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Prime Minister Viktor Orban is accused of isolating his ex-communist country and threatening its economy with an undemocratic assault on its constitution.
Residents of the South Atlantic islands are holding a referendum on whether to remain part of Britain.
As governments crack down on old-school street drugs, users find cheaper, quasi-legal alternatives.
Analysts warn problems at 540-year-old Siena institution signal trouble ahead for Italy.
Brits trade jokes after equine DNA found in beef products but serious concerns could ruin the punchline.
The London dailies and tabloids go to town over Harry's Afghanistan service. But some are concerned his comments could stoke Islamic extremists.
Sex, elephants and spending have hurt monarchs’ images. Except in Denmark.
Overpriced and overburdened, but UK capital’s commuters can’t live without their Tube
Blame it on austerity: Immigration is transforming the UK, just as xenophobia pressures politicians to tighten immigration policy.
What Britain learned from the Leveson media inquiry.
Splits over Europe could prove toxic for increasingly embattled prime minister.
The Church of England accused of obsolescence after rejecting gender equality for senior clergy.
Anguish over long-term peace prospects prompts 11th-hour soul-searching.
Cash-strapped countries decide on their space program’s future.
They say a splintered movement is evolving into new, dangerous force.
How the BBC celebrity won and betrayed the hearts of a nation’s children.
People say Romney’s defeat leaves the world a more stable place.
As the Jimmy Savile scandal amplifies editorial concerns, Mark Thompson's fate appears tied to broadcaster.
Critics say prosecution over a list of Swiss bank account holders reflects deeper erosion of individual freedoms.
Allegations of corruption, theft and conspiracy swirl over anti-tobacco legislation — and the tobacco industry swears it’s the good guy.