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Bethnal Green:

see Tower HamletsTower Hamlets,
inner borough (1991 pop. 153,500), of Greater London, SE England. Tower Hamlets was formed in 1965 by the merger of the metropolitan boroughs of Bethnal Green, Poplar, and Stepney.
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It comes after another block of flats in Bethnal Green caught fire at the end of June, and as the capital is still coming to terms with the devastating blaze at Grenfell Tower that killed at least 80 people.
Firefighters from Bethnal Green and surrounding fire stations are attending the scene," they said in a statement.
Serviced by excellent transport links including Bethnal Green Underground station (100m away) and the nearby Whitechapel Crossrail station (operational in 2018), the area has become a highly desirable location to live and work.
The Bethnal Green trio are believed to have married fellow foreigners who were fighting for IS, ITV News said.
Miles (pictured) - who will be seeking to improve on his 7-7 record in Bethnal Green - will be joined by Canning Town's Wadi Camacho (6-1), unbeaten Castleford fighter Nathan Owens (5-0-1), and Nottinghamshire's Shane McPhilbin (8-6), with four others to be confirmed at a later date.
A service will take place at St John on Bethnal Green Church, east London, followed by a procession to the memorial.
Speaking at Nesta, Minister for Civil Society Nick Hurd said that Wayra UnLtd and Bethnal Green Ventures would be the first to receive backing.
Entry is free to the museum, which a few yards from Bethnal Green Tube station.
Ashington face a long trip to Gloucestershire to face Hellenic League club Shortwood United, while the prize for Dunston UTS should they defeat Wisbech Town in this weekend's fourth-round replay is a home clash with Londoners Bethnal Green United.
James picked up a careerbest pounds 8,000 pay day by outworking Barrington Brown in their quarter-final clash in Bethnal Green.
On a clear night in March 1943, 173 men, women, and children from the downtrodden London neighborhood of Bethnal Green suffocated in a packed crowd while entering a public air-raid shelter in a Tube station.