BRITISH Prime Minister Theresa May has struck a deal to prop up her minority government by agreeing to STG1 billion ($A1.7 billion) in extra funding for Northern Ireland in return for the support of the province’s biggest Protestant party.
THE Duke of Edinburgh, 96, has been taken to hospital for treatment of an infection from a “pre-existing condition”.
A SMALL explosion has rocked Brussels Central Station after a suspected suicide bomber detonated a bomb belt, sending terrified passengers fleeing.
At least 30 people have been confirmed killed and dozens more are feared dead in the London tower block fire, police said on Friday, as firefighters continued searching for bodies amid outrage over the use of cladding blamed for spreading the flames.
Six people have been confirmed dead in the massive fire which engulfed Grenfell Tower in west London overnight.
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday that the door of the European Union remains open to the United Kingdom as long as negotiations for Britain to leave the EU are not concluded.
City authorities called his move a deliberate provocation.
The centrist party of French President Emmanuel Macron looks on course to win a landslide victory following the first round of parliamentary elections.
Pundits predict May will be forced to resign, making her one of the shortest serving prime ministers in history.
The Tories will be the largest party but may not have a majority, according to the general election exit poll.
Police have shot and injured a man who attacked officers with a hammer near Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, injuring one of them. The attacker was also armed with two knives, according to French media.
British PM says attacks were inspired by what she called a 'single, evil ideology of Islamist extremism'
Ariana Grande returned to the Manchester stage two weeks after a suicide bombing killed 22 victims at her concert in the city, singing upbeat and motivational pop anthems as the audience cheered loudly for the singer.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has promised tightened counterterror laws following the deadly London Bridge attack. But that band-aid is unlikely to address the root of the problem, which goes back decades.
Multiple groups on Telegram shared images calling for more attacks during Ramadan
PRIME Minister Theresa May faced pressure to postpone the UK election in the wake of the London terror attack.
The manager of a pub in the vicinity of the attack told RT that armed police stormed into the building and “basically asked us to leave.” A woman in the pub said the experience was “terrifying,” and that she could see a person lying on the ground from the window.
Manchester bomber Salman Abedi bought most of the components used to make the bomb himself, police have said.
The two leaders met for the first time and their talks lasted almost three hours.
Many international problems cannot be resolved without Russia