UK Prime Minister Fights to Stop Cabinet Exodus Over Brexit
British Prime Minister Theresa May has met with her Cabinet as she tries to restore government unity after the resignations of two top ministers over Brexit.
BMW to Make Electric MINIs in China With Great Wall Motor
BMW Group and China’s biggest SUV brand, Great Wall Motor, have announced a partnership to produce electric MINI vehicles in China.
Pompeo Talks Tough on Iran While Visiting the Emirates
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the U.S. wants to show Iran its actions have 'a real high cost' while on a visit to the United Arab Emirates.
Investigation Into Deadly Chemical Agent Widens in England
Authorities have broadened their investigation into the nerve agent poisoning of an English couple, seizing a car in a third community in southwestern England.
Egypt’s Inflation Rate Spikes in June Amid Price Hikes
Egypt’s official statistics agency says annual inflation increased to 13.8 percent in June after a new round of austerity measures designed to overhaul the country’s economy.
UEFA President Says World Cup Showcasing Strength of Europe
The World Cup semifinal stage is beginning with the all-European lineup being celebrated by soccer’s governing body on the continent.
As German Neo-Nazi Trial Ends, Families Still Seek Answers
A court in Munich is due to conclude its five-year trial of the only known survivor of a far-right cell suspected of killing nine people from ethnic minorities and a police officer, in a case that shocked Germany when it came to light in 2011.
Pakistan Christians Welcome New Catholic Cardinal
Christians, a tiny minority in Islamic Pakistan, have given a warm welcome to newly appointed Roman Catholic Cardinal Joseph Coutts in the southern port city of Karachi.
Taiwan Orders Evacuations as Season’s 1st Typhoon Approaches
Taiwan has ordered hundreds of residents in the island’s north to evacuate to safety ahead of the arrival of this season’s first typhoon.
AP PHOTOS: Life, and Value, for Derelict Greek Properties
Greece is trying to revive some of its more material ghosts: Dozens of long-abandoned state properties in the heart of Athens are up for development, to improve public finances and revive the recession-battered capital’s grimier parts.