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Originally published Friday, March 30, 2012 at 3:28 AM

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IOC wraps up final inspection in London

The IOC says London is right where it should be with the opening ceremony of the Olympics less than four months away.

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LONDON —

The IOC says London is right where it should be with the opening ceremony of the Olympics less than four months away.

The International Olympic Committee's coordination commission wrapped up its 10th and final inspection visit to London on Friday and was full of praise for the games preparations.

IOC coordination commission chairman Denis Oswald says "London is ready to welcome the world."

He says "we have no doubt this summer will be like no other in the U.K."

Meanwhile, about two dozen protesters demonstrated outside against Olympic sponsor Dow Chemicals over its links to the 1984 Bhopal gas leak disaster in India.

London organizing committee chairman Sebastian Coe says he would be willing to meet with the group.

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