Turkey summons US envoy over Snowden spying claims

Turkey on Monday said it had summoned the US charge d'affaires in Ankara to demand an explanation over a report that Washington has spied intensively on Turkish leaders since 2006.

British PM unveils tougher anti-terror measures

Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday announced tougher anti-terror measures against British-born extremists planning to fight in Iraq and Syria, and prohibit them from returning to the UK to launch attacks on home soil.

Britain to outline tougher anti-jihadist measures

Prime Minister David Cameron was to outline tougher measures against jihadist suspects today after Britain raised its security risk assessment to a level where an attack is thought "highly likely".

Britain to outline tougher anti-jihadist measures

Prime Minister David Cameron was to outline tougher measures against jihadist suspects Monday after Britain raised its security risk assessment to a level where an attack is thought "highly likely".

British Conservative lawmakers may push for EU exit: report

Conservative lawmakers could pledge to support Britain leaving the European Union, irrespective of what powers are returned to London from Brussels, newspaper The Independent reported on Sunday.

How a rock band singer became ISIS militant threatening to behead Christians
How a rock band singer became ISIS militant threatening to behead Christians

A mother-of-two who once was with an all-girls rock band is believed to joined the Islamic State in Syria and now is threatening to behead Christians with blunt knife.

North Korea slams UK TV show on its nukes as 'hideous farce'

North Korea on Sunday slammed a new British TV drama series featuring its nuclear weapons programme, urging the British government to scrap the "slanderous farce" if it wants to maintain diplomatic ties.

North Korea slams UK TV show on its nukes as 'hideous farce'

North Korea on Sunday slammed a new British TV drama series featuring its nuclear weapons programme, urging the British government to scrap the "slanderous farce" if it wants to maintain diplomatic ties.

Afghan defence minister may attend NATO summit: Official

Afghanistan may have to send only its defence minister to a crucial NATO summit that will decide on future support because of an impasse over the presidential election, officials said on Sunday.

New EU president Tusk `can`t imagine` Britain leaving

Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk, named Saturday as the next European Union president, said he could not imagine the bloc without Britain and pledged to do everything possible to meet London`s demands for reform.

India-origin chef gives Prince Charles flavour of Indian food

Prince Charles has been getting a taste of spicy Indian food cooked by one of Britain's most celebrated Indian-origin chefs.

India-origin chef gives Prince Charles flavour of Indian food
India-origin chef gives Prince Charles flavour of Indian food

 

London: Prince Charles has been getting a taste of spicy Indian food cooked by one of Britain's most celebrated Indian-origin chefs.

Number of migrants in Britain up 39 percent

Net migration to Britain increased by more than a third in the past year, official figures showed Thursday, making a key pledge by Prime Minister David Cameron to cut numbers even more improbable.

British Tory MP defects to UKIP in blow for Cameron

British Prime Minister David Cameron suffered a heavy blow Thursday when one of his lawmakers, Douglas Carswell, announced he was leaving the Conservative Party to join the eurosceptic UK Independence Party (UKIP).

British PM to make business case for Scotland

British Prime Minister David Cameron is gearing up to make a strong business case for Scotland to remain within the United Kingdom after 200 business leaders signed an open letter backing independence.

Rotherham sex abuse scandal: Gangs of paedophiles exploited 1,400 children

An inquiry revealed on Tuesday some 1,400 minors were sexually abused in the British town of Rotherham over a 16-year period and blamed local authorities for failing to act.

British deputy PM to meet PM Modi in trade trip

Britain`s deputy prime minister Nick Clegg begins a trade mission to India on Monday, where he will meet the country`s prime minister Narendra Modi in a bid to strengthen economic ties.

James Foley beheading: British spy agencies MI5, MI6 identify killer

Days after the Islamic State posted a video showing the gruesome beheading of a US journalist James Foley, British intelligence agencies have identified the killer, better known as `Jihadi John`, reports said Sunday.

Two British Indians charged with murder

Two British Indian men were charged with stabbing and murdering a man on a London street, a media report said.

Britain mulls steps to combat extremism

To discourage extremist elements originating from Britain, Home Secretary Theresa May has plans to bring in new laws that may strip Britons fighting in Syria and Iraq of their citizenship.