- 7/7 spurred tough anti-terror measures some say went too far Updated: Jul-05-15 5:04 am
LONDON - After four home-grown suicide bombers killed 52 London commuters on July 7, 2005, Prime Minister Tony Blair vowed that Britain would stop at nothing to defeat terrorism. "Let no one be in any doubt," he said. "The rules of the game are changing."
- UK minister: Illogical to attack IS in Iraq but not Syria Updated: Jul-02-15 11:23 am
LONDON - Britain's defense minister says lawmakers should consider expanding Royal Air Force airstrikes against the Islamic State from Iraq into Syria.
- Winton's rescue of Jewish children revealed after 50 years Updated: Jul-02-15 11:15 am
LONDON - "Is there anyone in our audience tonight who owes their life to Nicholas Winton?" asked the presenter of the popular BBC magazine program "That's Life".
- Nicholas Winton, savior of Jewish children, dies at 106 Updated: Jul-01-15 2:47 pm
LONDON - He was just a 29-year-old clerk at the London Stock Exchange when he faced the challenge of a lifetime. Traveling with a friend to Czechoslovakia in 1938, as the drums of impending war echoed around Europe, Nicholas Winton was hit by a key realization.
- Obama speaks to Cameron, Tunisian leader in attack aftermath Updated: Jun-29-15 6:47 pm
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama is offering U.S. assistance to the investigation into the attack in Tunisia that killed 38 people at a beach resort.
- UK's Cameron promises wide, long-term response to terror Updated: Jun-29-15 5:47 am
LONDON - Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday pledged a wide response to extremism, describing Britain as being united in grief over the beach massacre in Tunisia.
- British bid underway to revamp relationship with EU Updated: Jun-26-15 10:35 am
BRUSSELS - Britain's attempt to forge a new relationship with the European Union has officially started - with positive words but little detail, and months of tough negotiations ahead.
- Queen meets survivors, liberators of former Nazi camp Updated: Jun-26-15 8:01 am
BERLIN - Queen Elizabeth II concluded her three-day state visit to Germany on Friday with a somber visit to Bergen-Belsen, the first former Nazi concentration camp she has visited.
- Rebel flag controversy 1 in long line of disputes worldwide Updated: Jun-23-15 5:45 pm
BERLIN - Around the world, countries have long struggled with questions about flags similar to those faced by South Carolina, which is under pressure to remove a Confederate flag from its statehouse in the wake of the shootings that killed nine people at a historic black church.
- Prince Harry ends decade in UK army; now to target poachers Updated: Jun-19-15 1:08 pm
LONDON - Prince Harry formally ended his full-time military service in Britain's army Friday, wrapping up a career in which he qualified as an Apache helicopter pilot and completed two tours of duty in Afghanistan.
- British PM says Muslims must do more to counter IS ideology Updated: Jun-19-15 12:16 pm
BRATISLAVA, Slovakia - Prime Minister David Cameron charged Friday that some British Muslims quietly condone the radical ideology of the Islamic State group, prompting accusations that he is scapegoating the large and diverse community.
- Kenya official: Al-Shabab commander killed in attack of army Updated: Jun-15-15 11:56 am
NAIROBI, Kenya - Kenya's military Monday said they killed a Kenyan al-Shabab commander responsible for two attacks a year ago that killed at least 60 people, killing the extremist as he led an attack on a military camp in the same area.
- Britain, Argentina in new dispute over the Falkland Islands Updated: Jun-11-15 8:56 am
BRUSSELS - Britain and Argentina are clashing again in their long-running dispute over the Falkland Islands, this time at an international summit in Brussels.
- UK honors Waterloo soldiers on 200th anniversary of victory Updated: Jun-10-15 10:10 am
LONDON - Britain has unveiled its first memorial to the thousands of soldiers who fought and died in the battle of Waterloo as the 200th anniversary of the famous victory over the French nears.
- UK bill for an in-out EU referendum passes first hurdle Updated: Jun-09-15 3:25 pm
LONDON - British lawmakers overwhelmingly voted a bill setting up a referendum on European Union membership over its first big hurdle in Parliament Tuesday, with Prime Minister David Cameron gaining support from the Labour opposition but facing unrest within Conservative ranks.
- Obama's trade quest in Congress trails him across Atlantic Updated: Jun-07-15 6:10 pm
ELMAU, Germany - President Barack Obama's politically fraught trade quest in Washington trailed him across the Atlantic Sunday, as he met with world leaders anxiously watching a debate on Capitol Hill that could impact the status of economic pacts with the Asia-Pacific and Europe.
- Britain to send 125 more troops to Iraq in fight against IS Updated: Jun-07-15 12:59 pm
LONDON - Prime Minister David Cameron says Britain will send 125 more troops to Iraq to train local forces fighting the Islamic State group.
- UK's David Cameron urges global fight against corruption Updated: Jun-06-15 5:54 am
LONDON - British Prime Minister David Cameron says the bribery scandal engulfing soccer's governing body should spur world leaders to tackle corruption in governments, businesses and international organizations.