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Eight arrested for London attack

Eight arrested for London attack

In London , mayor Sadiq Khan released a video statement expressing gratitude to police and emergency services and said Londoners would never be cowed by terrorism. European leaders were also swift to condemn the attack and express solidarity with Britain. "This kind of attack doesn't need special preparation, it is very low-priced, within anybody's reach", said Sebastien Pietrasanta, a French Socialist lawmaker and terrorism expert.



No laptop? Try talking: Arab airlines have the answer to electronics ban

The airline later deleted the tweet because Washington hadn't announced the ban at the time. Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi, a United Arab Emirates-based columnist, said the ban is a pretext to stifle competition from Gulf airlines , and to "encourage US bound passengers to fly on American carriers".


What's Next For Health Care, Trump's Agenda?

What's Next For Health Care, Trump's Agenda?

Unable to muster the votes necessary for passage, House Republican leaders pulled what was supposed to replace the ACA and strip President Obama of his crowning achievement. PRESIDENT Donald Trump has suffered a huge defeat after his big campaign pledge to replace Obamacare was "ditched" in Congress. Despite expecting things to remain the same for themselves, many people expect the bill to affect other people.



J&J, GSK pull ads from YouTube amid display concerns

The crisis intensified after United States firms also pulled their ads from the network, resulting in loss of hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue for Google and YouTube . The YouTube boycott began late last week after an investigation by The Times in London revealed the ads of major brands were appearing in videos delving into contentious themes.


Khalid Masood identified as London attacker

Khalid Masood identified as London attacker

It was not immediately clear whether the attacker was directly connected to the group. Four people reportedly died , including a police officer and his alleged assailant, and dozens were injured Wednesday during an incident near the Houses of Parliament .


Banks tumble and FTSE falls as Trump trade stutters

Banks tumble and FTSE falls as Trump trade stutters

In the opening minutes, the FTSE 100 fell 43.6 points or 0.59% to 7,334.74, with retailer Kingfisher worst hit. Investors focused instead on the home improvement retailer's fears that political uncertainty in the United Kingdom and France could affect its future prospects.