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London Isn't Burning: How Britain's History With the IRA Made it Resilient in the Face of Attack
The threat from radical Islamist attackers today is less than the danger posed by violent Irish republicans at its height.
London Attacker British-Born, Previously Investigated In Relation To Extremism, British PM Theresa May Says
May also vowed that Parliament would continue as normal, despite the attack.
London Slams Donald Trump Jr. Tweet About Sadiq Khan After London Attack
Wes Streeting, a London MP, said Trump Jr. was a "disgrace" for using the attack for "political gain."
Tim Farron Praises Police and Parliamentary Security After London Attack
The Liberal Democrat leader was part of a group of MPs on the scene during the attack.
Brussels Commemorates First Anniversary of Airport and Subway Attacks
Thirty-two people were killed and 300 injured in the attacks, which ISIS claimed responsibility for.
Paris Confident of a 'Pro-Business' President After French Election
An official for tourism in France's Île-de-France region told Newsweek that many, but not all, of the candidates were pro-business.
Cost Of Living In U.K. Cities 'Falls After Brexit'
Future price rises are likely due to import costs, report warns.
Is Britain Heading for a Snap General Election?
Tom Watson, Labour's deputy leader, told Sky News an election was "more likely than not."
Stephen Hawking: I Don't Feel Welcome in Donald Trump's America
Hawking also criticized Trump's approach to environmental policy.
Police Reveal Scale of Crime Against British MPs in Wake of Jo Cox Murder
Tom Brake, a Liberal Democrat MP, said that "I would suspect every single MP has received this abuse."
How Geert Wilders Lost Power But Gained Influence in the Netherlands
Populists helped move the nation's mainstream parties to the right and transformed political norms despite falling short at the polls.
Theresa May Has Blocked Nicola Sturgeon's Scottish Independence Referendum
'Right now we should be working together, not pulling apart,' May said.
What You Need to Know About the Dutch General Election Results
The apparent defeat of right-wing populism is not as simple as it looks.
Pope Francis: Factory Closures Are a 'Serious Sin'
"Work gives us dignity," Pope Francis said.
David Davis Says There Could Be Irish Border Checks After Brexit
Davis also said his department had not assessed the economic impact of the U.K. leaving the EU with no deal.
Why Turkey's Referendum is Causing Havoc in Europe
Diplomatic rows could have serious consequences for one of the EU's most important policies.
EU Security Forces Struggling To Keep Track Of Border Crossings, Report Warns
Many of the perpetrators of major attacks in EU countries crossed the bloc's external boundaries, the report says.
Europe's Employers Can Ban Headscarves at Work, ECJ Rules
A ban would need to be based on a consistent restriction on all religious and political dress.
Geert Wilders, a Professional Outsider, Prepares for Dutch Elections
The far-right, anti-Islam Dutch party leader has been gradually building a following and cultivating a career as one of Europe's most established populist politicians.
Nicola Sturgeon to Seek Second Scottish Independence Referendum Over Brexit
Sturgeon said it was unlikely Scotland could get what it wanted from Brexit talks within the U.K.
Axe Attacker Arrested After Injuring Seven at Dusseldorf Train Station
German police have arrested a 36-year-old man from the former Yugoslavia.
Germany Ramps Up Surveillance Powers Amid Terror Fears
A new security resolution will make it easier for private companies to install surveillance systems in public areas.
Theresa May's Government Faces Rebel Budget Backlash
A controversial tax hike for self-employed workers has provoked rage from low-tax Conservatives.
Nicola Sturgeon: Fall 2018 Likely Date for Scottish Independence Referendum
'There are politicians in Westminster who think Brexit and all of this is some kind of game. It's not a game,' Sturgeon said.
Austria: Cut EU States' Budgets If They Turn Away Refugees
Poland is an example of a state that receives large amounts from Brussels but has not accepted any refugees under the EU's relocation scheme.