The 15-year-old Pakistani schoolgirl and womens’-education activist walked into a classroom on Tuesday for the first time since being shot in the head by the Taliban
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said March 14 Paris may begin supplying arms to anti-Assad rebels if partners don’t respond to a Franco-British appeal to lift the embargo.
When asked about her identity, Laura Jayne Minto Ceballos, a 19-year-old Falkland Islander studying in the U.K., has a less than straightforward answer. Her father’s family hails from Scotland and her Chilean mother was born in …
The new U.S. Secretary of State set off alarm bells in London over his comments regarding the U.K.’s disputed possession of the Falkland Islands
As Pope Benedict prepares to step down, Rome fast-tracks the retirement of Britain’s highest ranking Catholic prelate amid scandalous allegations.
Fresh controversy emerges in the Jimmy Savile child abuse scandal after censored transcripts from the BBC investigation were published.
One of the most celebrated submarines of World War II may about to be located 70 years after she was scuttled to avoid falling into enemy hands.
American CEO Maurice “the Grizz” Taylor’s bashing of France’s work ethic generates angry response from a proud and insulted country—whose productivity turns out to be better than conservative detractors admit.
The British MP George Galloway walked out of a debate at Oxford University on Wednesday evening when he discovered that his opponent was an Israeli citizen
At the Jallianwala Bagh memorial, David Cameron called the 1919 massacre “a deeply shameful event,” but didn’t extend a formal apology on behalf of his government
National governments and European Union officials continued scrambling to uncover any further cases of horsemeat in beef-based food products, while disgusted diners contemplate the safety of their food system
France’s leftist-controlled Parliament passes bill legalizing same-sex marriage and adoption over stiff opposition from conservative detractors, sending the text to probable upper-house approval into law in March
Sleep-deprived EU leaders adopt a vastly reduced 2014-2020 budget that leading European parliamentarians vow to send back.