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.
Millions of Londoners were caught up in commuting chaos on Wednesday, as Underground workers began the first in a series of strikes that Prime Minister David Cameron branded as "shameful.
The United Nations Security Council is cracking down on ivory hunters and traffickers who finance armed groups in Africa in a new initiative which has been welcomed by conservationists.
French President Hollande dealt a blow Friday to PM Cameron's hopes of renegotiating Britain's membership of the EU before a referendum in 2017, saying treaty change was "not a priority".
Within the scope of its UK and Europe tour, the internationally acclaimed ‘Cats’ musical will entertain Istanbul audiences with 16 performances at the Zorlu Center PSM
Germany’s governing coalition is squabbling over calls to restrict welfare payments to European immigrants as the continent’s labor markets open to Romanians and Bulgarians, sparking a debate across the bloc.
Romanians and Bulgarians have the right to work in any of the European Union's 28 countries from Wednesday but "no major increase" in emigration is expected
Prime Minister David Cameron boasted Wednesday that Britain would become a post-recession flagship in 2014, in what was reported as a swipe at France's "disastrous" economic policies.
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It’s always dangerous to declare 'mission accomplished.' But when Edward Snowden said it this week, nobody laughed
Irish actor Peter O'Toole, the star of the 1962 Oscar-winning epic "Lawrence of Arabia," has died aged 81
British Prime Minister David Cameron expressed confidence that a security agreement
European Union leaders should 'hang their heads in shame' at their failure to provide safe haven for Syrian refugees fleeing the brutal conflict, Amnesty International said
US President Barack Obama may have moved the masses attending Nelson Mandela's memorial service with his stirring eulogy on Tuesday, but it was his grinning "selfie" with the Danish and British premiers that set social networks abuzz.
Tens of thousands of South Africans converged in sorrow, celebration and pride Tuesday on Soweto's World Cup stadium, to sit side-by-side with presidents, priests and queens at a memorial service for unifying global icon Nelson Mandela.