On February 4, many important events that changed the world map took place.
Today marks the 221st anniversary of the signing of El-Arish Agreement between General Kleber and the Ottomans regarding the evacuation of the French from Egypt.
Shoukry and Raab exchanged views on means to address the novel Coronavirus pandemic and agreed on the importance of intensifying coordination and cooperation on the international level.
Britain’s Prince Harry and singer Jon Bon Jovi recreated one of the Beatles’ best-known album covers on Friday.
Johnson returned home from a foreign trip on Wednesday to face parliament in what is likely to be a stormy session.
Goldman Sachs said it sees a 50 percent probability of May getting a Brexit divorce deal ratified, adding that lawmakers would ultimately block a no-deal exit if needed.
UK parliament’s vote on Prime Minister’s deal for leaving the European Union would go ahead on Tuesday
British musicians urge PM to reverse course on Brexit.
British model and television host Alexa Chung used an airport theme for her London Fashion Week debut on Saturday.
Canada PM indicates he will not bend on key NAFTA demands at talks.
Nobel prize-winning British author V.S. Naipaul wrote more than 30 books, and was one of the first winners of the Booker Prize in 1971 for "In A Free State"
A British plumber who made bombs in Afghanistan was found guilty of planning an attack in London last year, as well as making explosives for the Taliban.
The pound is unlikely to re-test the levels above $1.43 it traded at earlier this year, when the Bank of England was expected to raise interest rates in May.
A British-Iranian academic was detained in Iran by the country's Revolutionary Guards in mid-April, the New York-based Center for Human Rights in Iran.
"Egypt totally rejects the use of any internationally prohibited weapons on Syrian territories, demanding a transparent international investigation," the statement read.
A U.S. and a British service member in the U.S.-led coalition battling Islamic State were killed by an improvised explosive device in Syria.
There had never been much doubt that in London's testosterone-fuelled financial sector female workers' salaries lagged far behind male colleagues.
Russia accused Britain of trying to force its allies to take "confrontational steps" after EU member states decided to recall the bloc's envoy from Moscow.
The Angel of the North is one of the most iconic sights in the world; it was created by Sir Antony Gormely 20 years ago.
The academic behind the app which harvested data from 50 million Facebook users said Wednesday he was being used as a scapegoat in the row over online privacy.