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Angela Merkel threatens to restrict EU single market access unless Theresa May accepts free movement

Angela Merkel threatens to restrict EU single market access unless Theresa May accepts free movement

Chancellor defends four key freedoms of the European Union

EU citizens want more social equality, but not more Europe

EU citizens want more social equality, but not more Europe

Europeans are more concerned about the consequences of the economic crisis than anything else

Iraqi air force drops four million letters in Mosul providing hope to civilians

Iraqi air force drops four million letters in Mosul providing hope to civilians

The Iraqi Air Force on Thursday air dropped four million letters to the long-suffering residents of Mosul, to encourage and support them while they await liberation from ISIS, as the operation to take Mosul enters its second month, the …

UK Foreign Secretary summons Russian, Iranian ambassadors over Aleppo situation

UK Foreign Secretary summons Russian, Iranian ambassadors over Aleppo situation

UK Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Boris Johnson summoned Russian and Iranian ambassadors to discuss the situation in the Syrian city of Aleppo, Johnson said Thursday, Sputnik reports. "I have just summoned …

Russian strength or weakness of the West?

Russian strength or weakness of the West?

Discussions about the global Russian influence are exaggerated, even if they might flattering Russia

British military intelligence doc calls Russian T-14 Armata tank ‘most revolutionary tank’

British military intelligence doc calls Russian T-14 Armata tank ‘most revolutionary tank’

Russia’s new T-14 Armata tank represents "the most revolutionary step change in tank design in the last half century," says a leaked report of the British military intelligence obtained by The Sunday Telegraph newspaper in London, …

London wants to control flow of migrants from the EU

London wants to control flow of migrants from the EU

Merkel: It's the end of Europe if 'I start making concessions on the freedom of movement'

Is Germany becoming the new sick man of Europe?

Is Germany becoming the new sick man of Europe?

Over the last 14 years, we’ve witnessed a steady decline in standards in Europe’s powerhouse

Moscow accuses Washington and London in militarization

Moscow accuses Washington and London in militarization

US and Britain threatening world peace with militarisation of Europe, Russia believes

UK FM: Russia guilty of prolonging war in Syria

UK FM: Russia guilty of prolonging war in Syria

Russia is guilty of prolonging the war in Syria, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said in an interview aired on Sunday, Al-Arabiya reports. “(Russia) are guilty of protracting this war and making it …

EU and US urge Syrian opposition groups to stop cooperation with Jabhat al-Nusra

EU and US urge Syrian opposition groups to stop cooperation with Jabhat al-Nusra

Following the meeting on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, Foreign Ministers of the EU countries, as well as the head of European diplomacy Federica Mogherini and the US Secretary of State John Kerry have …

Thousand of pro-refugees protest in London

Thousand of pro-refugees protest in London

Around 20,000 pro-refugee demonstrators took to the streets on London on Saturday, according to police, to call on Prime Minister Theresa May to do more to tackle the migrant crisis. Protesters marched down the affluent Park Lane and …

British embassy in Turkey to close Friday over security concerns

British embassy in Turkey to close Friday over security concerns

The British embassy in the Turkish capital Ankara will be closed on Friday over security concerns, it said, after a spate of attacks that have left Turkey on edge, Ahram Online reports. "The British Embassy in Ankara will be …

UK sees Syria#039s future without Assad

UK sees Syria's future without Assad

British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said today that Geneva talks on Syria must move towards building a future of the country without President Bashar Assad. "Truce in Syria is great news, but …

British Red Cross and Iran Red Crescent extend cooperation

British Red Cross and Iran Red Crescent extend cooperation

Mike Adamson the Chief Executive of the British Red Cross who is visiting Iran met with Nasser Charkhsaz, the Head of Relief and Rescue Organization of the Iranian Red Crescent Society (IRCS), Mehr …

Dmitry Piskulov: G20 summit can help to achieve global economic growth, but it should not be overestimatedppp

Dmitry Piskulov: "G20 summit can help to achieve global economic growth, but it should not be overestimatedppp"

