- The Latest: IOM eyes closer ties to UN to help migrants Updated: May-27-16 12:12 pm
GENEVA - The Latest on Europe's response to the migrant crisis (all times local):
- Abe claims success as G-7 leaders back action on economies Updated: May-27-16 6:02 am
SHIMA, Japan - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe claimed success Friday in winning support for his approach to fighting off a possible economic crisis from fellow leaders of the Group of Seven wealthy nations, despite mounting evidence the formula is failing to yield promised results in Japan.
- Hero of Canada parliament attack tackles protester in Dublin Updated: May-26-16 3:34 pm
DUBLIN - A Canadian diplomat who became a national hero when he shot a jihadi gunman inside the Ottawa parliament has tussled with a protester at a military ceremony in Dublin.
- UK looks into Italian claims that WWII sub has been found Updated: May-25-16 4:44 pm
ROME - Britain's Royal Navy says it's looking into claims by an Italian diver that he located the long-lost wreck of the HMS P311 submarine, which was downed off Sardinia during World War II.
- Dutch king: European bouquet incomplete without English rose Updated: May-25-16 12:03 pm
BRUSSELS - Dutch King Willem-Alexander used a speech to the European Parliament on Wednesday to make a plea for unity less than a month before Britain's referendum on whether to remain in the 28-nation bloc.
- Tony Blair says defeating IS requires 'proper ground war' Updated: May-24-16 9:02 am
LONDON - The Islamic State group will be defeated only with a ground war involving Western troops, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said Tuesday.
- UK's David Cameron warns of recession if Britain leaves EU Updated: May-23-16 6:44 am
LONDON - British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned that Britain would be plunged into a "do-it-yourself" recession if it votes to leave the European Union in the June 23 referendum.
- Cameron: I'd meet Trump, but his Muslim comments are wrong Updated: May-22-16 7:48 am
LONDON - British Prime Minister David Cameron said Sunday that he'd be happy to meet Donald Trump if he becomes the Republican presidential candidate.
- Canada apologizes for 1914 rejection of Asian migrant ship Updated: May-18-16 9:38 pm
TORONTO - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized in Parliament on Wednesday for a government decision in 1914 to turn away a ship carrying hundreds of South Asian immigrants.
- Sugar tax, spaceports meet pageantry in UK Queen's Speech Updated: May-18-16 12:51 pm
LONDON - Queen Elizabeth II donned an ermine-trimmed robe and diamond-studded crown Wednesday to announce government promises to put Britain at the cutting edge of technology and social progress in the 21st century.
- North Korea names ex-nuclear envoy as new foreign minister Updated: May-17-16 10:21 am
SEOUL, South Korea - North Korea has named a career diplomat and ex-nuclear envoy with broad experience in negotiating with rivals South Korea and the United States as its new foreign minister, according to a diplomatic letter from Pyongyang.
- UK man jailed for IS-inspired plot to attack US troops Updated: May-13-16 12:29 pm
LONDON - A British delivery driver was sentenced Friday to at least 12 years in prison for a jihadi-inspired plot to attack American military personnel in England.
- UK Supreme Court blocks damages for Iraqi civilians Updated: May-12-16 3:52 pm
LONDON - Britain's Supreme Court has blocked damage claims in a series of test cases brought by Iraqi civilians who allege they were mistreated by British soldiers Iraq between 2003 and 2009.
- Cameron's anti-corruption summit faces uphill struggle Updated: May-12-16 6:27 am
LONDON - British Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday called corruption a "cancer" at the heart of the world's problems, while U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said it was as great a threat as extremism.
- Queen Elizabeth II: Chinese officials were 'very rude' Updated: May-11-16 4:03 pm
LONDON - Britain's 90-year-old monarch has made a rare foray into political affairs, being caught on film characterizing Chinese officials as "very rude" in their dealings with British counterparts during a state visit last year.
- US, British troops hold joint exercises with Georgia's army Updated: May-11-16 9:38 am
TBILISI, Georgia - About 1,300 U.S., British and Georgian troops are conducting joint exercises aimed at training the former Soviet republic's military for participation in the NATO Response Force.
- UK treasury chief sees Clinton as winner, calls Trump 'odd' Updated: May-08-16 8:29 am
LONDON - Britain's treasury chief says he expects America's next president to be a woman. Guess who?
- Australian leader Turnbull seeks to gain mandate in vote Updated: May-08-16 1:20 am
CANBERRA, Australia - Malcolm Turnbull is Australia's fifth prime minister in as many years, and after eight months in the top job, declining approval ratings suggest he has proved a disappointment to many voters.
- Labour's Sadiq Khan elected 1st Muslim London mayor Updated: May-06-16 7:55 pm
LONDON - Sadiq Khan became London's first Muslim mayor Saturday, as voters rejected attempts to taint him with links to extremism and handed a decisive victory to the bus driver's son from south London.
- Scotland's independence party scores well but no majority Updated: May-06-16 11:43 am
GLASGOW, Scotland - The independence-minded Scottish National Party won a third consecutive term in government Friday but failed to secure an overall majority in the Scottish Parliament.
- Japan's Abe: Leaving EU could hurt Japanese investment in UK Updated: May-05-16 8:06 am
LONDON - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says Britain will be a less attractive destination for Japanese investment if it leaves the European Union.
- UK bows to pressure, will accept Syrian children from Europe Updated: May-04-16 10:29 am
LONDON - Britain's government bowed to pressure Wednesday and agreed to take in some unaccompanied children from Syria who have made their way to Europe.