Four men in a terror cell linked to Thursday's fatal van attacks in Barcelona appeared in court on Tuesday. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attacks.
In the deadliest attack in Spain since March 2004, more than 12 people were killed and dozens injured when a van sped down a pedestrian walkway in one of Barcelona's busiest tourist hubs on Thursday.
Britain said there must be no border posts or electronic checks between Northern Ireland and the Irish republic after Brexit, and it committed itself to maintaining the longstanding, border-free Common Travel Area covering the UK and Ireland.
Not long ago, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s calls for economic redistribution were seen by many within his own party as a liability. But today a decisive shift to the left seems possible, even probable in a bastion of Anglo-Saxon capitalism.
As Australia and other major European powers push gas and diesel bans, German lawmakers and auto manufacturers convened Wednesday with hopes to salvage diesel, an industry that fuels 800,000 jobs and comprises the nation's largest export.
As probable host for the 2024 Olympic Games, some Parisians welcome the opportunity for urban renewal as others raise concerns over rising rents and the effect on low-income residents.
Supporting Britain's effort to combat militant attacks, Home Secretary Amber Rudd will attend the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism, which partners Google, Twitter, Microsoft, and Facebook.
Only months after the demolition of 'the Jungle,' a migrant camp near Calais, France, watchdog groups have demanded that the migrants have access to drinking water and bathroom facilities.
The announcement Monday sparked skepticism among other officials, including the Archishop of Canterbury, who said that the chances of such a quick and smooth transition were 'infinitesimally small.'
Philip Hammond revealed that Britain may take up to three years to gain full independence from EU rules, leading some to complain about mixed signals given by the government on the speed and extent of the divorce.
Several prominent women TV journalists wrote an open letter to the BBC's top manager demanding that the gender pay gap reform must be enacted immediately after it came to light that the network's highest-paid woman earns less than a quarter of the highest-earning male star.
The divorce from Europe has slowed to a crawl as the British government works to sort out its disagreements over complex goals.