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U.K. Halts Torture Case Against Former First Lady of Liberia

By Elian Peltier

A judge ruled that Agnes Reeves Taylor, the ex-wife of former President Charles Taylor, could not be tried in London over accusations of atrocity in her country’s civil war.

Splintered Isle: A Journey Through Brexit Britain

By Patrick Kingsley and Laetitia Vancon

As Britain heads for an election, a Times reporter spent two weeks driving from London to Glasgow. He found a country united only by its disunity.

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Her Heart Stopped for 6 Hours. Now She’s Ready to Go Back to Work.

By Anna Schaverien

Audrey Mash got caught in a snowstorm while hiking in the Pyrenees. Doctors say she experienced the longest period of cardiac arrest that a patient has survived in Spain.

Cold Stopped a Woman’s Heart for 6 Hours, Then Helped Save Her Life

By Anna Schaverien

Audrey Mash got caught in a snowstorm while hiking in the Pyrenees. Doctors say she experienced the longest period of cardiac arrest that a patient has survived in Spain.

Cold Stopped a Woman’s Heart for 6 Hours, Then Helped Save Her Life

By Anna Schaverien

Audrey Mash got caught in a snowstorm while hiking in the Pyrenees. Doctors say she experienced the longest period of cardiac arrest that a patient has survived in Spain.

Now Drawing Viewers: The Election Interview Boris Johnson Won’t Do

By Mark Landler

Britain’s prime minister has yet to set a date with Andrew Neil, the BBC’s feared political interrogator. But Mr. Neil’s challenge to him is spreading widely on social media.

β€˜A Present From Norway and It’s Dead’: Christmas Tree Unites London in Dismay

By Iliana Magra

“It looks like a Christmas tree losing hair,” one Londoner said of the fir in Trafalgar Square. It did not put everyone in the holiday spirit.

Portrait of London Bridge Killer, in His Own Words

By Ceylan Yeginsu

The extremist behind last week’s London Bridge attack wrote letters to the authorities from jail, claiming that he was on a “new path” and was “learning to become a good Muslim.”

Threats and Abuse Change How Female Candidates Campaign in U.K. Election

By Megan Specia

This is politics in a climate of fear and intimidation: Inconspicuous offices with no campaign posters and multiple security cameras. No canvassing after dark. Death threats.

For Trump and Europe, a Surprising Role Reversal

By Mark Landler

Where the president once kept European leaders off balance, Europe’s shifting landscape now has the Great Disrupter scrambling to recalibrate his approach.

β€˜I Don’t Know Prince Andrew,’ Trump Says. Photos Say Otherwise.

By Iliana Magra

Speaking to reporters in London, President Trump denied knowing Prince Andrew, despite having been photographed with him on several occasions.

In Tense Exchange, Trump and Macron Put Forth Dueling Visions for NATO

By Katie Rogers and Annie Karni

President Trump said a warning from President Emmanuel Macron of France that Europe could no longer assume American support was “a very dangerous statement.” Mr. Macron said he stood by it.

For Boris Johnson, a Perilous Week Negotiating Terrorism and Trump

By Mark Landler and Benjamin Mueller

President Trump has roiled British politics before, with comments on terrorism, as well as Brexit, trade and other sensitive issues. He may do so again as he visits for a NATO meeting.

Prince Andrew’s Accuser Takes Her Case to the BBC

By Mark Landler

For the first time, Virginia Roberts Giuffre told a British television audience about a trip she took to London in 2001, during which, she says, she was ordered to have sex with Prince Andrew.

Dead Whale, 220 Pounds of Debris Inside, Is a β€˜Grim Reminder’ of Ocean Trash

By Johnny Diaz

The sperm whale washed up on a Scottish beach with a stomach full of rope, netting and plastic. “What was unusual in this case was the sheer volume,” a local expert said.

Dead Whale, 220 Pounds of Debris Inside, Is a β€˜Grim Reminder’ of Ocean Trash

By Johnny Diaz

The sperm whale washed up on a Scottish beach with a stomach full of rope, netting and plastic. “What was unusual in this case was the sheer volume,” a local expert said.

London Bridge Attack Victims Were Advocates for Prisoner Rehabilitation

By Megan Specia

Saskia Jones and Jack Merritt, who were killed in the attack, had worked with a prison education program backed by Cambridge University.

London Bridge Attack Victims Were Advocates for Prisoner Rehabilitation

By Megan Specia

Saskia Jones and Jack Merritt, who were killed in the attack, had worked with a prison education program backed by Cambridge University.

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