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'Friends' group backs Yemen economic development

Nations concerned about the growing strength of al-Qaida and other Islamic extremists in Yemen called Friday for economic, social and political reforms to stabilize the country. Full story

T&C party abandons reform talks with Britian

A political boss in the Turks and Caicos Islands said Wednesday that his party is abandoning reform talks with British officials until a guaranteed date is set for an election restoring self rule. Full story

Climate change fears spark ‘new nuclear age’

Nuclear power — long considered environmentally hazardous — is emerging as perhaps the world's most unlikely weapon against climate change. Full story

Boyle sings ‘Cry Me A River’

   Nov. 23: Singer Susan Boyle, who gained fame on “Britain’s Got Talent,” performs “Cry Me a River” on Rockefeller Plaza.

Susan Boyle’s ‘I Dreamed a Dream’

   Nov. 23: Susan Boyle, who became a global phenomenon after her audition on “Britain’s Got Talent,” performs the song that made her famous, “I Dreamed a Dream.”

Susan Boyle's CD tops charts

   Nov. 22: Singer Susan Boyle, who won over the public with her performance on "Britain's Got Talent," is turning her TV and Internet success into album sales. NBC's Stephanie Gosk reports.

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Britain sees record rain, 'biblical' flooding

Millions of U.K. customers’ phone records sold

Report: Extremists recruiting in British jails

Apology for kids sent from Britain to colonies

Storm lashes south Britain with strong winds

Brown sees 5,000 more NATO Afghan troops

Afghan vows to keep out corrupt officials

Move over New York, London is the new No. 1

UK banking shake-up: 100s of branches for sale


  Raging floods engulf northern England

Nov. 21: Floodwaters engulfed northern England following the heaviest rainfall ever recorded in Britain. ITV's Stephen Douglas reports.

  Boyle sets pre-order record

Nov. 19: Courtney Hazlett talks with MSNBC's Alex Witt about anticipation for Susan Boyle's new CD. The “Britain's Got Talent” star set a record for pre-sales on

  ‘Pirate Radio’: Nov. 13

Philip Seymour Hoffman stars as an American deejay who helps start an illegal radio station off the coast of Britain in the 1960s.

  UK tightens mortgage rules

Oct. 19: Britain's financial officials say borrowers will face stringent tests to determine whether they can afford mortgages. A major part of the plan no longer allows self certification and calls for greater scrutiny of  borrowers finances. ITV's Salma Siraj reports.

  SIDS tied to sleeping with parents

Oct. 14: Researchers in Britain say sleeping in a bed with an infant is a major factor in SIDS deaths. TODAY’s Natalie Morales reports.

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