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London Fog: 12 Eerie Photos Of Blanketed British Capital

The 'Big Smoke' was about as fogged in this morning as it ever gets. Here are some breathtaking views of 'ol London town in an ominous light.

London Fog: 12 Eerie Photos Of Blanketed British Capital
Julie Farrar

Londoners today woke up to their city smothered by fog. Although transport was disrupted for many commuters and travellers, it was a pretty awesome spectacle.

Tower Bridge. By racheyluray via Instagram

Westminster & Big Ben poking out. By sebeebie via Instagram

The London Eye. By marazalite via Instragram.

Embankment. By btmullen104 via Instagram

The Shard in the background. By smulv via Instagram

The o2 Arena as seen from Barclays HQ. By brandmcqueen via Instagram

Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park. By ohitsroast via Instagram

The Thames Cable Car. By ohbilly3d via Instagram


This is what Canary Wharf looks like now. Stunning. pic.twitter.com/1i1Xr9Yjos

— Shane Croucher (@shanecroucher) December 11, 2013

Incredible aerial photos of foggy London from @MPSinthesky - skyline of City poking thru low cloud. pic.twitter.com/hi421pAz27

— Jon Williams (@WilliamsJon) December 11, 2013

Foggy London this morning from the air... pic.twitter.com/C8nm3JWMhp

— James Dolphin (@jamesdolphin1) December 11, 2013

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War In Ukraine, Day 282: Vladimir Putin “Open To Talks” — If U.S. Changes Its Tune

Signing Ceremony for new territories to Russia back in September

Cameron Manley, Bertrand Hauger and Emma Albright

The Kremlin said Russian President Vladimir Putin was open to negotiations, adding that the possibility of talks would be hampered by the United States’ refusal to acknowledge annexed Ukrainian regions as being part of Russia.

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“The United States still does not recognize new territories as part of the Russian Federation, and this complicates the search for common ground for negotiations,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said yesterday during a regular call with journalists. “The most preferable way to achieve our interests is through peaceful, diplomatic means,” Peskov added.

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