The two men named as suspects in the attempted killing of a former spy in Britain were among those placed on a sanctions list.
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The checks democratic systems impose on popular will are no accident. But the discontent they can lead to offers fertile ground to populists.
Cuadrilla Resources has stopped its hydraulic fracturing in Lancashire and pulled equipment off the site. The future of fracking in Britain remains uncertain.
Two tankers performing a fuel transfer near the contested Kerch Strait caught fire, leading to the deaths. The strait is a sticking point in relations between Russia and Ukraine.
The prime minister may be hoping that as the Brexit deadline approaches, lawmakers will vote for her plan despite misgivings.
France penalized the company for not properly disclosing to users how data is collected across its services to present personalized advertising.
Rustic shelters called bothies — more than 100 of which are scattered throughout England, Wales and Scotland — are an indispensable, if little-known, element of British hill culture.
Something in the new Oscar de la Renta boutique in Paris was not what it seemed.
Judges who preside over war-crimes trials and disputes between nations are entangled in awkward questions over how much money they should make.
People who felt abandoned found an unlikely sense of community at the traffic circles. Without such a central gathering place, will the movement dissipate or get swept up in extremist politics?
The husband of Queen Elizabeth II was photographed behind the wheel of another Land Rover, two days after he was involved in a car crash that injured two women.
The device caused no casualties or major damage, but after receiving a warning, the police evacuated children from a youth club and hundreds of people from a hotel and a masonic hall before the explosion.
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Athens on Sunday, days before lawmakers vote on whether to ratify an agreement to rename the country’s northern neighbor North Macedonia.
Canada was bested by Norway for bragging rights to the world’s tallest moose sculpture. Now Canadians are raising money to make Mac the Moose great again.
In a dozen cities around the globe, women voiced worries about a bleak political future and called for an end to inequality and violence against women.
Grace Meng, whose husband, Meng Hongwei, was abruptly detained in China on corruption charges last year, says she fears for her safety.
Speaker John Bercow has overturned precedent to give the British Parliament a bigger role in Brexit.
The scale of the catastrophe became clear after three survivors who were rescued by the Italian Navy told aid workers 117 migrants had died in a wreck of an inflatable dinghy.
Even before the mayor, Pawel Adamowicz, was laid to rest on Saturday, it was clear that his death could have profound political consequences.
Lindsey Graham, who met with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said he was on a mission to ensure that the withdrawal of troops did not damage American long-term interests.