{FD} Prince William, Kate to visit Nazi camp on Poland trip

Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate will visit a World War II Nazi German concentration camp and tour the picturesque city of Gdansk in northern Poland on the second day of a goodwill trip aimed at underscoring Britain's intention to maintain friendly relations with the European Union after it leaves the bloc.

{FD} American Querrey stuns defending champ Murray at Wimbledon

Limping between points and fading down the stretch, defending champion Andy Murray was stunned by 24th-seeded Sam Querrey of the U.S. 3-6, 6-4, 6-7 (4), 6-1, 6-1 in the Wimbledon quarterfinals Wednesday.

{FD} Credit agency warns of ‘considerable’ risks to UK economy

Credit ratings agency Standard & Poor's has warned that economic growth in Britain will slow sharply over the coming couple of years and that uncertainties related to the country's exit from the European Union raise further "considerable downside risks" to its already gloomy forecast.

{FD} UK, Australian leaders visit site of Borough Market attack

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Britain's Theresa May have visited London's Borough Market, site of an attack last month that killed eight people, two of them Australians.

{FD} Trump says he had a ‘tremendous meeting’ with Putin

President Donald Trump will meet with a long list of world leaders Saturday as he wraps up his second trip abroad.

Qatar crisis raises questions about defining terrorism

A diplomatic standoff between Qatar and other Arab nations that accuse it of sponsoring terrorism has turned a spotlight on an opaque network of charities and prominent figures freely operating in the tiny Gulf country.

{FD} First treaty banning nuclear weapons expected to be adopted

More than 120 countries are expected to adopt the first-ever treaty to ban atomic weapons Friday despite a boycott by all nuclear-armed nations, including the United States, which has pointed to North Korea's escalating nuclear and ballistic missile programs.

{FD} Major Swedish musical festival cancelled after sex assaults rekindles fears of migrants, anger at police

The decision by organizers of a major Swedish musical festival to cancel it next year because of sexual assaults at the event has intensified debates about whether the government has not acted more forcefully to avoid an anti-immigrant backlash.

{FD} UK PM’s office scotches rumors of imminent Trump visit

The British government says there are currently no plans for Donald Trump to visit in the coming weeks, after reports the U.S. president is planning a flying visit to the U.K. British media have reported that Trump might stop at his Turnberry golf course in Scotland after attending a G-20 summit in Germany this week, and before he goes to Bastille Day celebrations in France on July 14.

{FD} WIMBLEDON ’17: Still without full strength, Kvitova favored

Petra Kvitova still has not regained full strength in her left hand, the one she uses to swing a tennis racket so well that she won Wimbledon twice — and the one that was stabbed by an intruder at her home in the Czech Republic late last year.

{FD} The Latest: UK lawmakers pass May government’s 2-year agenda

The Latest on British Prime Minister Theresa May's weakened Conservative government: (all times local): 5:50 p.m. Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative minority government has secured lawmakers' backing for its legislative plans, but only after making a last-minute concession on abortion funding to stave off defeat.