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Michelle Obama Photos: President And Mrs. Obama Host Official Visit Of UK Prime Minister Cameron

Michelle Obama Photo - President And Mrs. Obama Host Official Visit Of UK Prime Minister Cameron

After ISIS Beheading Video, UK's Cameron Cancels Vacation, Obama Returns to His Vacation

After ISIS Beheading Video, UK’s Prime Minister Cameron Cancels Vacation, Obama Returns to His Vacation

Barack Obama and David Cameron Photos Photos: President And Mrs. Obama Host Official Visit Of UK Prime Minister Cameron

Barack Obama David Cameron Photos: President And Mrs. Obama Host Official Visit Of UK Prime Minister Cameron

June 5, 2015 — Pictures of the Day

Balloons depicting the faces of leaders participating in the summit meeting of the Group of 7 in Munich. From left, the balloons show Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan, President Francois Hollande of France, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi of Italy, Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, Prime Minister Stephen Harper of Canada, Prime Minister David Cameron of Britain and President Obama.

Anna Wintour Photos Photos: Guests Arrive For White House State Dinner For UK Prime Minister Cameron

Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine (R), arrives with Shelby Bryan for a State Dinner in honor of British Prime Minister David Cameron at the White House on March 14, 2012 in Washington, DC. Sip With Socialites http://sipwithsocialites.com/

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Theresa May Becomes Prime Minister, In Pictures

David Cameron has stepped down after six years in power, the former home secretary Theresa May has become Britain's second female prime minister.

Russian plane crash: Egypt travel reeling from bomb theory

A plane crashed in Egypt earlier this week. British Prime Minister David Cameron said the crash was "more likely than not" caused by a bomb. Officials suspect that the terror group ISIS was behind the bombing. The plane took off from Sharm el-Sheikh, a popular holiday resort in Egypt. And now the UK government has barred airlines from taking passengers there. This is a major problem for the 9,000 travelers still in Sharm el-Sheikh. These events could prove disastrous for Egypt's tourism.

Theresa May will be Britain's next prime minister

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U.K. Voters Back Brexit, Will Leave European Union

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