalem for Maccabiah games.

- Arutz Sheva - IL

Pro-EU Demonstrators Rally in London Against Brexit, Despite Terrorism Threat

Tens of thousands of pro-EU demonstrators have taken to the street of London, despite heightened concerns about the terrorism threat, to mark the European Union's 60th anniversary -- just days before Britain's exit from the EU is expected to formally begin.

- Radio Free Europe - US

Details emerge about London attacker's Mideast travels

Massive police effort underway to discover how homegrown ex-con with violent streak became radicalized

- CBS NEWS - US

Only UKIP lawmaker in British Parliament quits anti-EU party

LONDON — The UK Independence Party is losing its only member of the British Parliament in a blow to the upstart anti-Europe party, which has...

- Townhall.com - US

London attacker had worked in Saudi Arabia teaching English

LONDON — The British man who killed four people during a London rampage had made three trips to Saudi Arabia: He taught English there twice...

- Townhall.com - US

Gareth Southgate says England will 'show respect' for Westminster terror attack victims

Tribute for those who died during the attack is set to take place at Wembley on Sunday.

- IBTimes.co.uk - UK

Everton boss Ronald Koeman offers message of support to stricken defender Séamus Coleman

Coleman suffered a horrific leg break as a a result of a challenge from Wales' Neil Taylor.

- IBTimes.co.uk - UK

EU leaders sign Rome Declaration on future of European Union

European Union leaders have signed the Rome Declaration on the EU future without the United Kingdom at the EU summit dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome, which laid the foundation for the creation of the European Union, according to Euronews.

- UNIAN - UA

Two more people detained in connection with London attack released, police say

- Today.Az - AZ

London attacker: 'Jack the lad' turned killer

London, United Kingdom, Mar 23 - Khalid Masood, the Briton behind this week's terror attack on parliament, was a Muslim convert with a history of violence who was known to security services but only as a “peripheral” figure. Police said the 52-year-old father, who also used the names Adrian Elms and Adrian ...

- CapitalFM Kenya - KE

News24.com | Nigeria's vice-president and a fragile peace in the delta

While Nigeria's president Muhammadu Buhari was receiving treatment in London for an undisclosed illness, his energetic deputy Yemi Osinbajo was wooing the country's oil heartland.

- News24.com - ZA

Will robots replace workers in the near future?

Those in wholesale and retail sectors in the UK are at highest risk from breakthroughs in robotics and artificial intelligence

- GulfNews - AE

France and Germany Tell UK to Expect No Brexit Favours

EU powerhouses France and Germany on Saturday warned Britain to expect no favours from Brussels once negotiations on the terms of Brexit finally get under way next week, writes The Local. British Prime Minister Theresa May, who decided not to attend the bloc's 60th anniversary summit in Rome, is due to formally notify ...

- Novinite - BG

EU Leaders Sign New Declaration 60 years After Signature of Treaty of Rome

60 years after the signature of the Treaty of Rome the leaders of 27 EU member states, excluding Great Britain, signed today a new declaration emphasizing their commitment to renew European unity, according to BNR.''The new declaration is of great importance for the future of the European Union'', Bulgaria's President Rumen ...

- Novinite - BG

Further talks on forming NI administration

Talks on forming a new power-sharing administration are to continue in Northern Ireland.

- RTE - IE

Govt should play 'good cop' in Brexit talks - Ryan

Green Party Leader Eamon Ryan has said the Government should engage in tactical negotiations with the UK to reach a better Brexit deal for Ireland.

- RTE - IE

EU leaders acknowledge Brexit turning point at Rome summit

EU leaders have marked the 60th anniversary of the bloc's founding treaty as a historical turning point, with the UK preparing to officially trigger divorce proceedings next week.

- BreakingNews.ie - IE

London attacker taught English in Saudi Arabia for two years

Khalid Masood who killed four people during a terror rampage in London had made three trips to Saudi Arabia, the country's embassy in Britain confirmed.

- BreakingNews.ie - IE

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