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Iran Summons UK Envoy Over ‘Divisive’ Theresa May Remarks To…

DUBAI, (REUTERS): Iran summoned the British ambassador on Saturday to protest against remarks by Prime Minister Theresa May who accused

UK Court Convicts Belgian Linked To Brussels, Paris Attacks Suspect

LONDON, (AFP): A British court on Tuesday convicted a Belgian man living in Birmingham of giving money to Brussels and

EU Blames China For World Trade Organisation Environmental Trade Talks…

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND, (REUTERS): Europe's trade negotiator blamed China on Sunday for scuppering a global environmental trade deal by submitting impossible

EU police report highlights ongoing IS threat to Europe

THE HAGUE, Netherlands, (AP): The Islamic State group is likely to carry out new attacks in the European Union in

Britain Seeks To Restrict Access To Online Porn

LONDON, (AFP): Pornographic websites could be forced to check their users are over 18 under new measures debated by British

EU Parliament won’t accept Brexit deal threatening four EU freedoms

LONDON, (REUTERS): The European Parliament will not accept an agreement for Britain’s exit from the European Union that would endanger

Tintin Drawing Sells For Record 1.55 Million Euros In Paris

PARIS, FRANCE, (AFP): An original drawing from "Explorers on the Moon", widely regarded as one of the two best Tintin

Report: UK government said to have no plan for Brexit

LONDON, (AP): London's Times newspaper says a leaked memo prepared for Britain's Cabinet Office says the government has no plan

Paris Mayor Inaugurates New Reception Center For Migrants

PARIS, (AP): Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo inaugurated a new migrant reception center on Tuesday, which she hopes will prevent migrants

20,000 Defrauded As UK’s Tesco Bank Hit By Hack Attack

LONDON, (AFP): Britain's Tesco Bank temporarily froze all online transactions on Monday after around 20,000 customers had money stolen from

Focus on Britain’s post-Brexit future, PM May to tell EU…

BRUSSELS, (REUTERS): Prime Minister Theresa May will tell European Union leaders on Thursday it is time to start talking about

UK’s Brexit vote had no constitutional substance, court hears

By Michael Holden, LONDON, (REUTERS): Britain's vote in a June referendum to leave the European Union had no constitutional substance,

Turbulence ahead: UK Tories battle over soft or hard EU…

BIRMINGHAM, England, (AP): In June, British voters decided to leave the European Union — without agreeing exactly where they were

Women in Poland strike to protest proposal for abortion ban

WARSAW, Poland, (AP): Polish women donned black, waved black flags and took to Poland's streets on Monday, boycotting their jobs

British lawmaker PM May has “no idea” what to do…

LONDON, (REUTERS): British Prime Minister Theresa May’s government has no idea what to do about Brexit and Britain risks sowing

UK Police Probe Pippa Middleton’s Photo Hack

LONDON: Scotland Yard is investigating hacking claims of Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton sister's iCloud account that contained private photographs,

German defense minister: Fight against IS far from over

BERLIN, (AP): Germany's defense minister says despite recent gains against the Islamic State group in Iraq, the fight is far

Merkel: Migrant situation in Germany ‘many times better’

BERLIN, (AP): Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday defended her government's handling of the flood of migrants that crossed into Germany

Italy earthquake kills dozens, reduces towns to rubble

AMATRICE, (AP): A strong earthquake in central Italy reduced three towns to rubble as people slept early Wednesday, killing at

UK Black Lives Matter protesters block Heathrow airport road

LONDON, (AP): Activists linked to the U.S.-based group Black Lives Matter blocked a road Friday leading to London's Heathrow Airport