Former United Kingdom Independence party leader Nigel Farage, who launched the Brexit campaign in the U.K., said Sunday that the anger among British voters regarding the latest developments with the Brexit deal is “unlike anything I have ever seen before.”
A crucial vote on U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal was facing a last-ditch bid by anti-Brexit MPs to derail it hours before lawmakers were due to cast their votes -- as thousands protested outside Parliament.
A climate change demonstrator climbed up the scaffolding of London’s Big Ben to drape two banners, calling for citizens to demand action.
A woman in France was killed and a second was injured Monday when the spinning fair ride they were on catapulted them over 30 feet to the ground, prompting authorities to take four people connected with the ride into custody, reports say.
Russian military units have been sent to patrol near the Syria-Turkey border, sparking fears Moscow is moving to fill a security vacuum after U.S. troops started withdrawing from the region last week.
A town in Sardinia ordered motorists and hikers to avoid Google Maps to navigate local roads after too many people got lost and stranded by using the popular app, according to a report.
A British man sentenced to 22 life sentences — and who authorities say may have raped or abused up to 200 Malaysian children — was reportedly stabbed to death in prison on Sunday, likely ending any hope cops had of gaining access to the man's encrypted computer files and any potential abusers identified within.
Myles Harrison, 27, was diagnosed with a brain tumor at 18 years old but was recently told there’s nothing else doctors can do for him.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan threatened Thursday that his country Thursday could “just open the gates and send 3.6 million Syrian refugees into Europe” if the European Union classifies his military’s ongoing assault on Syria as an “invasion."
After an anti-Semitic attack on a synagogue in Germany Wednesday left two people dead, officials are working to reassure the Jewish community, which is unsettled amid rising concerns about far-right extremism.
There were 10 Americans inside a synagogue in Germany when a gunman unsuccessfully tried to enter before killing two people outside the building on Wednesday, the U.S. ambassador to Germany said.
Serious questions have emerged about the International Atomic Energy Agency’s and the European powers’ silence regarding a series of German intelligence reports documenting the Iranian regime’s illegal attempts to obtain nuclear weapons technology as late as 2018.
At least five people were killed and three more were injured when a chartered plane crashed in Ukraine on Friday after it ran out of fuel, authorities said.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s new Brexit proposals are being met with skepticism Thursday from top European leaders as they say they are “still unconvinced” and that the plans “fall short in a number of aspects.”
Jewish leaders met this week in New York to address anti-Semitism across the globe, especially in Europe, where several countries, including Germany, Belgium, Britain, and France, have seen a rise in anti-Semitic incidents over the past few years.
A famous Sicilian chef claimed he was just “researching new flavors” when Italian police arrested him on suspicion of drug dealing after finding cannabis in his home, local reports said Saturday.
A U.S. airman stationed in Germany was sentenced by a court-martial Thursday to five years in jail for using hidden cameras in his off-base house to record women who were his guests bathing or undressing while he was away, according to a report.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday equated his country’s impending departure from the European Union to having one’s heart pecked out by an eagle for all of eternity.
Britain’s high court unanimously ruled that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks amid the contentious debate surrounding Brexit was illegal.
The Spanish Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the caretaker Socialist government can exhume the remains of former dictator Gen. Francisco Franco from the gigantic mausoleum he built on the outskirts of Madrid, seemingly settling a decades-old controversy.