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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»

Libyan rebels celebrate in Tripoli Green Square on Sunday.

The rapid advance of Libyan rebels into Tripoli was the result of a strategy formulated with the help of British, French and Qatari special forces, and with intelligence provided by the Obama administration, NATO and U.S. military and intelligence officials have reportedly said. Read more»

New documents published today cast doubt on News Corporation’s claims that top executives and editors at the now-defunct News of the World were unaware of widespread phone hacking at the paper. Read more»

The British government is exploring ways in which it might restrict the use of social media. Read more»

This week's riots in Britain have renewed the debate about multiculturalism: how much should immigrants (be forced to) assimilate into their adopted cultures? Read more»

Riots in London pitting gangs against police are spreading to other areas of Great Britain. Read more»

A member of the U.S. Army Golden Knights prepares for a landing during a demonstration at the Texas State Fair in 1995.

U.K. skydiver Zoe Sievwright was certain she would die after not only her parachute failed but her reserve chute got tangled and she plunged 3,500 feet to the ground in Perthshire, in Scotland. Read more»

A British man whose son died from deep vein thrombosis which he attributes to playing games on his Xbox for up to 12 hours at a time is campaigning for better awareness of the issue. Read more»

Even as his former communications chief Andy Coulson was being arrested Friday morning on allegations of phone hacking and corruption, British Prime Minister David Cameron held an unscheduled press conference this morning to get in front of the story. Read more»

Thousands of Syrians turned out for rallies Tuesday in support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

A defiant Syria says European Union sanctions against it amount to war and is warning that it will not tolerate any foreign interference in its internal affairs. 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»

Nearly a dozen British vacationers were questioned by police Thursday, and three were arrested and fined, after an angry brawl broke out 30,000 feet up on a Virgin Atlantic flight from London to Barbados. Read more»

British spies have reportedly baked al-Qaeda's plans to recruit terrorists via a new English-language magazine by replaced bomb-making instructions on the website with recipes for cupcakes. 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»

When President Barack Obama addressed the British Parliament last week, he called the United States and Britain "the greatest catalyst for global action". Read more»

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