Watch Video After a string of terrorist attacks, Great Britain is considering arming its front-line police officers.
Watch Video Hackers tried to access user accounts on the U.K. Parliament's network Friday night. House of Lords life peer Chris Rennard confirmed the attempt on Twitter, as did the House of Commons Press Office.
Watch Video Qatar is reviewing a list of demands it must meet to end sanctions against it — but the country says the demands aren't fair.
Watch Video Countries in Southeast Asia are fighting back against violent extremism. Foreign affairs representatives from the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia met this Thursday in Manila to discuss terrorism concerns. In light of recent terrorist attacks in the region, the countries agreed to take immediate actions — like sharing intelligence and continuing to deploy trilateral patrols on their borders.
Watch Video The theory of evolution is being banned from Turkish high schools. A Turkish education official recently announced the changes to the country's national curriculum, saying, "We have excluded controversial subjects for students at an age unable yet to understand the issues' scientific background." The measure has reportedly already been approved by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
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Watch Video We finally know what caused the fire that swept through Grenfell Tower in West London: a faulty fridge.
Watch Video It's one of the most pressing questions Brexit poses for EU citizens: What happens to the nearly 3 million European migrants living in the U.K.?
Watch Video The Cold War is over. But Russian spycraft is alive and well. Russian President Vladimir Putin's government is actively targeting Americans for espionage — even in the halls of Congress. Rep.
Watch Video "Migrants living in the European Union face significant barriers in the labor market, and these are due to differences in languages, lack of networks and, yes, sometimes even discrimination," said European Commission member Marianne Thyssen.
Watch Video Authorities have found the highly flammable cladding used to construct Grenfell Tower in even more buildings across the U.K.
Watch Video Street harassment is a global problem. But what motivates those who are harassing? Some men in a few Middle Eastern countries said harassing women in public was "fun." But it goes deeper than that.
Watch Video Mosul's Great Mosque of al-Nuri has been destroyed. Iraq's government says ISIS blew up the historic mosque and its famous leaning minaret on Wednesday.
Watch Video The U.S. Department of Defense spent millions of dollars over the past decade outfitting Afghan soldiers in uniforms that don't make a whole lot of sense.
Watch Video The highly controversial dog meat festival in Yulin, China, is, in fact, happening. Rumors started circulating in May that selling dog meat would be banned for the duration of the festival.
Watch Video The FBI is investigating the stabbing of an airport police officer as an act of terrorism.
Watch Video The U.S. is currently the dominant force in scientific research. But China could surpass the U.S.
Watch Video The new year started Wednesday for the U.K. Parliament as Queen Elizabeth II gave her annual address.
Watch Video The U.S. recently shot down a Syrian regime SU-22 fighter jet. It's the first time an American jet shot down another since the Kosovo war in 1999.
Watch Video After a sudden shakeup, Saudi Arabia has a new crown prince. In a series of royal decrees, King Salman removed his nephew, Prince Mohammed bin Naif bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud, from the position.