Dance music superstar Avicii dead at 28

Queen’s son to lead Commonwealth

Leaders of the Commonwealth — the 53-member group of mostly former British territories — have agreed that Britain’s Prince Charles will be the body’s next head.

Work begins to clean up areas of Salisbury after Skripal poisoning

Work is beginning in the English city of Salisbury to decontaminate potentially toxic “hot spots” linked to the nerve agent poisoning of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.

UK’s May proposes ban on plastic straws, stirrers and cotton swabs

Plastic straws, drink stirrers and cotton swabs could be banned in England under plans proposed by the UK government to reduce plastic waste and protect the world’s oceans.

Former British PM says calling the Brexit vote was the right thing to do

Former British Prime Minister David Cameron says he doesn’t regret calling a referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union — but wishes the result had gone the other way.

Turkey’s Erdogan announces snap election

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced Wednesday that the country will hold snap parliamentary and presidential elections on June 24, more than a year earlier than they were due to take place.

Last in Queen Elizabeth II’s line of corgis dies, says British press

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has lost the last descendant of her original corgi after 14-year-old Willow was put down at Windsor Castle on Sunday following a battle with cancer, according to UK media reports.

French man receives second face transplant

A man in Paris has become the world’s first to successfully receive two facial transplants.

Opinion: Macron has made France Europe’s power broker

From white-knuckle handshakes to basking in the pomp and circumstance of a military parade, French President Emmanuel Macron and US President Donald Trump have built a strong relationship. The pair have regular phone calls and later this week, Macron will become the first foreign leader to make an official state…

May apologizes for treatment of Caribbean immigrants

British Prime Minister Theresa May apologized Tuesday for her government’s treatment of some Caribbean immigrants to the United Kingdom and insisted they were still welcome in the country.

2013 UK deportation guide: ‘try to be Jamaican’

The British government has been criticized for a guide published in 2013 that urges people deported from the UK to Jamaica to “try to be ‘Jamaican’” and adopt a “local accent” upon arrival.

Invited to the UK, now told to prove they’re British

They came to help rebuild Britain after the devastation of World War Two, invited by the UK government to lay roads, drive buses, clean hospitals and nurse the sick.

French President spoke to Trump before Syria strikes

French President Emmanuel Macron said Sunday he “convinced” President Donald Trump to stay in Syria before the United States, United Kingdom and France launched strikes against targets at three sites Friday night .

French President spoke to Trump before Syria strikes

French President Emmanuel Macron said Sunday he “convinced” President Donald Trump to stay in Syria before the United States, United Kingdom and France launched strikes against targets at three sites Friday night .

French President spoke to Trump before Syria strikes

French President Emmanuel Macron said Sunday he “convinced” President Donald Trump to stay in Syria before the United States, United Kingdom and France launched strikes against targets at three sites Friday night .

May and Macron face questions; Putin warns

There will be questions for both UK Prime Minister Theresa May and her French counterpart Emmanuel Macron when they face their legislatures on Monday.

May and Macron face questions; Putin warns

There will be questions for both UK Prime Minister Theresa May and her French counterpart Emmanuel Macron when they face their legislatures on Monday.

May and Macron face questions; Putin warns

There will be questions for both UK Prime Minister Theresa May and her French counterpart Emmanuel Macron when they face their legislatures on Monday.

UK braces for possible Russian retaliation over Syria

Britain is bracing for the possibility of Russian retaliation in the wake of Saturday’s airstrikes on alleged chemical weapons sites in Syria.

READ: UK PM May’s statement on Syria strikes

BRITISH PRIME MINISTER THERESA MAY: This evening I have authorized British armed forces to conduct co-ordinated and targeted strikes to degrade the Syrian Regime’s chemical weapons capability and deter their use.

READ: UK PM May’s statement on Syria strikes

BRITISH PRIME MINISTER THERESA MAY: This evening I have authorized British armed forces to conduct co-ordinated and targeted strikes to degrade the Syrian Regime’s chemical weapons capability and deter their use.

READ: UK PM May’s statement on Syria strikes

BRITISH PRIME MINISTER THERESA MAY: This evening I have authorized British armed forces to conduct co-ordinated and targeted strikes to degrade the Syrian Regime’s chemical weapons capability and deter their use.

Cliff Richard: BBC ‘smeared’ his reputation

British singer Cliff Richard broke down while giving evidence to a High Court judge Friday, saying the BBC had “smeared” his name, according to Britain’s Press Association.

Cliff Richard: BBC ‘smeared’ his reputation

British singer Cliff Richard broke down while giving evidence to a High Court judge Friday, saying the BBC had “smeared” his name, according to Britain’s Press Association.

Cliff Richard: BBC ‘smeared’ his reputation

British singer Cliff Richard broke down while giving evidence to a High Court judge Friday, saying the BBC had “smeared” his name, according to Britain’s Press Association.