In an attempt to end the nation's state of emergency in effect since the 2015 terror attack, a proposed bill wants to expand police power. But Human Rights Watch says the law will lead to anti-Muslim rhetoric and fan societal prejudices.
Peace talks will commence Wednesday in Switzerland to discuss the reunification of ethnically-divided Cyprus, and to hash out the related security oversight and territorial disputes, among other issues.
A new deal with Northern Ireland's DUP could help Prime Minister Theresa May recover after a disastrous election. The announcement also sparks concern from Scotland and Wales about the deal's fairness.
Law enforcement officials consider charges of manslaughter after a criminal investigation exposes the tragic Grenfell Tower inferno was touched off by a refrigerator fire, in addition to exterior cladding that failed safety tests.
The Grenfell Tower fire sparked safety concerns among London residents. Government inspections and a criminal investigation to examine cladding panels often added to the exterior of tower blocks is now under way.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby apologized to the sexual assault victims of ex-bishop Peter Ball. The Church of England helped to hide the abuse, enabling the bishop's return to ministry for years before being rightfully prosecuted.
Following a humbling election, Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May promised to be a better listener to Brexit-related business concerns, as revealed in a Queen’s Speech dominated by policies aimed at leaving the EU.
The rising tide of anti-EU sentiments since Brexit has begun to ebb, says one EU leader, as political movements characterized by eurosceptic tendencies in France and Britain lose support.
The incident June 20 mirrors recent attacks in other European capitals, putting Belgium on high alert for lone attackers in populated areas during the tourist season.
The 27 remaining European Union states spar for the first time since the Brexit decision over where banking and medical regulators should be based after leaving London.
Mediation in Britain's exit from the European Union officially gets under way as Brexit negotiators gather at EU headquarters in Brussels on June 19. First issue on the docket: building trust among nations.
British Muslims were the victims of an attack on June 18 when a man drove a van into a crowd leaving evening prayers outside Finsbury Park mosque.
Retraining programs, many steering workers toward blue-collar jobs, flourish in Europe. What can the US learn?
In a nation plagued by long-standing unemployment and a mountain of debt, some Greeks are cautious to celebrate the credit lifeline thrown to them by EU governments on June 16. Others, however, see the gesture as 'the beginning of the end to the Greek drama.'