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Boris Johnson to reveal culture priorities

London Mayor Boris Johnson will outline plans today for culture in the capital in the run up to the 2012 Olympic Games.

'It's elementary, you slag,' Ritchie does Sherlock Holmes

Guy Ritchie's next film abandons gangsters for 'Sherlock Holmes'. Here's a sneak preview of the script

Three charged over attack on publisher's home

Three men will appear in court today accused of conspiring to damage the home of a man who published a controversial novel about the prophet Mohammed.

What were Marriott bombers trying to achieve?

Analysis by Anne Penketh: The Madrid effect, al-Qa'ida and US strategy in Pakistan

Muslims accused of aircraft bomb plot to face retrial

Seven young British Muslims are to be retried for plotting to blow up transatlantic passenger jets using home-made liquid explosives in soft drink bottles.

The terrorists who changed air travel forever

The internet cafe where Abdulla Ahmed Ali sat down in front of a screen shortly before midday on 6 August 2006 was much like any of the hundreds of small communications shops that dot north-east London. T&I Telecom in Walthamstow offered the usual range of mobile phone top-up cards, cheap international calls and handsets alongside its row of pay-as-you-go internet terminals.

Bomb plot: toll could have been thousands

The terrorist masterminds behind the bomb plot wanted the carnage to overshadow that of the 9/11 attacks.

Three men convicted of airline bomb plot

Three Islamic extremists are facing lengthy prison sentences tonight after being found guilty of conspiring to kill hundreds of people in a terrorist bombing campaign.

Two more held over teenager stabbing

Two more teenagers have been arrested in connection with the fatal stabbing of an 18-year-old near the site of a proposed Olympics party, police said tonight.

Family pays tribute to 'charming' Qatari boy killed in 'racist' attack

The family of a teenager from Qatar who died in a suspected racist attack in East Sussex has called for the killers of their "charming, lovely boy" to be brought to justice.

Steep rise in murders among London's youth

The number of teenagers murdered in London has risen dramatically during the past two years and will reach an eight-year high in 2008, according to figures obtained by The Independent.

Qatari boy, 16, victim of racist murder

A sixteen-year-old boy from Qatar has died after being attacked by a white gang outside a takeaway restaurant in East Sussex in what police are treating as a racist murder.

Teenager stabbed to death in Walthamstow

An 18-year-old man was stabbed to death near a bus garage in Walthamstow, east London, in the early hours, Scotland Yard said today.

Lovebox London Weekender, Victoria Park, London

The Lovebox London Weekender is festival-lite for those not attending bigger bashes or the more ambitious Latitude in Suffolk, with which it clashes. If you can get over the stench of a village fête, and swaying to Groove Armada on a Saturday afternoon does not squash your soul, then look no further.

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