Stena Impero documented arriving in Dubai's Port Rashid, in a move that brings an end to the Gulf standoff which began when Iran captured the vessel in July
The Stena Impero has set a new destination for Dubai's Port Rashid
The seizure of the Stena Impero heightened tensions in the region following attacks on other merchant vessels which the U.S. blamed on Tehran
PM Johnson joins U.S., Saudi in assigning blame to Tehran, set to meet Iran's president Rohani at UN General Assembly
Legal work and administrative procedures for the release of the English tanker have been completed, Iranian government spokesman says, but time of release remains unknown
In Cobra Warrior exercise, the IAF and RAF conducted mock dogfights and aircraft interceptions, simulated ground attacks – and found time for Israel's soldiers to vote
Caught between right-wing racist nationalists, Corbyn's anti-Semitism and bipartisan conspiracy theorists: For British Jews, the low hum of anxiety is reaching fever pitch. Sometimes it’s so loud we struggle to sleep
Five major European powers said annexing the Jordan Valley, northern Dead Sea would be in "serious breach of international law"
Bercow's put-downs of misbehaving lawmakers, ranging from headmasterly to acid, have made him something of a cult figure among global television news audiences and on Brexit-following social media
Utilizing seaweed as fodder may have been key to ovine husbandry in prehistoric northern Scotland, and the sheep of Skara Brae in the Orkney Islands just had to adapt
The tanker Adrian Darya 1, which went dark off Syria last week, has been photographed by satellite off the Syrian port of Tartus
John Mann leaves Parliament after 18 years, accusing Labour Chairman of refusing to undo damage he has done
Netanyahu visits London today. While he can still get his parliamentarians to dissolve themselves and call an unnecessary election, the backbenchers in Westminster proved they still have backbone
Seven of the 23 crew members of the Swedish-owned Stena Impero that was captured over the summer were released on humanitarian grounds, Sweden says
After losing a vote on his Brexit plans late on Tuesday, Johnson was keen to get on the front foot by accusing Corbyn of supporting a policy of 'dither and delay' over Brexit
Johnson's government will seek to hold a vote on Wednesday to approve an early election, pitting the avowed Brexiteer against Labour's Corbyn
Report highlights role of Western countries in backing Arab states, which it accuses of killing civilians in air strikes and deliberately denying them food
Kanabo’s CEO says that despite specter of Brexit, he sees better prospects in the United Kingdom than on Europe's more saturated markets
'These are the actions of a man who is afraid his arguments will not stand scrutiny,' says one protester, as opposition lawmakers try to prevent a no-deal Brexit
Fearing the building might obstruct the view from the Victoria Tower Gardens, opponents call for monument to be located in a more 'appropriate' location, but Mayor Sadiq Khan says it would 'make a powerful national statement'
Oil tanker has been detained in the U.K. territory for over a month for allegedly attempting to breach European Union sanctions on Syria
The United States launched a legal appeal to impound the ship on the grounds that it had links to Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, which it designates as a terrorist organization
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif accuses the U.S. of trying to 'steal our property on the high seas'
The anthropologist who studied child marriage and genital mutilation in the Islamic Republic is the latest dual national to be detained there
EU, U.K. and UN Mideast envoy denounce move, calling on Israel to halt settlement expansion in violation of international law
British watchdog notes 10 percent increase over same period in 2018, amounting to highest number of anti-Semitic incidents recorded in a six month period
In an age of populism and virulent nationalism, Prof. Yael (Yuli) Tamir’s new book 'Why Nationalism' deftly explores issues that the liberal elites have ignored and the extreme right has exploited for its own ends
U.S. asked Germany to join Strait of Hormuz security mission, but Social Democrats warn of 'risk of being pulled into a war against Iran'
Ben Raymond, a former hairdresser, credits 'positive outlook' and whisky for longevity