Security experts have long warned that a blowback of the Libyan conflict could strike Europe. With the deadly Manchester attack, those fears have come to pass.
Britain raised its terror alert to the highest level on Tuesday, a day after 22 people were killed by a suicide-bomber at a Manchester concert. Authorities are investigating whether the suspect had accomplices and the extent of any terrorist links.
An 8-year-old girl killed in Monday night’s suicide bombing in Manchester has become the symbol of tragedy and national mourning.
Monday’s deadly attack in Manchester by a resident of Libyan origin has put the city’s Muslim community on edge. But they are determined the city they love will say no to hate and divisions.
UK police launched a major manhunt Tuesday for possible accomplices of the suspected suicide bomber Salman Abedi who attacked an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester the night before, killing 22 people, many of them children.
Desperate parents and friends used social media to search for loved ones on Tuesday after a blast killed at least 22 people at a British concert by US singer Ariana Grande, with images of happy-looking teenagers posted next to pleas for help.
Police say at least 19 people have been killed in a reported blast at a concert venue in Manchester, UK, in what is being treated as a possible terrorist incident. Follow our liveblog below for the latest news.
There have been a ‘number of confirmed fatalities’ following reports of an explosion at venue in the northern English city of Manchester where US singer Ariana Grande had been performing, UK police said Monday night.
Several British hospitals say they are having major computer problems as the result of an apparent cyberattack.
British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservatives made sweeping gains Friday in local elections, handing her a big boost going into next month’s Brexit-dominated parliamentary vote.
Police swooped on a man armed with knives metres away from the Houses of Parliament in London on Thursday, arresting him on suspicion of preparing “acts of terrorism”.
British Prime Minister Theresa May called on Tuesday for an early election on June 8, saying the government had the right plan for negotiating the terms of Britain’s exit from the European Union and she needed political unity in London.
The future of Gibraltar has become the first dispute of the Brexit talks, with tensions flaring between the EU, Britain and Spain over whether the future of the British enclave lies with London or Madrid.
The European Union has demanded that Britain make “significant progress” on its divorce from the bloc before talks on a trade deal can start, as it unveiled its tough Brexit negotiating guidelines on Friday.
Scotland’s Nicola Sturgeon has formally requested a second referendum on Scottish independence.
The Scottish parliament voted on Tuesday to back First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s bid to hold a new independence referendum in late 2018 or 2019, once the terms of the UK’s exit from the European Union have become clearer.
Police have found no evidence that the man who killed four people in London last week was associated with the Islamic State group or al-Qaida, a senior British counterterrorism officer said Monday.
Hundreds gathered in London on Thursday for a candlelit vigil in memory of the victims of the attack near the British parliament, which claimed the lives of a police officer, an American tourist, a British woman and an unidentified 75-year-old man.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday said police have identified the Westminster attack suspect as a British-born man who was already known to the country’s intelligence services.
Seven people have been arrested in raids on several addresses in London, Birmingham and elsewhere in the country in connection with the deadly attack at Westminster, British police said Thursday.