The British Election That Somehow Made Brexit Even Harder

Instead of political clarity, Britain is staring at a hung Parliament and deeply damaged prime minister, less than two weeks before the Brexit talks. Source: World

London Attackers: What We Know

Khuram Shazad Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba killed seven and left scores injured on Saturday night. Two of them had been flagged by the authorities and one had even appeared in a TV documentary about Muslim extremism in Britain….

Terrorist Attacks in Britain: A Short History

Terrorists have struck Britain three times in the past three months, but the country has a long history of battling terrorism and extremism. Source: World

Britain Says It Has ‘Large Part’ of Manchester Bomber’s Network

The bomber may have assembled enough material for a second bomb, but with eight men in custody, officials said they were making progress. Source: World

Ransomware’s Aftershocks Feared as U.S. Warns of Complexity

The effects of a global cyberattack could be magnified as workers return to their offices. President Trump has ordered his homeland security adviser to coordinate a response. Source: World

Cyberattacks in 12 Nations Said to Use Leaked N.S.A. Hacking Tool

The attack was part of a so-called ransomware attack around the world, affecting countries from Russia to Spain. Source: World

Labour Party in Britain Approves Jeremy Corbyn’s Sharp Left Turn

The party’s leader, Jeremy Corbyn, said the election manifesto would “transform the lives of many people in our society.” A draft was leaked online. Source: World

The Interpreter: Western Populism May Be Entering an Awkward Adolescence

Populism has been growing since the 1960s, and research suggests it’s not slowing down. Four recent elections show how this dynamic can play out. Source: World

European Leaders Reject Trump’s Refugee Ban as Violating Principles

“Open society, pluralism, no discrimination. They are the pillars of Europe,” Italy’s prime minister said, reflecting a stance taken across the Continent. Source: World

Editorial: Parliament Is Back in the Brexit Game

The British Supreme Court restored elected representatives to a process from which they had been foolishly excluded. Source: World