The UK has announced that it will pull out of EU defense forces after Brexit. The move comes after the EU stated it's “unequivocal” solidarity with Britain over the Skripal case.
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A Red Arrows jet has crashed in an incident at RAF Valley, North Wales, Britain's Ministry of Defence has announced. It is understood there were two people on board the jet.
The bodies of 39 Indian construction workers abducted by Isis four years ago have been found in a mass grave in Iraq. Taken in 2014 after the Islamic militants swept into Mosul, India's government had always maintained the workers were still alive.
Student survivors of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last month say that they have to use their “white privilege” to make sure that the stories of other students across the country who experience gun violence are heard.
The new head of UK counter-terror policing has called on members of the public to become “counter-terrorism citizens” by passing on information that could help thwart attacks. Speaking almost a year after the Westminster attack, Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said more than a fifth of the 31,000 reports received last year resulted in useful intelligence.
A 19-year-old US student who went missing while travelling with his university rugby team in Bermuda has been confirmed dead. Police said they found the body of Mark Dombroski, a first-year student at Saint Joseph's University, at the base of a colonial-era fort on the British Island territory on Monday – one day after he was reported missing.
Package filled with nails and metal shrapnel detonates at a commercial parcel service, slightly wounding one worker.
SARAH Ferguson, the Duchess of York, chased Prince Charles around Highgrove with a Bible in a desperate bid to convince him she had not cheated on Prince Andrew, an explosive book claims.
The 15-month-old animal, named Muaro, was first discovered by plantation workers and was being kept locked up in a village in West Borneo's Sungai Raya District.
THE Brexit transition terms agreed in a landmark deal yesterday were hailed by Brexit Secretary David Davis and the EU’s lead negotiator Michel Barnier as a significant and “decisive step”.