Migrant dies in Channel Tunnel to Britain

A migrant died on Tuesday trying to reach Britain through the Channel Tunnel, a French official in the Pas-de-Calais region said.

Britain pays tribute to 7/7 victims 10 years after London bombings
Britain pays tribute to 7/7 victims 10 years after London bombings

 Prime Minister David Cameron led sombre tributes on Tuesday as Britain commemorated the 10th anniversary of attacks that killed 56 people in London, the first suicide bombings by Islamist militants in western Europe.

Migrant dies in Channel Tunnel to Britain: French authorities
Migrant dies in Channel Tunnel to Britain: French authorities

 A migrant died on Tuesday trying to reach Britain through the Channel Tunnel, a French official in the Pas-de-Calais region said. 

UK remembers 2005 London bombings under shadow of Tunisia

Britain will on Tuesday mark 10 years since the London bombings with a minute`s silence for the 52 victims, less than a fortnight after an attack in Tunisia highlighted the ongoing Islamist threat.

Iran nuclear talks drama in knife-edge final act

Marathon Iran nuclear talks appeared to be stumbling on Monday as foreign ministers grappled to resolve the last hurdles blocking a deal, amid warnings that years of negotiations may fail at the 11th hour.

Iran demands end to UN missile sanctions, West refuses: Envoys

A dispute over UN sanctions on Iran`s ballistic missile programme and a broader arms embargo were among issues holding up a nuclear deal between Tehran and six world powers on Monday, the day before their latest self-imposed deadline.

Austria files EU complaint against UK nuclear plant

Austria has filed a legal challenge at the European Court of Justice against EU-granted state subsidies for a new nuclear power plant in Britain, government officials confirmed on Monday.

Man parading in Britain with ISIS flag did not break law: Police
Man parading in Britain with ISIS flag did not break law: Police

 A man, who paraded in London with an Islamic State (IS) flag wrapped around him, was found not guilty of breaking any law, police said.

EU foreign policy chief says Iran nuclear deal 'very close'

A nuclear deal with Iran is "very close" after almost two years of negotiations, the EU's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said.

Two senior UK ministers hunt down rat during budget meeting!

Larry, the 10 Downing Street's "chief mouser", could be sent packing in Prime Minister David Cameron's next reshuffle with Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne and his Cabinet colleague giving stiff competition to the feline.

UK risks losing its standing as a nation of dog lovers: Experts
UK risks losing its standing as a nation of dog lovers: Experts

Britain risks losing its reputation as a nation of dog lovers due to fickle owners, poor training and an appalling new trend in dumping puppies, charities say.

Britain condemns Boko Haram attacks in Nigeria

Britain has slammed the recent Boko Haram attacks in Nigeria`s northeast Borno State, which have killed over 100 people in the holy month of Ramadan.

Two London teens have married IS fighters: Lawyer

Two of three teenage girls who travelled from Britain to Syria sparking criticism of the police response have married Islamic State (IS) group fighters, the lawyer for their families said Saturday.

31 rebels killed in Syria blast

 An explosion at a rebels` meeting in Syria`s northwestern province of Idlib killed 31 of them, a monitor group reported on Saturday.

Missing UK schoolgirls seen carrying Kalashnikov rifle in ISIS's Raqqa?
Missing UK schoolgirls seen carrying Kalashnikov rifle in ISIS's Raqqa?

A video footage, believed to be of the Bethnal Green schoolgirls, giving glimpse of their life in Syria has surfaced months after they fled Britain to join the Islamic State.

Netanyahu blasts UNHRC for endorsing Gaza war crimes report

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has slammed a decision by the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to endorse a report accusing Israel and Hamas in war crimes during last summer's war in the Palestinian enclave.

UK seeks political consensus for Syria air strikes
UK seeks political consensus for Syria air strikes

The British defence minister has appealed for political consensus while laying the groundwork for air strikes on Islamic State (IS) targets in Syria, saying the terrorists needed to be targeted "at source".

Fresh push in Iran nuclear talks in Tehran, Vienna

 Major-power foreign ministers and the UN atomic watchdog chief were set to launch a fresh two-pronged push Thursday to nail down an elusive nuclear deal with Iran in a sixth day of high-stakes diplomatic poker.

UK tabloid ex-deputy cleared over phone-hacking

 The former deputy editor of Britain`s News of the World tabloid, which media tycoon Rupert Murdoch closed down four years ago over phone-hacking, was on Wednesday cleared of involvement in the practice.

Fiji extends deadline for decision on new flag

Fiji on Tuesday said it was delaying plans to create a new national flag amid intense public interest in designing one that does not feature Britain`s Union Jack.