Morning News Brief: London braces for Republic Day protest, German shooting incident, and more

WION Web Team New Delhi Jan 25, 2020, 08.27 AM(IST)

File photo: Demonstrators protest the scrapping of the special constitutional status in Kashmir, outside the Indian High Commission in London. Photograph:( Reuters )

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Last time such demonstrations took place outside the office of the Indian high commission in London on August 15 resulted in violent clashes and vandalism and a month later there were similar protests.





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London braces for Republic Day protest by Pakistan-backed groups


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Greta Thunberg steals the spotlight at Davos summit


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Australian Open shocker: Defending champion Naomi Osaka knocked out by Coco Gauff



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PM Johnson signs agreement for Britain to leave European Union