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 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 …

Scotland Yard: no further threats in UK expected

Scotland Yard: no further threats in UK expected

The London attacker acted alone, therefore, no further threats to the public are expected, the national lead for Counter Terrorism Policing and the Acting Deputy Commissioner, Mark Rowley, said. “It is still …

European Union turns 60 this week

European Union turns 60 this week

The biggest threat facing the EU is not collapse but paralysis as its institutions are in urgent need of reform

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 …

Two Russians charged with money laundering in UK

Two Russians charged with money laundering in UK

Two Russian nationals, Vugar Mollachiev, 37, and Abdurahman Bazaev, 48, have been charged with money laundering by detectives investigating a £2m computer malware attack on UK banks. They …

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 …

Second wind for Scottish independence

Second wind for Scottish independence

When in 2014 the majority of Scots voted to stay in the UK, it seemed that the supporters of Scotland's independence failed, and their recover will not be soon.

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 …

British Parliament: 2018 World Cup to help enhance Russian-UK relations

British Parliament: 2018 World Cup to help enhance Russian-UK relations

The Foreign Affairs Committee of the UK’s House of Commons urged the British authorities to use the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia to enhance and repair the wider relationship between the UK and Russia. "The Foreign and …

The riddle of Europe#039s election season

The riddle of Europe's election season

As this European election season begins, no-one yet knows what the Trump effect will be on Europe

EU split over pace of reform as crisis bites

EU split over pace of reform as crisis bites

The UK's vote to leave the EU came as a seismic shock to most MEPs

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 …

Boris Johnson: London to keep pushing on Russia

Boris Johnson: London to keep pushing on Russia

The United Kingdom will keep pushing for the preservation of the anti-Russia sanctions, the country's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said. "The UK will be insisting that there is no case for relaxation of the …

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 …

 EU leaders to discuss future of union without Britain

EU leaders to discuss future of union without Britain

Migration and life after Brexit will dominate discussions as EU leaders meet in the Maltese capital of Valletta today. The informal summit in Malta, hosted by the Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and chaired by …

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

British Foundation for Study of Azerbaijan and Caucasus presented in London

British Foundation for Study of Azerbaijan and Caucasus presented in London

London hosted the official presentation of the British Foundation for the Study of Azerbaijan and the Caucasus (www.bfsac.org.uk), established on September 27, 2016, where the British and Azerbaijani public was told about the directions of …

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

Britain sends warship to Black Sea

Britain sends warship to Black Sea

HMS Diamond Destroyer is due to set sail packed with the latest anti-aircraft missiles bound for the shores of Ukraine. The Type 45 will help protect the 650 British troops who are involved in top secret exercises in Ukraine. …

Europe relies on the U.S. more than it wants to admit

Europe relies on the U.S. more than it wants to admit

Who has Europe's fate in hands?

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

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 …

Britain wants to maintain Iran nuclear deal

Britain wants to maintain Iran nuclear deal

British foreign minister Boris Johnson said that the Iran nuclear accord that US President-elect Donald Trump has threatened to tear up must be maintained. As he went into an EU foreign ministers …

10 Reasons Trump Won#039t Lead A Nuclear Renaissance

10 Reasons Trump Won't Lead A Nuclear Renaissance

His administration may have a hard time finding private partners for nuclear projects

Five key events for Europe in 2017 through Brexit

Five key events for Europe in 2017 through Brexit

If we thought 2016 was hard, next year could be even tougher

Europe’s deepening economic divide will eventually rip the euro apart

Europe’s deepening economic divide will eventually rip the euro apart

Germany’s road to economic success has been at the expense of other European country’s economic failure

George Michael dies at 53

George Michael dies at 53

Singer George Michael has died at his home at the age of 53. …

 Azerbaijani young football players to visit Manchester

Azerbaijani young football players to visit Manchester

The Bakcell Mobile Operator and the Association of Football Federations of Azerbaijan (AFFA) have organized a meeting with the winners of the 'Manchester United' 4th Summer Soccer School. Five children, who have demonstrated the …

European Populism in the Age of Donald Trump

European Populism in the Age of Donald Trump

A populist groundswell, newly bolstered by the Italian referendum's results, has found a voice in parties on both ends of the political spectrum

Syrian bitumen discovered in ancient Anglo-Saxon grave

Syrian bitumen discovered in ancient Anglo-Saxon grave

Analysis of black organic fragments found in the Sutton Hoo boat burial has revealed they are bitumen from Syria. Sutton Hoo in East Anglia is one of the most important archaeological sites in England. The weapons, clothing and …