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Brexit - the view from the US
Joe Biden says the "special relationship" will continue while Donald Trump sees "parallels between the US and UK".
Turkey announces fresh round of EU talks
Recep Tayyip Erdogan says if talks do not proceed according to plan, Turkey may hold its own referendum on EU membership.
Cardinal Pietro Parolin on immigration and the conflict in Ukraine
Sergio Cantone talks with the Secretary of State of the Vatican on immigration in Europe and the conflict in Ukraine.
EU extends sanctions against Russia for another six months
EU economic sanctions against Russia are to remain in place for another six months.
EU sanctions against Russia likely to be renewed
EU sanctions against Russia, which were due to expire in a few weeks, now look set to continue According to diplomatic sources who spoke to AFP, the European Union could renew sanctions for another si
Russia says Savchenko exchange deal was not linked to Minsk accords
The handover of Nadiya Savchenko in return for two Russian prisoners who were flown back to Moscow was cast as a humanitarian gesture by Vladimir…
Leaders 'influenced Putin' over Savchenko release, say Ukraine pilot's lawyers
Lawyers for Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko, who was freed in Russia and brought home to Kyiv on Wednesday, have said they were not informed in advance about the prisoner exchange with two Russians w
India rules second Italian marine accused of fishermen murder can go home
An Italian marine, one of two being investigated by India over the killing of two fishermen, is being allowed to go home while international arbitration…
Russia-Hungary meeting ahead of EU sanctions decision
Budapest has reiterated its resistance to an automatic extension of EU sanctions on Russia.
Russians jailed in Ukraine return to Moscow in Savchenko exchange deal
In contrast to the rapturous scenes in Kyiv amid the return of freed Ukrainian servicewoman Nadiya Savchenko, it was a private welcome at Moscow’s Vnukovo airport for the two Russians freed by…
Hero's welcome for Ukraine pilot Nadiya Savchenko after Russia prisoner swap
Ukrainian military pilot Nadiya Savchenko arrived home to scenes of jubilation on Wednesday after her release by Russia in a prisoner swap and she promptly offered to fight again for Kyiv in its confl
Obama promises cooperation on Okinawa investigation
US President Barack Obama has touched down in Japan, the last leg of his Asian tour ahead of the G7 summit.
No apology at Hiroshima says President Obama on visit to the city devastated by US atom bomb
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will will meet US President Barack Obama before hosting this week's Group of Seven summit.
Spain's ex-PM Zapatero calls for national dialogue to ease Venezuela's political crisis
Spain’s former Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero has called for national dialogue in Venezuela in effort to mediate in the country’s spiralling political…
Key Chinese official pledges to listen to Hong Kong
Zhang Dejiang is the highest-ranking leader to visit the former British colony since democracy protests broke out in 2014.
Israel hopes to normalise ties with Turkey soon, say officials
Israeli officials say efforts to restore full diplomatic ties with Turkey must now wait until a new government is formed in Ankara. Relations were
Europe responds to Syria's spiralling crisis
In Berlin, the German and French foreign ministers are meeting UN envoy Staffan de Mistura and Riad Hijab from the Syrian opposition.
Turkey to abolish visas for Greek Cypriots
Greek Cypriots will no longer require visas to visit Turkey under a new deal agreed between the EU and Ankara. The move is be part of a wider
Palestinians condemn Eurovision Song Contest for flag ban
Palestinian leaders have condemned the Eurovision Song Contest for its decision to prevent their flag from being flown during the annual event later
Eurasian Media Forum: political tactics, oil prices and diplomacy
The do’s and dont’s of political survival were set out by Jack Straw, former UK Foreign Secretary at the Eurasian Media Forum in Kazakhstan.