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- Eight Articles of London (1814), secret protocol awarding the territory of modern Belgium and the Netherlands to William I of the Netherlands
- London Protocol (1828), statement of war aims of European powers in Greek War of Independence
- London Protocol (1829), amendment of protocol of 1828 expanding Greek borders
- London Protocol (1830), recognized Greece as an independent, sovereign state
- London Protocol (1832), ratified and reiterated terms of Treaty of Constantinople
- London Protocol (1852), altered succession of duchies of Schleswig and Holstein to maintain personal union with Denmark.
- London Protocol (1862), reiterated terms of Anglo-Japanese Treaty of Amity and Commerce
- London Protocol (1877), British pledge of neutrality in Russo-Turkish War in exchange for limitation of Russian war aims.
- London Protocol (1944), Allied agreement to divide Nazi Germany into three occupation zones after World War II
- London Convention on the Prevention of Marine Pollution by Dumping of Wastes and Other Matter (1972), international agreement limiting dumping of hazardous waste at sea
- London Agreement (2000), reduced requirements to translate patents granted under European Patent Convention
- London Protocol (2004), protocol established at Imperial College London for responding to clinical incidents
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