- Canadian prime minister to head to B.C.'s wildfire zone Updated: Jul-23-15 5:46 pm
KELOWNA, British Columbia - Canada's prime minister is heading to British Columbia to meet with crews battling raging wildfires there.
- India's opposition disrupts Parliament over cricket scandal Updated: Jul-21-15 8:01 am
NEW DELHI - Indian opposition parties disrupted Parliament on Tuesday to demand the resignation of two key ruling party leaders for allegedly helping a former Indian cricket official facing investigation for financial irregularities.
- UK's Cameron offers plan to counter attraction of extremism Updated: Jul-19-15 7:05 pm
LONDON - Prime Minister David Cameron is launching a five-year plan to defeat Islamic extremism, saying it is time to counter the ideology that has attracted so many young people to the Islamic State group.
- UK leader signals support for airstrikes on IS in Syria Updated: Jul-19-15 10:40 am
LONDON - Prime Minister David Cameron says Britain needs to take a greater role in destroying the Islamic State group in Syria - his most direct signal to date that he will seek to expand his country's role in supporting the United States and its allies.
- Netanyahu, British FM spar over Iran deal disagreements Updated: Jul-16-15 1:59 pm
JERUSALEM - Israel's prime minister and the British foreign secretary publicly sparred over the nuclear deal with Iran on Thursday, veering off prepared comments to exchange sharply different positions toward the agreement.
- The Latest: European Union to give Greece short-term loan Updated: Jul-16-15 10:17 am
ATHENS, Greece - The latest on Greece's financial crisis (all times local):
- The Latest: Obama: Unlikely that deal benefits militants Updated: Jul-15-15 2:55 pm
WASHINGTON - Here are the latest developments involving the agreement between the United States, Iran and world powers to limit the Islamic Republic's nuclear program (all times EDT):
- Daniel Craig, Judi Dench urge UK government to back BBC Updated: Jul-15-15 7:55 am
LONDON - Stars including Daniel Craig and Judi Dench are urging the British government to protect the BBC, as the publicly funded broadcaster faces budget cuts and political pressure for its ambitions to be curbed.
- UK: Neglect played role in 2013 deaths of 3 army reservists Updated: Jul-14-15 10:49 am
LONDON - Neglect and delays in providing medical treatment contributed to the deaths of three British army reservists who collapsed during a grueling special forces selection march, a coroner ruled Tuesday.
- Cameron says Britain needs more drones to combat IS threat Updated: Jul-13-15 10:35 am
LONDON - Britain's military should invest more in drones and elite troops to help counter the threat from the Islamic State group, Prime Minister David Cameron said Monday, calling terrorism one of the "evolving threats" facing the U.K.
- In security sweep, Tunisian forces kill 5 alleged extremists Updated: Jul-10-15 9:48 am
TUNIS, Tunisia - Tunisia's Interior Ministry says security forces leading a counterterrorism sweep have killed five suspected extremists in central Tunisia.
- 7/7 spurred tough anti-terror measures some say went too far Updated: Jul-05-15 5:04 am
LONDON - After four home-grown suicide bombers killed 52 London commuters on July 7, 2005, Prime Minister Tony Blair vowed that Britain would stop at nothing to defeat terrorism. "Let no one be in any doubt," he said. "The rules of the game are changing."
- Winton's rescue of Jewish children revealed after 50 years Updated: Jul-02-15 11:15 am
LONDON - "Is there anyone in our audience tonight who owes their life to Nicholas Winton?" asked the presenter of the popular BBC magazine program "That's Life".
- Nicholas Winton, savior of Jewish children, dies at 106 Updated: Jul-01-15 2:47 pm
LONDON - He was just a 29-year-old clerk at the London Stock Exchange when he faced the challenge of a lifetime. Traveling with a friend to Czechoslovakia in 1938, as the drums of impending war echoed around Europe, Nicholas Winton was hit by a key realization.
- Obama speaks to Cameron, Tunisian leader in attack aftermath Updated: Jun-29-15 6:47 pm
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama is offering U.S. assistance to the investigation into the attack in Tunisia that killed 38 people at a beach resort.