Donald Tusk’s office informed of UK’s chosen date for officially starting Brexit negotiations.

LONDON — So it’s official. Britain will formally begin the process of withdrawing from the European Union on March 29.

The news was relayed in person to the office of European...

Gross world product will rise 0.8 percent by 2050, study finds. Investments in clean energy could generate 6 million jobs.

Efforts to slow climate change won’t just keep the planet habitable. They will also boost the world economy by $19 trillion.

Investments in renewabl...

They say an image is worth a thousand words. President Donald Trump’s public refusal to shake hands with German Chancellor Angela Merkel might be worth even more than that. 

Trump certainly had some words of his own during the joint press conference that follo...

British passengers on holiday flights from the Middle East and North Africa will be banned within days from carrying laptops, tablets and other electronic devices on board after security services identified a new al-Qaeda terrorist threat.

More than 2 million passe...

Earth is a planet in upheaval, say scientists, as the World Meteorological Organisation publishes analysis of recent heat highs and ice lows

The record-breaking heat that made 2016 the hottest year ever recorded has continued into 2017, pushing the world into “truly unc...

With over a million migrants arriving on Greek and Italian shores last year looking to enter the EU, curbing the flow of third country asylum seekers from places like Eritrea is an urgent policy priority for European leaders.

New research from the Overseas Developm...

The rift between Turkey and Europe is growing. From a Turkish perspective, Ankara’s long and winding quest to join the European Union, which began in 1987, has never been less likely than it is today.

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has invoked Nazism in his criticism of...

Did the Security Council’s vote on sanctions for Syria’s chemical weapons attacks promote accountability or impunity?

On February 28, Russia and China vetoed their first United Nations Security Council resolution during the Trump administration—torpedoing a British-, Fr...

The Brexit bill is back with the House of Commons for a vote on the Lords' amendments. Cristina Burack took to the streets of London to find out what people have been making of the parliamentary proceedings.

When asked to name a quintessentially British sport, many peop...

South Korea’s Constitutional Court unanimously upheld the National Assembly’s impeachment of Park Geun-hye today, paving the way for new elections to be held within 60 days of the ruling. May 9 has been reported as the most likely date for the election of a new preside...

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