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Manchester Arena attack: All-too-familiar scenes

Manchester Arena attack: All-too-familiar scenes

They underscore Europe's vulnerability to acts of terror

Theresa May: further attack may be imminent

Theresa May: further attack may be imminent

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has raised the UK terror threat level to critical - meaning an attack is expected imminently - after 22 people died and 59 were injured by a suicide bomber in Manchester. The prime minister …

Putin condemns #039cynical and inhuman#039 terror attack in Manchester

Putin condemns 'cynical and inhuman' terror attack in Manchester

Russian President Vladimir Putin has expressed deep condolences to UK Prime Minister Theresa May over the deadly terror attack at the Manchester Arena, the Kremlin press service said. "We strongly …

Macron calls Trump, Merkel, Erdogan

Macron calls Trump, Merkel, Erdogan

A day after winning the elections, new French President Emmanuel Macron called leaders of five countries. He called US President Donald Trump, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Turkish …

British PM discuss early election with Trump and Merkel

British PM discuss early election with Trump and Merkel

British Prime Minister Theresa May called US President Donald Trump, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other European leaders after the announcement of an early election on June 8, a spokesman …

Snap UK general election to be held on June 8

Snap UK general election to be held on June 8

British prime minister Theresa May has called an early general election for June 8, despite repeatedly claiming that she was against the idea of an early vote. In a surprise statement outside Downing Street on …

Britain officially triggers Article 50 to leave EU

Britain officially triggers Article 50 to leave EU

The UK has formally handed in its notice to the European Union. British EU envoy Tim Barrow delivered a letter by hand to the European Council this afternoon, triggering Article 50 which starts the formal divorce process …

Russia - UK: big game is on

Russia - UK: big game is on

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Both see themselves as Autonomous centers of power, gravitating to different geopolitical projects

Erdogan calls UK#039s PM May to offer condolences for London attack victims

Erdogan calls UK's PM May to offer condolences for London attack victims

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan called UK's Prime Minister Theresa May Thursday to express condolences over the London terror attack and stressed that the two countries are partners in the fight …

 ISIL claims responsibility for London attack - media

ISIL claims responsibility for London attack - media

ISIS has claimed that the terrorist who launched Wednesday’s deadly attack at London parliament was a "soldier" of the terror group, Amaq reported. Just two hours after British Prime Minister Theresa …

Putin on London terror attack: we need to unify efforts against terrorism

Putin on London terror attack: we need to unify efforts against terrorism

Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed condolences to UK Prime Minister Theresa May over the terrorist attacks in London. "The forces of terror are more insidious and cynical. It is evident …

Brexit to begin on 29 March

Brexit to begin on 29 March

Britain's government will begin the process of leaving the European Union on March 29, the UK’s permanent representative to the European Union, Sir Tim Barrow, notified the EU on Monday morning that a letter should be …

Ankara’s role in global stability

Ankara’s role in global stability

The early 21st century has been marked by the rise of new players who are increasingly demonstrating their independent capacity to affect politics around the globe. Turkey has become a formidable growth zone that has attracted the attention …

British PM congratulates 5th Global Baku Forum participants

British PM congratulates 5th Global Baku Forum participants

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May congratulated to the participants of the Fifth Global Baku Forum, which kicked off in Baku today, the correspondent of Vestnik Kavkaza reports. The message was read out at the …

UK minister tells lawmakers not to delay Brexit

UK minister tells lawmakers not to delay Brexit

Britain's top minister for leaving the European Union said Sunday that lawmakers should let Prime Minister Theresa May "get on with the job" of quitting the bloc, and the main opposition Brexit spokesman said he …

British fleet of attack submarines #039out of action#039

British fleet of attack submarines 'out of action'

The Royal Navy’s fleet of attack submarines are all currently out of action, the Sun reports. Britain’s seven ‘hunter-killer’ vessels are understood to be ‘non-operational’ as they undergo repairs and …

Netanyahu to discuss Iranian threat with May and Trump

Netanyahu to discuss Iranian threat with May and Trump

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will discuss the Iran nuclear deal with Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May and the US President Donald Trump during his visits to London and …

Turkey is finding itself a place in the new world

Turkey is finding itself a place in the new world

Whilr the U.S. and Britain are cooking up their new alliance, they are also saving a slot for Turkey

EU nations express alarm after Trump closes door on refugees

EU nations express alarm after Trump closes door on refugees

Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen are in the blacklist

Theresa May follows the precepts of Ataturk

Theresa May follows the precepts of Ataturk

British PM turns to Turkey for trade talks

Turkey, UK ink jet deal, flag more trade

Turkey, UK ink jet deal, flag more trade

British Prime Minister Theresa May has signed a $US125 million ($A165 million) fighter jet deal with Turkey and briefly cautioned Ankara on human rights following last year's failed coup, in a visit squarely aimed at boosting trade between …

Trump refugee ban no solution, Turkey says

Trump refugee ban no solution, Turkey says

President Donald Trump's sweeping ban on people seeking refuge in the United States is no solution to problems, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says, adding that Western countries should do more to help ease Turkey's refugee …

Turkey’s Erdoğan, British PM discuss boosting trade relations, Syria, Cyprus in Ankara

Turkey’s Erdoğan, British PM discuss boosting trade relations, Syria, Cyprus in Ankara

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan hosted British Prime Minister Theresa May inAnkara on Jan. 28 in the latter’s first visit to Turkey after she took office and the two leaders discussed a variety of issues extending from …

Turkey threatens migrant deal with EU after Greece blocks coup case

Turkey threatens migrant deal with EU after Greece blocks coup case

Foreign minister says Turkey will reassess EU agreement due to Greece's 'political decision' to block extradition of eight Turkish soldiers

Trump on lifting anti-Russian sanctions: it#039s too early

Trump on lifting anti-Russian sanctions: it's too early

At the moment it's still too early to talk about lifting of sanctions against Russia, US President Donald Trump said at a joint press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May. …

Boris Johnson signals shift in UK policy on Syria#039s Assad

Boris Johnson signals shift in UK policy on Syria's Assad

The UK accepts that Bashar al-Assad should be allowed to run for re-election in the event of a peace settlement in Syria, Boris Johnson has said, in a dramatic reversal of the British policy stretching …

Donald Trump Gives Some in Europe the Jitters

Donald Trump Gives Some in Europe the Jitters

European leaders have alternately welcomed and condemned remarks made by President-elect

 ‘Responsive and Responsible Leadership’ in Davos

‘Responsive and Responsible Leadership’ in Davos

World Economic Forum starts today

Davos 2017 to discuss #039Responsive and responsible leadership#039

Davos 2017 to discuss 'Responsive and responsible leadership'

The 47th World Economic Forum, which annually brings together leading representatives of political and business elites, will open in the Swiss ski resort of Davos today. About 50 heads of state and government, including the British Prime …

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