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An Israeli soldier praying at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, 2008.

Gaza and Jerusalem were promised to both the Arabs and the Jews. They're still fighting nearly a century later. Read more»

A WWI Memorial in Netherbury, England

Later this week, the world will mark 100 years since the assassination of an Austrian prince in the Bosnian city of Sarajevo dragged the great powers of the time into a conflict they called "the war to end all wars." Read more»

Commentary: The rise of anti-European Europe will be tested in the coming Euro-elections. Read more»

For a country slightly smaller than the state of Oregon, the United Kingdom has an astonishing wealth of regional accents. Read more»

British Prime Minister David Cameron with U.S. President Barack Obama in the grounds of the White House, July 2010.

When it comes to security, the special relationship is raising questions about whether the two countries are doing each other’s dirty work. Read more»

What is the extent of the information Edward Snowden has leaked? We break it down. Read more»

Cardinal Keith O'Brien, Britain's most senior Roman Catholic cleric, has stepped down as leader of the Scottish Catholic Church following allegations of inappropriate behavior towards priests from the 1980s onwards. Read more»

George Osborne MP, pictured speaking on the launch of the Conservative Party manifesto for the 2009 European Parliament elections, at Keele University.

What Britons' willingness to accept budget cuts says about society: For long-term expats like myself, the character of the countries where we end up living is something we usually take for granted. But every once in a while you’re reminded that the place you live in is "foreign." Read more»

The EU's most recognizable leader, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, was 'humbled' by the award.

Awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to the European Union has provoked joy and jeers, but also acknowledgement of the dangers posed by an economic crisis that's placing unprecedented strains on the organization that binds together the old continent's historic enemies. Read more»

Lionel Price looks at a 2012 personalized British Olympic Team jersey honoring his contributions to that nation’s men’s basketball team in the 1948 Summer Olympics, the last time the games were held in London. Wu 'Eddie' Chengzhang, a member of China’s basketball team that year, is in the background.

Aging Olympians reunited 64 years after China and Britain played a basketball game at the 1948 London Games. I reached the peak of my own life at the Olympics. I realized my dream at the 1948 games,” one said. Read more» 1

Prince Harry in a British Ministry of Defence photo.

Prince Harry, third in line to the British throne, is coming to Arizona this fall to complete helicopter training, a spokeswoman for Luke Air Force Base said Wednesday. (updated with video) Read more»

Guess what: If you work for Rupert Murdoch, you may have violated U.S. law. What the government nails you for could depend on how you and your bosses account for your tabloid's sketchy dealings. Read more»

"We’re not entirely powerless, but we are constrained by the need for international support for anything that we do," said British Foreign Secretary William Hague on why Britain has not taken steps on the Syrian situation.

Countries have many reasons for avoiding involvement in Syria, chief among them their militaries are stretched thin in other conflicts. Read more»

Gen. David Petraeus

As President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama make their way east, having cemented the “essential relationship” between Whitehall and the White House during their glamorous visit to London, a former diplomat is doing his best to expose the fissures between the two countries’ policies in Afghanistan. Read more»

The Sellafield nuclear complex, Cumbria, England, where five men of Bangladeshi origin have been arrested and accused of filming the site in Northwest England on Monday.

Men of Bangladeshi origin were thought to have been filming a nuclear site in northwest England, according to the BBC. Read more»

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