British Prime Minister David Cameron was accused on Monday of sowing sectarianism and division after stressing in an Easter message that Britain was still a "Christian country".
Reports about torture and abuse in the UAE of British nationals raises the specter of high profile Gulf acquisitions
Queen Elizabeth II welcomed the Irish president to Britain for the first time since with a banquet attended by former IRA commander Martin Guinness.
Maria Miller, the minister overseeing future regulation of Britain's press, has quit her cabinet post following a row over expenses
Two bombs targeting security posts near Cairo University exploded in quick succession Wednesday killing a police general, followed by a third blast as police and journalists gathered at the scene.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has ordered an investigation into the Muslim Brotherhood over concerns that the group is planning radical activities from a base in London
Former Norwegian premier Jens Stoltenberg was named the next NATO chief, taking over from current secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble on Friday boosted Britain's hopes of renegotiating its position in the EU
The US and Europe are "united in imposing a cost on Russia for its actions" in Ukraine, US President Barack Obama said on Monday ahead of a G7 crisis summit.
David Cameron said that G7 nations meeting next week must discuss the permanent expulsion of Russia from the wider G8 if it takes further action to destabilise Ukraine.
Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas on Thursday condemned the military escalation in and around the Gaza Strip, including rocket fire on Israel, at a news conference in Bethlehem.
Ukraine sought urgent Western backing on Monday after Russian President Vladimir Putin insisted that Crimea had the right to join his country even while hinting at a readiness for dialogue.
President Vladimir Putin has told Western leaders that the government of Crimea, which wants to hold a referendum on joining Russia, is a legitimate body
US President Barack Obama said Moscow was on the
'wrong side of history' in Europe's worst standoff since the Cold War
German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Britain Thursday to stay in the EU but played down David Cameron's hopes that her visit to London would bring major reforms.
Communities along the River Thames braced for more floods as Britain counted the cost of a storm that claimed several lives and left thousands without power
The British finance minister said there was no legal reason the rest of the United Kingdom should share the pound with an independent Scotland
Britain's top political leaders headed to flood-hit areas of south-west England on Monday as they looked to limit the growing fallout from the government's handling of the crisis.
Turkey is the primary partner of Russia, President Vladimir Putin said Feb. 7 after talks with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Sochi
British Prime Minister David Cameron urged people in all parts of the United Kingdom on Friday to persuade their Scottish friends and family to vote "no" to independence in September's referendum.
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