9 December 2019, Monday | 06:07am

LONDON

Ainul's return delayed due to fever

MELAKA: It looks like Ainul Mardhiah Ahmad Safiuddin, the baby girl who underwent surgery for a Germ Cell Tumour would have to stay in London a little bit longer.

Teenager appears in UK court charged with London bomb attack

LONDON: An 18-year-old man who came to Britain after his parents were killed in Iraq appeared in a London court on Friday charged with attempted murder in last week's bomb attack on a packed commuter train in the British capital.

London railway station reopens after false bomb alarm

LONDON: A busy southeast London commuter hub reopened Monday after police declared the item found at the platform was not suspicious, China’s Xinhua news agency reported.

Hotel says it's not to blame for athletes' stomach bug

LONDON (Reuters) - The London hotel at the centre of an outbreak of sickness that has struck down scores of competitors at the World Athletics Championships said on Tuesday it was not the so

Discover London’s best kept secret when the Postal Museum opens

The inauguration of the new Postal Museum sees the British capital open the doors to one of its best-kept secrets. From July 28, the museum will take visitors into a mysterious maze deep beneath the streets to discover the first underground railway for transporting mail.

PM hails Abdul Latif for record-breaking gold medal win in London

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has congratulated national paralympic athlete Abdul Latif Romly on his success in defending his gold medal and breaking the men's long jump T20 (intellectual disability) record at the 2017 World Paralympic Championships in London on Sunday. (File pix)

Grenfell Tower fire: this is the London ignored, its stories seldom heard

This is not the London of HSBC and the newspaper property supplements. This is the London of Grenfell Tower. The London of Nigerian carers, Polish builders and Moroccan night-cleaners.

Ribuan hadir kebumi jenazah tiga mangsa tembak di masjid

Orang ramai memberikan penghormatan terakhir buat tiga orang Islam, dari Algeria dan Tunisia, yang ditembak di masjid di Montreal, Kanada pada 2 Februari 2017. — Foto Reuters