- The Latest: UK envoy: Jet downing must spur end to Syria war Updated: Nov-25-15 3:20 pm
ANKARA, Turkey - The latest on the war in Syria, including a Russian warplane shot down by Turkey. All times local:
- Cameron pledges to outline strategy against IS this week Updated: Nov-23-15 1:43 pm
LONDON - British Prime Minister David Cameron will begin to lay out his case this week for the Royal Air Force to start hitting Islamic State targets in Syria, something he has been eager to do but feared being blocked by Parliament.
- Syria's civil war now Europe's war after Paris attacks Updated: Nov-16-15 12:25 pm
LONDON - What started as a distant civil war in Syria, with rebel factions challenging the authoritarian government of President Bashar Assad, has become Europe's war, with no easy end in sight.
- Paris attacks reaction: Nordic governments condemn attacks Updated: Nov-14-15 5:50 am
PARIS - World leaders are reacting to the deadliest violence to strike France since World War II. Some of their comments:
- India's Modi meets queen, rallies fans on 2nd day of UK trip Updated: Nov-13-15 12:59 pm
LONDON - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi lunched with Queen Elizabeth II and rallied thousands of cheering supporters on the second day of his high-profile official visit to Britain, as royal officials announced Prince William and his wife Kate will visit India next year.
- Cameron: not yet clear if US strike killed 'Jihadi John' Updated: Nov-13-15 5:42 am
LONDON - British Prime Minister David Cameron says officials are not yet certain whether a U.S. drone strike killed Mohammed Emwazi, the masked militant in Islamic State-group beheading videos known as "Jihadi John."
- Australian leader reminded of Prince Charles criticism Updated: Nov-11-15 4:03 am
CANBERRA, Australia - Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was on Wednesday reminded of some harsh criticism he made of Prince Charles as the first in line to the British throne visited the Australian capital.
- Ex-UK soldier arrested over role in Bloody Sunday massacre Updated: Nov-10-15 10:03 pm
DUBLIN - Detectives investigating the biggest mass killing by British troops in Northern Ireland, the Bloody Sunday massacre in 1972, on Tuesday arrested on suspicion of murder one of the soldiers who opened fire that day - the first detention of its kind following decades of demands for justice.
- Cameron: Britain's EU demands not 'Mission: Impossible' Updated: Nov-10-15 3:46 pm
LONDON - British Prime Minister David Cameron laid out his government's demands for European Union reform Tuesday, saying a looser "British model of membership" would let him campaign "heart and soul" for his country to stay in the 28-nation bloc.
- The Latest: Denmark cautiously welcomes UK reform demands Updated: Nov-10-15 1:03 pm
BRUSSELS - The latest reaction to Britain's demands for European Union reform. All times local.
- In Egypt, angry talk of Western conspiracy over plane crash Updated: Nov-10-15 5:36 am
CAIRO - Egyptian media have reacted with fury as Britain and the United States increasingly point to a bomb as the cause of the Oct. 31 Russian plane crash in Sinai, with many outlets hammering home the same message: Egypt is facing a Western conspiracy that seeks to scare off tourists and destroy the country's economy.
- The Latest: British minister: Jet likely downed by explosive Updated: Nov-09-15 1:47 pm
CAIRO - The latest on the crash of a Russian plane in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula over a week ago that killed all 224 people onboard. (All times local.)
- UK leaders warn of 'Brexit' if no fundamental reforms to EU Updated: Nov-08-15 11:52 am
LONDON - Britain's foreign secretary says the European Union must implement fundamental reform or British people would vote to leave the bloc in an upcoming referendum.
- UK lawmakers wary of government plan for Syria airstrikes Updated: Nov-03-15 12:05 pm
LONDON - The British government insisted Tuesday that it is still considering airstrikes against Islamic State group targets in Syria, even though an influential group of lawmakers said the military action would be "incoherent" and ineffective without a plan to end the country's civil war.
- Head of inquiry into Iraq war expects report next year Updated: Oct-29-15 9:28 am
LONDON - The chairman of Britain's Iraq war inquiry pledged in a letter released Thursday that his long-awaited report will be published next summer, disappointing the prime minister and families of slain service personnel who were hoping that it would happen sooner.
- Britain to keep 450 troops in Afghanistan through 2016 Updated: Oct-27-15 8:46 am
LONDON - Britain will extend the stay of about 450 soldiers in Afghanistan throughout 2016, the defense secretary said Tuesday following a similar announcement by the United States to extend its military presence there.