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  • UK police bail 3 teens held on way to Syria, arrest new teen

    British police, under pressure to stem the flow of would-be militants eager to join the Islamic State group, on Monday arrested an 18-year-old man suspected of planning to travel to Syria. Hours earlier, they freed on bail three other U.K. teens...
  • UK police watchdog to probe sex offense cover-up claims

    Britain's independent police watchdog says it is looking into allegations that Scotland Yard covered up historic allegations of child abuse from the 1970s to the 2000s. The Independent Police Complaints Commission said Monday it is investigating 14...
  • UK arrests 3 teens stopped in Turkey on way to Syria

    Three male teens from Britain who reached Turkey before being deported to the U.K. and arrested are believed to be the latest examples of a worrying trend — the rising number of young Britons seeking to travel to Syria to join extremists there. The...
  • In about-face, Sweden offers to question Assange in London

    Julian Assange and his supporters warily welcomed a surprise U-turn Friday by Swedish prosecutors, who now say they are willing to come to London to quiz the WikiLeaks founder over alleged sex crimes. The reversal, however, doesn't mean the anti-...
  • Video seems to show 3 UK girls before they went to Syria

    A video that appears to show a man helping three British schoolgirls on their way to join the Islamic State group in Syria was released Friday by a Turkish news channel. A Haber television said that the video was filmed in Gaziantep on Turkey's border...
  • Queen marks end of UK's 13 years in Afghanistan

    Queen Elizabeth II joined veterans in a solemn service Friday as Britain commemorated the end of its combat operations in Afghanistan. Prince William, his pregnant wife Kate, and Prince Harry — who served two tours during the conflict —...
  • Sweden bends in Julian Assange case, asks for interview in London

    Sweden bends in Julian Assange case, asks for interview in London
    Swedish prosecutors have offered to fly to Britain to question Julian Assange over sexual assault accusations, a move that could end years of political and diplomatic deadlock. A formal request was made Friday by Marianne Ny, who leads the team...
  • Elizabeth Hurley stars in new E! series 'The Royals'

    PASADENA, Calif. � Leave it to E! to turn the British monarchy into an international version of the Kardashians. The cable network's first original drama, "The Royals," envisions a world where the Queen of England, Helena, is portrayed by the...
  • Despite the revolution, America owes much to the British, professor notes

    Despite the revolution, America owes much to the British, professor notes
    The earliest citizens of America fought a revolutionary war to gain independence from the British, Richard Guy Wilson noted, but even though Americans won that war and would become the United States, England continued to hold a major influence over the...
  • Turkey detains suspect who allegedly helped UK girls join IS

    A foreign intelligence operative suspected of helping three British schoolgirls join the Islamic State group in Syria has been detained, Turkey's foreign minister said Thursday. Mevlut Cavusoglu said the suspect helped the teenagers even though he or she...
  • Irish Setter eats poisoned meat, dies after famed UK dog show

    Irish Setter eats poisoned meat, dies after famed UK dog show
    Tasty cubes of beef would tempt any dog, let alone one sitting patiently on the stand during public viewing at Crufts, Britain's premier dog show. But instead of a treat, one owner says a deadly surprise was sewn into the meat: slug killer. Jagger, a 3-...