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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - London Court
British police on Tuesday charged a 26-year-old Polish national with vandalizing a priceless Mark Rothko work at the Tate Modern museum, an act that caused a minor stir in the U.K. art world.
The prime minister's former media adviser and six other people have appeared in a London court on phone hacking charges.
After four days of foul-mouthed evidence that provided insight into soccer's crude culture, Chelsea captain John Terry was cleared Friday of racially abusing an opponent.
Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel just got a prime-time gig: host of the Emmy Awards.
A woman accused of breaking into Simon Cowell's house wielding a broken brick and then hiding in the entertainment mogul's wardrobe appeared in a London court Monday.
Singer Charlotte Church has received 600,000 pounds ($951,000) in a phone hacking settlement from News International.
The soap opera of English soccer reached yet another a noisy climax Wednesday when national team coach Fabio Capello quit angrily just eight hours after potential successor Harry Redknapp was cleared in a London court of tax evasion charges.
Musician Pete Doherty has been jailed for 6 months after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his entourage of lawyers, supporters, protesters and journalists are headed back to a London court for a showdown between the secret-spilling computer hacker and Swedish authorities who want him extradited to face sex crimes allegations.
Troubled rocker Pete Doherty has appeared in a London court on a charge of cocaine possession.
WikiLeaks founder Julian P. Assange is to remain in a London jail until at least Thursday since Swedish authorities said they would appeal a British judge's decision to grant him bail with strict conditions.
Britain's national security adviser has warned that government websites are at risk of cyber attack from pro-WikiLeaks hackers, prime minister David Cameron's office said Monday.
Britain's national security adviser has warned that government websites are at risk of cyberattack from pro-WikiLeaks hackers, Prime Minister David Cameron's office said Monday.
After unleashing an unprecedented trove of U.S. government secrets, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is behind bars to answer questions about whether his conduct amounted to rape under Sweden's unusually broad definition.
A British judge on Tuesday denied bail for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who told a London court he intends to fight his extradition to Sweden on sex-crime allegations.