Britain is weighing its options and rallying support from allies across the West, a day after Prime Minister Theresa May issued an ultimatum saying Russia needed to provide answers to how former double agent Sergei Skripal was poisoned. Speaking to Parliament Monday, May said authorities believed
European intelligence chiefs warned Monday that Russia is actively seeking to undermine their democracies by disinformation, cyberattacks and more traditional means of espionage
In a rare public speech, the director of Britain's domestic security service will say in Berlin Monday that close cooperation with Europe is more vital than ever before.
As British authorities work to establish who was behind the poisoning of a former Russian double agent with a nerve agent last week, suspicion has quickly fallen on Russia. Britain’s government has said it is too early to assign blame for the attack in the small town of Salisbury that left Sergey
Britain is facing an increased threat from far-right terrorism , the outgoing head of U.K.’s counterterrorism command said. In a Monday valedictory speech a few weeks before he leaves his post, Mark Rowley, London’s assistant commissioner for specialist operations of the Metropolitan Police
One arrest has been made but investigators are still hunting for more suspects in the London subway bombing.
We begin with the terror attack in London. The threat level raised at critical. The highest level. Is another attack imminent? It comes after a bomb exploded during rush hour on a crowded subway car. Passengers scrambling to get away describing the fireball they saw. First responders rushing to
The frantic search for clues about Salman Abedi, the suspected Manchester Arena bomber, and his possible connections to ISIS is underway. Police say they conducted a pair of raids on Tuesday, one in the Whalley Range neighborhood, in which they scoured the suspect’s home, the other in nearby
but first to our chief investigative correspondent Brian Ross for breaking new details about the bomber. Reporter: Senior British officials this morning are saying Salman Abedi likely did not act alone. With French officials adding the bomber had proven lichlnks to ISIS. London newspapers published