Britain will begin training Syrian "moderate opposition forces" in Turkey and other regional countries within weeks as part of its efforts to fight ISIL
Britain's top court on March 26 overruled the government to allow the publication of a series of letters from Prince Charles to ministries, in a potential setback for the heir to the throne.
The BBC has dropped one of its most popular presenters, "Top Gear" host Jeremy Clarkson, two weeks after he was suspended over an altercation with a producer, reports said March 25.
British author Terry Pratchett, whose science-fantasy Discworld novels are some of the best-selling works in English fiction around the world, died on Thursday aged 66 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.
Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), sparked outrage on March 12 for saying Britain should scrap laws on racial discrimination at work because it was no longer a problem
Britain is seeking to better help Turkey prevent foreigners crossing into Syria to join jihadist groups, the chairman of the U.K.’s Home Affairs Select Committee stated on March 3
Recent football-related racism highlights European nations’ tortured transition from ethnically relatively homogeneous to multicultural immigration societies amid a resurgence of entrenched racial, including anti-Semitic, attitudes that flourish in times of economic crisis and are not limited to Muslim communities
Security footage has emerged appearing to show three British schoolgirls, believed to be on their way to join the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), waiting for hours at a bus station in Turkey before travelling to a city near the Syrian border, media reported on March 1.
Russia on Feb. 26 called Western threats of fresh sanctions against Moscow evidence that Washington and Brussels are not interested in the success of a troubled truce in Ukraine
British lawmakers have invited Turkey’s ambassador to Britain and the CEO of national flag carrier Turkish Airlines to speak about the disappearance of three teenage girls who are believed to have flown to Istanbul before heading to Syria to join the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)
Kyiv accused pro-Russian rebels of opening fire with rockets and artillery at villages in southeastern Ukraine on Monday, all but burying a week-old European-brokered ceasefire deal.
Turkey has criticized Britain for taking too long to inform it about three London schoolgirls who travelled to Turkey last week, possibly en route to join Islamist militants in Syria.
A British former foreign minister said on Feb. 24 he would leave parliament after a "cash for access" scandal exposed in an undercover investigation.
Excitement was buzzing at Yale University for the student-organized European Student Conference. Ayşenur Biçen blogs.
The backgrounds of Oscar hopefuls Benedict Cumberbatch and Eddie Redmayne have fuelled a running controversy ahead of Sunday's awards ceremony over whether acting is becoming an elitist profession in Britain.
A black French man pushed off a Paris metro train and racially abused by Chelsea supporters on Feb. 18 made a criminal complaint to police and demanded that the fans be punished.
The head of HSBC’s private bank has told staff past practices that may have allowed some clients to dodge taxes are unacceptable, with the company facing pressure on both sides of the Atlantic over its conduct.
The European Union’s chief executive warned Greeks yesterday not to expect the eurozone to bow to leftist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ demands in a growing confrontation over Athens’ debt crisis
Jordan executed two death-row jihadists at dawn after the execution of one of its fighter pilots by ISIL
The Islamic State group claimed in a video that it has beheaded a second Japanese hostage, drawing international condemnation and outrage from a visibly upset Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who denounced it as a "heinous and despicable" act
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