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Princess Diana tried to cut her wrists weeks after her wedding: Report Princess Diana tried to cut her wrists weeks after her wedding: Report

Diana was so unhappy in the few weeks after her fairy tale wedding with Prince Charles that she tried to slash her wrists, according to the transcripts of secret tapes of the popular princess.

Russian opposition leader, 250 protestors arrested amid mass rallies

Alongside the Moscow demonstration, another 212 protests are expected to be held across the country as part of a grassroots movement against corruption in the Kremlin.

British PM Theresa May to face Conservative Party questioning over poll setback British PM Theresa May to face Conservative Party questioning over poll setback

At just eight seats shy of a majority, Theresa May turned to the right-wing Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) of Northern Ireland, which won 10 seats in Westminster.

Scotland Yard make new arrest in London terror attack inquiry Scotland Yard make new arrest in London terror attack inquiry

Scotland Yard has made a new arrest of a 19-year-old man in relation to its ongoing investigation into the London Bridge terrorist attack, bringing the total number of persons in custody to seven.

4 Syrians brothers face terrorism charges in Germany

Mustafa and Sultan are also charged with war crimes for allegedly forcing civilians from the city and plundering their possessions.

Britons rush to self-defence classes after Jihadist attacks Britons rush to self-defence classes after Jihadist attacks

Britain is reeling under a series of terror attacks as apart from the Westminister assault and the London Bridge attack it was also hit last month by the suicide bombing. 

Muslims hand out 3,000 roses at London Bridge after attack

A group of British Muslims handed out 3,000 roses to passersby and tourists at the London Bridge as a gesture of love, days after an attack at the iconic British site by Islamists claimed eight lives.

Indian-origin Tory candidate targeted by racist voter in UK

The 30-year-old was alerted to the message by one of his supporters who spotted it in a polling booth, at The Ascension Church in north London, the metro.Co.Uk reported.

Brexit minister Davis says UK could still walk away with no deal Brexit minister Davis says UK could still walk away with no deal

Britain`s Brexit minister David Davis said Britain could still walk away from negotiations with the European Union with no deal, and it was important to keep that option as talks over the terms of Britain`s departure from the bloc begin.

PM Theresa May not sobbing over election, Brexit minister says PM Theresa May not sobbing over election, Brexit minister says

Brexit Secretary David Davis said British Prime Minister Theresa May was not sobbing over last week`s failed election gamble when he met her after the vote.

Angela Merkel congratulates Macron, calls election result "strong vote for reforms" Angela Merkel congratulates Macron, calls election result "strong vote for reforms"

German Chancellor Angela Merkel congratulated French President Emmanuel Macron on the victory of his party in the first round of parliamentary elections, calling the result a strong vote for reforms.

British police arrest another man in London Bridge attack probe

The British Police investigating last weekend`s deadly attacks on London Bridge said they arrested a 19-year-old man in east London on Sunday.

Britain's Theresa May brings back foe, aiming to unite party before Brexit

Theresa May formed her cabinet despite failing to win a majority in Thursday`s Parliamentary Election.
 

Emmanuel Macron's party set for huge French parliamentary majority Emmanuel Macron's party set for huge French parliamentary majority

The vote delivered a further crushing blow to the Socialist and conservative parties that had alternated in power for decades.
 

UK-bound plane diverted; 3 held over 'suspicious conversation'

A UK-bound flight from Slovenia with 151 people on board was diverted to Germany after three passengers were found to be engaged in a "suspicious conversation" with "terrorist content".

London attackers faked suicide vests for `maximum fear` London attackers faked suicide vests for `maximum fear`

Fake suicide vests worn by the assailants in the London Bridge attack were made with disposable water bottles attached to leather belts, police revealed Sunday.

Voting begins in France to choose new parliament Voting begins in France to choose new parliament

Polling stations opened in France on Sunday for the first round of parliamentary elections with President Emmanuel Macron`s centrist party hoping to secure a clear majority.

Kosovo holds snap election with the economy in focus

About 1.9 million Kosovars, nearly half a million of whom live abroad, are registered to vote in the third election since Kosovo declared independence in 2008.
 

British PM Theresa May reaches 'outline' power deal after election fiasco British PM Theresa May reaches 'outline' power deal after election fiasco

May's Conservatives lost their parliamentary majority in Thursday's vote and need the support of the 10 MPs from Northern Ireland's DUP to have a majority.

London Bridge attacker tried to rent larger truck to kill more people London Bridge attacker tried to rent larger truck to kill more people

It has emerged that the London Bridge attackers were looking to carry out a larger-scale assault, as they tried to rent a 7.5-ton truck on the morning of the attack.

British PM  Theresa May's top aides quit after election disaster British PM Theresa May's top aides quit after election disaster

Timothy and Hill have been accused of creating a "toxic" atmosphere in Downing Street.
 

London attackers planned to use lorry: Police

The terrorists involved in the London Bridge attack that killed eight, had tried to hire a seven-and-a-half tonne lorry to carry out the brutality, police said.

Angela Merkel urges speedy Brexit talks after UK vote Angela Merkel urges speedy Brexit talks after UK vote

German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Britain Friday to quickly launch Brexit talks with the European Union after Prime Minister Theresa May suffered a harsh election setback.

Angela Merkel says all Gulf nations, Iran, Turkey must work to ease Qatar crisis Angela Merkel says all Gulf nations, Iran, Turkey must work to ease Qatar crisis

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday she was concerned about the situation in Qatar, adding that all Gulf nations, and also Iran and Turkey, should work together to find a solution to the regional dispute.

Northern Irish unionists to open talks with UK's Theresa May about support

The DUP - which defends Northern Ireland remaining part of the United Kingdom and takes a conservative approach to social issues.