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Six buses were damaged after flames engulfed them at Potters Bar, Hertfordshire. The origin of the fire is under investigation.
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On International Museum Day we look at the museums that have been lost to war around the world.
Queen Elizabeth II makes surprise visit to open London's new rail line
The monarch unveiled the Elizabeth line today. Here's where the new route will stop, and how much the Crossrail project cost.
Meet the 8-year-old art prodigy unveiling his first London exhibition
The eight-year-old winner of the 2020 Global Child Prodigy Award, Advait Kolarkar, is in the English capital to present his new collection, Alluring Illusions at the Gagliardi Gallery.
Qantas to launch longest non-stop passenger flight
After five years of planning, the airline said it was ordering 12 Airbus A350-1000 aircraft to operate the "Project Sunrise" flights.
This hidden greenhouse grows plants for all of London's Royal Parks
Hidden in central London is one of the biggest glasshouses in the UK which grows enough plants to keep the city’s Royal Parks in bloom.
Get lost in a digital world in this new experimental art exhibition
An exhibition that mixes art, technology and vivid light displays is opening in London.
Here’s where Americans are travelling in Europe this summer
With US flights to these European capitals soaring next month, we take you off the beaten track in London, Dublin and Paris.
Royal Parks gardeners grow 250,000 flowers for eight London parks
In a dozen high-tech greenhouses hidden in Hyde Park, gardeners grow 250,000 plants for London's eight royal parks.
Luxury vehicles go on display at London's most glamorous car show
Awash with Ferraris, Alfa Romeos and a 1934 Barnato Hassan Special worth more than 4 million pounds. They're all on show - and some are for sale - at a luxury car event in London.
Assange supporters gather in front of court ordering his extradition to US
Supporters of Julian Assange gather in London after a UK court issued a formal order to extradite the WikiLeaks founder to the United States to face trial over the publication of secret files relating to the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
Climate activists bring London traffic to a standstill
Extinction Rebellion activists have blocked off bridges across London, as part of growing climate action in the UK.
Design exhibition explores how football became the beautiful game
Sport meets design at the major new exhibition 'Designing the Beautiful Game' at London's Design Museum.
Flower power: botanical art takes root at Saatchi Gallery
From flowers in the Andes Mountains to microfungi. A new exhibition at London’s Saatchi Gallery is showcasing some of the world’s most fascinating flora.
Not for sensitive stomachs: 'vomit vault' churns up in London
An exhibition of images of vomit goes on show in London, offering visitors a walk through the city's vomit-splattered streets and the chance to smell such delightful scents as "puke" and "bin juice"
Man given 36-year sentence for murdering London teacher Sabina Nessa
The 36-year-old man had been found guilty of killing the 28-year-old teacher as she walked to meet a friend.
Meet the man behind this viral 24-hour public transport odyssey
This self-professed public transport nut undertook an epic railway adventure this week, travelling as far as he could from London by train in just 24 hours.
This quiz recommends a holiday destination using your Netflix history
It uses 100 of the most popular films and TV shows on the streaming platform to suggest a trip.
Could a tiny endangered spider stop a 'Disney-on-Thames' theme park?
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'Enjoy your loved ones': Sister
Romanian Andreea Cristea, 31, died after being injured in a London terrorist attack on 22 March, 2017. Five years on, her sister tells Euronews about her "beautiful, smart and soulful" sibling.
The Art of Menswear: V&A's first male fashion exhibition
Opening on Saturday, 19 March 2022, Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear is the first major V&A exhibition to celebrate the power, artistry and diversity of masculine attire and appearance.
British Museum presents its first exhibition of emerging artists
A new exhibition at the British Museum lets visitors discover some of the most compelling emerging talents in the field of contemporary drawing, displayed alongside highlights from the Museum's collection dating back to the early 1500s
A train lover’s dream: How it feels to ride the Caledonian Sleeper
The sleeper train is an amazingly efficient, exciting and environmentally-sound way to travel between Edinburgh and London.
Damien Hirst exhibition dedicated to dead animal artworks opens
Damien Hirst takes over the Gagosian gallery with his first-ever exhibition highlighting his peculiar formaldehyde artworks
UK's first NFT gallery to open in London
Quantas will bring NFTs into the real world and offer advice and guidance to new buyers in an unfamiliar industry.