Winter, a 'middle-aged, middle-class bloke from Middle England,' decided at 52 to spend summers sailing because 'if you live on an island, at some stage you should sail around it.'
The three sought to attack police or a military target in Britain.
New report calls for a public inquiry into Riyadh's role in exporting "bigoted Wahhabi ideology."
The jihadi asked a British spy for a nail bomb he wished to use on a packed crowd in London.
Without the oxygen of publicity, the attacker is just that: a killer with a car and a knife. The lone wolf needs the pack as much as the pack needs the lone wolf.
The border between Poland and Lithuania is strategically important because its seizure would cut off the Baltic states from the rest of the Western alliance.
The 37-year-old was due to board a flight for Turkey Tuesday evening.
Abedi blew himself up with an improvised explosive device, killing 22 after an Ariana Grande concert.
Top spies say European security services are more disciplined than their U.S. counterparts.
Viktor Ozerov, chairman of Russia's defense committee, says Britain is at fault for not working with Moscow.
A week after the U.K. formally began the process of exiting the EU, geologists look at Britain's original split from mainland Europe.
May also vowed that Parliament would continue as normal, despite the attack.
Max Hill says the threat to London is similar to what it faced in the 1970s with the IRA.
Until five years ago, a partition in the bar separated men and women from drinking together.
Mohamed Abrini claimed he only traveled to U.K. for its casinos.
The EU and Canada trade deal promises a mixed agreement for a future U.K, and EU deal.
Like Scotland, Northern Ireland favors a separate status with the single market after the UK leaves the European Union.
France is demolishing the "Jungle," and refugees still don't know whether they'll end up in Britain or France.
The joint practice at the Misawa Air Base will be the first time Japan's air force trains with a foreign force other than the United States.
Britain's foreign affairs minister explains his pro-EU article as 'semi-parodic.'