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.'
Survey shows a stark age divide, with older respondents prioritizing immigration controls.
The trial is part of a plan to get autonomous vehicles fully onto the roads by 2020.
Interior Minister Amber Rudd had sparked an outcry over suggestions the government would put a new focus on businesses' rosters.
Britain accuses Assad regime and Russia of committing war crimes by intentionally targeting hospitals.
The comments come after the British Foreign Minister called on Russia to end its support for Assad.
It is likely that the restoration would cost between £3 billion and £4.3 billion.
ISIS magazine calls on supporters to take "blood of merry crusader citizen selling flowers."
Choudary was found guilt of inciting support for ISIS via a pledge of allegiance.
Leaders of both Britain and Russia express hope that their first meeting will help to improve nations' dialogue.
The British prime minister will meet with Chinese president Xi Jinping Monday at the G20 summit.
The Women and Equalities Committee urges for German-style regulation.
Scott Richards promoted a charity page to raise money for refugees in Afghanistan.
Kadiza Sultana is believed to have been killed despite planning to escape the group's caliphate.
More patrols only deal with the symptoms, and not the root cause, of radical extremism, writes Kyle Orton.
Soldiers based at the garrison have been told not to wear uniform to and from work amid attack fears.
Dean Evans' father confirmed his son's death last month in an offensive to capture Manbij.
Chinese financial backing gives Britain's new government pause, as the Hinkley Point project was iced hours before a signing ceremony was scheduled.
Pay growth in the U.K. sinks to joint rock-bottom with Greece as wages tumble 10 percent.
A serviceman was approached by two men in a car, one armed with a knife, near the base.