The chairman of the National Currency Association on the G20 meeting

UK appoints first ambassador to Iran in five years

UK appoints first ambassador to Iran in five years

The UK has appointed an ambassador to Iran for the first time since 2011, as part of its aims for "more productive co-operation". The Foreign Office announcement comes one year after the reopening of the British Embassy in …

Turkish, US defense ministers to meet in September

Turkish, US defense ministers to meet in September

Turkey’s Defense Minister Fikri Isik will meet with the US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter on September 7-8, Trend reported citing Hurriyet newspaper. The …

UK exit from EU could be delayed until 2019

UK exit from EU could be delayed until 2019

The United Kingdom could remain a member of the European Union until 2019 despite the recent Brexit referendum results, Sputnik reported citing media. According to the Sunday Times citing sources in the City of London, …

Leyla Aliyeva attends presentation of Har Hazeitim Committee in London

Leyla Aliyeva attends presentation of Har Hazeitim Committee in London

The House of Commons of the British Parliament has hosted a presentation ceremony of the International Committee for the Preservation of Har Hazeitim (ICPHH) historical cemetery and venue. Vice-President of the Heydar Aliyev …

World leaders express support for Turkey

World leaders express support for Turkey

World leaders have expressed support for Turkey and its democratic institutions today, after government of the country prevented a …

British officials believe Boris Johnson will seek “constructive relationship” with Russia

British officials believe Boris Johnson will seek “constructive relationship” with Russia

New British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday appointed key Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson as British Foreign Secretary and Russian officials have reacted to the news with optimism, hoping that the new …

Former London mayor Boris Johnson named U.K. foreign secretary

Former London mayor Boris Johnson named U.K. foreign secretary

Boris Johnson, who led the successful campaign to get Britain out of the European Union, was appointed foreign secretary by new Prime Minister Theresa May, two weeks after she mocked his negotiating skills. …

Theresa May appointed UK#039s second female Prime Minister

Theresa May appointed UK's second female Prime Minister

Theresa May has been appointed the UK's second female Prime Minister in a private audience with the Queen at which she was invited to form a Government. Mrs May's elevation to the country's most senior …

UK Queen Elizabeth II accepts Cameron’s resignation

UK Queen Elizabeth II accepts Cameron’s resignation

British Queen Elizabeth II has accepted the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron who filed a relevant request earlier Wednesday.  Cameron has already left the Buckingham Palace.  …

UN Security Council does not like Russian idea on Iran

UN Security Council does not like Russian idea on Iran

Russia's proposal for the development of the application forms for a potential supply of arms to Iran was blocked today by the UN Security Council. According to the diplomatic sources, Russia offered …

David Cameron chairs last cabinet meeting as PM

David Cameron chairs last cabinet meeting as PM

David Cameron chaired his last cabinet meeting as Britain's prime minister Tuesday, a day before he will leave the role. Cameron had announced he would step down by October after Britain voted to …

UK government rejects petition for second Brexit referendum

UK government rejects petition for second Brexit referendum

The UK Prime Minister David Cameron has formally rejected a second Brexit referendum despite an official petition which received more than 4.1 million signatures.  Normally when a petition on parliament's …

US: Brexit to bring Russia and EU together

US: Brexit to bring Russia and EU together

Britain leaving the European Union will be a serious test of the EU's unity, and may affect the position of the West in relation to Russia, calling the extension of the anti-Russian sanctions in January 2017 into question, the experts of the US company Stratfor said. According to the experts, a single EU front on the issue of anti-Russian sanctions has cracked even before the Brexit vote. At the same time they pointed out that some Russia-friendly countries, including Italy, Greece, and Hungary, called for greater discussion on extending sanctions against Russia. "Of course, the pro-Russia sentiment has not sufficed to break the EU unanimity in an actual vote. Nonetheless, it reveals growing uncertainty over the future of the sanctions – regardless of whether Moscow complies with the Continent's demands to implement the Minsk accords," Stratfor experts noted.

Thousands of people on protest against  Brexit

Thousands of people on protest against Brexit

A protest against Brexit named ‘March for Europe’  has collected several thousand participants in the center of London. The event was organized in the social networks. The inscriptions on …