Now that Britons have voted to leave the European Union, how do they finalize the divorce?
Russia and China share many interests but Britain’s EU referendum isn’t one of them. IBT lays out the pros and the cons for the global giants of the U.K. leaving the EU.
“Little Englanders” vs. Europhiles: The Brexit referendum — voters will decide Thursday whether to remain in the EU — has split Brits by region, class and age. Here’s who wants what.
The slaying of Labour Party politician Jo Cox, amid a viciously fought EU referendum campaign, has exposed ugly fault lines in British society.
Sequins and laughter on a dark night: Residents took to the streets in support of the victims in Orlando and LGBTQ people everywhere.
This year's gay pride celebration in Tel Aviv lauds “Women in the Community” who are making their presence felt in the male-dominated tech industry.
Israel’s police chief wouldn’t elaborate on who was responsible, but he confirmed the explosion was the result of a bombing.
Israel has some of the toughest — and the most successful — airport security operations in the world, and Europe is trying to catch up.
As the European Union and Turkey continue negotiations, 14,000 refugees are stranded on the Greek-Macedonian border.
Tuesday’s suicide bombing in Istanbul, at the hands of a Syrian national, has refugees in Europe worried they’ll be labeled terrorists.
A U.S. citizen and a Palestinian were among five people killed Thursday by Palestinian assailants, authorities said.
"Oh, well, I shall just continue to sunbathe by [the] pool while young men bring me drinks,” said a British vacationer among 20,000 stranded in Egypt since the crash of a Russian airliner.
Young people in the occupied Palestinian territories are taking their rage against Israel to the streets, prompting some to call for a new uprising.
Many Greeks aren't happy with the flood of refugees arriving on their shores, but some are using the new arrivals to their advantage.
The last time refugee camps were prevalent in Europe was after World War II. Seventy years later they have returned, the result of the mass exodus from Syria.
Refugees are landing by the thousands on the Greek island, and local volunteers are saving scores from certain death.
As thousands of refugees land on the Greek island, the new arrivals sometimes face resentment from locals.
European leaders will stage an emergency summit on refugees next week to deal with the mounting numbers crossing EU borders. But for now, they keep coming.
Thousands are heading to Europe in search of a better, safer life. Some are pretending to be Syrian to improve their chances of staying.
This year 800,000 refugees are expected to claim asylum in Germany. Most will live in refugee camps, but a new website is matching them with German hosts.
Every day, another 300 refugees arrive in Berlin. Despite the lengthy waits they face, they're happy to be there.
Last weekend, 22,000 people arrived in Germany by train, but less than a third will gain official refugee status and be allowed to stay.
As tens of thousands pour into Europe, Germany is a favored destination. But as IBT learned in Berlin, Syrians are not being welcomed with open arms.
In both the U.S. and Britain, party leadership contests have been upended by the popularity of marginal candidates.
The killing of Cecil the lion has been globally condemned while other, larger, human tragedies are ignored.
The Troika are planning talks on a third bailout in Athens — but what about those people left behind?
Every day appears to bring with it another terrorist attack, but exactly who are the militant groups behind them?
Athens signed on to a tough new austerity package, but many Greeks aren't so sure.
After Sunday's "no" vote, Greece is back to the negotiating table, but history may provide useful lessons for the future of the eurozone.