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Atlanta Healthcare introduces military grade anti-pollution masks

 In partnership with Britain's Cambridge Mask Company, city-based Atlanta Healthcare introduced technologically advanced military grade anti-pollution masks for the Indian market here on Friday.

Big three leaders insist EU not finished after Brexit

The leaders of France, Germany and Italy insisted on Tuesday that Britain's decision to quit the European Union would not kill the bloc.

Europe not finished after Brexit: Italy PM

The European Union is determined to go forward and "write a new chapter in our history" after Britain's dramatic decision to leave the bloc, Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said on Monday.

UK report recommends special prison units for Islamist extremists

The British government recommends establishing special units for Islamist extremists within prisons in England and Wales to prevent them from radicalising other prisoners, a report said on Monday.

Envoy to Britain defected to escape punishment, says Pyongyang

Envoy to Britain defected to escape punishment, says Pyongyang

Thae was accused of embezzling state funds, selling state secrets and raping a minor, Efe news reported.

Gene linked to age-related hearing loss identified by researchers

A gene with age-related hearing loss that could help identify people for early treatment as well as lead to a possible prevention has been identified by a team of researchers.

UK Labour leader refuses to say he'd defend NATO ally from Russia

Jeremy Corbyn was asked several times at a leadership debate in Birmingham, central England, on Thursday if he would support the military alliance`s key principle of "collective defence" where any attack on one member country is considered an attack against all members.

Britain launches soft drinks sugar tax to fight obesity

Britain launches soft drinks sugar tax to fight obesity

Britain on Thursday said it would tax companies which sell sugary soft drinks and invest that money in health programmes for school children, part of a long-awaited strategy to curb childhood obesity that critics say is too weak.

Rio 2016: Netherlands, Britain in women's hockey final at Olympics

Rio 2016: Netherlands, Britain in women's hockey final at Olympics

The Dutch dream of a history-making third successive women's Olympic hockey gold medal remains very much alive after defeating Germany in a drama filled shoot-out after the match finished with the scores locked at 1-1 on Wednesday.

UK radical cleric Anjem Choudary convicted of support​ing IS

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North Korea's deputy ambassador defects in London: Reports

North Korea's deputy ambassador defects in London: Reports

North Korea`s deputy ambassador in London has defected with his family, according to media reports, which if confirmed would make it one of the most high-profile defections in recent years from the increasingly isolated country.

Rights of Europeans in UK to be investigated

In June`s referendum, 51.9 per cent of the British public voted in favor of the UK leaving the EU, while 48 per cent voted to remain part of the 28-country regional bloc.

UK voting review blames Pak, Bangladeshi communities for fraud

UK voting review blames Pak, Bangladeshi communities for fraud

Evidence was presented of pressure being put on vulnerable members of some ethnic minority communities, especially of Pakistani and Bangladeshi background, to vote according to the will of the elders, the report said.

Britain's May, Iran's Rouhani agree to work on closer ties: IRNA

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Britain`s Prime Minister Theresa May agreed in a telephone call on Tuesday to work on forming closer ties at various levels, a top Iranian official was quoted as saying by the state news agency IRNA.

Last journalists bid farewell to London's Fleet Street

The last two reporters working on Fleet Street filed their final stories today, ending more than 300 years of journalism with Britain's newspaper industry.

UK Labour leader clashes with rival in leadership debate

Britain's embattled Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was accused of failing to provide a credible opposition to the government.

Head of British child sexual abuse inquiry quits

The head of a major public inquiry into decades of child sex abuse in Britain resigned without giving a reason.

No evidence of terror motive in London stabbings: Police

British detectives questioning a 19-year-old Norwegian of Somali origin over a stabbing spree in London said Thursday they had found no evidence of terror motives or radicalisation.

Man arrested on suspicion of murder in London stabbings

A 19-year-old man detained by police at the scene of a stabbing spree in London has been arrested on suspicion of murder, police said Thursday.

One dead in London stabbing spree, possible terror link

One dead in London stabbing spree, possible terror link

A woman was killed and five people injured in a knife attack in central London Wednesday which police said they are investigating for possible terrorist links.