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British police reopen London's Oxford Street after probing 'suspicious item'

Reuters | London | Updated: 06-08-2019 02:45 IST | Created: 06-08-2019 02:44 IST
British police reopen London's Oxford Street after probing 'suspicious item'
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British police said on Monday that roadblocks at London's Oxford Street were being lifted after an item they were investigating turned out to be non-suspicious.

Officials had closed the roads and the London Underground transport system around Oxford Street earlier to investigate an item they had deemed suspicious.

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