British regional airline Flybe crashes into bankruptcy.
Two British nationals who were lost in Sihanoukville are found unharmed.
Hundreds of people are still searching for Amelia Bambridge.
Search continues for a 21-year-old British woman who went missing last week.
Four British men were arrested in Australia and New Zealand in an international drugs sting that netted a record haul of potent MDMA, Australian police said Wednesday.
Phnom Penh Court sentences a British paedophile to a year and three months in jail.
Theresa May failed to sway hardline opponents of her European Union divorce deal on Wednesday with an offer to quit.
British voters now know far more about Brexit and its possible consequences than they did at the time of the 2016 referendum.
Prime Minister Theresa May won a two week reprieve on Wednesday from British MPs, who postponed a threatened rebellion aimed at blocking a no-deal Brexit after she agreed to a possible delay to Britain’s departure from the EU.
Although it should not be exaggerated, a persistent British naval presence in Southeast Asia should be expected now that commitments to Iraq and Afghanistan have reduced, argues Geoffrey Till.
Court sentences a foreign couple over the sexual abuse of four Vietnamese girls.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court tries a British and his Vietnamese wife for allegedly forcing four minors to have sex with the husband.
From a copy of his PhD thesis to his wheelchair, items belonging to Stephen Hawking are headed for auction, offering fans of the late British physicist famed for his work exploring the origins of the universe a chance to buy some of his possessions.
A popular British drama will feature an all-female cast and crew, which its producer says is the first time that women have taken over a TV soap both on and off screen.
Since its official establishment in 1945, the United Nations has taken actions on issues confronting humanity – peace, security, development, human rights, terrorism, governance and more.
Operations by Japanese and British warships to assert freedom of navigation rights in the South China Sea have been criticized by Beijing as destabilizing and provocative.
It’s not over until the fat lady sings, but for many emerging bands in the British music industry,
a no-deal Brexit could be a career-ending moment.
A 95-year-old British veteran of World War Two broke his own record on Saturday as the world’s oldest scuba diver after taking the plunge to explore a shipwreck off Cyprus.
Battambang Court charges a motodop with theft over the robbery of a British tourist, and also with drug trafficking.
Police are still investigating how the couple became to be victims of the nerve agent.
The first-ever European Fair, designed specifically to promote business connections between local and European companies, ends.
US forces and British divers arrive in Thailand to rescue 12 schoolboys trapped in cave.
Two British men are removed from a train travelling to the Russian city of Volgograd for the World Cup.
British lifestyle brand Superdry continues its global expansion with the opening of a brand new store in Aeon Mall Sensok City, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. This is a first for the fashion brand who, up until now, have not had a presence in this particular territory.
British manufacturers abandon one of their government post-Brexit customs proposals.
Hundreds of women’s rights activist rally to put pressure on British PM to reform Northern Ireland’s highly restrictive abortion rules.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will urge US President Donald Trump to avoid protesters in central London during his July UK visit and instead meet her at her country residence.
Verma hopes a new European law designed to give people more control over data.
British royalty has been able to play the dignified and traditional card for decades. Is Meghan Markle, who married Prince Harry this weekend, set to change that? John Lloyd comments.
Manchester United thanks well wishers for their support for legendary Alex Ferguson.