American Doctor To Travel To UK In Charlie Gard CaseAn American doctor who specializes in conditions like the one affecting Charlie Gard will travel to Britain to check out the critically ill baby. 
Trump Intensifies Life Or Death Debate On Baby With Rare DiseaseA tweet from President Donald Trump has intensified a global debate about the fate a British baby on life support. 
British Police Consider Manslaughter Charges Over Deadly High-Rise FireBritish police are considering manslaughter charges over the deadly high rise apartment building fire last week. 
Van Plows Into Worshipers Leaving London MosqueNearly a dozen people were injured and one man died in what police are calling an act of terror outside a mosque in north London.
Adele Visits Site Of Deadly Building Fire In London British singer Adele visited Grenfell Tower in London on Thursday during the early morning hours.
Deadly High-Rise Fire In LondonA search and rescue operation is underway in Britain as hundreds of firefighters battle a deadly fire that engulfed a West London high-rise overnight.
Londoners Try To Get Back To Normal After Weekend AttackLondoners are getting back to work after a deadly terror attack over the weekend.
Britain's Prince Philip Stepping Away From Public EngagementsThe husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, has announced that he plans to step down from public life.
Police: 'No Evidence' London Attacker Associated With IS Police say there is 'no evidence' the man who killed four people in London was associated with the Islamic State group or al-Qaida.
Hotel Mgr: London Attacker Was 'Normal, In Fact, Friendly' Night BeforeThe manager of a hotel where the London attacker stayed the night before he plowed his 4x4 into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and then stabbed a police officer at Parliament says the guy seemed unusually outgoing and mentioned details about his family, including having a sick father.
London Attacker Identified, ISIS Claims ResponsibilityEight people were taken into custody in overnight raids in London and Birmingham in connection with Wednesday's deadly attack outside of Britain's Parliament that left four people dead, including the attacker.
Travelers Heading To London Troubled Over AttackTravelers getting ready for their overnight British Air flight were, for the most part, heading back home after news broke that there had been what appears to be a terror attack on Wednesday.

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