This disunited kingdom is reeling away from its referendum like a punch-drunk boxer, unfocused, bloodied, angry, flailing in every direction.
Within one year, transgender individuals would be allowed to join the armed forces, provided they have been "stable" in their preferred gender for 18 months, he said.
Saudi Arabia said it was "alarmed and outraged" by calls for the kingdom to be suspended from the UN Human Rights Council until Saudi-led coalition stops killing civilians in Yemen.
There are five candidates competing for the position of leader of Britain's Conservative Party. Here is what you need to know.
Britain may have to sacrifice the status and entitlements of the UK citizens living abroad as part of pre-exit negotiations.
Bangladesh security forces were preparing to free around 20 hostages, including several foreigners, from a restaurant in an upmarket area of the capital Dhaka early on Saturday.
The rise of self-driving cars is fuelled by the belief computers can drive more safely than humans. But that view is now in question.
Less than an hour before it was set to come in to effect, a judge has blocked a Mississippi law that would have given special protections to opponents of same-sex marriage.
A 13-year-old died from a gunshot wound to to the head in Philadelphia on Wednesday after a group of teenagers found the gun in an abandoned house.
A forthcoming issue of Marvel's Civil War II: Choosing Sides series features on its cover a smiling, well-toned Justin Trudeau sitting at the corner of a boxing ring.
Austria's presidential election runoff must be held again, the Constitutional Court ruled on Friday, handing the Freedom Party another chance to become the first far-right head of state in the EU.
UK's Justice Secretary Michael Gove has made his leadership pitch, arguing that he should be Britain's next leader because he is passionately committed to leaving the European Union.
Protesters marched against Hong Kong's top leader Friday in a demonstration that was aimed at underscoring widening social rifts as the Asian financial hub heads into a year of intense politicking.
The Taiwanese navy has mistakenly launched a supersonic "aircraft carrier killer" missile in the direction of mainland China as the Communist Party marked its 95th anniversary in Beijing, in a costly blunder which killed a Taiwanese fisherman and injured three others.
A Palestinian teenager scrambled over a fence, ran into a house and stabbed an Israeli-American girl to death as she slept.
Boris Johnson has withdrawn from the race to be the next British prime minister, less than a week after leading the Leave campaign to victory.
The possibility that women could lead the United States, Britain and Germany at the same time is now a very real one.
More than 100 Nobel laureates have a message for Greenpeace: Quit the GMO-bashing.
One of the three suspected Islamic State bomber who killed 43 people was from Dagestan, which borders Chechnya, a Turkish official says.
'It makes House of Cards look like Teletubbies': How Michael Gove's 'cuckoo nest plot' sank Boris Johnson
Johnson-backer Nigel Evans MP was asked whether Boris Johnson had been stabbed him in the back. "That's about it," he said. "It makes House of Cards look like Teletubbies."
Brisbane mother Sally Faulkner tells of "parental alienation".
What are the chances of UK still being in the European Union for another four years and beyond? About the same as Donald Trump winning the U.S. presidency, according to oddsmakers.
Police say a naked man shouting about presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump jumped off the back of a large grandstand in Times Square above the booth where discounted Broadway tickets are sold.
"We are concerned that an Australian citizen has been sentenced to death in Vietnam," the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said.